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Concept
Angles
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The amount of turn between two lines around their common point (the vertex).

Area
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10

Area is the amount of space inside the boundary of a flat (2-dimensional) object such as a triangle or circle, or surface of a solid (3-dimensional) object.

Decimals
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20

A decimal is a fraction whose denominator is a power of ten and whose numerator is expressed by figures placed to the right of a decimal point.

Factors and Multiples
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Factors are what we can multiply to get the number

Multiples are what we get after multiplying the number by an integer (not a fraction).

Fractions
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10

A fraction is a numerical quantity that is not a whole number (e.g. 3/2, 0.9).

Large Numbers
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20

Numerical digits which are considered to have higher values than those used in everyday counting, mathematics or financial transactions are called Large Numbers.

Measures of length, Mass, Capacity
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20

The measurement of anything from one end to the other end is called Length.

Mass is a unit of heaviness or weight

The maximum amount that something can contain is called its Capacity.

Operation on Large Numbers
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20

The number you add are called addends. The number you subtract from is called the minuend. The number you subtract is called subtrahend.

Perimeter
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Perimeter is the distance around a two-dimensional shape.

Roman Numerals
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Roman numerals are defined as combinations of the letters I, V, X, L, C, D and M which are used in various orders to stand for a specific number.

Simplification
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Simplification is the process of replacing a mathematical expression by an equivalent one, that is simpler (usually shorter), for example. Simplification of a fraction to an irreducible fraction. Simplification of expressions, in computer algebra.

Time
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Time is the ongoing sequence of events taking place. The past, present and future. We measure time using seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months and years.