# approximation definition

• noun:
• The work, process, or results of approximating.
• Mathematics An inexact result sufficient for certain purpose.
• The act, process or outcome of approximating.
• An imprecise solution or result that's sufficient for a definite purpose.
• The work of bringing together the sides of tissue is sutured.
• The act of approximating; a drawing, advancing or being almost; strategy; also, caused by approximating.
• a technique for a proper estimate, calculation, or conception, or to a given volume, quality, etc.
• A continual approach or coming nearer to an effect.
• A value which almost but not precisely correct.
• The work of approximating; a drawing, moving, or advancing near in area, position, level, or relation; strategy; distance.
• In math and physical: A continual way of a genuine result; the method in which the worthiness of a quantity is calculated with continually increasing exactness without ever being actually ascertained
• an outcome therefore obtained; an outcome that will be perhaps not rigorously exact, it is therefore near the truth concerning be adequate for a given function.
• an approximate calculation of volume or level or really worth
• the act of bringing near or bringing together especially the slice edges of muscle
• the grade of coming near to identification (especially close-in quantity)
• an imprecise or incomplete account

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