Mathematical Definition
măthəmătĭkəl
adjective
Of, having the nature of, or concerned with mathematics.
Webster's New World
Rigorously exact, precise, accurate, etc.
Webster's New World
Absolute; certain.
American Heritage
Possible according to mathematics but highly improbable.
The team has only a mathematical chance to win the championship.
American Heritage
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Origin of Mathematical

Middle English from Medieval Latin mathēmaticālis from Latin mathēmaticus from Greek mathēmatikos from mathēma mathēmat science, learning from manthanein math to learn mendh in IndoEuropean roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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