A good name for a maths magazine could be Q.E.D (It is very symbolic for a maths magazine).
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)
because u use maths everyday. you look at the clock and read the time, that is maths. u buy sumthing from the shop and u use money. that is maths. and you go to school or work, there is bound to be sum sort of maths in there.
you need to do a lot of maths with engineering, but it's applied maths most of the time, stuff like mechanics. To do engineering at university you'll almost certainly have to have a maths a-level. So as long as your fairly good at maths, you don't have to enjoy it as there is other stuff involved with engineering, but you do have to be quite good at maths!
I use maths in the kitchen to calculate cooking times and the weights and measures of ingredients.
Applied Maths was created in 1992.
it's ''PI'' and it equals 3.141595286
If its from the roman numerics, it equals 6. :)
4 equals 2x2, 6 equals 2x3
It is twice 78,055 equals 156,110
It's the equals sign with the ~ above it. ≅
Means x = 3
14th march 2007
it means a type of number that equals something