[
US
/ˌmæθəˈmætɪks/
]
[ UK /mˌæθɪmˈætɪks/ ]
[ UK /mˌæθɪmˈætɪks/ ]
NOUN
- a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement
How To Use mathematics In A Sentence
- It is time to take a look at this most outstanding work on algebra in Greek mathematics.
- Entry requirements are five passes in the Leaving Certificate including mathematics and English and one higher level grade C.
- Lucy's better at mathematics than I am.
- Group theory is one of a number of branches of mathematics that have proven useful to chemists and physicists in their work.
- These would need to be based upon deeper and deeper insights into the nature of the mathematics involved.
- Trigonometry is a branch of mathematics.
- Tough as steel in his adherence to principle, resilient, placable, self-less and generous beyond the dictates of fashion, steadfast in friendship, but not at the price of reason, he strides the world of mathematics a happy warrior.
- Thus natural science will be subalternate to mathematics, for even though mathematics is not the science of the higher form, of light, considered in itself, it does govern the way in which light realizes itself in space. Medieval Theories of Demonstration
- By that time, the patterns of usage - still being developed as far as mathematics is concerned - will have become fairly clear.
- The chapters that follow deal mainly with mathematics.