
Definition of Mathematical operation
1. Noun. (mathematics) calculation by mathematical methods. "They were learning the basic operations of arithmetic"
Generic synonyms: Calculation, Computation, Computing
Specialized synonyms: Permutation, Combination, Differentiation, Maximization, Integration, Exponentiation, Involution, Arithmetic Operation, Matrix Operation, Construction, Relaxation, Relaxation Method
Category relationships: Math, Mathematics, Maths
Lexicographical Neighbors of Mathematical Operation
Literary usage of Mathematical operation
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Essential Skills in Mathematics: A Comparative Analysis of American and ...by John A. Dossey, Lois Peak, Dawn Nelson by John A. Dossey, Lois Peak, Dawn Nelson (1997)
"The second process is the process which verifies whether or not the process of
mathematical operation is right. The confirmation of whether or not the ..."
2. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1908)
"The 10 days of labor is the physical operation that lies behind the mathematical
operation, and there is scarcely a single mathematical operation in the ..."
3. The Massachusetts Teacher (1851)
"I presume DPC himself will grant that a " method of proof" is a " mathematical
operation." However, in reply I would say: "As a general ..."
4. Theoretical Mechanics: An Introductory Treatise on the Principles of by Augustus Edward Hough Love (1897)
"The rule of mathematical operation to which vectors are subject is a rule for
replacing one vector by other vectors to which it is (by definition) ..."
5. Theoretical Mechanics: An Introductory Treatise on the Principles of by Augustus Edward Hough Love (1897)
"The rule of mathematical operation to which vectors are subject is a rule for
replacing one vector by other vectors to which it is (by definition) ..."
6. Transactions (1908)
"The 10 days of labor is the physical operation that lies behind the mathematical
operation, and there is scarcely a single mathematical operation in the ..."