Origin of mathematician
Related formsnon·math·e·ma·ti·cian, noun
Examples from the Web for mathematician
One of the most impressive achievements, says University of Chicago mathematician Benson Farb, is that she linked these findings.Iranian Math Genius Mirzakhani Unveiled by President Rouhani|IranWire|August 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Turing test is named for computer scientist, mathematician, logician, and philosopher Alan Turing.The AI That Wasn’t: Why ‘Eugene Goostman’ Didn’t Pass the Turing Test|Elizabeth Lopatto|June 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Christopher John Francis Boone is a teenage “mathematician with some behavioral difficulties.”Book Bag: How to Survive—Five Stories About Unlikely Survivors|Claire Cameron|February 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I had done my duty not only as a writer, but also a mathematician: exhausted all possibilities.
Clearly her lack of appreciation for my proof resulted from her not being a mathematician.
One of the most ancient arithmetics was written by the mathematician Record, who lived from the year 1500 to 1558.Child Life in Colonial Days|Alice Morse Earle
Like the mathematician, the philosopher deals directly with a realm of ideal truth.
But it would be better to be a mathematician than skilful in contriving Orreries.My Schools and Schoolmasters|Hugh Miller
Mathematician, one versed in Mathematics; a science which treats of magnitude and number.
He was a mathematician, philosopher and chemist, and the first who read lectures on those sciences at Paris.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell