Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

by Jerzy Trzeciak


the set of points with <at> distance 1 from K

the set of points at a distance less than 1 from K

Hence A and B are at distance precisely d.

Consider a pair of points a, b at distance 1.

The point p is within distance d of X.

Their centres are a distance at least N apart.

Any point not in B is moved by f a distance equal to twice the distance to M.

If we stay a fixed distance off the critical line, we do not expect Benford behaviour.

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