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 Mathematics Oxymoron List (77)

Accurate Estimate
Accurate Predictions
Approximate Solution
Approximately Equal
Astronomically Small
Beyond Infinity
Bigger Half
Biggest Piece of Minutia Bill O'Reily
Close Proximity
Common Difference
Complete Half
Completely Divided
Consistent Variability
Consistently Random
Constant Variable
Cylindrical Square
Different Pattern
Divided Unions
Elementary Calculus
Equally Different
Even Odds
Exact Approximation
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Extra Small
Extremely Average
False Negative
False Positive
Far yet Near
Fixed Variable
Flat Curve
Full Half
Fully Empty
Fuzzy Logic
Half and Half
In Addition to a Lack of
Infinitely Finite
Irregular Consistency
Larger Half
Multiply by a Denomination
Multiplying Divisions
One Choice
One Pair
One Hundred and Ten Percent
One Hundred Percent Plus
Only Choice
Predictably Irrational
Predictably Unpredictable
Procedural Variations
Random Logic
Random Order
Random Pattern
Random Precision
Randomly Organized
Relatively Perfect
Remaining Variable
Remote Proximity
Round Corner
Round Edges
Round Square
Same Difference
Sharp Curve
Shrink an Expansion
Smaller Half
Square Hole
Straight Angle
Straight Out of Line
Straight Turn
Sure Bet
The Odds are Even (in gambling circles)
To Infinity and Beyond
United Divisions
Whole Half
Whole Hemisphere
Whole Part
Whole Piece
Whole some
With a Lack of



 Oxymoron Quotes and Sayings: Mathematics (8)

  • By definition, one divided by zero is undefined.
  • It is what it isn't.
  • Straight out of line.
  • The 50-50-90 rule: Any time you have a 50-50 chance of getting something right, there's a 90% probability you'll get it wrong.
  • The exception that proves the rule.
  • The shortest distance between two points is how far apart they are.
  • There are only three kinds of people; people who can count and people who can't.
  • Why don't you pair'em up in threes? - Yogi Berra




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