# muckle maths 1

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1. A factor is a whole number that
will divide exactly into another number
2. 5 x 8 =
56
3. what is 'the mean'
a type of average. you find it by adding up all the number of scores and dividing by the number scores
4. 11 x 12 =
132
5. what is a polygon
a closed shape with three or more sides
6. how many degrees in a right angle
90
7. a prime number is...
a number that has only two factors: one and the number itself
8. the diameter of a circle is
the distance straight across a circle, cutting through the centre
square, rectangle, oblong, rhombus, parallelogram, kite, trapezium
10. how many degree is a complete rotation ...
360
11. to find the area of a rectangle
times the length by the width
12. a squared number is
that number, multiplied by itself. So, for example, 10 x 10
13. what is the range...
the difference between the largest and smallest of a set of numbers. e.g. the range of 1, 2, 5, 3, 6, 8, is 7
14. Perimeter means
the distance all around the edge of a 2-d shape
15. what is a reflex angle
an angle that is bigger than 180' but less than 360'
16. Percentage means
out of 100
17. what is 40% of 200
80
18. what is the mode?
one kind of average. The most common number in a set of data. remember, mode = most !
19. what is the number 59083 in words
fifty nine thousand, and eighty three
20. with coordinates, when plotting them on a grid, is the first number horizontal or vertical
horizontal - remeber....along the corridor, then up the stairs!
21. what shape is a rhombus?
Afour sided shape, like a squashed square
22. what is a quotient?
the number you get when you divide one number by another e.g 12 divided by 4 = 3. So 3 is the quotient
23. 12 x 7 =
84
24. what is an acute angle?
a ngle less than a right angle
25. what is the median
a type of average. Put all the scores in numerical order, then find the middle one
 Author: Anonymous ID: 79386 Card Set: muckle maths 1 Updated: 2011-04-13 19:23:27 Tags: math Folders: Description: maths for 10 year olds Show Answers: