innumerate


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innumerate

having neither knowledge nor understanding of mathematics or science
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It would give inmates an education and life skills so they can get work once they are released, because many enter prison illiterate and innumerate.
Our innumerate gambling geezer picked up over PS200,000 for his roll-up, and his over-staking error landed him another PS20k.
However, ReCom research also finds functionally illiterate and innumerate children completing primary education.
In the UK, one in four children will leave school functionally innumerate.
What planet does that innumerate Rightwing minority live on?
Just as in the UK, our politicians, who are mainly Arts Graduates, with little scientific backgrounds and often innumerate, are taking us down this same path obsessed with wind energy.
ONE in four adults is now functionally innumerate, a report warned today.
Many are late, lazy, illiterate and innumerate, unable to evenstack shelves.
If you are not innumerate, you can start a business.
Will the next decade, which starts in 2011 and not tomorrow as the innumerate seem to think, be the tenties or the oneties?
Although Martin doesn't innumerate it in his list, this fifth item could arguably be the most important one of all: "I think there has been a recognition of the productivity improvement of working digitally.
Righter comments that this aeBuy AmericaAE rule is aean irresponsible, innumerate, pernicious bit of political and economic follyAE.