# Math meaning

An example of math is arithmetic, the study of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

If you do the math, you'll see that it's not such a bargain.

$170 a month? That doesn't sound right. Let me check your math.

They needed to take two more maths.

*matha*.

- To consider or analyze a set of facts in order to reach a conclusion.

### Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

### Origin of math

- From Middle English
*math*, from Old English*mÇ£Ã¾*(“a mowing, that which is mown, cutting of grass"), from Proto-Germanic**mÄ“Ã¾Ä…*(“a mowing"), from Proto-Indo-European**mÄ“-*(“to mow"), equivalent to mow +"Ž*-th*. Cognate with German*Mahd*(“a mowing, reaping"). Related also to Old English*mÇ£d*(“mead, meadow, pasture"). See meadow.##### From Wiktionary

- Contraction of mathematics.
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- Contraction of
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