Meaning of MATHEMATICS in English

MATHEMATICS

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a branch of mathematics/physics/biology etc

higher mathematics

teach (sb) English/mathematics/history etc

He taught geography at the local secondary school.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

applied

A good part of engineering is applied mathematics .

Options are also available in modern applied mathematics .

Previous study of statistics, computing and applied mathematics is not a requirement.

On his return in 1891, Knott was appointed lecturer in mathematics and in 1892 reader in applied mathematics at Edinburgh University.

high

The latter process demands a knowledge of higher mathematics , the strength of materials and thousands of bits of wisdom.

But anomalies like these should not be blamed on linguistics, higher mathematics or the new history.

Half of the high school mathematics teachers in California are said to lack even a minor in math.

They found that young people with higher basic mathematics and reading skills earned more in the labor market.

pure

Even in pure mathematics , he met with one bitter disappointment.

This was in addition to its being an elegant and logical piece of pure mathematics .

It was a piece of pure mathematics that could easily be applied to letters and pictures on a page.

And it is not some realm of pure mathematics , which is in itself a mere abstraction.

Applications within pure mathematics other than those found in the text are far too numerous and diverse to mention here.

There are no other types of proposition except pure mathematics and logic.

Mathematics 1A is a traditional first-year pure mathematics course covering calculus, analysis and algebra.

■ NOUN

curriculum

I often ask to see rough work from other areas of the mathematics curriculum .

We are long overdue for a complete overhaul of the mathematics curriculum at all levels.

The principles of design which emerge from this development will be available for application to further areas of the mathematics curriculum .

The mathematics curriculum is much broader now than it was at the time of the 11+.

At Thomas Buxton school developing our mathematics curriculum is a continuing process.

It is against this background that we turn to the mathematics curriculum and ask what mathematics is relevant to real life.

As: The primary mathematics curriculum was arithmetic.

education

The history of education in general, and mathematics education in particular, is riddled with attempts to nullify basic tensions.

Charles Godfrey, who helped found mathematics education as a discipline in its own right.

school

Half of the high school mathematics teachers in California are said to lack even a minor in math.

Let us consider an example taken from familiar school mathematics .

teacher

I was welcomed as the new physics teacher , although I had expressly stated that I was primarily a mathematics teacher.

Half of the high school mathematics teachers in California are said to lack even a minor in math.

■ VERB

apply

We often deprive our students of the ability to apply their mathematics .

learn

Alternatively, girls would have to be presumed to have a lower ability to learn mathematics than boys.

I have learned that there are no special practices or techniques we must learn in order to teach mathematics to our bilingual children.

Assessing the effectiveness of learning mathematics by investigative methods; an open learning approach to investigative methods in mathematics.

Using business software can make a great deal of difference to learning mathematics , because of its flexible open-ended nature as described above.

study

Smith was brought up in Newark in Nottinghamshire and he left his home town to study mathematics at Leeds University.

Entered University of Chicago at 15 to study mathematics and philosophy.

I studied mathematics for some years at school and I have not totally forgotten all of them.

In the evenings he studied metallurgy and mathematics until the age of twenty-two.

John Hebbes was a second year student, studying mathematics .

He studied languages, mathematics , and philosophy at Trinity College, Dublin, where he became a Fellow in 1707.

teach

My experience as a learner has markedly affected the way I teach mathematics .

The new standards are part of a revolution in the teaching of mathematics that parallels the revolution in the teaching of writing.

I have learned that there are no special practices or techniques we must learn in order to teach mathematics to our bilingual children.

For the past three years, he taught mathematics at Sonoma State University and led protests against higher student fees.

Now that the study of Latin has declined, interest has focused on how problem solving is taught in mathematics classes.

In 1985 she stopped teaching college mathematics , dumped her belongings and trashed her apartment.

It was, however, a shock to find out that, as a teacher, I was responsible for teaching mathematics .

use

You can now use straight forward mathematics to work out the distance between your finger and your face.

We use a mathematics that other people evolved...

The first was to use mathematics , the second was to ask Einstein.

We need to look more closely at the applications of mathematics and to consider using mathematics to challenge racist assumptions.

All centres using National Certificate mathematics provision were requested to submit comments which would be of assistance to the review.

Digital or computer simulation uses the medium of mathematics to represent a system and its behaviour.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

He talked about them as if they, like mathematics , were a subject to be mastered.

I often ask to see rough work from other areas of the mathematics curriculum.

In the same vein there has been a long-standing tendency to equate rationality with logic, and logic with mathematics .

It said that girls were overlooked in the classroom and trailed boys in mathematics and computer science.

ProTech students were taking more rigorous mathematics and science courses than their peers, although their grades were not substantially better.

The book of nature, he insisted, had been written in the language of mathematics .

Three schoolmasters lived in the house: one taught Latin, one mathematics and one music.

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