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Synonyms for numerate

to note (items) one by one so as to get a total

to name or specify one by one

Synonyms for numerate

read out loud as words written numbers

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able to understand and use numbers

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Because numeracy is about using mathematics to act in and on the world, people need to be numerate in a range of contexts (Steen, 2001).
So, from a hypothesis that younger gamblers are more numerate than they're given credit for, I end up with this suggestion: the traditional fixed-odds bookmaking and gambling companies should enter into a new joint venture with 'racing': buy the Tote (but allocate the Treasury a small percentage of the handle), and develop it with interesting and intriguing bets.
The focus consequently switched dramatically to "numeracy" but because the links between numeracy and school mathematics were not clearly understood many put their faith in their children knowing mathematics as opposed to what it really meant to be numerate and to be able to confidently use their mathematics outside of the mathematics classroom.
We are excited to be working on this project with TMT one of the few organizations with a vision to radically transform the drug discovery and development process," said Guido Lanza, Chief Executive Officer at Numerate.
So being numerate involves a disposition or a confidence that must exist in order for people to choose to use the mathematics they know.
This is why, some eight years after we introduced the national numeracy strategy, I believe the time is now right to review how we teach numeracy and to set out a plan for ensuring that every child is numerate by the time they leave primary school.
It was a privilege to work with Intellikine, which is moving rapidly ahead against a very promising target in cancer," stated Guido Lanza, President and Chief Executive Officer of Numerate.
No-one is allowed to walk on the wall, least of all an army of numerate Netherlanders.
My clear recollection is that my comrades in the ranks were literate and numerate and had to be in order to be trained to army standards.
Mr Bladen said all children should be numerate, but if 14 to 16-year-olds no longer study more advanced concepts such as quadratic equations and trigonometry, it would leave the subject to teenagers that actually enjoyed it.
CBI director general Digby Jones said: "The top priority must be ensuring young people are literate, numerate and ready for work.
To make their discoveries, Numerate scientists run their platform on Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), allowing them to search through spaces of hundreds of millions of compounds to identify those with the highest probability of activity against a specific target.
Of the UK's 117 vice-chancellors, 102 are men, 14 come from abroad and 70 have taken science or other numerate degrees.
While all children should be numerate, ending the rule 14 to 16-year-olds had to study more advanced concepts such as quadratic equations and trigonometry would leave the subject to teenagers who actually enjoyed it.