Q: What Maths stands for?

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centiliter, or 1/100 of a liter

The Roman numerals, XVI, stands for 16 (sixteen).

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The lady who invented maths was called Charlotte Higgleson and she was born in Greece

the curvy 'x' in maths stands for an unknown number. So 'x=2+3', doesn't tell us what x is, but we can work it out. (x=5 in this case)

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Any member of a set that stands out from the rest.

centiliter, or 1/100 of a liter

stands for head of deparment, so who is the head of maths

The Roman numerals, XVI, stands for 16 (sixteen).

ANSWER: "n" is a pronumeral which stands for an unknown number. Pronumerals are used in algebra.

Usually the letter n stands for number, and it means some unspecified number.

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If you mean cc as in from a motorbike it stands for centimetres cubed. It is a unit of Volume. 1 cc = 1 ml

what you do is you say why you did somthing such as i turned my title blue because it stands out or i used a formula to work out the maths because its easy do you understand

In maths the symbols x and n are usually used to represent an unknown quantity. These may be referred to as a variable.

Level A maths is the hardest maths you can get. Level B maths is not so hard and level C maths is about the same as primary school maths.

The lady who invented maths was called Charlotte Higgleson and she was born in Greece