Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

by Jerzy Trzeciak

get

[see also: obtain, acquire, make, arrange, overcome, circumvent]

Apply Theorem 3 to get a function ......

We thus get $f=g$. [Not: “We thus get that $f=g$.”]

We do not expect to get $F$ closed.

The induced topology is not compact, but we can always get it to be contained in a Bohr topology.

Finally, multiplication by a permutation matrix will get the exponents in descending order.

Fortunately, $F$ does not get too close to $p$.

To get around this difficulty, assume that ......

It is also tempting to get round this problem by working with ......



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