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In the Australian Curriculum, students become numerate as they develop the knowledge and skills to use mathematics confidently across all learning areas at school and in their lives more broadly.
The more numerate the punter is in this environment, the better his or her chances.
If school leaders and teachers are unclear about how mathematics and numeracy connect they will not be able to effectively respond to the demands that developing numerate children and young people place on them.
My 83-year-old father is more numerate than the average 18-year-old because he was taught to work out a problem in his mind first before using a slide rule.
The discovery flies in the face of the widely-held belief that only humans could be numerate.
Under the contract HDTRA1-10-C-0029, Numerate will extend its breakthrough computational methods for designing active and selective lead compounds by developing the capability to simultaneously optimize absorption, distribution, metabolism, and elimination (ADME) profiles while eliminating the potential for drug-drug interaction liabilities.
All, he said, are strategic thinkers who display skill at problem-solving, are self-controlled, practical and numerate.
Matthew Trimming, public affairs director of software firm SAP, said young people would need to be more numerate, literate and technically adept, be effective at working in teams and have good interpersonal skills.
Lord Bhattacharyya called on the council to lead the way in making Birmingham "integrated, numerate, skilled and educated".
Being numerate involves aspects of each of these; a person cannot be numerate unless they know some mathematics and a person cannot be numerate unless they can apply mathematics to practical situations or draw on mathematics when dealing with situations in which mathematics is embedded.
He said the police needed recruits who were numerate, articulate and inquisitive.
But in Wi lletts, he is up against someone who is not only numerate but also one who knows how the corridors of power work.