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And just 5 percent of eighthgrade children from immigrant families scored at or above proficient in math in 2015 compared to 34 percent of children from nonimmigrant families.

The assistant professor of psychology at Whitman College saw research showing that girls who attend school only with other girls tend to do better in math and science.

In simple math, the Lady Braves haven't lost the CHL since well before the current group was born.

The stellar performance of children in China’s richest cities in international tests of ability in maths, science and reading has lent the country’s education system a glossy sheen abroad.

Haubold arrived at Riley 5 years ago as a math teacher after graduating from Indiana University in Bloomington.

Which basically involves shirtless men attempting to do math.

Steve is recently divorced and Deej is a single mom...do the math.

His project began as a series of YouTube videos Khan made for his cousins in 2006 to help them in math.
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First Known Use of math
circa 1847
math Synonyms
Synonyms
arithmetic, calculus, ciphering, computation, figures, figuring, calculation, mathematics, number crunching, numbers, reckoningRelated Words
addition, division, multiplication, subtraction; calibration, measurement, mensuration; appraisal, assessment, estimation, evaluation, valuationMATH Defined for Kids
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