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I suppose what I'm really saying is the word 'identically' is redundant in the sentence. So then I wonder, is it always redundant. So far, I think, yes. So I'm curious about whether a case exists where it isn't.
In math such an example, I think, doesn't exist. But, either way, the question is a bit ambiguous.
Ok, thank you.
and also eg.
If you google the two word phrase you'll get more examples.
Meanwhile, here's a challenge for members:
Find an example where you cannot leave out the word 'identically' without changing the meaning.
x-x is identically equal to 0 because it is 0 for any value of x.
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