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Currently we have:

[mathematics] --> [math]
[maths] --> [mathematics]

which is looking pretty ugly.

From the Tag Synonyms Repository, [mathematics] was proposed as the master tag, with synonyms [math] and [maths].

Could a mod please fix this?

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Should we just go with [math] as the master tag for the group? It was mapped to [mathematics] when the July 16 script was run, but evidently that synonym has been removed and reversed since then. – Bill the Lizard Aug 11 '10 at 2:21
    
@Bill: Sure, that's fine. Personally I'd prefer [mathematics] as the master, but if that got reversed, then by all means go with [math]. – Jon Seigel Aug 11 '10 at 2:31
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I made [math] the master tag for the group, so we now have:

[mathematics] --> [math]
[maths] --> [math]

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