Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

by Jerzy Trzeciak


[see also: inside, up to]

The point $p$ is within distance $d$ $\langle$within a distance $d\rangle$ of $X$.

Then $F$ is within $d$ of the integers.

The zeros of $L$-functions are all accurate to within $10^{-5}$.

Note that $f$ is determined only to within a set of measure zero.

Each component that meets $X$ lies entirely within $X$.

Within $I$, the function $f$ varies by less than 1.

This example falls within the scope of Cox's theorem.

a sequence of smooth domains that approximates $D$ from within

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