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 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? –
got it welll........
btw, edit it then
so well kk
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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I need more points but thanks for answering my query,,..