[math -er, math-] /ˈmæð ər, ˈmæθ-/
Cotton, 1663–1728, American clergyman and author.
his father, Increase
[in-krees] /ˈɪn kris/ (Show IPA), 1639–1723, American clergyman and author.
[math-uh-muh-tahyz] /ˈmæθ ə məˌtaɪz/ verb (used with object), mathematized, mathematizing. 1. to reduce to a mathematical formula or problem; regard in purely mathematical terms.
[muh-til-duh; French ma-teeld; German mah-til-duh] /məˈtɪl də; French maˈtild; German mɑˈtɪl də/ noun 1. a female given name, French or German form of .
Symbolic math system, MITRE, 1964. Later version: MATHLAB 68 (PDP-6, 1967). [“The Legacy of MATHLAB 68”, C. Engelman, Proc 2nd Symp on Symbolic and Algebraic Manip, ACM (Mar 1971)]. [Sammet 1969, p. 498].
noun a person who participates in mathematics competitions Word Origin m(ath) + athlete