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American Sign Language: "math"



MATH (arithmetic)
Double movement.  Use "M" hands.



 

Animation: MATH

 



Sample sentence: Do you like math?



Notes:
You can "initialize" the handshapes of the sign math and change the sign to refer to different types of math.
 

Algebra:



Can you explain algebra to me?

 



Calculus


 



Geometry:

 



NOTE: Honestly? I prefer to just spell T-R-I-G
I'm mean, really, who can tell that is a "T" on my hands?

TRIGONOMETRY:


Have you passed trigonometry?

 


See: ADD


See: SUBTRACT


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