acalculia

Taxonomy vs Acalculia - What's the difference?

taxonomy | acalculia |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and acalculia

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while acalculia is (pathology) the condition of lacking]] basic [[mathematics|mathematical skills caused by a brain injury, or more specifically an injury to the parietal lobe brown, lesley, ed the shorter oxford english dictionary 5th oxford: oxford university press, 2003.

Agrammatism vs Acalculia - What's the difference?

agrammatism | acalculia |

Acalculia is a see also of agrammatism.

Agrammatism is a see also of acalculia.


As nouns the difference between agrammatism and acalculia

is that agrammatism is the inability to form sentences by virtue of a brain disorder while acalculia is (pathology) the condition of lacking]] basic [[mathematics|mathematical skills caused by a brain injury, or more specifically an injury to the parietal lobe brown, lesley, ed the shorter oxford english dictionary 5th oxford: oxford university press, 2003.

Dyscalculia vs Acalculia - What's the difference?

dyscalculia | acalculia |

Acalculia is a see also of dyscalculia.

Dyscalculia is a related term of acalculia.


In context|pathology|lang=en terms the difference between dyscalculia and acalculia

is that dyscalculia is (pathology) difficulty with numbers and in doing arithmetic while acalculia is (pathology) the condition of lacking]] basic [[mathematics|mathematical skills caused by a brain injury, or more specifically an injury to the parietal lobe brown, lesley, ed the shorter oxford english dictionary 5th oxford: oxford university press, 2003.

As nouns the difference between dyscalculia and acalculia

is that dyscalculia is (pathology) difficulty with numbers and in doing arithmetic while acalculia is (pathology) the condition of lacking]] basic [[mathematics|mathematical skills caused by a brain injury, or more specifically an injury to the parietal lobe brown, lesley, ed the shorter oxford english dictionary 5th oxford: oxford university press, 2003.

Skill vs Acalculia - What's the difference?

skill | acalculia |


As nouns the difference between skill and acalculia

is that skill is capacity to do something well; technique, ability skills are usually acquired or learned, as opposed to abilities, which are often thought of as innate while acalculia is (pathology) the condition of lacking]] basic [[mathematics|mathematical skills caused by a brain injury, or more specifically an injury to the parietal lobe brown, lesley, ed the shorter oxford english dictionary 5th oxford: oxford university press, 2003.

As a verb skill

is to set apart; separate.

As a adjective skill

is (uk|slang) great, excellent.

Acalculia vs Acalculiac - What's the difference?

acalculia | acalculiac | Derived terms |

Acalculiac is a derived term of acalculia.

Acalculia is a related term of acalculiac.


As nouns the difference between acalculia and acalculiac

is that acalculia is (pathology) the condition of lacking]] basic [[mathematics|mathematical skills caused by a brain injury, or more specifically an injury to the parietal lobe brown, lesley, ed the shorter oxford english dictionary 5th oxford: oxford university press, 2003 while acalculiac is one who is unable to employ basic mathematical skills, often as a medical condition.