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# Synonyms and Antonyms of maths

### synonym (synonym of maths)

• (noun.cognition)
a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement (noun.cognition)

### hypernym (maths IS A KIND OF .... relation)

• a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement (noun.cognition)
a particular branch of scientific knowledge (noun.cognition)

### hyponym (.... IS A KIND OF maths relation)

• (noun.cognition)
the branches of mathematics that study and develop the principles of mathematics for their own sake rather than for their immediate usefulness (noun.cognition)

• (noun.cognition)
the branches of mathematics that are involved in the study of the physical or biological or sociological world (noun.cognition)

### derivation (.... is derived from maths)

• (noun.person)
a person skilled in mathematics (noun.person)

characterized by the exactness or precision of mathematics (adj.all)

### domain category (maths is domain category of ....)

• (noun.cognition)
a particular branch of scientific knowledge (noun.cognition)

### domain member category (.... is a member category of maths domain)

• (noun.act)
(mathematics) a miscalculation that results from rounding off numbers to a convenient number of decimals (noun.act)

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(mathematics) a miscalculation that results from cutting off a numerical calculation before it is finished (noun.act)

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(mathematics) calculation by mathematical methods (noun.act)

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(mathematics) the simplification of an expression or equation by eliminating radicals without changing the value of the expression or the roots of the more.. (noun.act)

• (noun.attribute)
the nature of a quantity or property or function that remains unchanged when a given transformation is applied to it (noun.attribute)

• (noun.attribute)
(mathematics) the number of significant figures given in a number (noun.attribute)

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(mathematics) an attribute of a shape or relation; exact reflection of form on opposite sides of a dividing line or plane (noun.attribute)

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(mathematics) a lack of symmetry (noun.attribute)

• (noun.cognition)
(mathematics) the resolution of an entity into factors such that when multiplied together they give the original entity (noun.cognition)

• (noun.cognition)
(mathematics) calculation of the value of a function outside the range of known values (noun.cognition)

• (noun.cognition)
(mathematics) calculation of the value of a function between the values already known (noun.cognition)

• (noun.cognition)
(mathematics) a standard procedure for solving a class of mathematical problems (noun.cognition)

• (noun.cognition)
(mathematics) an expression such that each term is generated by repeating a particular mathematical operation (noun.cognition)

• (noun.cognition)
a feature (quantity or property or function) that remains unchanged when a particular transformation is applied to it (noun.cognition)

• (noun.cognition)
a mathematical function that is the sum of a number of terms (noun.cognition)

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(mathematics) the sum of a finite or infinite sequence of expressions (noun.cognition)

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(mathematics) a variable that has zero as its limit (noun.cognition)

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(mathematics) a geometric pattern that is repeated at every scale and so cannot be represented by classical geometry (noun.cognition)

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the branch of pure mathematics dealing with the theory of numerical calculations (noun.cognition)

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the pure mathematics of points and lines and curves and surfaces (noun.cognition)

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the geometry of affine transformations (noun.cognition)

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(mathematics) geometry based on Euclid's axioms (noun.cognition)

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(mathematics) any of five axioms that are generally recognized as the basis for Euclidean geometry (noun.cognition)

• (noun.cognition)
(mathematics) the geometry of fractals (noun.cognition)

• (noun.cognition)
(mathematics) geometry based on axioms different from Euclid's (noun.cognition)

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(mathematics) a non-Euclidean geometry in which the parallel axiom is replaced by the assumption that through any point in a plane there are two or mo more.. (noun.cognition)

• (noun.cognition)
(mathematics) a non-Euclidean geometry that regards space as like a sphere and a line as like a great circle (noun.cognition)

• (noun.cognition)
(mathematics) the branch of mathematics that studies algorithms for approximating solutions to problems in the infinitesimal calculus (noun.cognition)

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(mathematics) the geometry of figures on the surface of a sphere (noun.cognition)

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(mathematics) the trigonometry of spherical triangles (noun.cognition)

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the use of algebra to study geometric properties; operates on symbols defined in a coordinate system (noun.cognition)

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the geometry of 2-dimensional figures (noun.cognition)

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the geometry of 3-dimensional space (noun.cognition)

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the geometry of properties that remain invariant under projection (noun.cognition)

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the mathematics of triangles and trigonometric functions (noun.cognition)

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the mathematics of generalized arithmetical operations (noun.cognition)

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a branch of algebra dealing with quadratic equations (noun.cognition)

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the part of algebra that deals with the theory of linear equations and linear transformation (noun.cognition)

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the part of algebra that deals with the theory of vectors and vector spaces (noun.cognition)

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the part of algebra that deals with the theory of matrices (noun.cognition)

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the branch of mathematics that is concerned with limits and with the differentiation and integration of functions (noun.cognition)

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a branch of mathematics involving calculus and the theory of limits; sequences and series and integration and differentiation (noun.cognition)

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the part of calculus that deals with the variation of a function with respect to changes in the independent variable (or variables) by means of the co more.. (noun.cognition)

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the part of calculus that deals with integration and its application in the solution of differential equations and in determining areas or volumes etc more.. (noun.cognition)

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the calculus of maxima and minima of definite integrals (noun.cognition)

• (noun.cognition)
the branch of pure mathematics that deals with the nature and relations of sets (noun.cognition)

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(mathematics) a subset (that is not empty) of a mathematical group (noun.cognition)

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the branch of mathematics dealing with groups (noun.cognition)

• (noun.cognition)
group theory applied to the solution of algebraic equations (noun.cognition)

• (noun.cognition)
the branch of pure mathematics that deals only with the properties of a figure X that hold for every figure into which X can be transformed with a one more.. (noun.cognition)

• (noun.cognition)
the logical analysis of mathematical reasoning (noun.cognition)

• (noun.cognition)
(mathematics) a quantity expressed as a sum or difference of two terms; a polynomial with two terms (noun.cognition)

• (noun.communication)
a formal series of statements showing that if one thing is true something else necessarily follows from it (noun.communication)

• (noun.communication)
a mathematical statement that two expressions are equal (noun.communication)

• (noun.communication)
a group of symbols that make a mathematical statement (noun.communication)

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a statement of a mathematical relation (noun.communication)

• (noun.communication)
(mathematics) a definition of a function from which values of the function can be calculated in a finite number of steps (noun.communication)

• (noun.communication)
(mathematics) a condition specified for the solution to a set of differential equations (noun.communication)

• (noun.group)
(mathematics) an abstract collection of numbers or symbols (noun.group)

• (noun.group)
(mathematics) the set of values of the independent variable for which a function is defined (noun.group)

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(mathematics) the set of values of the dependent variable for which a function is defined (noun.group)

• (noun.group)
(mathematics) the set that contains all the elements or objects involved in the problem under consideration (noun.group)

• (noun.group)
(mathematics) any set of points that satisfy a set of postulates of some kind (noun.group)

• (noun.group)
(mathematics) a set of elements such that addition and multiplication are commutative and associative and multiplication is distributive over addition more.. (noun.group)

• (noun.group)
(mathematics) a rectangular array of quantities or expressions set out by rows and columns; treated as a single element and manipulated according to r more.. (noun.group)

• (noun.group)
(mathematics) a set of entries in a square matrix running diagonally either from the upper left to lower right entry or running from the upper right t more.. (noun.group)

• (noun.group)
(mathematics) a progression in which a constant is added to each term in order to obtain the next term (noun.group)

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(mathematics) a progression in which each term is multiplied by a constant in order to obtain the next term (noun.group)

• (noun.group)
(mathematics) a progression of terms whose reciprocals form an arithmetic progression (noun.group)

• (noun.person)
a person skilled in mathematics (noun.person)

• (noun.quantity)
(mathematics) the number of elements in a set or group (considered as a property of that grouping) (noun.quantity)

• (noun.quantity)
(mathematics) a number of the form a+bi where a and b are real numbers and i is the square root of -1 (noun.quantity)

• (noun.quantity)
(mathematics) a quantity expressed as the root of another quantity (noun.quantity)

a relation between mathematical expressions (such as equality or inequality) (noun.linkdef)

(mathematics) a mathematical relation such that each element of a given set (the domain of the function) is associated with an element of another set more.. (noun.linkdef)

a function expressed as a sum or product of terms (noun.linkdef)

a function of a topological space that gives, for any two points in the space, a value equal to the distance between them (noun.linkdef)

(mathematics) a function that changes the position or direction of the axes of a coordinate system (noun.linkdef)

(mathematics) a transformation in which the direction of one axis is reversed (noun.linkdef)

(mathematics) a transformation in which the coordinate axes are rotated by a fixed angle about the origin (noun.linkdef)

(mathematics) a transformation in which the origin of the coordinate system is moved to another position but the direction of each axis remains the sa more.. (noun.linkdef)

(mathematics) a transformation that is a combination of single transformations such as translation or rotation or reflection on an axis (noun.linkdef)

(mathematics) a symbol or function representing a mathematical operation (noun.linkdef)

(mathematics) a relation between a pair of integers: if both integers are odd or both are even they have the same parity; if one is odd and the other more.. (noun.linkdef)

(logic and mathematics) a relation between three elements such that if it holds between the first and second and it also holds between the second and more.. (noun.linkdef)

(logic and mathematics) a relation such that it holds between an element and itself (noun.linkdef)

(mathematics) one of a pair of numbers whose sum is zero; the additive inverse of -5 is +5 (noun.linkdef)

(mathematics) one of a pair of numbers whose product is 1: the reciprocal of 2/3 is 3/2; the multiplicative inverse of 7 is 1/7 (noun.linkdef)

• (noun.shape)
(mathematics) an unbounded two-dimensional shape (noun.shape)

• (noun.shape)
(mathematics) the shortest line between two points on a mathematically defined surface (as a straight line on a plane or an arc of a great circle on a more.. (noun.shape)

• (noun.shape)
(mathematics) one of a set of parallel geometric figures (parallel lines or planes) (noun.shape)

• (noun.shape)
(mathematics) a number equal to or greater than any other number in a given set (noun.shape)

• (noun.shape)
(mathematics) a number equal to or less than any other number in a given set (noun.shape)

• (noun.shape)
(mathematics) a straight line extending from a point (noun.shape)

• (noun.state)
(mathematics) a contact of two curves (or two surfaces) at which they have a common tangent (noun.state)

• (verb.change)
expand in the form of a series (verb.change)

• (verb.change)
run or be performed again (verb.change)

• (verb.change)
exchange positions without a change in value (verb.change)

• (verb.change)
remove irrational quantities from (verb.change)

• (verb.change)
remove (an unknown variable) from two or more equations (verb.change)

• (verb.cognition)
make a mathematical calculation or computation (verb.cognition)

• (verb.cognition)
calculate the root of a number (verb.cognition)

• (verb.cognition)
estimate the value of (verb.cognition)

• (verb.cognition)
calculate a derivative; take the derivative (verb.cognition)

• (verb.cognition)
calculate the integral of; calculate by integration (verb.cognition)

• (verb.cognition)
prove formally; demonstrate by a mathematical, formal proof (verb.cognition)

• (verb.cognition)
approximate by ignoring all terms beyond a chosen one (verb.cognition)

• (verb.possession)
simplify the form of a mathematical equation of expression by substituting one term for another (verb.possession)

• (verb.stative)
approach a limit as the number of terms increases without limit (verb.stative)

• (verb.stative)
have no limits as a mathematical series (verb.stative)

• (verb.stative)
have at least three points in common with (verb.stative)

unchanged in value following multiplication by itself (adj.all)

relating to the combination and arrangement of elements in sets (adj.all)

of a function or curve; extending without break or irregularity (adj.all)

of a function or curve; possessing one or more discontinuities (adj.all)

(of a binary operation) independent of order; as in e.g. (adj.all)

similar in nature or effect or relation to another quantity (adj.all)

opposite in nature or effect or relation to another quantity (adj.all)

can be divided usually without leaving a remainder (adj.all)

cannot be divided without leaving a remainder (adj.all)

characterized by the exactness or precision of mathematics (adj.all)

(mathematics) expressed to the nearest integer, ten, hundred, or thousand (adj.all)

expressible in symbolic form (adj.all)

designating or involving an equation whose terms are of the first degree (adj.all)

designating or involving an equation whose terms are not of the first degree (adj.all)

of a sequence or function; consistently increasing and never decreasing or consistently decreasing and never increasing in value (adj.all)

(set theory) of an interval that contains neither of its endpoints (adj.all)

(set theory) of an interval that contains both its endpoints (adj.all)

either positive or zero (adj.all)

greater than zero (adj.all)

less than zero (adj.all)

having no elements in common (adj.all)

such that the terms of an expression cannot be interchanged without changing the meaning (adj.all)

(mathematics) of or pertaining to the geometry of affine transformations (adj.pert)

using or subjected to a methodology using algebra and calculus (adj.pert)

capable of being transformed into a diagonal matrix (adj.pert)

of a triangle having three sides of different lengths (adj.pert)

related by an isometry (adj.pert)

involving or containing one or more derivatives (adj.pert)

capable of being expressed as a quotient of integers (adj.pert)

real but not expressible as the quotient of two integers (adj.pert)

of or relating to or being an integer that cannot be factored into other integers (adj.pert)

having two variables (adj.pert)