nonmathematical

nonmathematical

(ˌnɒnˌmæθəˈmætɪkəl)
adj
not mathematical
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Defensive funds may have nonmathematical attributes as well.
The paper is written in a didactic mode that embraces a nonmathematical, rather than a statistically-oriented approach to the topic and is intended as a guide for researchers interested in applying this methodology but who may be somewhat uncertain of the testing strategy involved.
Numeracy [mathematics] also includes spatial thinking, visual representation, analysis of cause and effect and randomness in events, and data handling [and graphing], which arise in many seemingly nonmathematical parts of the school curriculum .
In nonmathematical shorthand, we can say that it always works and it's computationally efficient.
Given that pedagogical fidelity can include elements of procedural and declarative knowledge, which are perhaps more easily mimicked by nonmathematical designers of apps, it is not surprising that this type of fidelity is most commonly found in the apps.
Aristotle is here asking about the source of the nonmathematical characteristics of bodies.
However, this search is usually done in a nonmathematical way.
With its reader-friendly layout, plain language, and nonmathematical treatment, this book can be used as a text for business students or for self-study by practicing managers and executives.
A nonmathematical discussion of the quantitative development and application of Risk-Based Capital (RBC) standards and the three pillars of Solvency II is presented that should easily be understood by non-academics.
Aguirre, 2009; Bartell, 2011; Gutierrez, 2009) have discussed the challenge of teaching with an acceptable balance of mathematical concepts and nonmathematical concepts.
Gifted girls and nonmathematical aspirations: A longitudinal case study of two gifted Korean girls.
Applications inevitably embody both mathematical and nonmathematical assumptions.