indetermination

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indetermination

[in-di-tur-muh-ney-shuhn]
noun
1.
the quality or condition of being indeterminate.
2.
an unsettled state, as of the mind.

Origin:
1610–20; indeterminate + -ion

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indeterminate (ˌɪndɪˈtɜːmɪnɪt)
 
adj
1.  uncertain in extent, amount, or nature
2.  not definite; inconclusive: an indeterminate reply
3.  unable to be predicted, calculated, or deduced
4.  physics (of an effect) not obeying the law of causality; noncausal
5.  maths
 a.  having no numerical meaning, as 0.00 or 0/0
 b.  (of an equation) having more than one variable and an unlimited number of solutions
6.  botany another word for indefinite
7.  (of a structure, framework, etc) comprising forces that cannot be fully analysed, esp by vector analysis
 
inde'terminacy
 
n
 
indetermi'nation
 
n
 
inde'terminateness
 
n
 
inde'terminately
 
adv

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There is indetermination on these points and others in some few eases.
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