## Is formulae plural or singular?

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Formulas is a plural form of formula, the alternate plural of formula is formulae. Formula is a Latin word that was absorbed into the English language in the 1630s, to mean words used in a ceremony or ritual.

**Which is correct formulas or formulae?**

The plural of formula can be either formulas (from the most common English plural noun form) or, under the influence of scientific Latin, formulae (from the original Latin).

### What is the plural of formula ‘?

noun. for·mu·la | \ ˈfȯr-myə-lə \ plural formulas or formulae\ ˈfȯr-myə-ˌlē , -ˌlī \

**What is a singular word for formula?**

formula Definitions and Synonyms noun. UK /ˈfɔː(r)mjələ/ singular. formula. plural.

## Is formular a word?

GRAMMATICAL CATEGORY OF FORMULAR Formular is a noun. A noun is a type of word the meaning of which determines reality.

**What is the meaning of formular?**

(ˈfɔːmjʊlə) 1. a model or set form.

### What does formulae mean in maths?

A formula is a mathematical rule or relationship that uses letters to represent amounts which can be changed – these are called variables.

**Are formulas acceptable?**

Both formulae and formulas are acceptable, but formulas is the more common plural and the safest option.

## Is formular correct?

But in truth, formulas and formulae are both standard forms of this word in different language communities.

**Why are formulas used in maths?**

We’ve learned that math formulas are equations that show us how to work something out. We use them to help us solve problems easier and faster. The way we use them is to first read our problem carefully to find out what it’s asking for and then look for a formula that gives us the answer to our problem.

### Why are formulas useful?

Formulas are a powerful way to capture and save a working solution (examples). They let you repeat the solution again whenever you like, always with perfect accuracy. They are far better than your faulty memory.

**What is the plural of formula in British English?**

If you are discussing math (or maths for our British readers) or science – the plural is formulae. For all other discussions, the plural is formulas. As a chemistry teacher, I use formulae, however, as I stated before, most of my colleagues will use formulas.