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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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I shall develop the inevitability of the breakdown of the capitalist system, and I shall demonstrate mathematically why it must break down.
I have demonstrated to you mathematically the inevitable breakdown of the capitalist system.
In France there are some who maintain that, mathematically, a bird cannot possibly fly; and others who demonstrate theoretically that fishes were never made to live in water.
The discharge, mathematically calculated, would carry the projectile to the very center of the lunar disc.
All love is mathematically just, as much as the two sides of an algebraic equation.
Mathematically speaking the thing is possible; but humanly speaking it is impossible--or afterwards--or afterwards--"
If the thing is mathematically possible, why should it not be humanly
It is a proposition, mathematically demonstrable, that it costs the community more to arrest, convict, and confine its tramps in jail, than to send them as guests, for like periods of time, to the best hotel.
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.
I should like to make a proof, so to say, mathematically clear.
It's not mathematically gone yet, but nine points with five games left is a big ask.
Mourinho added: "I think it's still ve (in the title race), because the distance is still mathematically possible.

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