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           analyze - Verb

ăn ə-līz

analyze - To examine the observations methodically by separating into parts and studying their cause/effect relationships.


an a·lyza·ble adj.
ana·ly·za tion
 (-lĭ-zā shən) n.
an  a·lyzer n.
Perhaps from French analyser, from analyse, analysis, from Greek analusis; see ANALYSIS

Medieval Latin, from Greek analusis, a dissolving, from
, to undo : ana-, throughout; see ana + lein, to loosen; see leu- in Appendix I.

Purposed observations leading to critical analysis!
(Regressing For Insight Into Physical And Behavioral Reality)

We use of our background of experiences and insights into physical and behavioral reality by
putting our analysis of observation into an ordered set
analyzing deeper and deeper into the causes of what we observe.



Show Spelled /əˈn¦ləsɪs/, Show IPA [uh-nal-uh-sis] noun, plural a·nal·y·ses Show Spelled /əˈnæləˌsiz/ Show IPA [uh-nal-uh-seez].

1. the separating of any material or abstract entity into its constituent elements (opposed to synthesis ).

2. this process as a method of studying the nature of something or of determining its essential features and their relations: the grammatical analysis of a sentence.

3. a presentation, usually in writing, of the results of this process: The paper published an analysis of the political situation.

4. a philosophical method of exhibiting complex concepts or propositions as compounds or functions of more basic ones.

5. Mathematics .

a. an investigation based on the properties of numbers.
b. the discussion of a problem by algebra, as opposed to geometry.
c. the branch of mathematics consisting of calculus and its higher developments.
d. a system of calculation, as combinatorial analysis or vector analysis.
e. a method of proving a proposition by assuming the result and working backward to something that is known to be true. Compare synthesis (  def 4 ) .
6. Chemistry .
a. intentionally produced decomposition or separation of materials into their ingredients or elements, as to find their kind or quantity.
b. the ascertainment of the kind or amount of one or more of the constituents of materials, whether obtained in separate form or not. Compare qualitative analysis, quantitative analysis.

7. psychoanalysis. 8. Computers. systems analysis.

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1575- 85;  < Neo-Latin  < Greek,  equivalent to analȳ́ ( ein ) to loosen up ( ana- ana- + lȳ́ein  to loosen) + -sis -sis

mis·a·nal·y·sis, noun, plural mis·a·nal·y·ses.
o·ver·a·nal·y·sis, noun, plural o·ver·a·nal·y·ses.
re·a·nal·y·sis, noun, plural re·a·nal·y·ses.
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World English Dictionary
analysis  (əˈnælɪsɪs)
- ” n  , pl -ses
1. Compare synthesis the division of a physical or abstract whole into its constituent parts to examine or determine their relationship or value
2. a statement of the results of this
3. short for psychoanalysis
4. chem
  a. the decomposition of a substance into its elements, radicals, or other constituents in order to determine the kinds of constituents present ( qualitative analysis ) or the amount of each constituent ( quantitative analysis )
  b. the result obtained by such a determination
5. linguistics  Compare synthesis the use of word order together with word function to express syntactic relations in a language, as opposed to the use of inflections
6. maths  the branch of mathematics principally concerned with the properties of functions, largely arising out of calculus
7. philosophy  Compare synthesis (in the writings of Kant) the separation of a concept from another that contains it
8. in the last analysis , in the final analysis , in the ultimate analysis  after everything has been given due consideration
[C16: from New Latin, from Greek analusis,  literally: a dissolving, from analuein,  from ana-  + luein  to loosen]

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Word Origin & History

1580s, "resolution of anything complex into simple elements" (opposite of synthesis), from M.L. analysis, from Gk. analysis "a breaking up," from analyein "unloose, release, set free," from ana "up, throughout" + lysis "a loosening," from lyein "to unfasten" (see lose). Psychological
sense is from 1890. Phrase in the final (or last) analysis (1844), translates Fr. en dernière analyse.
Online Etymology Dictionary, 2010 Douglas Harper
American Heritage
Medical Dictionary

analysis  a·nal·y·sis (ə-nāl'ĭ-sĭs)
n. pl. a·nal·y·ses  (-sēz')

  1.  The separation of a whole into its constituent parts for individual study.

  2.  The separation of a substance into its constituent elements to determine either their nature or proportions.

  3.  The stated findings of such a separation or determination.

  4.  Psychoanalysis.

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Science Dictionary
  1. The separation of a substance into its constituent elements, usually by chemical means, for the study and identification of each component.Qualitative analysis determines what substances are present in a compound. ◇ Quantitative analysis determines how much of each substance is present in a compound.

  2. A branch of mathematics concerned with limits and convergence and principally involving differential calculus, integral calculus, sequences, and series.

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Now a new analysis  finds that national culture, not innate ability, can account
  for some test differences.
We have a slightly different water cycle here: collection, distribution,
 analysis .
Conduct market research and competitive analysis .
In every respect, his analysis  proved prescient.
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2) Postulate Space 3-2-25-1_space.htm
2-1) Quantify A Point
2-2) Quantify A Line
2-3) Quantify A Plane
2-4) Quantify A Volume 
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3) Postulate Matter 3-2-25-2_matter.htm
3-1) Quantify Mater
3-2) Define Density
4) Postulate Motion 3-2-25-3_motion.htm