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A: What time is your math/Math class?
B: At eleven forty-five.

Do we have to use 'math' or 'Math'?

And is it a common noun or a proper noun?

  • English Grammar - ,

    You use "math" when you're making a general reference to the class, whether it's Algebra I or Geometry or whatever.

    You use "Math" when it's part of the formal name of the course. "When I was a senior in high school, my math course was called Math IV."

  • English Grammar - ,

    If "Math" is the specific title of that particular class, then use the capital. Otherwise the lower case is fine. However, specific titles typically include some numerical designation, such as "Math 101."

    I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

  • Maths - ,

    -2.4578*698

  • English Grammar - ,

    "math" and it is a common noun

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