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Hi,

I know that in British English people are more inclined to use ‘maths’ rather than ‘math’, but I was wondering if it also applies to set phrases like these:

‘do the math’

‘do quick math’?

Thank you. Emotion: smile

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British people don't normally say "math" in any context.

The "s" on the end of "maths" reflects the "s" on the end of mathematics.