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数学 (shùxué) is a compound word made up of the characters 数 (shù) meaning "number" and 学 (xué) meaning "study". It is commonly used to refer to the study of numbers, quantities, and shapes, as well as their relationships and operations.
In Chinese, 数学 (shùxué) can be used as both a noun and an adjective. As a noun, it refers to the subject or field of mathematics, similar to how it is used in English. For example:
 我的数学成绩很好。(Wǒ de shùxué chéngjì hěn hǎo.)  My math grades are very good.
 数学是一门重要的学科。(Shùxué shì yī mén zhòngyào de xuékē.)  Mathematics is an important subject.
As an adjective, 数学 (shùxué) can be used to describe something related to mathematics. For example:
 数学问题 (shùxué wèntí)  mathematical problem
 数学公式 (shùxué gōngshì)  mathematical formula
Another term is 数学家 (shùxuéjiā), which means "mathematician". It is formed by adding the suffix 家 (jiā) meaning "person" to 数学 (shùxué). For example:
 著名的数学家 (zhùmíng de shùxuéjiā)  famous mathematician





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In everyday conversation, 数学 (shùxué) is often used to refer to mathematics or math's. For example, someone might say 今天我们要学习数学 (jīntiān wǒmen yào xuéxí shùxué) which translates to "Today we are going to learn math's". It can also be used to refer to someone's ability in math's, for example someone might say 我的数学不太好 (wǒ de shùxué bù tài hǎo) which translates to "My math's is not very good".





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