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Synonyms for maths

a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement

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While maths continues to be the most popular subject at A level, with almost 25% of pupils choosing to study it, there are almost three quarters of students with an A-C in GCSE maths at age 16 who decide not to continue studying the subject.
For example, we advise that for a degree that stipulates a minimum grade at GCSE level to study subjects such as accounting, psychology, business or social science, either Maths or Maths-Numeracy should count.
Mr Hammond told MPs: "Knowledge of maths is key to the hi-tech, cutting-edge jobs in our digital economy.
Studying maths for no more than 30 minutes also left James, who starts year eight next week, time to compete as a member of the athletics squad for Cardiff Archers and work towards grade five on piano and guitar.
If you set the stage correctly, you'll find that your child enjoys maths more than you did -- and then you can relax and enjoy your child's future success in the classroom.
Maths Kingdom is a fraction of the cost of a private tutor; with home membership priced at PS10 per month.
Purnima Tanuku, chief executive of NDNA, said: "We are delighted that the benefits of our Maths Champions programme will be identified and evaluated during this trial.
According to Stanford University professor Vinod Menon, who co-authored a study on maths anxiety, the part of the brain agitated by maths is the same part "that responds to fearful situations, such as seeing a spider or snake".
They have been doing number work, looking at shapes - anything you can think of that is maths related, we have done.
The teenager, from Wrexham, is to sit his finals in June while pals will be doing their maths GCSEs.
THOUSANDS of students are still failing Leaving Cert maths and science despite an increased number taking on the subjects.
Too many students are starting science and engineering degree courses without having studied maths at A-level, according to a House of Lords science and technology committee report.
Almost half of the working population in this country have the maths skills of a child of 11 at best.
77 per cent at level four or above in English and 79 per cent in maths.
Many of you might find them interesting too but these aren't the parts of maths that reach out and grab large numbers of people instantly.