# mathematical fiction in a sentence

- When I was reorganizing my library, I naturally put Surreal Numbers and Flatland together under
*Mathematical Fiction*. - ""'A Certain Ambiguity "': A Mathematical Novel " is a
*mathematical fiction* by Indian authors Gaurav Suri and Hartosh Singh Bal. - How far they had come from the day more than 60 years ago when neutrinos were invented as an accounting device, a
*mathematical fiction* to make a set of equations fly. - ""'The Wild Numbers " "'is a
*mathematical fiction* in the form of a short novel by Philibert Schogt, a Dutch philosopher and mathematician. - Kraus was also known for his criticism of the theory of relativity, which was according to him an accumulation of " absurdities " ( like the constancy of the speed of light ) and "
*mathematical fictions* ". - It's difficult to find
*mathematical fiction* in a sentence. - Alex Kasman at "
*Mathematical Fiction* " complained about errors in some of the author's descriptions of the mathematical problems, and in particular their unfair treatment of Wiles's proof of Fermat's Last Theorem. - The answer is : the curved spacetime is the physically observable one in this theory ( as in all metric theories of gravitation ); the flat background is a mere
*mathematical fiction* which is however of inestimable value for such purposes as writing down the general vacuum solution, or studying the weak field limit. - When the fictitious em-fluid is destroyed or absorbed, its electromagnetic energy and mass is not carried away by moving matter, but is transferred into the non-electromagnetic fluid and remains at exactly the same place in that fluid . ( Poincar?added that one should not be too surprised by these assumptions, since they are only
*mathematical fictions* . ) In this way, the motion of the COM-frame, incl . matter, fictitious em-fluid, and fictitious non-em-fluid, at least " theoretically " remains uniform.