maths.

maths.

abbreviation for
(Mathematics) mathematics
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Now John had sometimes experienced this hankering at maths.
It's also about making games to help people understand Maths.
This could mean 1,200 for each additional pupil who takes the two-year A level in maths or further maths.
We'll introduce a PS600 maths premium for schools, for every additional pupil who takes A-level or core maths.
It is also ideal for teachers who are non-maths specialists teaching maths.
Education Minister Huw Lewis said: "A parent's attitude towards maths has a big impact on the way their children perceive maths.
Experts say parents have a great influence on the outcome of their children's love or hate of maths.
An impressive 95 per cent of students achieved five AG grades, while 66 per cent of students achieved Grade C or above in English and 64 per cent of students achieved Grade C or above in maths.
He added: "I am particularly heartened to see the jump of 35% in the number of students taking higher-level maths.
The report also found that 38% of chemistry and 70% of biology undergraduates do not have A-level maths.
Students at Stockton Riverside College are among those excelling at maths.
Eighty per cent of adults would be embarrassed to say they could not read or write properly, while only 56 per cent would be ashamed to admit they were bad at maths.