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Mathematics Glossary. This glossary is for people to use if they dont know a strategy to use when they are stuck. Questioning and Problem Posing.

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Contents Counting Page 3 Counting Page 3 Counting Addition page 4 Addition page 4 Addition Subtraction page 5 Subtraction page 5 Subtraction Multiplication Page 6 Multiplication Page 6 Multiplication Division page 7 Division page 7 Division Equivalent Page 8 Equivalent Page 8 Equivalent Angles page 9 Angles page 9 Angles

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Counting Counting-Saying or writing numbers down up wards and d own wards. Counting-Saying or writing numbers down up wards and d own wards. Eg: -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 <

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Addition Addition-Putting one and another number to create a whole number. Addition-Putting one and another number to create a whole number. Eg: 0.625 And 7.893 Makes 8.518 Eg: 789 and 362 makes 1151 Eg: $13.2 and $6.8 makes $20 Eg: 7/4 and 5/8 makes 2 3/8

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Subtraction Subtraction-Having one number taking it away from another number. Subtraction-Having one number taking it away from another number. Eg: 368 take away 269 makes 99 Eg: 799 Take away 699 Makes 100 Eg: -24.6 take away -22.2 makes -46.8

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Multiplication Multiplication- Groups of things together or in rows/arrays. Multiplication- Groups of things together or in rows/arrays.******** **** Four groups of Four **** 10cm 10cm 100354 10cm 10cm 100354 10cm 10cm 6 6 602124 602124 10cm 10cm P= 40cm P= 40cm A=100cm ² A=100cm ²

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Division Sharing things between a certain amount of people or things evenly. Sharing things between a certain amount of people or things evenly. Eg: 2 250 125 006 006 Eg: 120 720 Eg:********************

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Equivalent Things that are exactly the same like identical twins. Eg: Eg: Right Angle (90) (90) Eg: Half = 2/4 Eg: 0.5= Half Eg: 2/4 = Half

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Angles Angles- two lines that meet up to create a corner. Angles- two lines that meet up to create a corner. Angles are measured with a protractor a semi circle or a full circle. Measuring an angle you always start from the 0 and end up from a number between 0 -180 Angles are measured with a protractor a semi circle or a full circle. Measuring an angle you always start from the 0 and end up from a number between 0 -180

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Angles, examples. Angles are have their own name. Angles are have their own name. Next Slide for more definitions. Next Slide for more definitions. Next Slide for more definitions Next Slide for more definitions

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More definitions Angles are used in life when youre moving furniture into a house so you need to measure if its a right angle (90 ) or and acute angle(90 -0 ) Angles are used in life when youre moving furniture into a house so you need to measure if its a right angle (90 ) or and acute angle(90 -0 ) Acute angle. Click Here for last slide Acute angle. Click Here for last slide Click Here for last slide Click Here for last slide

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More examples. All triangles= 180 All triangles= 180 ^65 << 360 (revolution)

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Strategies The Habits Of Mind I use to do this work was applying past knowledge to new situations, striving for accuracy and thinking flexibly because I had to think of different ways to create a sum. The Habits Of Mind I use to do this work was applying past knowledge to new situations, striving for accuracy and thinking flexibly because I had to think of different ways to create a sum.

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