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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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Numerate is a privately-held computational drug design company that harnesses the computational power of the cloud and the ever-increasing amounts of drug discovery data by applying proprietary artificial intelligence algorithms.
A numerate person has positive dispositions--a willingness and confidence to engage with tasks, independently and in collaboration with others, and apply their mathematical knowledge flexibly and adaptively.
The more numerate the punter is in this environment, the better his or her chances.
A study showed that half have a reading age of 11, a fifth of seven while four per cent are as numerate and literate as five-year-olds.
Does it mean something that turns out literate and numerate beings at the end of several years?
Half of Levine's book treats modernization from the top down, that is, the feudal and military revolutions, which involve a revolution in land tenure and inheritance law and the enserfment of agrarian workers, and the bureaucratization of government (the modernization theorists' "state formation") complete with literate and numerate record-keeping.
Licensure, for the most part, has served its basic purpose of keeping dangerous people out of the classroom, ensuring that teachers are literate and numerate, and enforcing training and coursework requirements.
Far from being a backward, semi-pagan lot, these highlanders were as numerate and Christian as lowland tenants and sharecroppers, and seemingly more sociable as well.
If the local school board is producing an acceptable educational result -- literate, numerate students -- then it should be left alone.
But he was extremely numerate, a skilled horse trader and he rarely lost money on an animal.
To others, the circles suggest the action of microwave-generated ball lightning, numerate whirlwinds, or some other peculiar atmospheric phenomenon.
Numatix is a dataflow processing platform developed by Numerate that enables great scalability and flexibility in distributed computing with minimal operational overhead.
As a result, the council expects attainment at the e nd of each key stage in Cardiff to be the best in Wales and for every child to leave primary school literate and numerate in line with expectations.
Brown and Prescott aim to put all types of mixed models into a general framework and to consider the practical implications of their use that can be understood by statisticians and numerate scientists, with the greatest emphasis placed on skills required for the application of mixed models and interpretation of the results.
Mike Ellicock, chief executive, said: "Being numerate is essential for so many aspects of everyday life and work and the results of this poll suggest that many people recognise that.