# mathematician

### noun

## Origin of mathematician

## Examples from the Web for mathematician

### Contemporary Examples of mathematician

One of the most impressive achievements, says University of Chicago mathematician Benson Farb, is that she linked these findings.

The Turing test is named for computer scientist, mathematician, logician, and philosopher Alan Turing.

Christopher John Francis Boone is a teenage “mathematician with some behavioral difficulties.”

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.

### Historical Examples of mathematician

Had I been rich,” said he, “I should probably not have become a mathematician.

Self-HelpSamuel Smiles

The distinction between the mathematician and the dialectician is also noticeable.

The RepublicPlato

The dialectician is as much above the mathematician as the mathematician is above the ordinary man.

The RepublicPlato

Assuredly not, he said; I have hardly ever known a mathematician who was capable of reasoning.

The RepublicPlato

That is the question, and the state of the odds may be reckoned by the mathematician.

The Valet's Tragedy and Other StoriesAndrew Lang