# Approximation in a sentence ðŸ”Š

#### Definition of Approximation

The act, process or result of approximating. | (mathematics) An imprecise solution or result that is adequate for a defined purpose. | (medicine) The act of bringing together the edges of tissue to be sutured.

## Short Example Sentence for Approximation

- 1. Denotes
**approximation**or addition. ðŸ”Š - 2. But numerous instances of fearful
**approximation**exist. ðŸ”Š - 3. The
**approximation**to the German is manifest. ðŸ”Š - 4. The frog is a much nearer
**approximation**to this character than the toad. ðŸ”Š - 5. It is observable that this is a point of
**approximation**to the African nations! ðŸ”Š - 6. This system is a near
**approximation**to J.C. Maxwell's cage. ðŸ”Š - 7. This meeting, if not a witches' Sabbath, was a close
**approximation**to one. ðŸ”Š

## How to use Approximation in Sentence?

- 1. There are different routes of
**approximation**to the same limiting set of the properties of nature. ðŸ”Š - 2. Let us see whether we cannot make at least an
**approximation**to such a statement. ðŸ”Š - 3. The colouring with an
**approximation**to flesh tints produces that effect, to my apprehension. ðŸ”Š - 4. This
**approximation**tells us nothing as yet of the real distance of the orb of night. ðŸ”Š - 5. There is an
**approximation**to bare meaning on the one hand, and bare existence on the other. ðŸ”Š - 6. The 15th of October came, the date of the nearest
**approximation**of the comet to the planet. ðŸ”Š - 7. Yet it is our duty and especially the duty of those of the legal profession to attain to such
**approximation**as may be possible. ðŸ”Š - 8. The results are not very accordant, but nevertheless a considerable
**approximation**to truth has been arrived at. ðŸ”Š - 9. At the fauces, the constriction being due to
**approximation**of the root of the tongue and the soft palate. ðŸ”Š - 10. We could not arrive at any
**approximation**to the numbers of the white men nor of the years elapsed since they were lost. ðŸ”Š - 11. Ten years ago a similar
**approximation**could hardly have been arrived at for a temperature of 1000 deg. ðŸ”Š - 12. Professors, journalists, and lecturers are our nearest
**approximation**to workers in the literary field. ðŸ”Š - 13. In two other islands there is an
**approximation**towards mimicry, although it is not so perfect as in the two preceding cases. ðŸ”Š - 14. This is rather a rough description in view of the real complication of the historical facts, but it is an
**approximation**to the truth. ðŸ”Š - 15. They show in their history their origin, their growth, their gradual
**approximation**to the perfect form. ðŸ”Š - 16. But, since there is no approach to uniformity among patients, no
**approximation**to definite time can be stated. ðŸ”Š - 17. There is, as yet, no
**approximation**to unanimity of decision, though the way has been cleared of many errors. ðŸ”Š - 18. A method of using the tables, by which a closer
**approximation**to the true temperature may be reached, will be pointed out in a subsequent article. ðŸ”Š - 19. The position of nearest
**approximation**is limited by the abutting of the hook at the end of the lever, M, against the side of the filter. ðŸ”Š - 20. Every convergent is a nearer
**approximation**to the value of the whole fraction than any fraction whose denominator is less than that of the convergent. ðŸ”Š - 21. Accordingly there are different types of extrinsic character of convergence which lead to the
**approximation**to different types of intrinsic characters as limits. ðŸ”Š - 22. On the other hand an event-particle is defined so as to exhibit this character of being a route of
**approximation**marked out by entities posited in sense-awareness. ðŸ”Š - 23. According to the investigations of Sydney Young, this holds good with a high degree of
**approximation**for a long series of substances. ðŸ”Š - 24. It will be seen that even in the reign of the second emperor a considerable
**approximation**is made to that condition of the law and that mode of administering it with which we are all familiar. ðŸ”Š - 25. If this be the case the formulae of both assumptions will obviously reduce to a close
**approximation**to the formulae of the second assumption which are the ordinary formulae of dynamical textbooks. ðŸ”Š - 26. This
**approximation**corresponds to a relative value of a few hundred-thousandths, and it far exceeds those hitherto attained by the best experimenters. ðŸ”Š - 27. The differentials which would be established from a consideration of such material could not claim to be more than a practical
**approximation**to the differentials which would carry out the intention of the policy. ðŸ”Š - 28. Thus an abstractive element is the group of routes of
**approximation**to a definite intrinsic character of ideal simplicity to be found as a limit among natural facts. ðŸ”Š - 29. But what we actually perceive is an
**approximation**to the instantaneous space indicated by event-particles which lie within some moment of the time-system associated with our awareness. ðŸ”Š - 30. I will illustrate by examples from three northern authors, given not exactly in the order of time, but in that of their
**approximation**to full attainment. ðŸ”Š - 31. Perhaps the English phrase to "deal a blow," to "lend a blow," is the nearest
**approximation**to this curious idiom. ðŸ”Š - 32. There is a great difference in different constitutions, and even in the same person at different times, in consequence of which we must be satisfied with an
**approximation**to the truth. ðŸ”Š - 33. In perception when we see things moving in an
**approximation**to an instantaneous space, the future lines of motion as immediately perceived are rects which are never traversed. ðŸ”Š