## What is another word for mathematical logic?

Pronunciation: [mˌaθɪmˈatɪkə͡l lˈɒd͡ʒɪk] (IPA)

Mathematical logic is a branch of mathematics that studies the relationship between mathematical statements and the rules of logical reasoning. Synonyms for mathematical logic include symbolic logic, formal logic, and mathematical reasoning. Symbolic logic refers to the use of symbols and notation to represent logical relations accurately. Formal logic refers to the precise rules of inference and deduction used to analyze and prove mathematical statements. Mathematical reasoning involves the use of mathematical principles and methods to analyze and solve problems. These synonyms are all used interchangeably to describe the methods and principles of mathematical logic and the techniques used in mathematical proof and analysis.

# Synonyms for Mathematical logic:

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formal logic mathematical logic symbolic logic
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## What are the hypernyms for Mathematical logic?

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