Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

by Jerzy Trzeciak


Neither (1) nor (2) alone is sufficient for (3) to hold.

Thus A is neither symmetric nor positive.

Both X and Y are countable, but neither is finite.

Neither of them is finite.

[Use neither when there are two alternatives; if there are more, use none.]

Let u and v be two distributions neither of which has compact support.

As shown in Figure 3, neither curve intersects X.

In neither case can f be smooth. [Note the inversion after the negative clause.]

Both proofs are easy, so we give neither.

Thus X is not finite; neither <nor> is Y.

Neither is the problem simplified by assuming f=g.

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