Almost always

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'Almost always or Almost everywhere or Almost all are phrases that mean all but a finite number[1]

TODO: But in measure theory and probability it means all but a set of measure zero


  • [ilmath]f<10[/ilmath] almost everywhere
    The set [ilmath]\{x\vert f(x)\ge 10\} [/ilmath] is finite (assuming that f runs over natural numbers, of course)


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  1. Algebra - Serge Lang - Revised Third Edition - GTM