Similar words: mathematical, mathematics, schematic, systematic, systematically, optician, politician, theoretician. Meaning: [‚mæθəmə'tɪʃn] n. a person skilled in mathematics.

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1. This untutored

*mathematician*had an obsession with numbers.2. I'm not a very good

*mathematician*.3. No

*mathematician*is infallible; he may make mistakes, but he must not hedge.4. None other than the greatest

*mathematician*in the world.5. A.. Only to another

*mathematician*.6. Mary became a painter, Grace a

*mathematician*.7. A brilliant

*mathematician*and a natural-born bomb-maker.8. Hermite was a distinguished

*mathematician*who was well-known for his generosity to younger men.9. Most people see only the line, but the

*mathematician*can see the points.10. A capable

*mathematician*and astronomer, he compiled detailed planetary tables for astrological use.11. As a

*mathematician*, Bertrand Russell pointed out that while there were two nuclear powers, only those two powers could quarrel.11. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and make good sentences.

12. A fractal description originally developed by

*mathematician*Michael Barnsley, has been adapted to digitally sampled audio.13. Or a young

*mathematician*can be prompted to list different combinations of numbers that, when added, total the number 10.15. A

*mathematician*, he and his care manager drew up a list of 12 unmet needs.16. However, once upon a time the

*mathematician*was a child too.17. Pliny also asserted that the

*mathematician*and astronomer Anaxagoras of Clazomenae had predicted the Aegospotami meteorite fall.18. Whichever

*mathematician*or computer buff chooses to examine the set, approximations to the same fundamental mathematical structure will be found.19. This untutored

*mathematician*has an obsession with numbers.20. British

*mathematician*, logician , philosopher, founder of process philosophy.21. The famous

*mathematician*Newton first proved the binomial theorem.22. Isaac Newton was a great scientist and

*mathematician*.23. Lewis Carroll was both a

*mathematician*and an author.24. Pythagoras was the first true

*mathematician*.25. Q. Did you hear about the constipated

*mathematician*?26. In the middle of the last century(sentencedict.com), British

*mathematician*Alan Turing proposed the following test for determining whether a computer could think.27. He was staring at her as though he was piecing together bits of her personality like a

*mathematician*working on some equation.28. It helps kids to focus less on whether they are exactly right and more on thinking like a

*mathematician*.29. He could have been the world's greatest piper, a significant

*mathematician*, an international stage performer.30. Computer graphics is, among other things, just what the

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