mathematical

Pronunciation Adjective

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Pronunciation Adjective

**mathematical**

- Of, or relating to mathematics
*a***mathematical**problem**1897**, Thomas Hardy,*The Well-Beloved*- […] he looked up the uninteresting left road to the fortifications. It was new, long, white, regular, tapering to a vanishing point, like a lesson in perspective. […] Smaller and smaller she waned up the rigid
**mathematical**road, still gazing at the soldier aloft, as Pierston gazed at her. - Although Galileo had designed a pendulum clock, he never actually constructed one. The first pendulum clock was constructed by the Dutch physicist Christian Huygens (1629–1695) in 1657. He also developed the
**mathematical**theory of the pendulum. Newton also studied the motion of a pendulum and experimented with pendulums made of different materials and of different lengths.

- […] he looked up the uninteresting left road to the fortifications. It was new, long, white, regular, tapering to a vanishing point, like a lesson in perspective. […] Smaller and smaller she waned up the rigid

- Possible but highly improbable
*The team has a***mathematical**chance of being promoted, but they need to win the next seven matches.

- French: mathématique
- German: mathematisch
- Portuguese: matemático
- Russian: математи́ческий
- Spanish: matemático

- German: rechnerisch

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