# Frequent question: What does MAS mean in Spanish math?

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## What does MAS mean in Spanish in math?

In mathematical formulas, más is the equivalent of “plus”: Dos más dos es igual a cuatro. (Two plus two equals four.)

## What is the Spanish of math?

matemáticas (math, pronounced: mah-teh-mah-tee-kahs)

## What does Y MAS stand for?

The words “y mas” mean “and more” in Spanish.

## How do you use mas que?

In translating a sentence such as “she has more than \$5” (tiene más de cinco dólares) you should use the phrase más de, but for a sentence such as “she has more than I do” (tiene más que yo) the phrase to use is más que.

## Does MAS have a tilde?

In Spanish the word mas with no written accent means but.

## Does MAS always have accents in Spanish?

2 Answers. To my knowledge, “más” meaning “more” always has an accent. Written without an accent, it would translate “but”.

## How do you say state time in Spanish?

The simplest formula is es/son + las + hour + number of minutes. For example, if you want to say that it’s 3:29, you’ll say son las tres veintinueve.

## What are the Spanish numbers?

Here are the Spanish numbers:

• uno.
• dos.
• tres.
• cuatro.
• cinco.
• seis.
• siete.
• ocho.

## What does Yamas mean in Spanish?

Yamas is the plural of Yama. About Plural and Feminine. Plural is a grammatical number, typically referring to more than one of the referent in the real world. In the English language, singular and plural are the only grammatical numbers.

## How do you use menos que and Mas Que?

Use the rule más/menos + adjective + que to compare two things. For example, you could say “Argentina es más grande que España” (Argentina is bigger than Spain) or “Los argentinos son más guapos que los españoles” (Argentines are better looking than the Spanish).

## What do mas o menos mean?

mas o menos (spanish for “more or less”): more or less, so-so, neither here nor their, mediocre. idiom.

## What is the difference between Aun and AÚN?

Aun and aún are both adverbs. They share a pronunciation, and they are often translated the same way in English. Aun typically has the meaning of “including,” even it is often translated in different ways. Aún typically is used in comparisons or to indicate that a verb’s action is still continuing.