#### Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

##### by Jerzy Trzeciak

## either

[*see also*: both

In either case, it is clear that...... [= In both cases]

Now equate the coefficients of x^{2} at either end of this chain of equalities.

By Corollary 2, distinct 8-sets have either zero, two or four
elements in common.

Each f can be expressed in either of the forms (1) and (2).

The two classes coincide if X is compact. In that case we write C(X)
for either of them.

Either f or g must be bounded.

Any map either has a fixed point, or sends some point to its
antipode.

But B is not divisible, hence C cannot be divisible either.

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