Q: What is a statement in maths?

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In maths, a conjuncture is a theory or statement which is most likely true but not yet proven.

A paradox is a statement which leads to a self-contradictory or a logically incorrect conclusion. There is nothing paradoxical about pi and so the question does not apply.

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

The difference of maths and geography is maths is more better than geography

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In maths, a conjuncture is a theory or statement which is most likely true but not yet proven.

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A hypothesis is a testable statement about the outcome of some event (or events).A hypothesis is a testable statement about the outcome of some event (or events).A hypothesis is a testable statement about the outcome of some event (or events).A hypothesis is a testable statement about the outcome of some event (or events).

Yes. But first you have to learn to ask questions in a meaningful way - not simply put a question mark at the end of a statement or phrase.

A paradox is a statement which leads to a self-contradictory or a logically incorrect conclusion. There is nothing paradoxical about pi and so the question does not apply.

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

In America it is math, in most European countries it is maths

Yes, math is called maths in Welsh.

A statement in maths is true only if it is proved by a series of mathematical manipulations and logic for any GENERAL number for which the statement should satisfy. Otherwise, it is only a conjecture. This is the beauty of mathematics and it is proof which differentiate mathematics from all other fields.

you have to pick Maths for GCSE's but you can also pick additional maths which is just more maths than normal eg you may have 5 peroids of maths a week but with additional maths you may have 9 peroids of Maths a week

Yes it has maths