An emotional subject for some - we ask a linguist about Math (US-style) and Maths (British-style).
More US-UK number conflict soon, including the mentioned CGP Grey interview - subscribe to Numberphile to ensure you see it: http://bit.ly/13O3ZTL
Dr Lynne Murphy writes a linguists blog in which she has dealt with Math vs Maths - visit her blog at: http://bit.ly/18ZBCpj
Fire up the UK-US rivalry by checking our video about miilions, billions, trillions: http://youtu.be/C-52AI_ojyQ
Aluminium and Aluminum: http://youtu.be/0F_ztEv_v1Y
Should be facsimile but you get the point - Brady's bad!
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