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Dyscalculia
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Dyscalculia: Inability to solve mathematical problems (usually a result of brain impairment)
Eatage
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Eatage: Eatable growth of grass for horses and cattle, esp. that of aftermath.
Eccentricity
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Eccentricity: The state of being eccentric deviation from the customary line of conduct oddity. (Math.) The ratio of the distance between the center and the focus of an e
Econometrician
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Econometrician: Person who works in econometrics (application of statistical and mathematical techniques to economic processes)
Econometrics
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Econometrics: Method of examining economics processes using mathematical and statistical methods (building of mathematical models)
Econometrist
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Econometrist: Econometrician, person who works in econometrics (application of statistical and mathematical techniques to economic processes), economist who uses statist
Eddish
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Eddish: Aftermath also, stubble and stubble field. See Arrish. [Eng.]
Efface
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Efface: To make some item dim, to remove completely from recognition. To make less prominent or readily noticeable. To rub out.
Eigenfrequency
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Eigenfrequency: (Physics, Mathematics) vibration frequency of a system
Eigenfunction
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Eigenfunction: Proper function, characteristic vector in a vector space in which elements are functions (Mathematics)
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