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2015-05-26T12:22:48+05:30

 Hmmm I didn't think about English because it is not my native language. :-) But now I've come with an example that tells the difference in both English and German: Sie sind Arzt, versus Sie sind Ärzte. The first only makes sense with singular-Sie and the second only makes sense with plural-Sie, isn't it? –
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2015-05-26T12:22:58+05:30
in plural sense,it means systematically arranged facts.whereas,in singular sense, it refers to the branch of mathematics that deals with methods of collection,summarization or presentation of data
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