## Answer: MATH

MATH is a crossword puzzle answer that we have spotted 139 times.

### Referring Clues:

- Algebra or trig
- It takes figuring
- A calculator assists with it
- Multiplying, e.g.
- Geometry, e.g.
- "Do the ___"
- It has its share of problems
- Algebra and trig
- S.A.T. section
- Test section
- Standardized test topic
- S.A.T. part
- Trig, e.g.
- SAT component
- It has many functions
- SAT section
- Trig or geometry
- Field with bases
- "You do the ___!"
- "Do the ___!"
- Trigonometry or algebra
- Grade-schooler's subject
- Addition, for example
- School subject
- It has its pluses and minuses
- Subject that gives students lots of problems
- Study of numbers, briefly
- Subject that presents lots of problems
- Calculating course
- Class with a number of problems
- It can be as easy as 1-2-3
- Number-cruncher's specialty
- School subject, for short
- "Do the ___" ("Figure it out")
- Course with some big dividends?
- Course requiring calculations
- Course with many problems
- "The queen of sciences": Gauss
- Combinatorics expert's major
- Geometrician's specialty
- Topologist's specialty
- Course with many functions
- "Do the __"
- Where to go off on a tangent?
- Numbered course?
- Algebra, trig, etc.
- High-school subject
- College major
- ''Do the __!''
- Calculus, for example
- Lewis Carroll's field
- Archimedes area
- Algebra or geometry
- Algebra's area
- Course with numbers
- SAT portion
- If you do it right, it all adds up
- Short HS course
- Subject involving operations
- Many find it calculating
- Calculating subject
- Elementary subject
- It sometimes leads to big dividends
- Subject with lots of problems
- It has its share of problems?
- Grade-school subject
- Course with fractions
- Addition, e.g.
- Arithmetic or geometry
- Trig or algebra, e.g.
- Geometry or algebra
- Addition or subtraction
- Class of numbers?
- It presents lots of problems?
- It presents problems
- Trig or calc
- Subject with a lot of problems
- Number crunching
- Subject with its pluses and minuses
- Do the ____
- Science subj.
- Subject in which you often learn by example
- One problem after another?
- Algebra or arithmetic
- Problematic subject?
- Subject that includes game theory
- School course
- Calc. or trig.
- Numbers racket?
- 'You do the ___'
- High school subject
- Part of the SATs
- Calculator's job
- Report-card heading
- Fermat's field
- Algebra, e.g.
- Subject with signs and sines
- "Do the ___" (figure it out)
- A. Einstein specialty
- "Do the ___" ("You figure it out")
- Subject with fractions
- Subject with many products?
- Field that has its pluses and minuses
- "Do the ___!" ("Figure it out!")
- Planes are studied in it
- Number-cruncher's forte
- Trig, algebra, etc.
- What's nothing but problems?
- Numbers course
- Addition or subtraction, e.g.
- It has roots and branches
- Where figures are studied
- 91-Down section
- Geometry or trig
- Fermat's forte
- High-school department
- Class with numbers
- It has its plusses and minuses
- Field with roots and logs
- Class with word problems
- It's filled with problems
- Subject with subtraction
- Trig or algebra
- Quadratics, e.g.
- High school department
- Natural sci.
- Trigonometry, e.g.
- Calc. or trig
- Euler's forte
- Course with ratios
- Adding and subtracting
- School subj.
- High school class
- College department
- Arithmetic
- Calculations
- Subject with pluses and minuses
- University department, for short
- Class with many problems

### Last Seen In:

- LA Times - December 03, 2017
- Universal - November 17, 2017
- New York Times - July 01, 2017
- Universal - April 28, 2017
- King Syndicate - Thomas Joseph - April 17, 2017
- Netword - February 12, 2017
- Netword - February 10, 2017
- New York Times - January 23, 2017
- Universal - January 18, 2017
- Netword - January 12, 2017
- Universal - November 27, 2016
- LA Times - September 25, 2016
- LA Times - August 14, 2016
- Netword - June 13, 2016
- King Syndicate - Eugene Sheffer - May 30, 2016
- LA Times - February 23, 2016
- LA Times - February 11, 2016
- King Syndicate - Eugene Sheffer - February 10, 2016
- USA Today - December 30, 2015
- New York Times - November 23, 2015

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