10 edition of **Language, mathematics, and linguistics** found in the catalog.

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Published
**1967**
by Mouton in The Hague
.

Written in English

- Mathematical linguistics,
- Generative grammar

**Edition Notes**

Bibliography: p. [227]-230.

Statement | by Charles F. Hockett. |

Series | Janua linguarum. Series minor ;, nr. 60, Janua linguarum., 60. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | P123 .H53 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 243 p. |

Number of Pages | 243 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL5529435M |

LC Control Number | 67004161 |

That language-learning capacity can help them learn mathematics, too, especially when the mathematical idea they are learning depends on the way we name numbers. (See Language PowerPoint and also Early algebra for more.) Language and whole number arithmetic. This natural facility with language is especially helpful in learning to add and. This book is designed for those interested in the teaching of mathematics, in both first language and second language contexts, and is based on 15 years' teaching experience in Africa and Asia. The book is designed to present the main issues of language in mathematics teaching, and is therefore not a highly technical work. Chapters included are: (1)Cited by:

Mathematical Linguistics introduces the mathematical foundations of linguistics to computer scientists, engineers, and mathematicians interested in natural language processing. The book presents linguistics as a cumulative body of knowledge from the ground up, with no prior knowledge of linguistics being assumed, covering more than the average two-semester Brand: Springer-Verlag London. I The Language and Grammar of Mathematics 9 2 Four Basic Concepts Another word that famously has three quite distinct meanings is “is.” The three meanings are illustrated in the following three sentences. (1) 5 is the square root of (2) 5 is less than (3) 5 is a prime number. In the ﬁrst of these sentences, “is” could be File Size: KB.

Mathematical linguistics is rooted both in Euclid’s (circa – BCE) axiomatic psycholinguistics, child language acquisition, and the study of language pathology, ematical techniques and problems that no book on mathematical linguistics that ig-File Size: 1MB. "Teachers (should use) oral language to unpack and explain the meanings in mathematics symbolism as a way of using the multi-semiotic nature of Author: Marion Meiers.

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In this book we look carefully and reflectively at the difficulties inherent in learning the language of mathematics, and suggest strategies for how best to overcome them. There are over 4, languages and dialects in the world, and all of them share one thing in common: they have a category for words representing nouns, or objects, and a.That’s a deep question.

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