Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

by Jerzy Trzeciak

way

[see also: approach, method, procedure, technique, incidentally]

Now $G$ can be handled in much the same way.

Actual construction of ...... may be accomplished in a variety of ways.

Thus modules over categories are in many ways like ordinary modules.

We shall not use this fact in any essential way.

This abstract theory is not in any way more difficult than the special case of the real line.

An alternative way to analyze $S$ is to note that ......

Here is another way of stating (c).

However, we know of no way of deriving one theory directly from the other.

The approach in [GT] provides a unified way of treating a wide variety of seemingly disparate examples.

This is the way Theorem 3 was proved.

This follows from Lemma 2 just the way (a) follows from (b).

It follows from the way $f$ was defined that ......

Any congruence arises this way.

Theorem 2 can be proved a number of different ways.

Put this way, the question is not precise enough.

By way of illustration, here is an example of ......

The implication one way follows from Theorem 2.

On the way we analyze the relationship between ......

Along the way, we come across some perhaps unexpected rigidity properties of familiar spaces.



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