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 The term ''normal'' in mathematics is used in the following broad senses:1 KB (180 words)  07:02, 26 December 2008

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 The term ''characteristic'' in mathematics typically stands for:1 KB (189 words)  02:02, 13 May 2008
 Groups occur throughout mathematics, and are the underlying structures for rings, fields, vector spaces, module Also located at: [[Wikipedia:Group (mathematics)]], [[Mathworld:Group]], [[Planetmath:Group]], [[Citizendium:Group]]2 KB (205 words)  00:04, 18 May 2008
 ''Dimension'' in mathematics is a generalization of the idea that a point is zerodimensional, a line is695 B (84 words)  12:13, 8 June 2008

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 ===Typical uses in elementary mathematics===674 B (98 words)  12:35, 8 June 2008
 ...ematics)indecomposable]], [[simple (mathematics)simple]], [[irreducible (mathematics)irreducible]]. ===In elementary mathematics/number theory===870 B (112 words)  12:41, 8 June 2008

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 The term ''natural'' in mathematics is loosely used to mean ''Godgiven'', ''independent of choices'', and ''as364 B (48 words)  20:38, 9 June 2008
 In mathematics, ''free'' is typically used in the ''free from relations/constraints'' sens347 B (44 words)  21:06, 9 June 2008

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 In mathematics, ''full'' is typically used in the sense of ''surjective'': a map that take178 B (26 words)  22:03, 5 August 2008

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 The term ''complete'' in mathematics is used in the following broad senses:577 B (73 words)  01:29, 10 December 2008

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 In mathematics, ''local'' generally means that a property or behaviour at a point depends721 B (103 words)  17:37, 20 January 2009

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 In mathematics, a '''finitary relation''' is defined by one of the formal definitions give ...gned to deal with empirical data, and experience is always finite, whereas mathematics is nothing if not concerned with infinity, at the very least, potential inf20 KB (2,925 words)  17:10, 14 November 2015
 ...es the subject of the paper as “certain extremely simple branches of mathematics which, owing to their utility in logic, have to be treated in considerable * Peirce, C.S. (1902), “The Simplest Mathematics”, MS dated January–February 1902, intended as Chapter 3 of1 KB (177 words)  15:36, 11 November 2015
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 The term ''normal'' in mathematics is used in the following broad senses:1 KB (180 words)  07:02, 26 December 2008
 ==Mathematics== {{:Normal (mathematics)}}2 KB (172 words)  02:10, 3 February 2009
 The term ''characteristic'' in mathematics typically stands for:1 KB (189 words)  02:02, 13 May 2008
 ==In mathematics== {{:Group (mathematics)}}800 B (104 words)  16:20, 4 August 2008
 Groups occur throughout mathematics, and are the underlying structures for rings, fields, vector spaces, module Also located at: [[Wikipedia:Group (mathematics)]], [[Mathworld:Group]], [[Planetmath:Group]], [[Citizendium:Group]]2 KB (205 words)  00:04, 18 May 2008
 ==Mathematics== {{:Perfect (mathematics)}}585 B (64 words)  21:10, 9 June 2008
 ''Dimension'' in mathematics is a generalization of the idea that a point is zerodimensional, a line is695 B (84 words)  12:13, 8 June 2008
 ===Typical uses in elementary mathematics===674 B (98 words)  12:35, 8 June 2008
 ...ematics)indecomposable]], [[simple (mathematics)simple]], [[irreducible (mathematics)irreducible]]. ===In elementary mathematics/number theory===870 B (112 words)  12:41, 8 June 2008
 ==Mathematics== {{:Prime (mathematics)}}239 B (28 words)  12:44, 8 June 2008
 ==Mathematics== {{:Simple (mathematics)}}1 KB (134 words)  02:10, 3 February 2009
 ==Mathematics== {{:Regular (mathematics)}}549 B (66 words)  20:17, 9 June 2008
 The term ''natural'' in mathematics is loosely used to mean ''Godgiven'', ''independent of choices'', and ''as364 B (48 words)  20:38, 9 June 2008
 ==Mathematics== {{:Free (mathematics)}}656 B (81 words)  21:00, 9 June 2008
 In mathematics, ''free'' is typically used in the ''free from relations/constraints'' sens347 B (44 words)  21:06, 9 June 2008
 Mathworld is a free, online mathematics reference work. ...ated, developed and nurtured by Eric Weisstein with contributions from the mathematics community''}}4 KB (640 words)  17:02, 15 June 2008
 Planetmath is a free, online, opencontent, collaborative mathematics resource. While primarily an encyclopedia, it also contains books, expositi ...runs on Noosphere, a content management system suitable for collaborative mathematicsrich projects.4 KB (542 words)  12:31, 6 September 2008
 ...ject. Intensional definitions are also found for some simple terms outside mathematics. The main feature of definitions in mathematics, and of intensional definitions in general, is that the definition is ''de18 KB (2,730 words)  12:29, 5 August 2008
 ==In mathematics== {{:Proper (mathematics)}}45 B (4 words)  16:23, 4 August 2008
 ==In mathematics== {{:Normal form (mathematics)}}112 B (12 words)  16:24, 4 August 2008
 ==Mathematics== {{:Ordinary (mathematics)}}843 B (100 words)  22:00, 5 August 2008
 ==Mathematics== {{:Choice (mathematics)}}42 B (3 words)  16:39, 4 August 2008
 ==Mathematics== {{:Open (mathematics)}}157 B (16 words)  16:43, 4 August 2008
 ...digm of organization followed on some subject wikis, particularly those in mathematics. Examples from elementary mathematics:5 KB (739 words)  21:32, 5 August 2008
 In mathematics, ''full'' is typically used in the sense of ''surjective'': a map that take178 B (26 words)  22:03, 5 August 2008
 ==Mathematics== {{:Circle (mathematics)}}653 B (83 words)  22:27, 5 August 2008
 ==Mathematics== {{:Principal (mathematics)}}88 B (6 words)  22:53, 5 August 2008
 ...ad organizing principle found on many subject wikis, particularly those in mathematics. It is a particular form of [[Subwiki:Typebased organizationtypebased or215 B (27 words)  16:39, 25 August 2008
 The term ''complete'' in mathematics is used in the following broad senses:577 B (73 words)  01:29, 10 December 2008
 ==Mathematics== {{:subnormal (mathematics)}}292 B (35 words)  17:15, 20 January 2009
 In mathematics, ''local'' generally means that a property or behaviour at a point depends721 B (103 words)  17:37, 20 January 2009
 ==Mathematics== {{:Center (mathematics)}}821 B (103 words)  17:46, 20 January 2009
 ==Mathematics== {{:paranormal (mathematics)}}85 B (7 words)  18:02, 20 January 2009
 ...he beginning that your term is a mathematics term, you can select "normal (mathematics)" when the dropdown suggestions bar appears as you type in "normal"). You notice that the mathematics section is rather long, with several possible uses of the word "normal" pop3 KB (492 words)  01:37, 3 February 2009
 ==Mathematics== {{:Fermat (mathematics)}}211 B (27 words)  23:48, 5 May 2009
 ...ralpurpose nor encyclopedic. Rather, they aim to cover specific areas (of mathematics or other subjects) in a particular fashion.9 KB (1,385 words)  00:27, 5 January 2011
 * [[Relation (mathematics)Relation]]3 KB (373 words)  15:35, 17 November 2015
 * [[Relation (mathematics)Relation]] [[Category:Mathematics]]5 KB (658 words)  02:02, 31 October 2015
 ...ve just provided. Although equational forms of reasoning are paramount in mathematics, they are less familiar to the student of conventional logic textbooks, who ...A Contribution to the Philosophy of Notation”, ''American Journal of Mathematics'' 7 (1885), 180–202. Reprinted as CP 3.359–403 and CE&nbs41 KB (5,845 words)  14:38, 6 November 2015
 ...gic : A Contribution to the Philosophy of Notation", ''American Journal of Mathematics'' 7 (1885), 180–202. Reprinted (CP 3.359–403), (CE 5 * [[Relation (mathematics)Relation]]11 KB (1,526 words)  16:14, 18 November 2015
 ...spective of combinatorics, in other words, as a subject matter in discrete mathematics, with special attention to finite structures and concrete settheoretic con ...lation has been developed quite literally from the beginnings of logic and mathematics, and because it has incorporated contributions from a diversity of thinkers25 KB (3,665 words)  21:05, 16 November 2015
 ...cs, a '''triadic relation''' is an important special case of a [[relation (mathematics)polyadic or finitary relation]], one in which the number of places in the Mathematics is positively rife with examples of 3adic relations, and a [[sign relation20 KB (2,655 words)  21:25, 16 November 2015
 * [[Relation (mathematics)Relation]] [[Category:Mathematics]]58 KB (8,251 words)  21:35, 15 November 2015
 ...point of <math>\mathbb{B}^k\!</math> is the unique point in the ''[[fiber (mathematics)fiber]] of truth'' <math>[s]\!</math> of a ''singular proposition'' <mat : In mathematics generally, the ''[[fiber (mathematics)fiber]]'' of a point <math>y \in Y\!</math> under a function <math>f : X \22 KB (3,319 words)  19:22, 6 November 2015
 * [[Relation (mathematics)Relation]] [[Category:Mathematics]]5 KB (572 words)  04:18, 7 November 2015
 * [[Relation (mathematics)Relation]] [[Category:Mathematics]]17 KB (2,301 words)  16:02, 7 November 2015
 * Peirce, C.S. (1902), “The Simplest Mathematics”. First published as CP 4.227–323 in ''Collected Papers'' * [[Relation (mathematics)Relation]]9 KB (1,221 words)  15:05, 5 November 2015
 * [[Relation (mathematics)Relation]] [[Category:Discrete Mathematics]]5 KB (561 words)  19:56, 5 November 2015
 A '''finitary boolean function''' is a [[function (mathematics)function]] of the form <math>f : \mathbb{B}^k \to \mathbb{B},</math> where * [[Relation (mathematics)Relation]]5 KB (589 words)  20:25, 5 November 2015
 In the formal sciences — mathematics, mathematical logic, statistics — and their applied disciplines, a bo * Mathematical Society of Japan, ''Encyclopedic Dictionary of Mathematics'', 2nd edition, 2 vols., Kiyosi ItÃ´ (ed.), MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1993.7 KB (806 words)  21:16, 5 November 2015