### Definition of Mathematical statement

1. Noun. A statement of a mathematical relation.

Category relationships: Math, Mathematics, Maths
Specialized synonyms: Equation, Expression, Formula
Generic synonyms: Statement
Terms within: Mathematical Notation

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### Literary usage of Mathematical statement

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1. Analytical Mechanics for Engineers by Fred B. Seely, Newton Edward Ensign (1921)
"mathematical statement of Newton's Second Law. Units. —Newton's second law may be expressed mathematically by the equation F = kma, in which a is the ..."

2. Primer of Logical Analysis: For the Use of Composition Students by Josiah Royce (1881)
"An equation is the symbolic way of expressing a perfectly well-understood mathematical statement. If you know the meaning of some purely mathematical ..."

3. The Rate of Interest: Its Nature, Determination and Relation to Economic by Irving Fisher (1907)
"mathematical statement of the four conditions determining PACK interest rate, ... Extension of the mathematical statement to apply to m years 380 § 5. ..."

4. Einstein's Theories of Relativity and Gravitation: A Selection of Material by James Malcolm Bird, Albert Einstein (1921)
"It is a question whether among all possible frames of reference any one frame or class of frames is more suited than another for the mathematical statement ..."

5. The Elements of Qualitative Chemical Analysis: With Special Consideration of by Julius Stieglitz (1911)
"1 The hydroxide-ion appears with the same coefficient, 1, on both sides of the equilibrium equation and need not be included in the mathematical statement; ..."