Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

by Jerzy Trzeciak


Neither is the problem simplified by assuming f=g.

This assumption is useful for simplifying proofs.

This simplifies to f=g for x=1.

It simplifies the argument, and causes no loss of generality, to assume......

To simplify the writing, we take a=0 and omit the subscripts a.

See the simplified account in [2, Section 4].

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