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  • noun Plural form of mathlete.

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Examples

  • * full disclosure the chess team and mathletes is a joke, but not much of one.

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  • Mark, whose father is a statistics professor, beat 223 other student "mathletes" at the event in Orlando, Florida, in early May.

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  • (Media-Newswire. com) - WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - More than 80 "mathletes" from 11 area middle and junior high schools will test their math skills Feb. 13 at the MATHCOUNTS regional competition at Purdue University's Stewart Center.

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  • I'm not sure whether to celebrate or cry that four out of the six beaming "mathletes" were cute little Asian boys.

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  • For the first time in 23 years, a team of "mathletes" answered all five questions correctly during the Southeastern Region Math Contest's team competition.

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  • Coach Babbitt called for the mathletes to get on the bus from the back door.

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  • “And that also means that our Dramatic Geckos will be attending a mathematics lecture and also cheering on our mathletes at their tournament,” Mrs. Burkle announced.

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  • “Like we say in mathletes, be there or B squared.”

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  • Within moments we had blended into the mass of mathletes standing under a glowing exit sign.

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  • “Who knew all the drama would be in the mathletes section?” someone in front of us said.

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