Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

by Jerzy Trzeciak


[see also: if, when

Whenever the dimension drops by 1, the rank drops by at most Z.

We denote the complement of A by Ac whenever it is clear from the context with respect to which larger set the complement is taken.

Next, (1) shows that (2) holds whenever g=f(n) for some n.

Suppose that T* is continuous whenever T is.

A semilattice A has breadth n iff whenever E< A and |E|>n, there is an x such that......

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