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A term that advises someone to avoid uttering redundant math-related words, unless they don't mind looking semi-literate and semi-numerate.
To save your mathematical breadth, avoid terms like PIN number, specific examples, twelve noon, sum total, round circle, pair of twins, join together, add up, added bonus, bare minimum, difficult problem, and end result—trim the fat in each word.
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by MathPlus April 05, 2017
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