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# numerical

adjective as in **concerning mathematics**

## Example Sentences

The program converts the words for supermarket inventory items into numerical data so neural networks can process them.

Over time, as a neural network is trained on additional text, it groups words according to numerical scores measuring how frequently the words appear near each other.

The report doesn’t give a reason for why hospitals chose not to participate in the survey, but it points out those that did not participate did not receive a numerical score assessing their LGBTQ policies.

As an editor, I’ve long had mixed feelings about the journalistic tradition of marking particular chronological or numerical milestones.

For each of the questions below, provide a numerical range with the bottom end below your best guess and the high end above your best guess.

A numerical data set helps physicians and other doctors know when to order scans of any kind.

Shares of the youth-oriented social-media company push past an important numerical barrier.

He has no illusions about the status of his numerical designation.

While there are several numerical pathways to electoral victory for either man, the math is harder for Romney without Ohio.

In other words, the bulk of the serious numerical evidence is that Virginia isn't even a swing state.

As “t” stands for 1, and o and y are vowels, and have no figure value, the numerical value of Toy must be 1.

Good clothes, quiet demeanour, and numerical smallness are the striking characteristics.

It was itself an appeal to the discontent of the numerical majority, not invested with a share in the government.

It was the only one of Napoleon's great engagements in which he admitted his numerical superiority to his enemy.

Guichen was joined by a Spanish fleet which gave him a great numerical superiority.

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From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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