Questions about scientific vocabulary or terms. Preguntas sobre vocabulario o términos científicos.

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¿Escribir dos puntos “:” antes de una fórmula matemática separada en un texto científico?

Es frecuente en los libros y textos científicos, al escribir matemáticas, el separar fórmulas para resaltarlas. Por ejemplo: En todos los libros en inglés nunca escriben nada antes de dichas ...
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Differentiable and Integrable calculus terms

Is there a standard way to say "Differentiable" and "Integrable" in Spanish? How would I say that a function is differentiable or integrable?
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Translation of “tungsten” to Spanish

According to Spanish Wikipedia any of the below could be used: wólfram wolframio volframio tungsteno - also suggested by Google Translate. Any one of the above used more often than the others in ...
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Matemáticas o Matemática

If I am trying to say: Mathematics is a very interesting subject Which of these would be: Matemáticas son muy interesantes Matemáticas es muy interesante Matemática es muy ...
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Translation of Sulfur Hexafluoride in spanish?

Sulfur Hexafluoride is a gas mixture. I'm using Sulfur Hexafluoride at work and I need to translate some documents into Spanish. Can anyone help me? How do you say Sulfur Hexafluoride in Spanish? ...
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How to translate Overview and Outline?

I am writing a thesis and would like to add 2 subsections in my Introduction Overview, and Outline, what would be the best way to translate them to spanish? Estoy realizando una tesis, pero quiero ...
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¿Hay otra palabra o frase para expresar 'muestreo aleatorio'?

Creo que escuché a alguien referise a un muestreo aleatorio con otra palabra, pero ya no me acuerdo cuál era... ¿Hay otra forma de expresar el mismo concepto matemático?
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How can I say “to take the derivative” (mathematics) in spanish?

In english, we generally use phrases like "take the derivative", "find the derivative", "evaluate the derivative", but we also use verbs such as "derivate", "derive", "differentiate", etc. What are ...
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Are contracted pronunciations of mathematical functions common in spanish?

In mathematics, we have what are called hyperbolic trigonometric functions. For example, hyperbolic sine, hyperbolic tangent, hyperbolic cosine, etc... We generally write these functions with ...