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Definition of Conjecturally
Conjecturally Con*jec`tur*al"ly, n.
That which depends upon guess; guesswork. [R.] --Sir T.
Conjecturally Con*jec`tur*al*ly, adv.
In a conjectural manner; by way of conjecture. --Boyle.
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- Conjectural history
is a type of historiography isolated
in the 1790s by Dugald
Stewart, who termed
it "theoretical or conjectural
history", as prevalent...
- A conjectural portrait
is a portrait
made of a historical figure
for whom no authentic contemporary portrait
is available. The depiction, then, may be...
- In oligopoly
theory, conjectural variation
is the belief
that one firm has an idea about
the way its competitors
if it varies
- In mathematics, Euler's idoneal numbers
(also called suitable numbers
numbers) are the positive integers
D such that any integer
- In mathematics, a conjecture
is a conclusion
or a proposition which
to be true due to preliminary supporting
evidence, but for which
emendation) is a critical reconstruction
of the original reading
of a clearly
corrupt, contaminated, nonsensical
- The voyages
of Christopher Columbus
Dufay. While details
of his early
life are largely conjectural
, he was probably
from the vicinity
of Béthune in the Pas-de-Calais, possibly...
- more difficult
and the influence
of micro curvature becomes
, this could imply
that space-time becomes
foam at the Planck...
- 6). Equivalently, n − 1/3 ≡ 1 (mod 2) if and only if n ≡ 4 (mod 6). Conjecturally
, this inverse relation forms
a tree except
for the 1–2–4 loop (the inverse...
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