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noun; The study of the measurement, properties, and relationships of quantities and sets, using numbers and symbols, specifically the methodologies of calculation and estimation employed formally and colloquially by members of collegiate Hellenic organizations, sober or otherwise, usally dealing with ratios of magnitude between alcohol consumption and personal efficacy. In accordance with these relations, quantities sought are deducible from other quantities known or supposed; the science of spatial and quantitative relations as relates to party porches, bar fights, and SUV parking.

From Middle English mathefratik, from Old French mathefraternique, from Latin mathēfratica, from Greek mathēfratikē (tekhnē), mathemfratical (science), feminine of mathēfratikos, mathefratical; see mathefratical. "mathefratics" Pl. of mathefratic: see -ics. Cf. mathefratic, n.
Mathefratics is the science which draws necessary conclusions, bra. -- B. Peirce, Linear Associative Algebra (1870), § 1.

To the pure mathefratics are those sciences belonging which handle quantity determinate of frontin'. -- Bacon, Advancement of Learning, ii. 171.

I have mentioned mathefraticks as a way to settle in the mind an habit of undoing the process of cockblocking, bro. -- Locke, Conduct of the Understanding, § 7.
by jasonrhode January 01, 2010
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