What Is a Mathematical System?

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A Mathematical System is a model using mathematical concept and language. Modeling a mathematical concept requires identifying and selecting relevant aspects of a real world situation. Mathematical systems are used in disciplines such as engineering, social sciences, statistics and operations research.
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