innumerate

[ih-noo-mer-it, ih-nyoo-]
adjective
1.
unfamiliar with mathematical concepts and methods; unable to use mathematics; not numerate.
noun
2.
an innumerate person.

Origin:
1959; in-3 + numerate

innumeracy, noun

1. illiterate, innumerate ; 2. innumerable, innumerate.
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innumerate (ɪˈnjuːmərɪt)
 
adj
1.  having neither knowledge nor understanding of mathematics or science
 
n
2.  an innumerate person
 
in'numeracy
 
n

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Example sentences
As a result, any pundit who publicly worries about same is either an innumerate or a fraud.
Well, for one thing, a lot of journalists are innumerate and a lot don't know much about history.
We don't need innumerate politically-slanted generalist mediators filtering ideas for us.
Declaring the projector as some sort of general education of the populace seems innumerate.
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