# Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Maths"

## The meaning of "Maths" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does maths extended mean?
A: If you're talking about tests, it means the higher grade exam paper.
If your teacher gives you extra work, it's an extension.
Q: What does I am so not good at maths mean?
A: It means you don’t have the ability to do math perfectly, but you can still keep up with it sometimes.
Q: What does do the maths mean?
A: "Im older your younger you do the math" = threatening someone 😊
Q: What does The maths book can screw itself mean?
A: 😁😂. It is a little vulgar. But basically it means the person really dislikes maths. Or the person dislikes the class or that specific book.

## Synonyms of "Maths" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between she is very strong in maths and she is very strong on maths ?
A: *she got 89 score on her test*
she is strong in maths!

*she got a 100 score on her test*
Wow! she is very strong in maths!

very means even better I suppose?
Q: What is the difference between "maths" and "math" in terms of pronunciation ?
A: Th - tip of tongue touches lower teeth; blow air around tongue

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Q: What is the difference between this maths problem is difficult .do you know the answer ? and this maths problem is difficult .are you knowing the answer ? ?
A: "Do you know the answer?" is the way it should be said.
Q: What is the difference between do the maths and do the math ?
A: Maths is mostly used in British UK written english and speech, but math without the "s" is more common for American US speech, even though I have caught it in my textbook at least once.

## Translations of "Maths"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? In maths:

What is this:
+
-
/
* or X
=
\

Can you help me how i search about it
A: To add to this, * is also multiply/times..
/ is divide by (another symbol for divide by is ÷)
\ is something I don't think is used in maths?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I can’t remember who taught us maths last year & I couldn’t remember who taught us maths last year. which one is correct？
A: For example:

Right now I am talking to John and he is asking me who taught us maths last year. But I can't remember who taught us maths last year.

Yesterday I was talking to John and he asked me who taught us maths last year. But I couldn't remember who taught us maths last year.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? maths
A: :)
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? maths ki date a Gai hai
math ki date a Gai hai
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce maths (in fast speech) ↓.
A: S would be Z a lot of the time if the english alphabet were logical & phonetic which it is not
Q: He studied for maths test having breakfast this morning does this sound natural?
A: He had breakfast this morning and studied for his Math test.
Q: I'm solving maths does this sound natural?
A: Math is US English; British English is maths.
I would say "I am solving some maths equations"
Q: I decided to study in maths - science program after I graduated from middle school, but then I found out I made fatally wrong decision because this is not even my cup of tea, but I then fall in love with genetic kind of lesson in Biology. does this sound natural?
A: Try saying:

I decided to study a maths and science program after I graduated from middle school, but I later found that I had made the wrong decision because these subjects were not my cup of tea. However, I fell in love with the subject of genetics in biology.
Q: I failed in maths

I failed at doing something I'm not gonna reveal now does this sound natural?
A: @Taya: I think at is pointing more towards a specific and that you may have failed something say like a test, exam etc

I failed something means you already know you failed it.

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