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Monotonically
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Monotonically: In a single unvarying tone in the form of a monotonic function (Mathematics)
Mortality
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Mortality: The condition or quality of being mortal subjection to death or to the necessity of dying. When I saw her die, I then did think on your mortality. Carew. Human
Multiplication
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Multiplication: The act or process of multiplying, or of increasing in number the state of being multiplied as, the multiplication of the human species by natural generat
Multiplier
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Multiplier: One who, or that which, multiplies or increases number. (Math.) The number by which another number is multiplied. See the Note under Multiplication. (Physics)
Multivariate
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Multivariate: Having several variables (Mathematics, Statistics)
Napierian
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Napierian: Of the work of John Napier (Scottish mathematician)
Natural logarithm
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Natural logarithm: Logarithm which has the irrational number "e" as its base (Mathematics)
Nematelmia
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Nematelmia: Same as Nemathelminthes.
Nemathecium
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Nemathecium: A peculiar kind of fructification on certain red alg?, consisting of an external mass of filaments at length separating into tetraspores.
Nested
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Nested: Placed within having the quality that each set is contained in the previous set (Mathematics)
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