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
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He taught geography at the local secondary school.
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
■ ADJECTIVE
applied
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A good part of engineering is applied mathematics .
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Options are also available in modern applied mathematics .
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Previous study of statistics, computing and applied mathematics is not a requirement.
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On his return in 1891, Knott was appointed lecturer in mathematics and in 1892 reader in applied mathematics at Edinburgh University.
high
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The latter process demands a knowledge of higher mathematics , the strength of materials and thousands of bits of wisdom.
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But anomalies like these should not be blamed on linguistics, higher mathematics or the new history.
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Half of the high school mathematics teachers in California are said to lack even a minor in math.
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They found that young people with higher basic mathematics and reading skills earned more in the labor market.
pure
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Even in pure mathematics , he met with one bitter disappointment.
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This was in addition to its being an elegant and logical piece of pure mathematics .
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It was a piece of pure mathematics that could easily be applied to letters and pictures on a page.
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And it is not some realm of pure mathematics , which is in itself a mere abstraction.
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Applications within pure mathematics other than those found in the text are far too numerous and diverse to mention here.
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There are no other types of proposition except pure mathematics and logic.
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Mathematics 1A is a traditional firstyear pure mathematics course covering calculus, analysis and algebra.
■ NOUN
curriculum
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I often ask to see rough work from other areas of the mathematics curriculum .
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We are long overdue for a complete overhaul of the mathematics curriculum at all levels.
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The principles of design which emerge from this development will be available for application to further areas of the mathematics curriculum .
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The mathematics curriculum is much broader now than it was at the time of the 11+.
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At Thomas Buxton school developing our mathematics curriculum is a continuing process.
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It is against this background that we turn to the mathematics curriculum and ask what mathematics is relevant to real life.
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As: The primary mathematics curriculum was arithmetic.
education
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The history of education in general, and mathematics education in particular, is riddled with attempts to nullify basic tensions.
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Charles Godfrey, who helped found mathematics education as a discipline in its own right.
school
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Half of the high school mathematics teachers in California are said to lack even a minor in math.
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Let us consider an example taken from familiar school mathematics .
teacher
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I was welcomed as the new physics teacher , although I had expressly stated that I was primarily a mathematics teacher.
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Half of the high school mathematics teachers in California are said to lack even a minor in math.
■ VERB
apply
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We often deprive our students of the ability to apply their mathematics .
learn
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Alternatively, girls would have to be presumed to have a lower ability to learn mathematics than boys.
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I have learned that there are no special practices or techniques we must learn in order to teach mathematics to our bilingual children.
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Assessing the effectiveness of learning mathematics by investigative methods; an open learning approach to investigative methods in mathematics.
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Using business software can make a great deal of difference to learning mathematics , because of its flexible openended nature as described above.
study
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Smith was brought up in Newark in Nottinghamshire and he left his home town to study mathematics at Leeds University.
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Entered University of Chicago at 15 to study mathematics and philosophy.
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I studied mathematics for some years at school and I have not totally forgotten all of them.
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In the evenings he studied metallurgy and mathematics until the age of twentytwo.
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John Hebbes was a second year student, studying mathematics .
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He studied languages, mathematics , and philosophy at Trinity College, Dublin, where he became a Fellow in 1707.
teach
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My experience as a learner has markedly affected the way I teach mathematics .
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The new standards are part of a revolution in the teaching of mathematics that parallels the revolution in the teaching of writing.
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I have learned that there are no special practices or techniques we must learn in order to teach mathematics to our bilingual children.
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For the past three years, he taught mathematics at Sonoma State University and led protests against higher student fees.
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Now that the study of Latin has declined, interest has focused on how problem solving is taught in mathematics classes.
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In 1985 she stopped teaching college mathematics , dumped her belongings and trashed her apartment.
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It was, however, a shock to find out that, as a teacher, I was responsible for teaching mathematics .
use
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You can now use straight forward mathematics to work out the distance between your finger and your face.
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We use a mathematics that other people evolved...
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The first was to use mathematics , the second was to ask Einstein.
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We need to look more closely at the applications of mathematics and to consider using mathematics to challenge racist assumptions.
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All centres using National Certificate mathematics provision were requested to submit comments which would be of assistance to the review.
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Digital or computer simulation uses the medium of mathematics to represent a system and its behaviour.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
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He talked about them as if they, like mathematics , were a subject to be mastered.
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I often ask to see rough work from other areas of the mathematics curriculum.
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In the same vein there has been a longstanding tendency to equate rationality with logic, and logic with mathematics .
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It said that girls were overlooked in the classroom and trailed boys in mathematics and computer science.
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ProTech students were taking more rigorous mathematics and science courses than their peers, although their grades were not substantially better.
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The book of nature, he insisted, had been written in the language of mathematics .
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Three schoolmasters lived in the house: one taught Latin, one mathematics and one music.
Longman DOCE5 Extras English vocabulary. Дополнительный английский словарь Longman DOCE5. 2012