Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

by Jerzy Trzeciak

off

[see also: away, beyond, outside]

a function with poles off $K$ $\langle$vanishing off $K\rangle$

an extension of $f$ off $U$

The kernel is $C^0$ on $X\times X$ off the diagonal.

a Blaschke product with at least one zero off the origin

If we stay a fixed distance off the critical line, we do not expect Benford behaviour.

We close this off by characterizing ......

Let $M'$ be the minor obtained by crossing off the last row and column of $M$.

Continuity then finishes off the argument.

This can be read off from (8).



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