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numerate

able to use numbers, esp in arithmetical operations
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In collaboration with members of the UCLA Cardiovascular Research Laboratory (CVRL), Numerate will use the funds to support the discovery of novel, small molecule drug candidates that address the need for a well-tolerated antiarrhythmic therapy for the treatment and prevention of ventricular tachycardias and fibrillation (VT/VF).
"Help must also be directed to the millions of barely numerate adults already at work, many of whom will continue to work for several decades."
ROB TOMPKINS' letter ("World language needed for success", January 14) emphasises how important it is to be numerate and literate in English, which he points out is THE international language.
Britain is found to be the only country in the developed world where the retiring generation is more literate and numerate than young adults, the Daily Express reported.
Perhaps the message contained in this data that England's next generation of pensioners is more literate and numerate than its youngest adults is a warning to politicians of all persuasions that pedagogy should be left to the experts: teachers in schools and educational researchers in universities.
The moment, like the book, is a transcendent glimpse at a numerate world.--Alexandra Witze Little, Brown and Co., 2013, 272 p., $26
The fact on the ground, however, says that government-run schools are offering the lowest level of education, the outcome of which is that a substantial number of primary and preparatory school leavers were found to be barely literate or numerate. This has to do with teachers' low pay, mediocre school funding, 'compulsory' private tuition whose major aim is to augment teacher's earnings regardless of the actual benefit for students, and, more importantly, outdated teaching and learning methodology.
Organization is in nine parts and specific topics examined include guided math in detail, numerate environment, math workshops, math Groups, assessments and grouping, lessons, proficiency; what other kids are doing, first 20 days of math workshop, and Blackline Masters.
There are many ways to achieve a literate and numerate population.
This is one of those rare books that can be read to great advantage even if one is sufficiently literate but insufficiently numerate. The essays offer perspectives on the subject of infinity from the fields of history, mathematics, the technical side of mathematics, physics, cosmology, philosophy, and theology.
Why on earth should highly numerate college heads be involved?
He added "it is possible to solve all pending questions if both sides expressed real inclination to numerate the disputed questions according to importance and solve them accordingly to guarantee national interests".