Starting this week, we are going to publish **“Mathphrase“**

It is a kind of catch phrase but for Math.

For those of you who still can’t figure out what is it, here’s a Dictionary meaning of it from the LazyMaths lexicon!

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**Math•phrase** [math-freyz]

-n. *(2011)*

1. an expression that is used repeatedly and conveniently to represent or characterize a Math idea in a new way or with a new point of view

2. a phrase that catches the Math essence

3. a phrase, as a slogan that comes to be widely and repeatedly used, often to covey a Math doctrine

**Synonyms**: rule of thumb (Math kind)

**Hypernym**: A quirky Math phrase

Here’s an example of it –

**“A fraction is a whole with a hole!”**

Look out for a quirky mathphrase every week… freshly phrased, right here!

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