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‘pressure is described mathematically as a force exerted over an area’
‘He works in subdued tones, organizing his compositions into mathematically calculated areas of muted color.’
‘Its application of mean-variance analysis showed mathematically how the risk of individual bonds and stocks make their contributions to risks.’
‘This geometrical property is true of any frontal perspective image, no matter how it be produced, whether mathematically, mechanically, or optically.’
‘Objects that are further from or closer to this eye-point are represented as smaller or larger, and this relationship is mathematically determined.’
‘Mathematically, whatever is subtracted from total product yields the amount available to other factors.’
‘It is possible to generate a surface geometry mathematically that will provide the exact degree of sound diffusion required.’
‘Hazard rate and failure-time metrics are mathematically equivalent, but the coefficients of a failure-time specification are read as effects on the duration until failure.’
‘The bands form a matrix for a mathematically calculated grid of deeply recessed and splayed bays, each containing windows of different sizes.’
‘Even the paintings' two sizes were determined mathematically: 1 or 2 meters square.’
‘Both are straightforward and easy to use, and although functions can be performed mathematically, they can just as easily be adjusted visually.’
1.1In a way that relates to mathematics.
‘to the mathematically inclined person, this book is an excellent introduction’
‘The theme of Delacroix as the systematic and mathematically harmonic colorist had first been sounded in his 1863 obituary.’
‘The senior management becomes increasingly dependent on middle managers, many of whom are mathematically highly skilled in their specialty.’
‘It varies from the mathematically bewildering to the blindingly obvious.’
‘The evolution of information science has been such as to bring a mathematically oriented person, like myself, ever closer to the center of interest.’
‘Mathematically trained persons recognize the logical validity of the induction argument, but they refuse to accept it as a guide to practical behavior.’
‘Only rocket scientists and the mathematically gifted can accurately do mental arithmetic that involves dividing or multiplying by 0.787564.’
‘She was his mathematically brilliant but too-depressed-to-work daughter.’
‘The authors of the abstract and mathematically witty inventions in ornamental sculpture were Jan van Roome and Loys van Boghem.’
‘These results, while mathematically significant, aren't cause for alarm.’
‘On the basis of a questionnaire, it is estimated that at least one third of them are not scientifically or mathematically literate.’
1.2In a rigorously precise manner characteristic of mathematics.
‘his description of detail is almost mathematically precise’
‘The authors painstakingly create mathematically decorated worlds that make sense referred unto themselves but with only a superficial connection to "reality."’
‘You meet a guy who understands almost mathematically what he needs to live an honorable life, then you think as I did, "Here is where I belong!"’
‘The narrator is a contented Number in the perfect OneState, whose citizens live and work their mathematically ordered 26th-century existences.’
‘He had shown mathematically that the doctrine of salvation maximized the future happiness of good men.’
‘In classic derivations, "faster" has been defined mathematically to mean "able to produce more surviving offspring per generation."’
‘The heart of this seeming paradox is that the concept "definable in English" is not mathematically precise.’
‘Actually, the situation isn't quite as mathematically complex as that.’
‘As a mathematician, I do have a good understanding of randomness, which is a mathematically precise concept.’
‘Professional mathematicians regard this "trick" as mathematically lightweight and of relatively little consequence.’
‘It was a matter of first recognizing a significant relationship, and then proving in a mathematically rigorous fashion precisely what that relationship is.’