dyscalculia

[ dis-kal-kyoo-lee-uh ]
/ ˌdɪs kælˈkyu li ə /

noun

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Origin of dyscalculia

First recorded in 1950–55; dys- + calcul(ate) + -ia
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British Dictionary definitions for dyscalculia

dyscalculia
/ (ˌdɪskælˈkjuːlɪə) /

noun

severe difficulty in making simple mathematical calculations, due to cerebral disease or injury

Word Origin for dyscalculia

C20: from dys- + Latin calculare to calculate
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Medical definitions for dyscalculia

dyscalculia
[ dĭs′kăl-kyōōlē-ə ]

n.

Impairment of the ability to solve mathematical problems, usually resulting from brain dysfunction.
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