Definition of Mathematical group
1. Noun. A set that is closed, associative, has an identity element and every element has an inverse.
Specialized synonyms: Subgroup, Abelian Group, Commutative Group
Generic synonyms: Set
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mathematical Group
Literary usage of Mathematical group
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1. School Management and Methods of Instruction: With Special Reference to by George Collar, Charles W. Crook (1901)
"... XII THE mathematical group OF STUDIES (with special reference to Arithmetic) General Ad- MATHEMATICAL studies always have occupied and tus (Soup, ..."
2. Annual Register by Florida State Board of Accountancy (1901)
"THE mathematical group AIMS The mathematical group aims to lay the mathematical foundation for special work in any one of three lines, as well as to offer ..."
3. An Introduction to Modern Logic by Rupert Clendon Lodge (1920)
"So too in geology we classify the various crystals in nature in terms of a mathematical group consisting of the tetrahedron, octo- hedron, dodecahedron, ..."
4. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1914)
"... (a) In the mathematical group, Arithmetic should be taken up before Algebra and Geometry, being taken three times a week for about the first six months. ..."
5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1904)
"... as I understand, by the conceptions of the mathematical group theory), still actually lead, if I correctly grasp the writer's meaning, to the doctrine ..."