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Q: What does 'figure' mean in mathematics?

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a number or figure that never changes

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It depends on what you mean. If you mean "more likely to fail chemistry and physics than to fail mathematics", then the answer is presumably yes. If you mean "more likely to fail chemistry and physics than some bozo who can't figure out how this 'multiplication' thing works", then no. In physics and (most kinds of) chemistry, a solid understanding of mathematics can only be helpful.

it means changing the mathematics information

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The answer to a division problem in mathematics is quotient. VBS

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