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dicionario analógico

mathematically - algebraically - second power, square - develop - serialise, serialize - arithmetically - exponentially - presuppose, suppose - calculate, cipher, compute, cypher, figure, reckon, reckon up, work out - extract - deduct, deduct from, subtract, subtract from, take, take off - multiply - divide, fraction - approximate, assess, estimate, gauge, guess, judge, make, price - give - Fermat, Pierre de Fermat - Bernhard Riemann, Georg Friedrich Bernhard Riemann, Riemann - calculation, computation, computing - mathematical operation, mathematical process, operation - combination - division, long division - addition, plus, summation - exponentiation, involution - quadrature - imply - intimate, suggest - define, determine, fix, limit, set, specify - Boolean - adding machine, adding-machine, totaliser, totalizer - algebraic, algebraical - parametric - statistical - Napier's bones, Napier's rods - quipu - accuracy - asymmetry, dissymmetry, imbalance - lopsidedness, skewness - handedness, laterality - left-handedness, sinistrality - dextrality, right-handedness - logic, logical system, system of logic - distribution, statistical distribution - deduction, deductive reasoning, synthesis - illation, inference - syllogism - analog, analogy - factoring, factorisation, factorization - diagonalisation, diagonalization - digitalisation, digitisation, digitization - reductio, reductio ad absurdum - counterexample - formula, rule - algorithm, algorithmic program, algorithmic rule - sorting algorithm - recursion - quantity - value - operand - dependent variable - parameter, parametric quantity - lcm, least common multiple, lowest common multiple - amount, sum, total - series - power series - Fourier series - vector - cross product, vector product - dot product, inner product, scalar product - math, mathematics, maths - pure mathematics - spherical trigonometry - origin - abscissa, line segment - trig, trigonometry - algebra - linear algebra - calculus, infinitesimal calculus - Fourier analysis, harmonic analysis - differential calculus, method of fluxions - derivative, derived function, differential, differential coefficient, first derivative - integral calculus - calculus of variations - set theory - interval - group, mathematical group - group theory - Galois theory - Abelian group, commutative group - applied math, applied mathematics - linear programming - statistics - least squares, method of least squares - statistic - moment - arithmetic mean, expectation, expected value, first moment - geometric mean - harmonic mean - standard deviation - covariance - Gaussian distribution, normal distribution - Poisson distribution - regression analysis - linear regression, rectilinear regression - time series - Bernoulli distribution, binomial distribution - binomial theorem - probability theory, theory of probability - formal logic, mathematical logic, symbolic logic - Boolean algebra, Boolean logic - propositional calculus, propositional logic, sentential calculus - functional calculus, predicate calculus - deontic logic - epistemic logic - fuzzy logic - proof - mathematical proof - chemical equation, equation - linear equation - quadratic, quadratic equation - differential equation - partial differential equation - wave equation - paradox - expression, formula - condition, precondition, stipulation - provision, proviso - mathematical notation - number representation system, number system, numeration system, system of numeration - positional notation, positional representation system - sign - equals sign - decimal point, percentage point, point - log, logarithm - common logarithm - Napierian logarithm, natural logarithm - Lukasiewicz notation, Polish notation, prefix notation - postfix notation, reverse Polish notation, suffix notation - contradiction, contradiction in terms - subset - empty set, null set - mathematical space, topological space - metric space - Euclidean space, Euclidian space - Hilbert space - scalar field - row - column - arithmetic progression - geometric progression - mathematician - Boole, George Boole - Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, Leibnitz, Leibniz - John Napier, Napier - Isaac Newton, Newton, Sir Isaac Newton - Blaise Pascal, Pascal - John von Neumann, Neumann, von Neumann - absolute value, numerical value - number - constant - coefficient - absorptance, absorption coefficient, coefficient of absorption - coefficient of drag, drag coefficient - transmission, transmittance - prime number - no., ordinal, ordinal number - cardinal, cardinal number - base, radix - absolute frequency, frequency - natural number, nonnegative integer - integer, set, total, whole, whole number - complex number, complex quantity, imaginary, imaginary number - real, real number - rational, rational number - irrational, irrational number - transcendental number - algebraic number - square root - cube root - fraction - numerator - denominator - multiplier, multiplier factor - multiplicand - circulating decimal, recurring decimal, repeating decimal - continued fraction - half, one-half - fourth, fourth part, one-fourth, one-quarter, quarter, quartern, twenty-five percent - e - function, map, mapping, mathematical function, single-valued function - inverse function - affine transformation - operator - identity, identity element, identity operator - circular function, trigonometric function - sin, sine - cos, cosine - cosec, cosecant - exponential, exponential function - difference - conditional relation, implication, logical implication - plane, sheet[Domaine]

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