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mathematical

(less commonly), mathematic
1. of, used in, or relating to mathematics
2. characterized by or using the precision of mathematics; exact
3. using, determined by, or in accordance with the principles of mathematics
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If the thing is mathematically possible, why should it not be humanly
I have demonstrated to you mathematically the inevitable breakdown of the capitalist system.
He tried to mathematically prove to himself that he would not run from a battle.
And over the top rail a horse looked drowsily on, ever and anon, at mathematically precise intervals, switching a lazy tail that flashed high lights in the sunshine.
Our action should rest mathematically on our substance.
For example, Figure 1 is mathematically inconsistent because ACB = 90[degrees] (right angle in semi-circle) since AB is the diameter, but the lengths of the three sides of ABC do not satisfy Pythagoras' Theorem (since [5.
Ageing is mathematically inevitable - like, seriously inevitable," said Professor Joanna Masel, from the University of Arizona.
The rulebook clearly states that either 10 races should have been completed or the result must have been mathematically without doubt and, while it's likely that Glasgow would have won, it wasn't mathematically certain.
9 per cent mathematically illiterate, according to Volunteer Commissioner Yiannakis Yiannaki.
THE camp of Vice President Jejomar Binay on Monday night said it is still mathematically possible for the opposition standard-bearer to catch up with and overtake Rodrigo Duterte who is leading the presidential race based on the partial and unofficial results of the 2016 elections.
But assistant boss Gallen says focus must be maintained until Wolves are mathematically safe or out of the play-off picture.
Special Secondary Schools for the Mathematically Talented: An International Panorama

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