
Definition of Maths
1. Noun. A science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement.
Examples of category: Rounding, Rounding Error, Truncation Error, Mathematical Operation, Mathematical Process, Operation, Rationalisation, Rationalization, Invariance, Accuracy, Balance, Correspondence, Symmetricalness, Symmetry, Asymmetry, Dissymmetry, Imbalance, Factoring, Factorisation, Factorization, Extrapolation, Interpolation, Formula, Rule, Recursion, Invariant, Multinomial, Polynomial, Series, Infinitesimal, Fractal, Arithmetic, Geometry, Affine Geometry, Elementary Geometry, Euclidean Geometry, Parabolic Geometry, Euclid's Axiom, Euclid's Postulate, Euclidean Axiom, Fractal Geometry, Noneuclidean Geometry, Hyperbolic Geometry, Elliptic Geometry, Riemannian Geometry, Numerical Analysis, Spherical Geometry, Spherical Trigonometry, Analytic Geometry, Analytical Geometry, Coordinate Geometry, Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, Descriptive Geometry, Projective Geometry, Trig, Trigonometry, Algebra, Quadratics, Linear Algebra, Vector Algebra, Matrix Algebra, Calculus, Infinitesimal Calculus, Analysis, Differential Calculus, Method Of Fluxions, Integral Calculus, Calculus Of Variations, Set Theory, Subgroup, Group Theory, Galois Theory, Analysis Situs, Topology, Metamathematics, Binomial, Proof, Equation, Expression, Formula, Mathematical Statement, Recursive Definition, Boundary Condition, Set, Domain, Domain Of A Function, Image, Range, Range Of A Function, Universal Set, Mathematical Space, Topological Space, Field, Matrix, Diagonal, Arithmetic Progression, Geometric Progression, Harmonic Progression, Mathematician, Cardinality, Complex Number, Complex Quantity, Imaginary, Imaginary Number, Radical, Mathematical Relation, Function, Map, Mapping, Mathematical Function, Singlevalued Function, Expansion, Metric, Metric Function, Transformation, Reflection, Rotation, Translation, Affine Transformation, Operator, Parity, Transitivity, Reflexiveness, Reflexivity, Additive Inverse, Multiplicative Inverse, Reciprocal, Plane, Sheet, Geodesic, Geodesic Line, Parallel, Upper Bound, Lower Bound, Ray, Osculation, Develop, Iterate, Commute, Transpose, Rationalise, Rationalize, Eliminate, Calculate, Cipher, Compute, Cypher, Figure, Reckon, Work Out, Extract, Extrapolate, Interpolate, Differentiate, Integrate, Prove, Truncate, Reduce, Converge, Diverge, Osculate, Idempotent, Combinatorial, Continuous, Discontinuous, Commutative, Direct, Inverse, Dividable, Indivisible By, Undividable, Mathematical, Round, Representable, Additive, Linear, Nonlinear, Monotone, Monotonic, Nonmonotonic, Open, Closed, Nonnegative, Positive, Negative, Disjoint, Noninterchangeable, Invariant, Affine, Analytic, Diagonalizable, Scalene, Isometric, Differential, Rational, Irrational, Prime, Bivariate
Generic synonyms: Science, Scientific Discipline
Category relationships: Science, Scientific Discipline
Specialized synonyms: Pure Mathematics, Applied Math, Applied Mathematics
Derivative terms: Mathematical, Mathematical, Mathematician
Definition of Maths
1. Noun. (informal UK except Canada) (short for mathematics) ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Maths
1. math [n]  See also: math
Lexicographical Neighbors of Maths
Literary usage of Maths
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American Educational Monthly (1872)
"1—Ingham University; 5; Eng., maths., Latin, French and German ; Cl. ; $600. ...
14—Mountain Sem. ; 5 ; Eng., maths, and Latin ; r: 1300 and home 13—ML ..."
2. The New York Teacher, and the American Educational Monthly (1871)
"maths., Latin and Rud. French and German ; P. : $1000. ... 652— Mass State Normal ;
7; Eng., maths., Latin, Drawing and Singing ; li.: $750. ..."
3. Marking Matric: Colloquium Proceedingsby Vijay Reddy by Vijay Reddy (2006)
"Very few learners are graduating from the school system with high quality passes
in maths and Science to enter universities. This poor knowledge of maths ..."
4. The Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Nathaniel Hawthorne, George Parsons Lathrop, Julian Hawthorne (1883)
"... the maths of Caracalla, and indeed wherever else his fancy led him; verde
antique, rosso antico, ..."