Definition of Mathematical symbol
1. Noun. A character that is used to indicates a mathematical relation or operation.
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Literary usage of Mathematical symbol
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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1895)
"The Newtonian force considered formally is a mathematical symbol, a rate of variation, or, as the mathematician calls it, a differential coefficient, ..."
2. The Geometry of the Circle and Mathematics as Applied to Geometry by by James Smith (1869)
"... the following is an unfair question to put to him :—Does the mathematical symbol TT denote a determinate or an indeterminate arithmetical quantity ? ..."
3. Monographs on Topics of Modern Mathematics: Relevant to the Elementary Field by George Abram Miller, Frederick Shenstone Woods, Leonard Eugene Dickson, Thomas Franklin Holgate, Edward Vermilye Huntington, David Eugene Smith, Oswald Veblen, Gilbert Ames Bliss, J. W. A. (Jacob William Albert) Young (1911)
"The graph as a mathematical symbol. From the remarks which have been made it may be inferred that graphs have two distinct and important uses, ..."
4. Gravitation Versus Relativity: A Non-technical Explanation of the by Charles Lane Poor, Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin (1922)
"It is useless to attempt to illustrate or visualize the connection between time and space; the very mathematical symbol used to denote the form of the ..."
5. An Introduction to Logic by Horace William Brindley Joseph (1906)
"Whatever sign be wed, whether an inflexion, or the verb substantive, or the mathematical symbol for equality, or anything else, this synthesis, ..."
6. Cyclopedia of Applied Electricity: A General Reference Work on Direct by American Technical Society (1916)
"... pitch Z -Number of conductors on the armature counting all around the periphery > —mathematical symbol, to read "greater than" < -mathematical symbol, ..."
7. Cyclopedia of Applied Electricity: A General Reference Work on Direct by American Technical Society (1913)
"... pitch Z —Number of conductors on the armature counting all around the periphery > —mathematical symbol, to read "greater than" < -mathematical symbol, ..."