## What is the plural form of mathematics?

The noun mathematics is uncountable. The plural form of mathematics is also mathematics.

**What is glass plural?**

Plural. glasses. A pair of glasses. The plural form of glass; more than one (kind of) glass. (plural only) Glasses are worn over the eyes to help you see.

**What is the plural form of quiz?**

noun, plural quiz·zes. an informal test or examination of a student or class. a questioning.

### Is mathematics always plural?

The word “mathematics” can be considered as a singular and as a plural noun. Both the Oxford and the Merriam-Webster dictionaries say the word is plural – hence the s on the end – but also that it is usually used as if it was a singular noun.

**Which one is correct math or maths?**

The only difference between math and maths is where they’re used. Math is the preferred term in the United States and Canada. Maths is the preferred term in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and other English-speaking places.

**What is boy plural?**

1 boy /ˈboɪ/ noun. plural boys. 1 boy. /ˈboɪ/ plural boys.

#### What is the plural of tea?

tea /ˈtiː/ noun. plural teas. tea. /ˈtiː/ plural teas.

**Is mathematics is plural or singular?**

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**What is the syllabus of the Olympiad exam?**

Olympiad exam syllabus is divided into three sections. The first being subjective questions, the second is the High Order Thinking Section, commonly called HOT section and the last is the logical reasoning section. All questions are of one mark each. All subjects for all classes include questions from the logical reasoning segment.

**What is the percentage of questions asked in the Olympiad exam?**

Questions of level-I Olympiad exams will be 60% from the current class syllabus and 40% from the previous class syllabus, e.g. Class-7 IMO exam will have 60% questions from class-7 syllabus and 40% questions from class 6 syllabus. Questions of level-II Olympiad exams will be from current class syllabus only.