Definition of Equational

1. Adjective. Of, pertaining to, or constructed using equations ¹



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Definition of Equational

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Equational

equals signs
equangular
equanimities
equanimity
equanimous
equant
equants
equatability
equatable
equate
equated
equates
equating
equation
equation division
equational
equationally
equationlike
equations
equations of motion
equative
equatives
equator
equator bulbi oculi
equator lentis
equator of eyeball
equator of lens
equatorial
equatorial cleavage
equatorial current

Literary usage of Equational

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1. Toda Grammar and Texts by Murray Barnson Emeneau (1984)
"Beside the chief predication type SON . there are also equational predications. ... Equational predications in the 3rd person may have the verb o'x-. ..."

2. The Principles of Logic by Francis Herbert Bradley (1883)
"The Equational Logic has proved by its results that it has a hold on the ... In writing this chapter on equational logic, as it appears in the theory of ..."

3. Studies in Deductive Logic: A Manual for Students by William Stanley Jevons (1880)
"EXERCISES IN Equational LOGIC. I NOW give a small collection of examples and problems designed to enable the student to acquire a complete command of the ..."

4. Studies in Deductive Logic: A Manual for Students, by W. Stanley Jevons by William Stanley Jevons (1896)
"... CHAPTER XXIII EXERCISES IN Equational LOGIC I NOW give a small collection ... a complete command of the equational and combinational views of logic. ..."

5. Logic by J. Lacy O'Byrne Croke (1906)
"These are the Equational Logic of the late Professor Stanley Jevons, ... In the Equational Logic of Professor Jevons, propositions are expressed in ..."

6. Walsh-Suzzallo Arithmetic: By Grades by John Henry Walsh, Henry Suzzallo (1915)
"... SECTION IX Equational ARITHMETIC Preparatory Exercises A number increased by 12 equals 16. This may be written, x + 12 = 16. The second way is shorter. ..."

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