01. I never really enjoyed studying [mathematics] in school, but it became very useful when I started to run my own business.
02. Albert Einstein was a physicist, not a [mathematician].
03. As Mickey Mouse once said, [mathematics] is being able to count up to twenty without taking off your shoes.
04. Some people think men are naturally more skilled at [mathematics] than women are, but I think that is silly.
05. You need to know basic [mathematics] in order to study statistics.
06. Caroline failed her [mathematics] exam last April.
07. George worked out the dimensions of the coffee table [mathematically], so Terry could build it.
08. Your daughter is obviously [mathematically] gifted, and should consider a career as a physicist.
09. Asian students generally seem to be well ahead of students from this country in tests of [mathematics].
10. One's ability to reason logically and abstractly is increased through the study of [mathematics].
11. Any loud noise can be measured [mathematically].
12. Sophie has a [mathematical] mind, and has learned algebra and calculus quite quickly.
13. Recent research suggests that dogs may have a basic [mathematical] ability to count objects.

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