Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

by Jerzy Trzeciak


[see also: consequence, result, outcome, influence] This map will be shown to be in M by examining its effect on B.

We can immediately use one of these poles to cancel out <compensate for> the effect of the pole at s=0.

Offsetting the effect of the pole at t=0 requires more work.

Conjecture 2 of [KH], to the effect that [= meaning that] there is no relation P with E(P)=1, still remains open.

 The passage from bounded f to general f is easily effected.

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