#### Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

##### by Jerzy Trzeciak

## case

[*see also*: event, possibility

We first do the case n=1.

This argument also settles the case of K= Γ.

Note that (4) covers the other cases.

There are several cases to consider:......

The general case follows by changing x to x-a.

This abstract theory is not in any way more difficult than the special case of the real line.

Important cases are where S=......

This case arises when......

Both cases can occur.

To deal with the zero characteristic case, let......

In the case of finite additivity, we have......

In the case of n≥ 1 <In case n≥ 1>,......
[*Not*: “In case of n>1''; * better*:
If n≥ 1 then......]

We shall assume that this is the case.

Unfortunately, this is rarely the case.

However, it need not be the case that V> W, as we shall see in the
following example.

The purpose of this paper is to provide simple exact upper bounds for
the case where......

Such was the case in (8).

The L^{2} theory has more symmetry than is the case in L^{1}.

Then either......, or...... In the latter <former> case,......

Note that some of the a_{n} may be repeated, in which case B has multiple
zeros at those points.

a classic <textbook/typical/borderline/simple/extreme/rare/striking> case

We use upper case letters to represent inverses of generators. [= capital letters]

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