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mathematics
Inglés americano: /mæθ(ə)ˈmædɪks/
Inglés británico: /maθ(ə)ˈmatɪks/

Traducción de mathematics en español:

noun

  • 1.1 (subject) (+ singular verb)
    matemática(s) (feminine (plural))
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • He wrote on the history of mathematics and the philosophy of mathematics and science.
    • This question is a perfect example of a problem in the branch of mathematics known as information theory.
    • For example, in the history of mathematics, the concept of zero is rather late.
    1.2 (mathematical aspects) (+ singular or plural verb) the mathematics of it are very complicated
    los cálculos son muy complicados
    Oraciones de ejemplo
    • We thought that the latest attack might be thwarted by the machines' own faulty mathematics.
    • Ruby was the person who had the mathematical ability and she did all the mathematics.
    • The mathematics of counting then allow you to work out your winning chances, and how much your prize might be.

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