ˌmæθɪˈmætɪks сущ. математика elementary mathematics higher mathematics употр. с гл. в ед. ч.: математика - applied * прикладная математика - computing * вычислительная математика - pure * чистая математика - * sillabuses программы, учебные планы по математике употр. с гл. во мн. ч.: (разговорное) знание математики - my * are poor я плохо знаю математику actuarial ~ математические расчеты страховых возмещений actuarial ~ математический аппарат страхового дела applied ~ прикладная математика mathematics pl (употр. как sing) математика maths: maths сокр. разг. см. mathematics ~ математика

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