- Determined by impulse rather than reason.
- Chosen for no reason, somewhat random.
- Outcome usually technically logical.
Etymology: From arbitrarius, from arbiter - eye-witness, on-looker; judge, overseer, lord; executor. Mainly in legal context.
- The equation is true for an value of x.
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