# Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Mathematical"

• ## The meaning of "Mathematical" in various phrases and sentences

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2. I understand now! In this case it doesn't mean to try. What they mean is "before you start celebrating, let me give you another quiz." In America and Europe we drink champagne when really good things happen so "crack open a bottle of champagne" means "to celebrate."

• ## Example sentences using "Mathematical"

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2. You're welcome! I'm glad I could help.

• ## Translations of "Mathematical"

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2. That line is from the upper left to the bottom right (left = 左, and right = 右). I don't know if there is a specific make for it, perhaps "a decreasing line" or "the line from the upper left to the bottom right", or "the decreasing diagonal"

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2. thanks

• ## Other questions about "Mathematical"

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2. "Spreadsheets are useful to make business decision models easily. They can organize and manage mathematical and logic-based models. One of the strengths spreadsheets have is the association between cells. Even if one number changes in a cell, the spreadsheet can deal with the change without having to recalculate any of the other data." Please let me know if you have any questions!

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2. It means that you have 〈x, y〉and 〈y, z〉pairs in R. If for none of them there is an〈x, z〉pair in R then the relation is intransitive. (If none of them have an 〈x, z〉)

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2. I have a solid foundation of professional knowledge and and I am capable of mathematical analysis

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2. I’d say 2. did scientists believe. Because when you use ‘not only at the beginning of a sentence, the subject and the verb are inverted. So it has to be either 2. or 3. And it can’t be 3. because the tense of the verb in the first part of the sentence should correspond with the second one (‘considered’).

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2. Pretty much. You could also interpret it as "If you look at the mathematical equations"

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