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Mathematics

Meanings and phrases

mathematics

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n.
  1. a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement; math; maths

applied mathematics

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n.
  1. the branches of mathematics that are involved in the study of the physical or biological or sociological world; applied math
E.g.
  • Studied theoretical physics and applied mathematics, B.A.
  • She switched studies and graduated in applied mathematics.
  • He received his Ph.D. in applied mathematics from UCLA in 1996.

department of mathematics

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n.
  1. the academic department responsible for teaching and research in mathematics; mathematics department

mathematics department

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the academic department responsible for teaching and research in mathematics; department of mathematics
E.g.
  • Upon arrival at Smith, he taught in the mathematics department.
  • From 1963 to 1967, Goldman served as the chair of the mathematics department of U.
  • The main offerings of the mathematics department are those required by New York for graduation.

mathematics teacher

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n.
  1. someone who teaches mathematics; math teacher
E.g.
  • Nathan Roberts was a mathematics teacher and land speculator.
  • Outside of his NFL duties, he is a middle school mathematics teacher.
  • She spent most of her subsequent career as a secondary school mathematics teacher.

pure mathematics

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n.
  1. the branches of mathematics that study and develop the principles of mathematics for their own sake rather than for their immediate usefulness
E.g.
  • Soon, he began applying his gauge-theoretic expertise to pure mathematics.
  • By this time, he was interested in pure mathematics as well as in applications.
  • Peirce's most important work in pure mathematics was in logical and foundational areas.

mathematics and science

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  • Standards in mathematics and science would also be strengthened.
  • taught mathematics and science.
  • Reflects on grade level reading, mathematics and science achievement.

professor of mathematics

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  • He is a professor of mathematics at Columbia University.
  • She is a professor of mathematics at Louisiana State University.
  • Later he became professor of mathematics at the same institution.

studied mathematics

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  • Choron studied mathematics at the collège de Juilly.
  • He studied mathematics at the University of Lausanne.
  • He studied mathematics at the University of Amsterdam.

reading and mathematics

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  • Sixth and seventh grades have been tested in reading and mathematics since 2006.
  • The testing of 8th grade in reading and mathematics began in 1999, as a state initiative.

degree in mathematics

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  • degree in mathematics from Hunter College of the City University of New York.
  • He attended Columbia University, graduating in 2010 with a degree in mathematics.
  • Dyson completed a bachelor's degree in mathematics at Brandeis University in 1997.

mathematics and physics

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  • Bright students participate in mathematics and physics Olympiads.
  • in both mathematics and physics.
  • His wife is from Margetshöchheim and teaches mathematics and physics.

physics and mathematics

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  • In 2015, the awards were focused on physics and mathematics.
  • McEvoy is a physics and mathematics student at Griffith University.
  • He was educated in France and holds doctorates in physics and mathematics.

taught mathematics

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  • Cope taught mathematics as an instructor at Vassar in 1935-36.
  • Afterwards, he returned to Chile, where he taught mathematics.
  • In 1946 he went to Cheltenham College where he taught mathematics.

science and mathematics

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  • His best subjects were science and mathematics.
  • When she was in school, she developed her interest in science and mathematics.
  • In Sabah, UEC-JML science and mathematics are available in Chinese and English.

mathematics education

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  • She is a professor of mathematics education at the University of Hamburg.
  • This subject constitutes a major part of contemporary mathematics education.
  • Downs studied college students majoring in mathematics and mathematics education.

mathematics achievement

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  • The score reflects on grade level: reading, science, writing and mathematics achievement.

branch of mathematics

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  • Probability theory is a branch of mathematics.
  • It is the branch of mathematics that includes calculus.
  • Currently, analytic geometry designates an active branch of mathematics.

writing and mathematics

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  • The score reflects on grade level: reading, science, writing and mathematics achievement.

remediation in mathematics

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  • According to a Pennsylvania Department of Education study released in January 2009, 14% of Mid Valley School graduates required remediation in mathematics and or reading before they were prepared to take college level courses in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education or community colleges.
  • According to a Pennsylvania Department of Education study released in January 2009, 18% of Derry Area High School graduates required remediation in mathematics and or reading before they were prepared to take college level courses in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education or community colleges.
  • According to a Pennsylvania Department of Education study released in January 2009, 38% of Conrad Weiser High School graduates required remediation in mathematics and or reading before they were prepared to take college level courses in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education or community colleges.

mathematics professor

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  • He is a mathematics professor at Brown University.
  • Mrowka is married to MIT mathematics professor Gigliola Staffilani.
  • In 1883 he was elected mathematics professor in the "Gymnasium" of Zurich.

mathematics and computer

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  • She studied mathematics and computer science at Moscow State University.
  • Early CAD was primarily geometry driven (using mathematics and computer science).
  • The rectangles and circles represent her contributions to mathematics and computer science.

study mathematics

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  • He arranged for her to study mathematics at Heidelberg University.
  • He began to study mathematics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1954 while serving in the army.
  • When Johns Hopkins University was founded in 1876, he had the opportunity to study mathematics, his true passion.

level in mathematics

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  • Among third (3rd) graders, just 53% were on grade level in reading and 30% were on grade level in mathematics.
  • Mid Valley Elementary Center sixth (6th) graders were 62% on grade level in reading and just 41% were on grade level in mathematics.

history of mathematics

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  • In 1916 he published a guide to the study of history of mathematics.
  • The history of mathematics is inextricably intertwined with the subject itself.
  • A reviewer noted Loria wrote a history of mathematics and was especially concerned with the history of mathematics in Italy and among the ancient Greeks.

areas of mathematics

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  • Reproducing kernels are common in other areas of mathematics as well.
  • Many areas of mathematics can be formalised by category theory as categories.
  • Infinitely long sentences arise in areas of mathematics including topology and model theory.

teaching mathematics

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  • A self-taught mathematician, he earned a living by teaching mathematics while still a youth.
  • This did not go well, and meanwhile he spent time teaching mathematics to first year engineering students.
  • After teaching mathematics at Robert College in Istanbul, he joined the history faculty of Ohio State University in 1937.

philosophy of mathematics

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  • He is known for his expertise on epistemology, decision theory, mathematical logic and philosophy of mathematics.
  • He lectured on the philosophy of mathematics, and on mechanics, analytics and descriptive and projective geometry.
  • This program is still recognizable in the most popular philosophy of mathematics, where it is usually called "formalism".

mathematics skills

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  • She taught him mathematics skills and tutored him to improve his writing.
  • Schwarz's mathematics skills were considered one of his strengths as a reporter, particularly in his investigation of football brain injuries.
  • This study compared the handedness of a group of engineering students with strong mathematics skills against the handedness of a group of psychology students (of varying mathematics skills).

mathematics and astronomy

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  • He spent the rest of his life as professor of mathematics and astronomy at Melbourne.
  • Amongst others, this was to celebrate Ibn Al-Haytham's achievements in optics, mathematics and astronomy.
  • It is named for Cornelia Strong, professor of mathematics and astronomy in the University from 1905 to 1948.

level mathematics

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  • A later study (see below) found that graduates of the Core-Plus curriculum entering Michigan State University have placed into increasingly lower level mathematics courses as the implementation of the curriculum has progressed.
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