math vs maths

math maths

Definitions

  • 1) A mowing; what is gathered from mowing.
  • 2) uncountable Short for mathematics.
  • 3) Hinduism, Jainism Short for matha.
  • 4) countable A math course.
  • 5) uncountable Arithmetic calculations; (see do the math).
  • 6) Mathematics.
  • 7) obsolete A mowing, or that which is gathered by mowing; -- chiefly used in composition.
  • 8) a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement
  • 9) A mowing, or what is gathered from mowing.
  • 10) An abbreviation of mathematics and mathematical.
  • 11) An abbreviation of mathematician.

Definitions

  • 1) informal, UK Short for mathematics.
  • 2) Mathematics.
  • 3) a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement

Examples

  • 1) This year they hope to recruit 20 older people to teach maths and science.
  • 2) Some 800 maths and science teaching posts are unfilled.
  • 3) It means changing a situation in which many schools have difficulties in recruiting, especially in maths and physics.
  • 4) B grades in maths, physics and chemistry.
  • 5) Recruitment problems are particularly acute in maths, physics, computer science and design and technology.
  • 6) There are shortages of teachers in maths and the sciences.
  • 7) She does not wish to take maths.
  • 8) Some maths courses may require further maths.
  • 9) You do need maths for physics because the language of nature appears to be mathematical.
  • 10) Playing music can help maths and science.
  • 11) Economics likes to present itself as a savvy combination of maths and philosophical science.
  • 12) She said she enjoyed the job because she was good at maths and physics and liked making things.
  • 13) Some also said that students had a weak command of English and maths.
  • 14) Many of our students take science, maths and further maths.
  • 15) Minimum requirements for the course are A* in maths and further maths.
  • 16) The college reported not finding a sufficient number of British students with strong enough physics and maths.
  • 17) This is the situation in core subjects like maths, science and modern languages.
  • 18) He was predicted five A* passes as he decided only six months ago to take additional further maths.
  • 19) Or maths and further maths?
  • 20) Unless you have a maths or statistics degree, a powerful computer and years of experience you are unlikely to be able to do this.
  • 21) These are maths, maths and philosophy, and maths and statistics.
  • 22) Scouting lessons were better than English or maths, she said.
  • 23) Some of our students will take Additional maths.
  • 24) GCSE grades in English and maths will be those most closely watched as they are compulsory within all these performance measures.
  • 25) These cover health and social care, maths and statistics and art and design, the latter building on its international reputation in transport and product design.
  • 26) The total PhD number for blacks in math is often in the single digits nationwide.
  • 27) Colloquially we say “four hundred and sixty-three,” for example, but the convention in math is that “and” stands for a decimal: 463 is “four hundred sixty-three”, 4.63 is “four AND sixty-three hundreths.”
  • 28) He holds a bachelor's degree in math from the University of Delhi and an MBA in marketing and finance from the Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad.
  • 29) The only way to be strong in math is to put the time in.
  • 30) Very little math is happening in math classes today, but then the WASL requires very little basic math.
  • 31) A survey of middle-school girls reveals that their self-confidence in math suffers when their parents believe the gender stereotype that holds that math is a male domain and when the parents give unsolicited help with homework.
  • 32) If getting higher scores in math is 'smart' then maybe South Indians would trump North Indians.
  • 33) I should not admit that Luke is following an unjustifiable archaism in using the term mathētai so frequently in Acts. [690] Is not a restriction of the idea voiced as early as Matt.x. 42 (hos an potisē hena tōn mikrōn toutōn potērion psuchroō monon eis onoma mathētou)?
  • 34) She "calulated," her math is as bad as her english.
  • 35) If my math is accurate, they receive an average of six stories per day, which means five out of six hit the cutting room floor.
  • 36) ‘It was laborious and tedious and horrible, but it got me interested in math.’
  • 37) ‘At my hotel, a professor came every morning to teach math and reading skills to the workers.’
  • 38) ‘He has also complained that they've kept him from teaching math to his fellow inmates.’
  • 39) ‘This philosopher made a name for himself by using math to solve science hundreds of years ago.’
  • 40) ‘If you can add and know the difference between a one and a zero, you can do binary math.’
  • 41) ‘I think my sensibilities were running more towards arts and humanities than math and science.’
  • 42) ‘This brings me to my next point, which is how highly treasured math and science are.’
  • 43) ‘More undergraduates need to be motivated to specialize in math or the sciences.’
  • 44) ‘Do various science or math theories belong, at all, in the world of literary criticism?’
  • 45) ‘We had started some math and they took to it as quickly as they had words and letters.’
  • 46) ‘You had to know the length of your title and then do some math to get you to the right place to start.’
  • 47) ‘It's not giving the kids much of a break if everything has to teach them about tolerance or math.’
  • 48) ‘Students in math know that the essence of the subject lies in theorems and proofs.’
  • 49) ‘In fact, it looked as though he had forgotten how to do math altogether.’
  • 50) ‘During the day my mind was occupied with thoughts of math, literature, English, and history.’
  • 51) ‘He always came top of the class in math so I thought he would be useful for once.’
  • 52) ‘I chuckle and look back to where my ancestors, several hundred years ago, began learning to do math.’
  • 53) ‘The math is dumbed down a bit as is necessary for a mass market book like this.’
  • 54) ‘Also, it was said that the review recommended that math and physics come together a bit.’
  • 55) ‘It was the first time in my life that I understood why people are terrified of math.’

Examples

  • 1) Then it is time to sit the GCSE maths exam we have brought with us.
  • 2) Fifteen minutes into a one-hour GCSE maths exam and already students are looking around.
  • 3) First, the nation is crying out for maths and science teachers, and this is often a strength of those who have been in business.
  • 4) Who could be bothered to do their maths homework after that?
  • 5) Well then they have to let you finish your maths homework.
  • 6) She is having problems with her maths homework.
  • 7) How the hell does this maths homework work?
  • 8) The setting of projects and other large pieces of written and maths homework is pointless and possibly detrimental.
  • 9) Not enough maths or science teachers.
  • 10) We certainly don't have enough in the current maths and computer science departments of schools.
  • 11) We are 55th for the quality of maths and science education.
  • 12) It performs poorly in international league tables for reading, maths and science.
  • 13) Maybe it would work if pupils were required to pass basic English and maths exams before they left.
  • 14) I failed my maths exam and was worried.
  • 15) This may be because coursework was dropped from the maths GCSE last year.
  • 16) She has been refused entry because she does not have maths GCSE.
  • 17) Particularly now that maths GCSE is getting harder.
  • 18) Only when course work was abolished for maths GCSE did they pull ahead.
  • 19) There were also complaints about harsh grading of GCSE maths exams.
  • 20) GCSE maths teaches the concepts, but not enough of their application.
  • 21) The GCSE maths exam is almost devoid of maths.
  • 22) ‘He succeeded at bridge and his maths and mental arithmetic scores jumped by two years.’
  • 23) ‘He corrects some maths and mathematical terms and gets a less dramatic result.’
  • 24) ‘Of course, no class on maths and the visual arts would be complete without fractals.’
  • 25) ‘We also use maths in this situation to establish the limitations of the model and accuracy of the answer.’
  • 26) ‘If they find they can't do it at school, they might come to dread the weekly maths lessons and tests.’
  • 27) ‘One school of thought is that we should study maths because employers want it.’
  • 28) ‘An easy way to prove this result is by induction, if you have covered that method in your maths classes.’
  • 29) ‘It will certainly generate enthusiasm for maths, and the web site is fun to use.’
  • 30) ‘The final way that maths could make you rich and famous is the main subject of this article.’
  • 31) ‘This is exactly what we shall do here to try to get a feel for why maths is so useful.’
  • 32) ‘Both are maths teachers and were the main influence on her choice of career.’
  • 33) ‘I once spent a very miserable year with a maths teacher who delighted in picking on me above all others.’
  • 34) ‘Maybe I was just bitter because I actually had to listen to our maths teacher for once.’
  • 35) ‘He clearly relishes his role as the maths teacher we all wish we'd had at school.’
  • 36) ‘Both have been fascinated by maths, computers and programming from an early age.’
  • 37) ‘The question on a maths paper was said to be impossible to answer because the diagrams were wrong.’
  • 38) ‘A degree in maths and computer science has also had its influence on the production.’
  • 39) ‘This time I went for the triangle model which took a lot of mental maths and figuring out.’
  • 40) ‘A good standard of maths is also required as there is a high mathematical content to the course.’
  • 41) ‘The main teacher shortages are for subjects such as maths and design and technology.’
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