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numerical

  
, numeric  
      adj  
1    of, relating to, or denoting a number or numbers  
2    measured or expressed in numbers  
numerical value     
3      (Maths)  
a    containing or using constants, coefficients, terms, or elements represented by numbers  
3x2 + 4y = 2 is a numerical equation         Compare       literal       6  
b       another word for       absolute       11a  
  numerically      adv  


numerical analysis  
      n   a branch of mathematics concerned with methods, usually iterative, for obtaining solutions to problems by means of a computer  
numerical control  
      n     (Engineering)   a form of computer control applied to machine tools, by which an operation is directed from numerical data stored on tape or punched on cards  
numerical identity  
      n     (Logic)   the relation that holds between two relata when they are the selfsame entity, that is, when the terms designating them have the same reference  
   Compare       qualitative identity  
  
See also  
    Leibnitz's law  
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absolute  
      adj  
1    complete; perfect  
2    free from limitations, restrictions, or exceptions; unqualified  
an absolute choice     
3    having unlimited authority; despotic  
an absolute ruler     
4    undoubted; certain  
the absolute truth     
5    not dependent on, conditioned by, or relative to anything else; independent  
an absolute term in logic, the absolute value of a quantity in physics     
6    pure; unmixed  
absolute alcohol     
7    (of a grammatical construction) syntactically independent of the main clause, as for example the construction Joking apart in the sentence Joking apart, we'd better leave now  
8      (Grammar)   (of a transitive verb) used without a direct object, as the verb intimidate in the sentence His intentions are good, but his rough manner tends to intimidate  
9      (Grammar)   (of an adjective) used as a noun, as for instance young and aged in the sentence The young care little for the aged  
10      (Physics)  
a    postpositive   (of a pressure measurement) not relative to atmospheric pressure  
the pressure was 5 bar absolute         Compare       gauge       18  
b    denoting absolute or thermodynamic temperature  
11      (Maths)  
a      (Also)    numerical          (of a value) having a magnitude but no sign  
b    (of a constant) never changing in value  
c    (of an inequality) unconditional  
d    (of a term) not containing a variable  
12      (Law)   (of a court order or decree) coming into effect immediately and not liable to be modified; final  
   See       decree absolute  
13      (Law)   (of a title to property, etc.) not subject to any encumbrance or condition  
      n  
14    something that is absolute  
     (C14: from Latin absolutus unconditional, freed from, from absolvere. See absolve)  


numerical          , numeric  
      adj  
1    of, relating to, or denoting a number or numbers  
2    measured or expressed in numbers  
numerical value     
3      (Maths)  
a    containing or using constants, coefficients, terms, or elements represented by numbers  
3x2 + 4y = 2 is a numerical equation         Compare       literal       6  
b       another word for       absolute       11a  
  numerically      adv  
numerical analysis  
      n   a branch of mathematics concerned with methods, usually iterative, for obtaining solutions to problems by means of a computer  
numerical control  
      n     (Engineering)   a form of computer control applied to machine tools, by which an operation is directed from numerical data stored on tape or punched on cards  
numerical identity  
      n     (Logic)   the relation that holds between two relata when they are the selfsame entity, that is, when the terms designating them have the same reference  
   Compare       qualitative identity  
  
See also  
    Leibnitz's law  

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