# Almost always

From Maths

## Contents

## Meaning

'*Almost always or Almost everywhere or Almost all* are phrases that mean

*all but a finite number*

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

## Examples

- [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)

- The set [ilmath]\{x\vert f(x)\ge 10\} [/ilmath] is finite (assuming that

## Note

The template {{a.e}} which looks like "** a.e**" can be used where needed and will link here (it is actually a link, but on this page it doesn't show as one because it links to this very page!)

## References

- ↑ Algebra - Serge Lang - Revised Third Edition - GTM