a point at which a given function of a complex variable has no derivative but of which every neighborhood contains points at which the function has derivatives.
- Also called singularity.
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How to use singular point in a sentence
Hockney has been famously dismissive of photography and its singular point of view.David Hockney’s “A Bigger Exhibition” Opens at the de Young Museum | Emily Wilson | October 27, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
That the speaker enjoyed the reputation of being something of a profligate lent singular point to that confession.The History of Sir Richard Calmady | Lucas Malet
The circle of convergence of any of the series has at least one such singular point upon its circumference.
The singular point about this is that a repetition of circumstances will be found to occur in the destiny.Palmistry for All | Cheiro
Here the singular point is that the law is deferred, and does not come into operation till the settlement in Canaan.The Expositor's Bible:The Book of Numbers | Robert A. Watson
This affection developed to a singular point; in a soul so new, it was like a first love.Notre-Dame de Paris | Victor Hugo