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Q: What did the math book say to the language book?

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whats your problem

yep

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You cannot say math in gibberish because gibberish is a made up language that does not exist.

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Nothing at all

leave me alone i have my own problem

Some would say so

The math book was as heavy as a mountain.

"I might have some problems, but could you spare me a date?"

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math is not a foreign language or a US language

"I've got problems."

To say "bible" in American Sign Language you would sign "Jesus" then "book."

a math book is were u learn math

Math is really just another language in which you communicate using numbers and fraction bars, and decimals etc.. But what math is, i woudln't say there is any concrete way of answering that.

The difference between language arts and math is that language arts is where you learn writing and math is where you learn ........well......math. For example, 2 + 3 =5.

Math is really the language of science.

it is a book that teaches math.

Depends on the math book

It doesn't.

This math book weighs a ton.

Math is a language not a science. Better stated Math is a pure language. In addition, math is used to model a science and eventually draw conclusion from it.

No, math book is a common noun; the proper noun would be the name of a specific math book or a title using the term math book. The only one I could find that used the specific term 'math book' as a proper noun was: 'The Math Book: From Pythagoras to the 57th Dimension, 250 Milestones in the History of Mathematics' by Clifford A. Pickover.