mathematically

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Etymology[edit]

mathematical +‎ -ly

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mathematically (comparative more mathematically, superlative most mathematically)

  1. According to or using mathematics.
    • 1938, Norman Lindsay, Age of Consent, Sydney: Ure Smith, published 1962, page 63:
      It was a figure quite out of key with that lonely landscape, for it wore a panama hat and a neat dark suit, cut to the order of present day dandyism, which required coats to be tight-waisted up to the armpits and trousers belted in that they might bulge out into extra wide mathematically squared bags.
    It is mathematically impossible to divide by zero.

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