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do the maths

1. Literally, to do a bit of arithmetic calculation. Primarily heard in UK, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland. Well, let's just do the maths to see if you have enough in your savings account to afford a new car.
2. To do figure out or put together information for oneself. Primarily heard in UK, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland. Do the maths—can't you see that he's just using you to get ahead in the company?
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It is even more beneficial for women and I specifically want to encourage more girls to take maths and open up their future.
The only degree courses where we would suggest universities may want to specify attainment levels for GCSE Maths, rather than GCSE Maths-Numeracy, are those which have a specific mathematical, technical or scientific focus.
So we'll expand the Teaching for Mastery of Maths programme to a further 3,000 schools.
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In 2014/15, a total of 91 Maths Champions signed up and 469 staff were supported, benefiting over 7,000 children - including many who were at risk of falling below expected levels of attainment.
But when their father is out of town, I desperately try not to show them I dislike maths because, quite frankly,
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He has his work cut out, but maths has always been his hobby.
They revealed how: NUMBERS doing high-level maths jumped - up 2,890 on last year's figure.
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I believe the report from newly founded charity National Numeracy is shows how good maths primary teaching now is.
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Maths has always been seen as something that has to be done.