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The language of mathematics has a vast vocabulary of specialist and technical terms. It also has a certain amount of jargon: commonly used phrases which are part of the culture of mathematics, rather than of the subject. Jargon often appears in lectures, and sometimes in print, as informal shorthand for rigorous arguments or precise ideas. Much of this is common English, but with a specific non-obvious meaning when used in a mathematical sense.

Some phrases, like "in general", appear below in more than one section.

Although ultimately every mathematical argument must meet a high standard of precision, mathematicians use descriptive but informal statements to discuss recurring themes or concepts with unwieldy formal statements. Note that many of the terms are completely rigorous in context.

This page contains text from Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia - https://wn.com/List_of_mathematical_jargon

There it is again, the thought that tells me I'm not thinking about a thing.

I'm trying to find the meaning. We loose the purpose that made it,

Then fuck ourselves up a little more just to make sure.

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