Definition of quantic in English:

quantic

Syllabification: quan·tic
Pronunciation: /ˈkwäntik
 
/

noun

Mathematics
A homogeneous function of two or more variables having rational and irrational coefficients.
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  • Maschke's second area of work was on differential geometry in particular the theory of quadratic differential quantics.
  • However his most important contribution was the book ‘An Introduction to the Algebra of Quantics’ which was first published in 1895.
  • The math term ‘quantic’ means ‘a rational integral homogenous function of two or more variables,’ which is a fancy way of saying ‘two great tastes that taste great together.’

Origin

mid 19th century: from Latin quantus 'how great, how much' + -ic.

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