# maths Crossword Puzzles

### Hughesy's Gang 2015 2015-09-14

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- Usually found performing on stage, but performs well in Maths too.
- A confident student who is not shy to call the Principal ‘Bowden’.
- Too cool to study, but still does well in General Maths exams.
- Name of your school.
- 3 page ‘cheat sheet’ at the end of the General Maths exam.
- Wrote his name in every Maths textbook in Room 309.
- Art & Media student with a precious metal surname.
- Suburb surrounding the school.
- Sorry Miss, I haven’t done my Maths H/W, but I have 2 slices of grid paper left.
- The guardian of the Maths textbooks and he won’t let anyone else help.

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- Art and Textiles student with an almost perfect H/W record.
- Your Maths teacher’s surname.
- Your Maths teacher’s first name.
- Works in Mrs Hughes favourite clothes shop.
- Started out as a quiet student, but has learned how to ‘talk underwater’.
- This subject.
- Computing & Media student who is guaranteed not to distract others by talking.
- A student with double letter initials and an almost perfect H/W record.
- Has the ability to ‘talk underwater’ and practises in Maths lessons.
- Higher School Certificate (acronym)
- Sorry Miss, I can’t find my Maths H/W – I know it’s here somewhere…
- Secretly owns a cosmetics company, but ‘never’ wears makeup to school…
- Usually found on a cricket pitch, but occasionally does a bit of Maths.
- Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (acronym)
- Back row bandit - too cool for 2 unit Maths, but sometimes hangs out with the Police.

**25 Clues:** This subject. • Name of your school. • Your Maths teacher’s surname. • Suburb surrounding the school. • Your Maths teacher’s first name. • Higher School Certificate (acronym) • Works in Mrs Hughes favourite clothes shop. • Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (acronym) • Art & Media student with a precious metal surname. • Wrote his name in every Maths textbook in Room 309. • ...

### Hughesy's Gang 2018 2018-09-23

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- The Maths co-ordinator
- Too cool for Advanced Maths so she changed to General Maths
- He is more likely to be at Band or the Learning Commons than doing Maths
- Your school’s name
- Named after a purple flower that grows in Scotland
- She has a talent for speaking and writing Chinese
- One of Chloe's 'students' - he did two major HSC projects
- After two years, Mrs Hughes still calls him Dylan
- A talented Visual Arts student and latecomer to General Maths
- Most likely to get annoyed if Mrs Hughes writes in her book
- She secretly wants to be a Maths teacher and had lots of practise this year
- Named after a beautiful flower with a long stem

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- He did two major HSC projects – a good excuse not to do Maths H/W
- Your school's suburb
- He is more likely to be playing soccer than doing Maths
- A ‘back row bandit’ - she would never voluntarily sit down the front
- Given to students with good H/W records or as Friday afternoon incentives
- One of Chloe's 'students' - he would rather play sport than do Maths
- Given to students when Mrs Hughes gets their name wrong
- He wins the award for the shortest time enrolled in General Maths
- She had Mrs Hughes for Maths for at least 4 years of High School
- She likes to drive FAST and doesn’t seem to own a calculator
- She has a talent for Textiles & Design (as well as Maths)
- She shares the same name as Mrs Stivaktas
- The dreaded exam at the end of your schooling

**25 Clues:** Your school’s name • Your school's suburb • The Maths co-ordinator • She shares the same name as Mrs Stivaktas • The dreaded exam at the end of your schooling • Named after a beautiful flower with a long stem • She has a talent for speaking and writing Chinese • After two years, Mrs Hughes still calls him Dylan • Named after a purple flower that grows in Scotland • ...

### Hughesy's Gang 2014-09-16

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- Name of your school.
- ‘Miss, can I please borrow a textbook… and a formula sheet… and a calculator… and some paper… and a pen’. Works well when bribed with chocolate!
- A born actor who is likely to ‘swear’ he is telling the truth, ‘plead’ for a 2nd chance or ‘promise’ not to do anything wrong again!
- Your Maths teacher’s surname.
- Your Maths teacher's first name.
- Frequently comes to the rescue of teachers struggling with computer and other technology problems.
- Title of your textbook.
- A student with a perfect homework record who has been known to sell earrings to her Maths teacher.
- A talented singer and the other half of ‘We’re finished Miss, can you please mark our work off’.
- Too cool to study, but still blitzes Maths exams. Also learning to talk underwater.
- A talented piano player who could utilise her keyboard skills to send texts during Maths lessons.
- A phantom Maths student and talented musician who usually attends his music tutorials during Maths lessons.
- Your Maths teacher's favourite colour.
- Most likely to be playing computer games during Maths lessons or copying answers from the back of the book!
- Your Math's teacher's favourite subject.

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- The branch of Maths that uses pronumerals to represent numbers.
- Your level of Mathematics.
- The study of triangles and the ratios of their sides and angles.
- The suburb surrounding your school.
- Seems to be allergic to Maths homework, but does well in exams anyway.
- Back row bandit who is guaranteed to say ‘bless you’ every time someone sneezes. Also likes to take her shoes off in class.
- Your Principal.
- A creative student with a perfect homework record and a talent for visual arts and textiles & design.
- A ‘prefect’ student with a ‘perfect’ homework record – one half of ‘We’re finished Miss, can you please mark our work off’.
- Always brings a large fully stocked esky and water bottle to school.
- The Maths teacher in Rm 310.
- He has an amazing ability to talk underwater and often asks Biology questions during Maths lessons.
- Too cool for 2-unit Maths and doesn’t eat lollies, but likes to sit in the back row of General Maths. Also has a secret singing talent.
- Mathematician who made up a rule for finding irregular areas.

**29 Clues:** Your Principal. • Name of your school. • Title of your textbook. • Your level of Mathematics. • The Maths teacher in Rm 310. • Your Maths teacher’s surname. • Your Maths teacher's first name. • The suburb surrounding your school. • Your Maths teacher's favourite colour. • Your Math's teacher's favourite subject. • Mathematician who made up a rule for finding irregular areas. • ...

### Hughesy's Gang 2015 2015-09-14

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- Wrote his name in every Maths textbook in Room 309.
- Usually found performing on stage, but performs well in Maths too.
- The guardian of the Maths textbooks and he won’t let anyone else help.
- Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (acronym)
- Suburb surrounding the school.
- Has the ability to ‘talk underwater’ and practises in Maths lessons.
- Sorry Miss, I haven’t done my Maths H/W, but I have 2 slices of grid paper left.
- Usually found on a cricket pitch, but occasionally does a bit of Maths.
- Name of your school.
- 3 page ‘cheat sheet’ at the end of the General Maths exam.
- Your Maths teacher’s surname.
- Secretly owns a cosmetics company, but ‘never’ wears makeup to school…

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- Sorry Miss, I can’t find my Maths H/W – I know it’s here somewhere…
- Higher School Certificate (acronym)
- Art and Textiles student with an almost perfect H/W record.
- Your Maths teacher’s first name.
- A student with double letter initials and an almost perfect H/W record.
- Too cool to study, but still does well in General Maths exams.
- A confident student who is not shy to call the Principal ‘Bowden’.
- This subject.
- Started out as a quiet student, but has learned how to ‘talk underwater’.
- Art & Media student with a precious metal surname.
- Works in Mrs Hughes favourite clothes shop.
- Computing & Media student who is guaranteed not to distract others by talking.

**24 Clues:** This subject. • Name of your school. • Your Maths teacher’s surname. • Suburb surrounding the school. • Your Maths teacher’s first name. • Higher School Certificate (acronym) • Works in Mrs Hughes favourite clothes shop. • Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (acronym) • Art & Media student with a precious metal surname. • Wrote his name in every Maths textbook in Room 309. • ...

### Monde 2022-04-02

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- ÉNIGME 11
- ERE 2
- ESPAGNOL 6°
- EPS 4
- MATHS 3
- ÉNIGME 6
- MATHS 1
- FRANÇAIS 2
- MUSIQUE 2
- ANGLAIS 3
- ÉNIGME 8
- ESPAGNOL 3°
- FRANÇAIS 4
- EPS 2
- ANGLAIS 2
- ÉNIGME 4
- ÉNIGME 7
- MUSIQUE 5
- ÉNIGME 12
- EPS 3
- MUSIQUE 3
- EPS 1
- ESPAGNOL 4°

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- MUSIQUE 4
- FRANÇAIS 3
- ERE 3
- MATHS 5
- ANGLAIS 4
- MUSIQUE 1
- ERE 4
- ÉNIGME 10
- ÉNIGME 3
- FRANÇAIS 1
- ANGLAIS 1
- ERE 1
- MATHS 6
- EPS 5
- ÉNIGME 9
- ÉNIGME 2
- ESPAGNOL 5°
- MATHS 2
- ÉNIGME 5
- ÉNIGME 1
- FRANÇAIS 5
- MATHS 4

**45 Clues:** ERE 3 • ERE 2 • ERE 4 • EPS 4 • ERE 1 • EPS 5 • EPS 2 • EPS 3 • EPS 1 • MATHS 5 • MATHS 3 • MATHS 1 • MATHS 6 • MATHS 2 • MATHS 4 • ÉNIGME 3 • ÉNIGME 6 • ÉNIGME 9 • ÉNIGME 2 • ÉNIGME 8 • ÉNIGME 5 • ÉNIGME 1 • ÉNIGME 4 • ÉNIGME 7 • MUSIQUE 4 • ÉNIGME 11 • ANGLAIS 4 • MUSIQUE 1 • ÉNIGME 10 • ANGLAIS 1 • MUSIQUE 2 • ANGLAIS 3 • ANGLAIS 2 • MUSIQUE 5 • ÉNIGME 12 • MUSIQUE 3 • FRANÇAIS 3 • FRANÇAIS 1 • FRANÇAIS 2 • FRANÇAIS 4 • FRANÇAIS 5 • ESPAGNOL 6° • ESPAGNOL 5° • ESPAGNOL 3° • ...

### Hughesy's Gang 2015 2015-09-14

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- The guardian of the Maths textbooks and he won’t let anyone else help.
- Name of your school.
- Has the ability to ‘talk underwater’ and practises in Maths lessons.
- Usually found on a cricket pitch, but occasionally does a bit of Maths.
- Art & Media student with a precious metal surname.
- Back row bandit - too cool for 2 unit Maths, but sometimes hangs out with the Police.
- Computing & Media student who is guaranteed not to distract others by talking.
- 3 page ‘cheat sheet’ at the end of the General Maths exam.
- Suburb surrounding the school.
- Your Maths teacher’s first name.
- Works in Mrs Hughes favourite clothes shop.

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- Started out as a quiet student, but has learned how to ‘talk underwater’.
- Too cool to study, but still does well in General Maths exams.
- A confident student who is not shy to call the Principal ‘Bowden’.
- Your Maths teacher’s surname.
- This subject.
- Secretly owns a cosmetics company, but ‘never’ wears makeup to school…
- Sorry Miss, I haven’t done my Maths H/W, but I have 2 slices of grid paper left.
- Higher School Certificate (acronym)
- Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (acronym)
- Wrote his name in every Maths textbook in Room 309.
- Art and Textiles student with an almost perfect H/W record.
- A student with double letter initials and an almost perfect H/W record.

**23 Clues:** This subject. • Name of your school. • Your Maths teacher’s surname. • Suburb surrounding the school. • Your Maths teacher’s first name. • Higher School Certificate (acronym) • Works in Mrs Hughes favourite clothes shop. • Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (acronym) • Art & Media student with a precious metal surname. • Wrote his name in every Maths textbook in Room 309. • ...

### Year 9 Fractions 2020-10-01

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- first maths room
- fourth maths room
- bottom part of a fraction
- means out of 100
- to divide fractions you flip the second and ...
- when the top of a fraction is bigger than the bottom
- whole number
- second maths room
- number less than zero
- an integer and a fraction together
- top part of a fraction
- what you should do to a fraction if you can
- maths tool for sums

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- tool for measuring angles
- third maths room
- make bigger
- tool for drawing circles
- when two fractions are the same
- number greater than zero
- make smaller
- tool for measuring length

**21 Clues:** make bigger • make smaller • whole number • first maths room • third maths room • means out of 100 • fourth maths room • second maths room • maths tool for sums • number less than zero • top part of a fraction • tool for drawing circles • number greater than zero • tool for measuring angles • bottom part of a fraction • tool for measuring length • when two fractions are the same • ...

### Year 9 Fractions 2020-10-01

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- first maths room
- fourth maths room
- bottom part of a fraction
- means out of 100
- to divide fractions you flip the second and ...
- when the top of a fraction is bigger than the bottom
- whole number
- second maths room
- number less than zero
- an integer and a fraction together
- top part of a fraction
- what you should do to a fraction if you can
- maths tool for sums

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- tool for measuring angles
- third maths room
- make bigger
- tool for drawing circles
- when two fractions are the same
- number greater than zero
- make smaller
- tool for measuring length

**21 Clues:** make bigger • make smaller • whole number • first maths room • third maths room • means out of 100 • fourth maths room • second maths room • maths tool for sums • number less than zero • top part of a fraction • tool for drawing circles • number greater than zero • tool for measuring angles • bottom part of a fraction • tool for measuring length • when two fractions are the same • ...

### Monde 2022-04-02

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- ERE 1
- MUSIQUE 3
- MATHS 5
- EPS 1
- ANGLAIS 1
- ÉNIGME 9
- MATHS 1
- ERE 4
- Polo FRANÇAIS 3
- ÉNIGME 7
- ESPAGNOL 5°
- MUSIQUE 1
- EPS 4
- ESPAGNOL 3°
- ERE 3
- MATHS 2
- MUSIQUE 2
- Verne FRANÇAIS 1
- ÉNIGME 2
- EPS 5
- ÉNIGME 8

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- EPS 3
- ANGLAIS 2
- ÉNIGME 1
- BEN ÉNIGME 12
- MUSIQUE 4
- ESPAGNOL 6°
- ÉNIGME 5
- ERE 2
- ÉNIGME 3
- MATHS 4
- MATHS 6
- ÉNIGME 11
- MATHS 3
- FRANÇAIS 2
- ANGLAIS 4
- ÉNIGME 10
- ANGLAIS 3
- EPS 2
- MUSIQUE 5
- FRANÇAIS 4
- ESPAGNOL 4°
- ÉNIGME 6
- ÉNIGME 4
- Pérou FRANÇAIS 5

**45 Clues:** EPS 3 • ERE 1 • ERE 2 • EPS 1 • ERE 4 • EPS 2 • EPS 4 • ERE 3 • EPS 5 • MATHS 5 • MATHS 4 • MATHS 6 • MATHS 3 • MATHS 1 • MATHS 2 • ÉNIGME 1 • ÉNIGME 5 • ÉNIGME 3 • ÉNIGME 9 • ÉNIGME 7 • ÉNIGME 6 • ÉNIGME 4 • ÉNIGME 2 • ÉNIGME 8 • ANGLAIS 2 • MUSIQUE 4 • MUSIQUE 3 • ÉNIGME 11 • ANGLAIS 1 • ANGLAIS 4 • ÉNIGME 10 • ANGLAIS 3 • MUSIQUE 5 • MUSIQUE 1 • MUSIQUE 2 • FRANÇAIS 2 • FRANÇAIS 4 • ESPAGNOL 6° • ESPAGNOL 5° • ESPAGNOL 4° • ESPAGNOL 3° • BEN ÉNIGME 12 • Polo FRANÇAIS 3 • ...

### Monde 2022-04-02

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- ÉNIGME 11
- ERE 2
- ESPAGNOL 6°
- EPS 4
- MATHS 3
- ÉNIGME 6
- MATHS 1
- FRANÇAIS 2
- MUSIQUE 2
- ANGLAIS 3
- ÉNIGME 8
- ESPAGNOL 3°
- FRANÇAIS 4
- EPS 2
- ANGLAIS 2
- ÉNIGME 4
- ÉNIGME 7
- MUSIQUE 5
- ÉNIGME 12
- EPS 3
- MUSIQUE 3
- EPS 1
- ESPAGNOL 4°

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- MUSIQUE 4
- FRANÇAIS 3
- ERE 3
- MATHS 5
- ANGLAIS 4
- MUSIQUE 1
- ERE 4
- ÉNIGME 10
- ÉNIGME 3
- FRANÇAIS 1
- ANGLAIS 1
- ERE 1
- MATHS 6
- EPS 5
- ÉNIGME 9
- ÉNIGME 2
- ESPAGNOL 5°
- MATHS 2
- ÉNIGME 5
- ÉNIGME 1
- FRANÇAIS 5
- MATHS 4

**45 Clues:** ERE 3 • ERE 2 • ERE 4 • EPS 4 • ERE 1 • EPS 5 • EPS 2 • EPS 3 • EPS 1 • MATHS 5 • MATHS 3 • MATHS 1 • MATHS 6 • MATHS 2 • MATHS 4 • ÉNIGME 3 • ÉNIGME 6 • ÉNIGME 9 • ÉNIGME 2 • ÉNIGME 8 • ÉNIGME 5 • ÉNIGME 1 • ÉNIGME 4 • ÉNIGME 7 • MUSIQUE 4 • ÉNIGME 11 • ANGLAIS 4 • MUSIQUE 1 • ÉNIGME 10 • ANGLAIS 1 • MUSIQUE 2 • ANGLAIS 3 • ANGLAIS 2 • MUSIQUE 5 • ÉNIGME 12 • MUSIQUE 3 • FRANÇAIS 3 • FRANÇAIS 1 • FRANÇAIS 2 • FRANÇAIS 4 • FRANÇAIS 5 • ESPAGNOL 6° • ESPAGNOL 5° • ESPAGNOL 3° • ...

### Hughesy's Gang 2015 2015-09-14

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- The guardian of the Maths textbooks and he won’t let anyone else help.
- Too cool to study, but still seems to blitz General Maths exams.
- Your teacher's name.
- A keen student who is not shy to ask lots of questions.
- Sorry Miss, I haven’t done my Maths H/W, but I have 2 slices of grid paper left.
- Talented Art and Textiles student with an almost perfect H/W record.
- Back row bandit - too cool for 2 unit Maths, but enjoyed hanging out with the Police.
- A polite student with an almost perfect H/W record.
- Wrote his name in every Maths textbook in Room 309.

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- Usually found on a cricket pitch, but occasionally does a bit of Maths.
- A polite student who has trouble finding his Maths H/W - sorry Miss, it’s in my old book… I left it at home…it’s on loose paper…etc
- Name of your school.
- This subject.
- Secretly owns a cosmetics company, but I’ve never noticed her wearing makeup to school…
- Has the ability to ‘talk underwater’ and practises in Maths lessons.
- Talented Art & Media student with a precious metal surname.
- Started off as a quiet student, but has learned how to ‘talk underwater’ from the class expert.
- Usually found performing on stage, but performs well in Maths too.
- Works in Mrs Hughes favourite clothes shop.
- Technology whizz who is guaranteed not to distract others by talking.

**20 Clues:** This subject. • Name of your school. • Your teacher's name. • Works in Mrs Hughes favourite clothes shop. • A polite student with an almost perfect H/W record. • Wrote his name in every Maths textbook in Room 309. • A keen student who is not shy to ask lots of questions. • Talented Art & Media student with a precious metal surname. • ...

### Tour du monde 2022-04-03

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- ANGLAIS 4
- ESPAGNOL 5°
- ESPAGNOL 4°
- ÉNIGME 6
- ÉNIGME 3
- FRANÇAIS 3
- ÉNIGME 7
- SVT 3°
- ÉNIGME 10
- ANGLAIS 1
- MUSIQUE 1
- MUSIQUE 3
- EPS 1
- ÉNIGME 8
- ÉNIGME 2
- ERE 1
- EPS 3
- ÉNIGME 4
- EPS 4
- MATHS 2
- EPS 2
- MATHS 4
- MATHS 6
- FRANÇAIS 5
- ERE 3
- MUSIQUE 4
- ERE 2

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- SVT 4°
- ERE 4
- FRANÇAIS 4
- ANGLAIS 3
- SVT 5°
- MUSIQUE 5
- ESPAGNOL 6°
- SVT 6°
- MUSIQUE 2
- ESPAGNOL 3°
- FRANÇAIS 1
- MATHS 5
- EPS 5
- FRANÇAIS 2
- MATHS 1
- ÉNIGME 5
- ÉNIGME 9
- ANGLAIS 2
- MATHS 3
- ÉNIGME 1
- ÉNIGME 11
- ÉNIGME 12

**49 Clues:** ERE 4 • EPS 5 • EPS 1 • ERE 1 • EPS 3 • EPS 4 • EPS 2 • ERE 3 • ERE 2 • SVT 4° • SVT 5° • SVT 6° • SVT 3° • MATHS 5 • MATHS 1 • MATHS 3 • MATHS 2 • MATHS 4 • MATHS 6 • ÉNIGME 6 • ÉNIGME 3 • ÉNIGME 7 • ÉNIGME 8 • ÉNIGME 2 • ÉNIGME 5 • ÉNIGME 9 • ÉNIGME 4 • ÉNIGME 1 • ANGLAIS 4 • ANGLAIS 3 • MUSIQUE 5 • MUSIQUE 2 • ÉNIGME 10 • ANGLAIS 1 • MUSIQUE 1 • MUSIQUE 3 • ANGLAIS 2 • ÉNIGME 11 • ÉNIGME 12 • MUSIQUE 4 • FRANÇAIS 4 • FRANÇAIS 3 • FRANÇAIS 1 • FRANÇAIS 2 • FRANÇAIS 5 • ...

### REVISION 2018-03-07

### L'ecole 2022-03-02

**21 Clues:** IT • pe • art • geo • room • maths • french • german • lesson • subject • physics • history • student • biology • algebra • english • spanish • teacher • business • chemistry • languages

### French subjects 2021-10-03

**21 Clues:** RE • DT • PE • ICT • Art • Latin • Study • Drama • Maths • Music • French • German • Spanish • Biology • English • Physics • Science • History • Languages • Chemistry • Geography

### 5.13 - Module 5 Assignment-PZ 2022-01-06

**20 Clues:** stylo • maths • règle • souris • cahier • crayon • clavier • ciseaux • pupitre • tableau • étagère • biologie • histoire • classeur • français • physique • l'anglais • ordinateur • imprimante • haut-parleur

### school 2022-11-22

**22 Clues:** EPS • SVT • élève • latin • maths • agenda • chimie • musique • devoirs • science • cantine • anglais • cartable • espagnol • physique • histoire • allemand • enseignant • directrice • géographie • emploi du temps • arts plastiques

### 'th' words 2022-03-17

### Vocabulary Unit 5 L1 L2 2014-03-26

**21 Clues:** so • make • game • maths • jelly • a lot • horror • victim • secret • anglais • welcome • uniform • history • français • cassette • chocolate • spaghetti • geography • programme • high school • love (à la fin d'une lettre)

### Vocabulary Unit 5 L1 L2 2014-03-26

**21 Clues:** so • game • make • jelly • maths • a lot • secret • victim • horror • anglais • history • welcome • uniform • cassette • français • spaghetti • geography • chocolate • programme • high school • love (à la fin d'une lettre)

### Papi Giloup 2020-11-07

**26 Clues:** hecq • loup • vélo • chat • coke • bracq • maths • gâteau • pyjama • geluck • bridge • tintin • tintin • charlie • cagoule • manzoni • cavanna • volette • antenne • perceuse • penchant • moustache • réservoir • moustique • viennoiseries • cruciverbiste

### Papi Giloup 2020-11-07

**25 Clues:** vélo • loup • chat • hecq • coke • bracq • maths • pyjama • tintin • geluck • gâteau • bridge • charlie • cavanna • volette • cagoule • manzoni • antenne • perceuse • penchant • moustique • moustache • réservoir • viennoiseries • cruciverbiste

### 5.13 - Module 5 Assignment-PZ 2022-01-06

**24 Clues:** stylo • règle • maths • chaise • souris • cahier • crayon • étagère • ciseaux • tableau • affiche • pupitre • clavier • horloge • français • classeur • physique • biologie • l'anglais • l'histoire • ordinateur • imprimante • l'allemand • haut-parleur

### 5.13 - Module 5 Assignment-PZ 2022-01-06

**24 Clues:** stylo • règle • maths • chaise • souris • cahier • crayon • étagère • ciseaux • tableau • affiche • pupitre • clavier • horloge • français • classeur • physique • biologie • l'anglais • l'histoire • ordinateur • imprimante • l'allemand • haut-parleur

### All about EG 2022-06-20

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- head of maths
- teaches cookery and sport
- teaches Art
- Head of the school
- teaches science with Mrs Cookson
- teaches history
- teaches Y3 purple room
- mellini teaches Dt and is a form tutor in Y5
- Teaches Y5 maths,english and reading
- teaches science
- Head of Lower Prep
- teaches green set maths Y5
- head of sport
- Teaches english blue set in Y5
- teaches Y3 orange room
- table-tennis also teaches maths
- teaches computing
- teaches French/MFL

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- Very funny teaches Y4
- teaches Classics is a form tutor in Y8
- teaches maths and sport
- Drama and Music teacher form tutor in Y5
- teaches PE and is male
- teaches sport with miss llyod (Netball)
- Teaches drama
- head of girls sport
- teaches MFL
- teaches Games and PE like Mr Walis
- teaches sport with miss rose and miss lloyd
- Purple set english
- teaches Y3 blue room
- teaches geography
- teaches Y4 went on the ski trip
- loves book teaches Y5 red set english
- teaches Music

**35 Clues:** teaches Art • teaches MFL • head of maths • Teaches drama • head of sport • teaches Music • teaches history • teaches science • teaches geography • teaches computing • Head of the school • Head of Lower Prep • Purple set english • teaches French/MFL • head of girls sport • teaches Y3 blue room • Very funny teaches Y4 • teaches Y3 purple room • teaches PE and is male • teaches Y3 orange room • ...

### All about EG 2022-06-20

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- head of maths
- teaches cookery and sport
- teaches Art
- Head of the school
- teaches science with Mrs Cookson
- teaches history
- teaches Y3 purple room
- mellini teaches Dt and is a form tutor in Y5
- Teaches Y5 maths,english and reading
- teaches science
- Head of Lower Prep
- teaches green set maths Y5
- head of sport
- Teaches english blue set in Y5
- teaches Y3 orange room
- table-tennis also teaches maths
- teaches computing
- teaches French/MFL

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- Very funny teaches Y4
- teaches Classics is a form tutor in Y8
- teaches maths and sport
- Drama and Music teacher form tutor in Y5
- teaches PE and is male
- teaches sport with miss llyod (Netball)
- Teaches drama
- head of girls sport
- teaches MFL
- teaches Games and PE like Mr Walis
- teaches sport with miss rose and miss lloyd
- Purple set english
- teaches Y3 blue room
- teaches geography
- teaches Y4 went on the ski trip
- loves book teaches Y5 red set english
- teaches Music

**35 Clues:** teaches Art • teaches MFL • head of maths • Teaches drama • head of sport • teaches Music • teaches history • teaches science • teaches geography • teaches computing • Head of the school • Head of Lower Prep • Purple set english • teaches French/MFL • head of girls sport • teaches Y3 blue room • Very funny teaches Y4 • teaches Y3 purple room • teaches PE and is male • teaches Y3 orange room • ...

### School Subjects 2022-01-28

**17 Clues:** Art • Art • P.E. • Drama • Maths • Music • French • Spanish • English • History • Science • Biology • Geography • Chemistry • Computing • Technology • Business Studies

### Les matières scolaires 2020-03-08

### L'ECOLE 2023-01-11

**19 Clues:** PE • SS • LA • gym • music • binder • school • library • notebook • sciences • cafeteria • pencilcase • plastique art • maths (short) • middle school • a dos backpack • de class classroom • IT/Computer sciences • languages (as in foreign)

### STFS Crossword 2017-05-09

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- Oscar's favourite sport
- Our male maths teacher
- Lesson with Mrs Quin
- Duke of ... Award that you can do in year 9
- Teacher or building of worship
- Leon's favourite sport
- Used to work out sums
- The best house in school!
- English study of books
- The losing house in school
- One of the foreign languages we will learn
- The last session of the day
- One of the foreign languages we will learn
- Science of space and motion
- Standard second place house
- Summer sport
- Teacher of computer science

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- Summer sport
- Where you wait for hums lessons
- Where you can play football
- Your cover teacher
- Electronic device you should have at school
- Banned at school
- Where do we go for sports day?
- Our female maths teacher
- Where is Romany this week?
- Science of chemicals
- How many maths rooms there are
- Science of life
- One of the foreign languages we will learn
- The head of maths
- Our chef

**32 Clues:** Our chef • Summer sport • Summer sport • Science of life • Banned at school • The head of maths • Your cover teacher • Lesson with Mrs Quin • Science of chemicals • Used to work out sums • Our male maths teacher • Leon's favourite sport • English study of books • Oscar's favourite sport • Our female maths teacher • The best house in school! • Where is Romany this week? • The losing house in school • ...

### All about school 2020-05-20

**32 Clues:** PE • DT • art • fun • ICT • easy • prep • hour • nice • drama • maths • music • school • Sunday • French • Friday • boring • strict • Monday • teacher • science • Tuesday • subject • history • English • Saturday • Thursday • geography • difficult • Wednesday • geography • interesting

### CROSSWORD 2018-04-13

### School subjects 2017-06-15

**15 Clues:** art • music • maths • sports • biology • science • cooking • physics • history • languages • geography • chemistry • metalwork • literature • information-technology

### Sams crossword puzzle 2020-10-01

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- They all start with the same letter
- we used in maths
- something that holds in the past
- Starters we made up the rest in english
- Distance we have to do this at break
- the mighty it was a nice book to read
- We learnt in tech
- weaving we used paper to make in art
- you need to know every day
- People were not treated right in the past

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- Energy the energy that moved our boats
- we used in maths and it moves
- We learnt in maths and it has a dot
- Africa we live here and we love it
- san they hunt for food
- we learnt how to turn it into a decimal
- there differnt types of them
- new in maths
- we did at the start of term 3 in art

**19 Clues:** new in maths • we used in maths • We learnt in tech • san they hunt for food • you need to know every day • there differnt types of them • we used in maths and it moves • something that holds in the past • Africa we live here and we love it • We learnt in maths and it has a dot • They all start with the same letter • Distance we have to do this at break • ...

### School subjects 2019-02-26

**16 Clues:** PE • IT • Art • Maths • Music • French • German • Physics • History • Spanish • English • Geography • Home Economics • Modern Studies • Physical education • Religious Education

### Maths 2014-05-12

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- number of years in a decade
- They give the numbers a hug
- the beehive shape
- The bottom of the fraction
- the line joining 2 points on a circle whilst passing through the centre
- The smallest of numbers
- the smallest measurement on your ruler
- the theorem that relates the 3 sides of a triangle
- x and y
- any number sentance with an equals sign

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- number of degrees in a parallelogram
- The opposite of subtract
- the top of the fraction
- the only number not repesented by roman numerals
- It lasts forever
- 1,000,000 milimetres
- the sum of the lengths of the sides in a polygon
- 4 sides
- a line from a point in a circle to the centre
- a letter used to represent a number
- the only even prime number
- Share out
- 2 people ont chocolate bar
- Is also a yummy food
- New teenager
- 2 cubed

**26 Clues:** 4 sides • 2 cubed • x and y • Share out • New teenager • It lasts forever • the beehive shape • 1,000,000 milimetres • Is also a yummy food • the top of the fraction • The smallest of numbers • The opposite of subtract • The bottom of the fraction • the only even prime number • 2 people ont chocolate bar • number of years in a decade • They give the numbers a hug • ...

### Maths 2012-12-14

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- extending in the same direction, everywhere equidistant, and not meeting
- a never stopping line in one direction origination from one point
- An equation that may be expressed as Ax2 + Bx + C = 0.
- passing through two nonadjacent edges of a polyhedron
- an element of a mathematical set that when multiplied by a given element yields the identity element
- a number obtained when a number is multiplied by itself 3 times
- a quadrilateral with each pair of opposite side parallel and having 90 degree angles
- a subject involving geometry and algebra

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- number that can be expressed as a sum of two cubes
- rectangle with all four sides equal
- a letter taking place of a unknown varying number
- The square root of a negative number.
- a polygon of four sides
- A method used for multiplying binomials in which the first terms, the outside terms, the inside terms, and then the last terms are multiplied.
- simple closed curve which divides the plane into two regions: an interior and an exterior
- a polyhedron that has four faces
- an equality true for every value of the variable in it
- interval between two points and claimed it could be extended indefinitely in either direction.
- of the same measure, quantity, amount, or number as another
- a polygon having three sides

**20 Clues:** a polygon of four sides • a polygon having three sides • a polyhedron that has four faces • rectangle with all four sides equal • The square root of a negative number. • a subject involving geometry and algebra • a letter taking place of a unknown varying number • number that can be expressed as a sum of two cubes • passing through two nonadjacent edges of a polyhedron • ...

### Maths 2016-05-20

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- numbers:numbers when expressed in dot forms make an equilateral triangle.
- numbers:these numbers can be written as fraction or ratio.
- pair:it is a pair of adjacent supplementary angles.
- angles:two corresponding angles whose sum is 180.
- numbers:two numbers with the difference of 1.
- line crossing another line at a right angle is said to be_____to it.
- number raised to the power 3.
- angles:the angles on the opposite corner when two lines are crossed by another line.
- factors:a factor that is prime number.
- segment:it is a part of line bounded by two distinct end points.

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- numbers:these are formed by multiplying a digit to itself 3 times.
- numbers:numbers that do not consist of 0 or negative numbers.
- lines:line on a plane that cross 2 or more lines.
- value of something.
- four sided polygon with four angles.
- number raised to the power 2.
- angles:the angles in matching corners when two lines are crossed by another line.
- roots:it is a value that when multiplied by itself gives the number.
- lines:lines on a plane that do not meet at any point.
- roots:it is a value when multiplied by itself 3 times gives the number.

**20 Clues:** value of something. • number raised to the power 2. • number raised to the power 3. • four sided polygon with four angles. • factors:a factor that is prime number. • numbers:two numbers with the difference of 1. • lines:line on a plane that cross 2 or more lines. • angles:two corresponding angles whose sum is 180. • pair:it is a pair of adjacent supplementary angles. • ...

### maths 2017-03-25

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- / The sum of the lengths of the sides of a polygon
- / The middle number in a data set when the data are put in order
- / A positive angle measuring less than 90 degrees
- / The value of a variable that makes an equation true
- /
- / measured in degrees
- / The distance from the center to a point on a circle
- / The steepness of a line expressed as a ratio, using any two points on the line
- / The point on an angle where the two sides intersect

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- / Points that lie on the same line
- / identical double
- root / the number which, if multiplied by itself gives you the original number
- / The top part of a fraction
- / In a data set, the sum of all the data points, divided by the number of data points; average
- / The number which, when multiplied times a particular fraction, gives a result of 1
- / A type of numbers used to count
- / A point on a line segment that divides the segment into two congruent segments
- / A type of number that can be expressed as the ratio of two integers
- / A parallelogram with four equal sides
- / A type of natural number that is divisible by 2
- / The ten symbols, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9

**21 Clues:** / • / identical double • / measured in degrees • / The top part of a fraction • / A type of numbers used to count • / Points that lie on the same line • / A parallelogram with four equal sides • / A positive angle measuring less than 90 degrees • / A type of natural number that is divisible by 2 • / The sum of the lengths of the sides of a polygon • ...

### Maths 2020-11-24

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- The mean is an example of one
- A 2d shape with only one side
- The longest side of a ______
- What to do after adding up when finding the mean
- The distance around the outside of a _____
- The middle number of a list
- The number of degrees in a right angle
- The biggest number in a list take away the smallest
- A point on a grid defined by two numbers
- The area of mathematics that involves ____
- Something used to display statistical data
- The area of mathematics involving shapes

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- The distance from the centre of a _____ to the edge
- A mathematical statement which has been proven
- Any 2D shape with four sides
- Greek philosopher after who a famous _____ was named
- Something which can be solved for a variable
- The likelihood that something will happen
- A type of table which shows how many times each number appears in a list
- A shape with three sides
- How steep a line is
- A ____ with all sides and all angles the same

**22 Clues:** How steep a line is • A shape with three sides • The middle number of a list • The longest side of a ______ • Any 2D shape with four sides • The mean is an example of one • A 2d shape with only one side • The number of degrees in a right angle • A point on a grid defined by two numbers • The area of mathematics involving shapes • The likelihood that something will happen • ...

### Maths 2021-08-22

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- 7. The measure of how heavy something is
- 5. A value that does not change
- 4. A segment joining two points on a circle
- Two rays sharing the same endpoint (vertex)
- 9. A line that crosses/intersects two or more lines
- 4. Objects and figures that have the same size and shape
- 2. A step by step procedure by which an operation can be carried out
- The bottom of a shape or three-dimensional object, what an object rests on
- 7. An equation that is true for variables of any value
- 10. The difference between the maximum and minimum in a set of data
- 1. A straight line with only one endpoint that extends infinitely

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- 3. A polynomial equation with two terms usually joined by a plus or minus sign
- 6. All whole numbers, positive or negative, including zero
- Line segments joined together to form a closed figure
- 9. A ratio or fraction with the denominator 100
- 6. a graph that uses bars that equal ranges of values
- 5. A line is where two faces meet in a three-dimensional structure
- 1. The branch of mathematics that substitutes letters for numbers to solve for unknown values
- 8. The total distance around the outside of a polygon
- 8. A letter used to represent a numerical value in equations and expressions

**20 Clues:** 5. A value that does not change • 7. The measure of how heavy something is • 4. A segment joining two points on a circle • Two rays sharing the same endpoint (vertex) • 9. A ratio or fraction with the denominator 100 • 9. A line that crosses/intersects two or more lines • Line segments joined together to form a closed figure • ...

### maths 2021-10-09

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- b^2-4ac is the _________.
- _________ probability is probability that is determined on the basis of reasoning.
- Trigonometric _______ are equations involving the trigonometric functions that are true for every value of the variables involved.
- Given a right circular cone, which is sliced through by a plane parallel to its base, when the smaller conical portion is removed , the resulting solid is called a ______ of a right circular cone.
- The graphical representation of a quadratic polynomial is known as ______
- The of grouped data can be obtained graphically as the x coordinate of the point of intersection of the two origin gives for the data
- The distance between two given points is found by _______ formula.
- The triangles whose corresponding angles are equal and corresponding sides are ______ are called similar triangles.

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- Numbers having non terminating non recurring decimal expansion are known as _______ Numbers
- The sequence 2,4,6,8.. lies in an ________ Progression
- cot stands for ______.
- A quadrilateral that has all sides equal but not diagonals is ________.
- probability of a sure event is _______.
- 9x+3y+12=0 and 18x+ 6y+24=0 has ______ lines.
- An algebraic expression consisting of one term-
- All equilateral triangle are _____.
- _______ division Algorithm is used to find the HCF of two positive number.
- A ______ is a region bounded by a chord of a circle and the intercepted arc of the circle
- When linear equations have no solution, lines are ______.
- A point equidistant from all the points on the circumference of the circle is called it's _____.

**20 Clues:** cot stands for ______. • b^2-4ac is the _________. • All equilateral triangle are _____. • probability of a sure event is _______. • 9x+3y+12=0 and 18x+ 6y+24=0 has ______ lines. • An algebraic expression consisting of one term- • The sequence 2,4,6,8.. lies in an ________ Progression • When linear equations have no solution, lines are ______. • ...

### maths 2023-01-03

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- visual representation of data collected is called what?
- is the difference between the lowest and highest values called?
- possibility and impossibility of an event is called what?
- comparing quantities (P) stands for what? principal
- result of an event that depends on probability is called what?
- closed shape and a type of polygon that has four sides, four vertices and four angles is called what? quadrilateral
- number of times an observation occurs in the given data is called what?
- of what = Height/2 (Sum of parallel sides) = 1/2 h(a+b)?
- area of _________ = 2(lh+bh+lb)

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- of space occupied by a three-dimensional object is called what?
- ________ is a number or variable and any algebraic combination of other _______.
- term that represents an unknown number or unknown value or unknown quantity is called what?
- What is a number or ratio expressed as a fraction of 100 and the sign is %?
- What is a bar graph called, that is used to group numbers into ranges?
- observations collected by an observer is called what?
- of a number shows how many times the number is multiplied by itself.
- a number or any symbol representing a constant value that is multiplied by the variable of a single term is called what?
- line that is used to make or mark measurements is called what?
- large numbers can be expressed in standard form by using_________ exponents
- reduction in price is called what?

**20 Clues:** area of _________ = 2(lh+bh+lb) • reduction in price is called what? • comparing quantities (P) stands for what? principal • observations collected by an observer is called what? • visual representation of data collected is called what? • of what = Height/2 (Sum of parallel sides) = 1/2 h(a+b)? • possibility and impossibility of an event is called what? • ...

### Maths 2022-05-31

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- I am polynomial with one term
- Numbers with factors one or number itself
- Father of mathematics
- Angle greater than 180° but smaller than 360°
- Numbers that can be represented in the form p/q
- An event that will probably occur
- Number that includes whole number, negative numbers but no fraction
- A indefinite decimal expansion
- Numbers that don't include zero in the set of positive integers
- A triangle with all angles=60°
- Numbers that can't be represented in the form p/q
- Numbers that include irrational and rational number
- I am father of geometry
- There are four types of cards in a deck, one of them is:
- I am polynomial with two terms
- Diagnols of a parallelogram divides it into two triangle

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- I am the largest side of triangle
- I am in close relation with my sister addition
- My name comes from Mathema which means knowledge
- Only number that can't be represented in roman numerals
- A finite decimal expansion
- Numbers that include natural number and zero
- Quadrilateral that has properties of rhombus as well as rectangle
- Numbers with factors other than one and number itself
- Angle equal to 90
- I am five sided polygon
- A polynomial with three as degree
- A polynomial with three terms
- Quadrilateral with a pair of non parallel sides
- I am polynomial with degree 4
- Angle greater than 90
- Angle less than 90

**32 Clues:** Angle equal to 90 • Angle less than 90 • Father of mathematics • Angle greater than 90 • I am five sided polygon • I am father of geometry • A finite decimal expansion • I am polynomial with one term • A polynomial with three terms • I am polynomial with degree 4 • A triangle with all angles=60° • I am polynomial with two terms • A indefinite decimal expansion • ...

### Maths 2023-06-06

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- THE ACT PROCESS OR RESULT OF SUBSTITUTING ONE THING FOR ANOTHER
- LINES THAT DO NOT INTERSECT
- ANY REAL NUMBER THAT CANNOT BE EXPRESSED AS THE QUOTIENT OF TWO INEGERS
- ALL THE X-VALUES THAT MAKE THE POLYNOMIAL EQUAL TO ZERO
- THE FUNDAMENTAL OF MATHEMATICS THAT INCLUDES THE OPERATIONS OF NUMBERS
- THE POINT AT WHICH TWO LINES INTERSECT
- THE BREAKING OR DECOMPOSITION OF AN ENTITY INTO A PRODUCT OF ANOTHER ENTITY OR FACTORS WHICH WHEN MULTIPLIED TOGETHER GIVE THE ORIGINAL NUMBER OR A MATRIX
- ANY POLYNOMIAL DEFINED BY AN EQUATION OF THE FORM
- LINE OCCURS AT THE SAME TIME

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- ADD OR SUBTRACT THE EQUATIONS TO GET AN EQUATION IN ONE VARIABLE
- EQUATION OF A SECOND DEGREE WHICH IMPLIES THAT IT COMPRISES A MINIMUM OF ONE TERMED THAT IS SQUARED
- A TRUE STATEMENT THAT IS LESSER IMPORTANT AND IS USED IN PROVING ANOTHER IMPORTANT STATEMENT IS TRUE
- ANY NUMBER THAT CAN BE EXPRESSED IN THE FORM OF A FRACTION
- A PROCEDURE USED FOR SOLVING A PROBLEM
- THE BRANCH OF MATHEMATICS IN WHICH ABSTRACT SYMBOLS RATHER THAN NUMBERS ARE MANIPULATED OR OPERATED WITH ARITHMETIC
- THE RESULT OR ANSWER AFTER ADDING TWO OR MORE NUMBERS OR TERMS
- A DECIMAL THAT HAS AN END DIGIT
- A MULTIPLICATIVE FACTOR IN SOME TERM OF AN EXPRESSION
- A NUMBER THAT YOU GET TO BY MULTIPLYING TWO OR MORE OTHER NUMBERS TOGETHER
- A POLYNOMIAL OF DEGREE THREE

**20 Clues:** LINES THAT DO NOT INTERSECT • A POLYNOMIAL OF DEGREE THREE • LINE OCCURS AT THE SAME TIME • A DECIMAL THAT HAS AN END DIGIT • A PROCEDURE USED FOR SOLVING A PROBLEM • THE POINT AT WHICH TWO LINES INTERSECT • ANY POLYNOMIAL DEFINED BY AN EQUATION OF THE FORM • A MULTIPLICATIVE FACTOR IN SOME TERM OF AN EXPRESSION • ALL THE X-VALUES THAT MAKE THE POLYNOMIAL EQUAL TO ZERO • ...

### Maths 2023-07-10

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- 27 multiplied by 9
- the square root of 767376 is...
- 67 multiplied by 7
- the square root of 92698384 is...
- 5680 divided by 10
- 9 to the power of 3
- 178 multiplied by 6
- 376623 divided by 39
- 56 multiplied by 62

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- 49872 divided by 6 subtract 2078
- 5780 divided by 20
- 94 multiplied by 39
- 13 multiplied by 6
- 178 multiplied by 51
- 76 multiplied by 35 plus 139
- what is the lowest common multiple of 5 22 and 17
- 9 multiplied by 9
- 98 multiplied by 62
- 8 multiplied by 8
- what is the highest common factor of 96 and 704

**20 Clues:** 9 multiplied by 9 • 8 multiplied by 8 • 5780 divided by 20 • 27 multiplied by 9 • 67 multiplied by 7 • 13 multiplied by 6 • 5680 divided by 10 • 94 multiplied by 39 • 9 to the power of 3 • 178 multiplied by 6 • 98 multiplied by 62 • 56 multiplied by 62 • 178 multiplied by 51 • 376623 divided by 39 • 76 multiplied by 35 plus 139 • the square root of 767376 is... • ...

### Maths 2023-07-19

### Crossword Puzzle 2013-02-26

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- / an added outside porch
- / like an excuse
- / to add something up
- / the working in a question
- / a system of symbols in maths
- / the first appearence
- / to follow
- / a place
- / a still sculptures
- / awkward scielence

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- / if you are good at maths you are ...
- / a substance in chocolate
- / the name of the dot in maths
- / insects that can jump really high that love dogs
- / like a promice
- / enemy
- / someone who is shipped from another country illegally and lives somewhere else
- / a flying insect that sucks your blood.
- / riding on animals (mainly bulls)
- / like a metaphor

**20 Clues:** / enemy • / a place • / to follow • / like an excuse • / like a promice • / like a metaphor • / awkward scielence • / a still sculptures • / to add something up • / the first appearence • / an added outside porch • / a substance in chocolate • / the working in a question • / the name of the dot in maths • / a system of symbols in maths • / riding on animals (mainly bulls) • ...

### Maths 2013-02-03

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- arrangement of information in rows and columns
- result of multiplication
- widthXlegthXheight
- half a sphere
- number close to the exact number
- ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter
- equal to 1000 billions
- a letter or symbol that stands for a number or quantity
- 6 sided figure
- 36 inches

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- shape that occupies space and has volume
- line segment that shows the figures height
- number being divided
- meeting at right angles
- series of marks at regular intervals along a line
- how heavy an object is
- plane shape with three sides and three angles
- line perpendicular o the radius of a circle
- length
- a closed plane figure formed by line segments

**20 Clues:** length • 36 inches • half a sphere • 6 sided figure • widthXlegthXheight • number being divided • how heavy an object is • equal to 1000 billions • meeting at right angles • result of multiplication • number close to the exact number • shape that occupies space and has volume • line segment that shows the figures height • line perpendicular o the radius of a circle • ...

### Maths 2016-04-11

**28 Clues:** 9x91 • 6x98 • 68+12 • 1076/4 • 534+73 • 9075/5 • 842+23 • 3321x2 • 231+331 • 48958/7 • 835x803 • 2769x26 • 470x332 • 462+246 • 3380x57 • 8358x43 • 8422+23 • 181x567 • 31102/2 • 3116x58 • 202x125 • 308x141 • 516x677 • 7021+132 • 2031+331 • 9412+2533 • 7020+5324 • 2353+1123

### Maths 2014-09-16

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- All elements that belong to either events A or B
- Two triangles that are the sane shape but have a different size
- Triangle with two equal sides
- A graph of a quadratic relation
- notation A number written in the form a x 10^m
- Sum up to 90 degrees
- When the graph moves from its original place (up, down, left or right)
- Sum up to 180 degrees
- Two triangles with exactly the same size and shape
- Algebraic products and quotients using index laws
- Sum up to 360 degrees

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- Triangle with 3 different sides
- Shapes with four sides
- The list of outcomes from an experiment
- Irrational numbers that use a root sign
- An area of maths concerned with chance.
- Triangle with all equal sides
- All elements that belong to A and B
- When the graph gets narrower or wider
- When the graph is reflected in the x axis

**20 Clues:** Sum up to 90 degrees • Sum up to 180 degrees • Sum up to 360 degrees • Shapes with four sides • Triangle with two equal sides • Triangle with all equal sides • Triangle with 3 different sides • A graph of a quadratic relation • All elements that belong to A and B • When the graph gets narrower or wider • The list of outcomes from an experiment • ...

### Maths 2014-09-16

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- angle of 360 degrees
- when x=0
- flipping the fraction that is being multiplied
- a^2 + b^2 = c^2
- b^2-4ac
- the negative sign before x^2 reflects the parabolas in the x-axis
- is the list of favourable outcomes
- rise over run
- are rectangles with equal length sides
- have the same gradient
- Pr(AUB) = Pr(A)+ Pr(B)= Pr(A and B)
- has the same shape but different size
- when you divide something
- image divided by original
- sum of 180 degres
- angle more than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees
- egually opposite angles
- involves writing expressions as a product of factors
- when you add something
- side angle side
- involves adding any interest earned to the balance at the end of each
- when you times something
- when y=0
- angle less than 90 degrees

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- is the graph of a quadratic relation
- is supplementary to an interior angle
- the value, k, shifts, the parabola up or down.
- have an angle sum given by S=180(n-2)
- are parallelograms with all angles 90degrees
- a number written in the usual way, not in scientific
- angles are equal
- is calculated in the same way as theoretical probability
- when you minus something
- digits in a number counted from left to right from the first non-zero digit
- right hypotenuse side
- an irrational number
- is a single experiment such as a single toss
- Side side side
- the mathematics of chance
- (n-2)180
- contains a variable x
- sum of 90 degrees
- are quadrilaterals with two pairs of parallel sides
- a number written in the form a x 10^m
- the value, a before x^2 dilates the parabola from x-axis
- numerator over denominator
- law used to expand brackets
- angle angle side
- is the list of outcomes from an experiment
- is a possible result from an experiment

**50 Clues:** b^2-4ac • when x=0 • (n-2)180 • when y=0 • rise over run • Side side side • a^2 + b^2 = c^2 • side angle side • angles are equal • angle angle side • sum of 180 degres • sum of 90 degrees • angle of 360 degrees • an irrational number • right hypotenuse side • contains a variable x • when you add something • have the same gradient • egually opposite angles • when you minus something • ...

### Maths 2014-06-07

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- sum of three angles of a _________ is 180
- equilateral quadrilateral
- line segment joining the centre of the circle to any point on the circle itself
- three or more points that lie in a straight line
- relationship between two lines which meet at a right angle
- Algebric Expression which has two or more Terms
- Every point on the number line represents a unique real number
- All the rational numbers and irrational numbers taken together
- line that passes through two lines in the same plane
- ________ is a Whole Number
- __________ is a Rational Number
- Quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides
- equiangular quadrilateral

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- Indian Astronomer and Mathematician
- line segment whose endpoints lie on the circle
- Numbers between two rational numbers are __________
- Greek Genius - PI Decimal Expansion
- Two angles whose sum is 180 degrees
- Every Whole Number is a _________ Number
- Two lines on a plane that never meet
- Two distinct point in a plane determine a _____________ line
- regular quadrilateral
- closed figure that is the union of line segments in a plane
- Greek philosopher and mathematician

**24 Clues:** regular quadrilateral • equilateral quadrilateral • equiangular quadrilateral • ________ is a Whole Number • __________ is a Rational Number • Indian Astronomer and Mathematician • Greek Genius - PI Decimal Expansion • Two angles whose sum is 180 degrees • Greek philosopher and mathematician • Two lines on a plane that never meet • Every Whole Number is a _________ Number • ...

### Maths 2019-05-12

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- angle mesurant 90°
- segment qui a pour extrémité deux point du cercle
- angle mesurant 180°
- point situé à égale distance de tout les autres point du cercle
- mathématicien qui a donné son nom à une division
- deux droite ayant un point en commun
- nombres multipliés de la multiplication
- angle mesurant entre 90° et 180°
- il est composé d'au moins un chiffre
- ranger des nombres du plus grand au plus petit
- ranger des nombres du plus petit au plus grand
- triangle ayant tout ses côtés de même mesure
- résultat de la soustraction
- angle mesurant entre 0° et 90°
- quadrilatère qui a ses côtés parallèles 2 à 2
- résultat de la division
- segment qui a pour extrémité deux point du cercle et passe par son centre
- nombres additionés dans l'addition
- segment qui a pour extrémité le centre du cercle et un point du cercle

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- quadrilatère ayant 4 angles droits et 4 côtés de même mesure
- triangle ayant 2 côtés de même mesure
- objet mathématique qui commence en un point et passe par une autre point
- quadrilatère qui n'a que deux côtés opposés parallèles
- angle mesurant 0°
- inférieur à 10,utilisé pour faire des nombres
- droite composé d'un point d'origine,une unité de graduation et d'un sens de lecture
- quadrilatère ayant 4 angles droits
- logiciel de programmation que nous utilisons
- polygone à 4 côtés
- droite qui coupe un segment en deux parties égales et forme un angle droit
- quadrilatère ayant 4 côtés de même mesure
- droite qui partage un angle en deux angles égaux
- on dit que A est .......... de B si A divisé par B admet un reste nul
- polygone à 3 côtés
- résultat de la multiplication
- résultat de l'addition
- infinité de points alignés

**37 Clues:** angle mesurant 0° • angle mesurant 90° • polygone à 4 côtés • polygone à 3 côtés • angle mesurant 180° • résultat de l'addition • résultat de la division • infinité de points alignés • résultat de la soustraction • résultat de la multiplication • angle mesurant entre 0° et 90° • angle mesurant entre 90° et 180° • quadrilatère ayant 4 angles droits • nombres additionés dans l'addition • ...

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- .............is another name for the absolute value of a complex number
- If tangent line is parallel to x axis, then slope is ....
- A ........ is the set of all points in the plane equidistant from a given line (directrix) and a given point F not on the line (the focus).
- Every ....... function is continuous.
- The .... of differential equation is ..... of highest order derivative.
- The rate of change of position with respect to time.
- A square matrix is ......... if A'=A.
- The derivative represents the average ..... of change.
- Two vectors are called ....... if they are parallel to the same line.
- (trrue/false) The Rolle's theorem states that integral of f(x)is equal to the area of f(x) over the subsequent interval.
- Find the area under the curve y =3x^2 in [-1,1].
- Pi is .......... number.
- The side of a right triangle opposite the 90 angle.
- A ......... matrix does not possess inverse matrix.
- 1-5i is .......... of 1+5i

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- A line that intersects the circle at exactly one point.
- Log base e is also called ......log.
- (Yes/Noo)Does the values 0.1, 0.3, 0.5 show the value of a valid probability function on the outcomes in a sample space?
- Pi is circumference divided by ...........
- The ratio of the vertical rise to the horizontal run between any two points on line.
- If |A|=0, then matrix A is called .....matrix.
- A .......... is two curves that are like infinite bows
- Let z' be a complex conjugate of z, than z−z'/2i is...... number.
- The slope of tangent line is also known as.............
- A ........ has an eccentricity of zero.
- (trrue/false) The vertex is halfway between the focus and directrix.
- The number of quadrants in a coordinate system.
- ....... is reverse process of differentiation.
- Those quantities which have magnitude as well as directions are called ......
- If y=secx+tanx then dy/dx is .........

**30 Clues:** Pi is .......... number. • 1-5i is .......... of 1+5i • Log base e is also called ......log. • Every ....... function is continuous. • A square matrix is ......... if A'=A. • If y=secx+tanx then dy/dx is ......... • A ........ has an eccentricity of zero. • Pi is circumference divided by ........... • If |A|=0, then matrix A is called .....matrix. • ...

### Maths 2020-04-30

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- Symbolises if a number is negative or not
- 1/3
- 0.1111...
- The factors of a number
- A long narrow mark
- To add repeatedly
- >
- 0.14285714285714...
- A _ of a litre is 1 cup
- Nothing
- The upper number in fractions

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- Most common way to cut a pizza
- Synonym for addition
- An operation marked with an x
- All of, entire
- They can be Roman
- 50%
- Abbreviated to No.
- 20%
- 0.1666...
- A number that isn't whole
- Synonym for subtraction
- Synonym for addition, usually with money
- 10%

**24 Clues:** > • 1/3 • 50% • 20% • 10% • Nothing • 0.1111... • 0.1666... • All of, entire • They can be Roman • To add repeatedly • A long narrow mark • Abbreviated to No. • 0.14285714285714... • Synonym for addition • The factors of a number • Synonym for subtraction • A _ of a litre is 1 cup • A number that isn't whole • An operation marked with an x • The upper number in fractions • Most common way to cut a pizza • ...

### maths 2020-10-15

**20 Clues:** gfjrjr • cjrejjc • vjvjebvk • kvdkvkev • vjbejbve • jnvjervn • cjncjerve • vbjfbejbb • nrfvjjevj • fvjdbvjkv • vbfjvbjecb • jebvcjejec • bhcwehcebc • dvbjdbjfve • vbehbvebiev • nvjfbbevieu • jcjcjencjuef • nvjebcvebvfev • verbvrebcreuv • efnvjenjnvenrv

### Maths 2021-01-31

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- to say numbers in order
- An exact location. It has no size, only position (bod)
- longer and doing action of express (výraz)
- it is the name for the following 1,2,3,4 (číslo)
- the action or process of adding something to something else.(přidání)
- is the qualities, beliefs, personality, looks and/or expressions that make a person (identita)
- the space (usually measured in degrees) between two intersecting lines or surfaces at or close to the point where they meet.(úhel)
- a place or area where two or more things (průsečík)
- bigger version of the word great (větší)
- the enclosing boundary of a curved geometric figure, especially a circle(obvod)
- of, relating to, resembling, or having a graph that is a line and especially a straight line (lineární)
- a numerical quantity that is not a whole number (zlomek)
- amounting to nothing (nula)

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- less than zero (negativní)
- An expression that represents repeated multiplication of the same factor is called (Napájení)
- the continuous line forming the boundary of a closed geometrical figure
- to take away by or as if by deducting (odčítat)
- Numbers we can multiply together to get another number (faktor)
- a straight line or plane that touches a curve or curved surface at a point, but if extended does not cross it at that point (tečna)
- exactly the same in number, amount (rovný)
- a numeric system that only uses two digits — 0 and 1 (binární)
- a solution of a problem (řešení)
- which represents the relationship of two expressions on either side of the sign (rovnice)

**23 Clues:** to say numbers in order • less than zero (negativní) • a solution of a problem (řešení) • amounting to nothing (nula) • longer and doing action of express (výraz) • exactly the same in number, amount (rovný) • bigger version of the word great (větší) • to take away by or as if by deducting (odčítat) • it is the name for the following 1,2,3,4 (číslo) • ...

### Maths 2021-04-10

**20 Clues:** 2+2=? • 5+5=? • 8+3=? • 5-4=? • 10-8=? • 20-8=? • 11+8=? • 10-5=? • 12+6=? • 12-5=? • 20-14=? • 99-90=? • 10+10=? • 30-22=? • 30-10-4=? • 40-30+7=? • 10+10-5=? • 40-20-6=? • 100-90+3+? • 100-99+2=?

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### Maths 2021-09-10

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- What is the 174th odd number?
- In the picture at the right, solve for a
- V = 3b + 2b^2. Find the value of V when b = 4.
- Find √1369.
- If y = 14884, find y^(1/2)
- Find (43^2 x 27^2) / (8√256)
- If x = 4 and y = 8, find 2(4xy + 5) + 3(5x + 7y)
- Ben has $1247 and he gives $335 to charity. During his birthday, John gave him $500. How much money does he have?
- What is the round of value of 108.76 to its nearest whole number ?
- Size of each interior angle in a 30-sided polygon.
- Find 17576^(3/2)
- An angle in a base of an isosceles triangle has a measure of 70 degrees°. What is the exterior angle of the angle that is not on the base of an isosceles triangle.
- In the picture above find x
- HCF of 900 and 1350.
- Find the HCF of 210 and 350 using prime factors.
- John has a balance of $25.5. He deposits $34.5 and then withdraws $10. How much money does he have?
- In the picture above find y

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- Given that a = 14, b = 6 and c = 2, ab+24/2c.
- Sum of the next 3 odd numbers after 10345.
- Change 34/9 into a decimal and express the decimal to 3 sf
- Find the LCM of 2352 and 280 using prime factors.
- 69 + [25 x (9-2)] = ?
- If x = 7, find 4(7x+48)
- A polygon has an angle sum of 2520° How many sides does it have?
- LCM of 336 and 280.
- Simplify 7x - 2y - 3x + 5y. After simplifying, find the answer if x = 12 and y = 15
- A quadrilateral is in the form of a kite. The length of its diagonals are 20 cm and 10 cm. The area of the kite is….
- Find 865^2.
- Simplify (45x^2y) / (9x^2). After simplifying, find the answer if y = 25
- In the picture below, find x

**30 Clues:** Find √1369. • Find 865^2. • Find 17576^(3/2) • LCM of 336 and 280. • HCF of 900 and 1350. • 69 + [25 x (9-2)] = ? • If x = 7, find 4(7x+48) • If y = 14884, find y^(1/2) • In the picture above find x • In the picture above find y • Find (43^2 x 27^2) / (8√256) • In the picture below, find x • What is the 174th odd number? • In the picture at the right, solve for a • ...

### MATHS 2021-11-03

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- _____ is 3000 when rounded to the nearest thousand. Its a biggest possible values of this number
- Solve this problem : 𝟔𝟓×𝟗 ?
- in simplest form is ...
- Colbert was going to buy 6 chocolate bars. Each chocolate bar cost 17 cents. How much money does Colbert need?
- In a fraction, what is the bottom number called?
- Alfred bunny had a lot of children. He put 4 children in each bedroom and filled up 93 bedrooms. How many kids did Alfred bunny have?
- Which one the odd one out in set : 18/24 ; 6/8 ; 3/4 ; 12/20 ; 9/12
- Jason put 2 biscuits on a plate. Mavis put 3 more biscuits on the plate. They put the same number of biscuits on 4 similar plates. How many biscuits are there altogether?
- What is the smallest possible three-digit positive number where no digits are repeated?
- What’s 𝟐𝟏×𝟐𝟏 ?

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- Write these numbers in order from smallest to biggest : 992, 899, 989
- The _______ represents the number of equal pieces we have
- Mrs Chia has $3000. She wants to buy 74 creates of oranges. Each create costs $39. How much change does Chia have?
- if you have fraction 3/15, what is the simplest form of the denominator?
- __899 is 4000 when rounded to the nearest thousand. What digit does__?
- Look at the digit in the hundreds place to round a number to the nearest ______
- Round 304 to the nearest hundred
- Benny wanted to give 8 pots of gold to each of his friends. Benny had 21 friends. How many pots of gold does Benny need?
- Shinobu wanted to plant some tomatoes. She had 25 rows to plant and she could fit 8 plants in each row. How many tomatoes could Shinobu plant?
- Shizen had 5 pet bunnies. Each bunny had 23 toys. How many toys did all the bunnies have together?
- Michael was washing dishes every night for a week. He washed 32 dishes each night. How many dishes did she wash?

**21 Clues:** What’s 𝟐𝟏×𝟐𝟏 ? • in simplest form is ... • Solve this problem : 𝟔𝟓×𝟗 ? • Round 304 to the nearest hundred • In a fraction, what is the bottom number called? • The _______ represents the number of equal pieces we have • Which one the odd one out in set : 18/24 ; 6/8 ; 3/4 ; 12/20 ; 9/12 • Write these numbers in order from smallest to biggest : 992, 899, 989 • ...

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- Calculate (46+8)x9.
- Simplify 2y(6+4x)3.
- Calculate 2565x - 56x.
- What is the sum of supplementary angles?
- Express 225 as the product of prime factors.
- The interior angle of Hexagon.
- Evaluate 13^3 x 5^2.
- 3√3375 + 9^5.
- Simplify the expressions of 5(9x+6)-4x+9.
- Evaluate 9^3 x 2^4.
- The HCF of 66 and 110.
- Calculate 1000 - [6x(4+20)-4x{3+0)].
- Calculate [(12+6)÷9]x4.
- What is the sum of complementary angles?
- The angle sum of the interior angles =(n-2)x180

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- What is 8.239 rounded to 2 decimal places?
- A plane is flying at the height of 5000m above the sea level and a submarine floating 1200m below the sea level, what is the distance between them?
- The LCM of 75 and 100.
- What is 5.32 to 1 decimal place?
- Express 650 as the product of prime factors.
- A number has index notation 3x5x13^3, what is the number?
- A height of 400m.
- 5^5 + √25 + 8^3.
- 15x x 8 x 9.
- Ab, what is the value of each expression when a=86 and b=13.
- Abc, what is the value of each expression when a=12, b= 26, c=3.
- A number has index notation 2x3^2x3x127, what is the number?
- What is the angle sum of a quadrilateral angle?
- What is the interior angle of a Triangle?
- Calculate 48x9÷4

**30 Clues:** 15x x 8 x 9. • 3√3375 + 9^5. • 5^5 + √25 + 8^3. • Calculate 48x9÷4 • A height of 400m. • Calculate (46+8)x9. • Simplify 2y(6+4x)3. • Evaluate 9^3 x 2^4. • Evaluate 13^3 x 5^2. • The LCM of 75 and 100. • Calculate 2565x - 56x. • The HCF of 66 and 110. • Calculate [(12+6)÷9]x4. • The interior angle of Hexagon. • What is 5.32 to 1 decimal place? • Calculate 1000 - [6x(4+20)-4x{3+0)]. • ...

### Maths 2022-10-16

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- a line that passes through two lines in the same plane at two distinct points in the geometry
- instrument used for meaning angles with a rotating telescope
- when 2 figures are in equal shape and size
- U-shaped curve that is drawn for a quadratic function
- if the lines are parallel
- any angle greater than 90°
- an alphabet or term that represents an unknown number or unknown value or unknown quantity
- a resultant number when one number is divided by the other number
- a number or quantity placed with a variable
- those angles that sum up to 180 degrees

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- father of mathematics
- invented zero
- When the sum of two angles is equal to 90 degrees
- when 2 figures shape is same, but size is proportional
- if the lines intersect at a point
- longest side in a right-angled triangle
- A constant is a value or number that never changes in expression
- An angle which is measuring less than 90 degrees
- A line that touches the circle at a single point
- triangle that has at least two sides of equal length

**20 Clues:** invented zero • father of mathematics • if the lines are parallel • any angle greater than 90° • if the lines intersect at a point • longest side in a right-angled triangle • those angles that sum up to 180 degrees • when 2 figures are in equal shape and size • a number or quantity placed with a variable • An angle which is measuring less than 90 degrees • ...

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- visual representation of data collected is called what?
- is the difference between the lowest and highest values called?
- possibility and impossibility of an event is called what?
- comparing quantities (P) stands for what? principal
- result of an event that depends on probability is called what?
- closed shape and a type of polygon that has four sides, four vertices and four angles is called what? quadrilateral
- number of times an observation occurs in the given data is called what?
- of what = Height/2 (Sum of parallel sides) = 1/2 h(a+b)?
- area of _________ = 2(lh+bh+lb)

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- of space occupied by a three-dimensional object is called what?
- ________ is a number or variable and any algebraic combination of other _______.
- term that represents an unknown number or unknown value or unknown quantity is called what?
- What is a number or ratio expressed as a fraction of 100 and the sign is %?
- What is a bar graph called, that is used to group numbers into ranges?
- observations collected by an observer is called what?
- of a number shows how many times the number is multiplied by itself.
- a number or any symbol representing a constant value that is multiplied by the variable of a single term is called what?
- line that is used to make or mark measurements is called what?
- large numbers can be expressed in standard form by using_________ exponents
- reduction in price is called what?

**20 Clues:** area of _________ = 2(lh+bh+lb) • reduction in price is called what? • comparing quantities (P) stands for what? principal • observations collected by an observer is called what? • visual representation of data collected is called what? • of what = Height/2 (Sum of parallel sides) = 1/2 h(a+b)? • possibility and impossibility of an event is called what? • ...

### maths 2023-01-03

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- visual representation of data collected is called what?
- is the difference between the lowest and highest values called?
- possibility and impossibility of an event is called what?
- comparing quantities (P) stands for what? principal
- result of an event that depends on probability is called what?
- closed shape and a type of polygon that has four sides, four vertices and four angles is called what? quadrilateral
- number of times an observation occurs in the given data is called what?
- of what = Height/2 (Sum of parallel sides) = 1/2 h(a+b)?
- area of _________ = 2(lh+bh+lb)

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- of space occupied by a three-dimensional object is called what?
- ________ is a number or variable and any algebraic combination of other _______.
- term that represents an unknown number or unknown value or unknown quantity is called what?
- What is a number or ratio expressed as a fraction of 100 and the sign is %?
- What is a bar graph called, that is used to group numbers into ranges?
- observations collected by an observer is called what?
- of a number shows how many times the number is multiplied by itself.
- a number or any symbol representing a constant value that is multiplied by the variable of a single term is called what?
- line that is used to make or mark measurements is called what?
- large numbers can be expressed in standard form by using_________ exponents
- reduction in price is called what?

**20 Clues:** area of _________ = 2(lh+bh+lb) • reduction in price is called what? • comparing quantities (P) stands for what? principal • observations collected by an observer is called what? • visual representation of data collected is called what? • of what = Height/2 (Sum of parallel sides) = 1/2 h(a+b)? • possibility and impossibility of an event is called what? • ...

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- The ratio of a perfect circle.
- Adjacent over Hypotenuse.
- Opposite over Adjacent/A straight line that touches a curved surface at one point.
- A straight line between two points in a circle across the centre.
- An organised collection of numbers.
- The study of computation of limits, derivatives, and integrals of functions of real numbers and instantaneous rates of change.
- A shape with four equal sides and angles.
- The branch of Mathematics that deals with triangles, the relationships between their sides and angles and their functions.
- An unending value that goes on forever.
- The number which indicates that there is no value or magnitude.

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- The branch of Mathematics in which letters and other symbols are used to represent numbers and quantities in formulae and equations.
- The branch of Mathematics that deals with shapes, lines or surfaces and their properties and relations.
- An idea or concept that can be demonstrated using the rules of logic
- Hypotenuse over Adjacent.
- The bottom of a figure or a shape.
- A value expressed as an arrow, with direction and magnitude.
- The simplest possible ratio of the circle.
- A shape with three sides and tips.
- Adjacent over Opposite.
- Opposite over Hypotenuse.
- Hypotenuse over Opposite.
- A set of instructions used to solve a problem or obtain a desired result.
- The vertical measurement of a figure.
- A ratio of numbers or variables.
- A straight line from a point in a circle to the centre of the circle.

**25 Clues:** Adjacent over Opposite. • Hypotenuse over Adjacent. • Adjacent over Hypotenuse. • Opposite over Hypotenuse. • Hypotenuse over Opposite. • The ratio of a perfect circle. • A ratio of numbers or variables. • The bottom of a figure or a shape. • A shape with three sides and tips. • An organised collection of numbers. • The vertical measurement of a figure. • ...

### Maths 2012-11-12

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- Average of a number of different amounts
- A measure used to find the location of the middle (central tendency) of a data set
- To join two or more numbers (or quantities) to get one number
- A whole number that divides exactly into another number
- One of two equal parts
- Opposite direction to the way hands on the clock go
- Imperial units for measuring length
- The number of times a particular item appears in a set of data
- Lines that are the same distance apart
- The point of intersection of the x and y axis on a coordinate or cartesian plane
- Not equal in amount or quantity
- The smallest in a group
- An ordinal number
- The measurement from top to bottom

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- Arrangement according to size, amount of value
- use of standard units to find out size or quantity
- To turn an object
- A thousand millions
- Any part of a group, number or whole
- A polynomial containing two unlike terms
- A mirror view
- The number resulting from dividing one number by another
- An area of maths where numbers are represented by letters
- Quantity of matter in an object
- Unit of time

**25 Clues:** Unit of time • A mirror view • To turn an object • An ordinal number • A thousand millions • One of two equal parts • The smallest in a group • Quantity of matter in an object • Not equal in amount or quantity • The measurement from top to bottom • Imperial units for measuring length • Any part of a group, number or whole • Lines that are the same distance apart • ...

### maths 2015-11-26

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- another word for add
- placing after first
- heaviness
- smallest
- two of
- 1000 years
- part of
- to make bigger
- 12 months
- used to measure and draw angles
- cold season
- recorded in the ones column
- next to each other
- changing a number into smaller or bigger parts
- a flat pattern that makes a 3D object

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- distance from one end to another
- 3 sided polygon
- has no value
- used to check temperature
- the same on each side
- a solid object that has polygons as faces
- 10 years
- 2D shape with 3+ sides
- another name for a rectangle that is not a square
- a symbol or group of symbols that represent a number
- 24 hours
- 2 weeks
- a 3D shape with all sides going to 1 point
- how wide something is
- 100 years

**30 Clues:** two of • part of • 2 weeks • smallest • 10 years • 24 hours • heaviness • 12 months • 100 years • 1000 years • cold season • has no value • to make bigger • 3 sided polygon • next to each other • placing after first • another word for add • the same on each side • how wide something is • 2D shape with 3+ sides • used to check temperature • recorded in the ones column • used to measure and draw angles • ...

### Maths 2014-09-16

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- a single experiment.
- an angle between 180 and 360 degrees.
- the middle number in a set of numbers from smallest to largest.
- determines the number of x-intercepts.
- when rising a term which is inside a set of brackets each term is multiplied by the power.
- a number written in the usual way.
- SAS stands for.
- the action or process of adding something to something else.
- anything raised to the power of 0 is 1.
- the list of outcomes.
- a possible result of an experiment.
- with replacement.
- when rising a power to another power they multiply together.
- adds up to 180 degrees.
- no solutions or x-intercepts
- subtracting the powers of two numbers when divided.
- RHS stands for.
- image divided by the original.
- the perimeter of a circle.
- the action of separating something into parts or the process of being separated.
- AAA stands for.

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- a and b.
- parabola shifts up or down.
- minimum turning point.
- how wide or narrow a parabola is.
- half the amount of the diameter.
- adding the powers of two numbers when multiplied.
- one x-intercept
- add up to 90 degrees.
- without replacement.
- the process of multiplying something
- two x-intercepts
- the largest number subtracted by the smallest number.
- the list of favourable outcomes.
- the process of taking one number or amount away from another.
- SSS stands for.
- the process of adding a set of numbers and dividing by the number of numbers in the set.
- an angle between 90 and 180 degrees.
- AAS stands for.
- a or b.
- an angle that is 360 degrees.
- an angle between 0 and 90 degrees.

**42 Clues:** a or b. • a and b. • one x-intercept • SAS stands for. • SSS stands for. • AAS stands for. • RHS stands for. • AAA stands for. • two x-intercepts • with replacement. • a single experiment. • without replacement. • add up to 90 degrees. • the list of outcomes. • minimum turning point. • adds up to 180 degrees. • the perimeter of a circle. • parabola shifts up or down. • no solutions or x-intercepts • ...

### maths 2015-08-09

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- A quadratic equation can also be solved by the method of completing the square
- a quadrilateral with two pairs of adjacent sides that are congruent.
- Polynomial of degree 2 is called quadratic polynomial
- a list of number in which each term is obtained by adding a fixed number to the preceding them except the first term
- a special case of a more general theorem which is worth nothing seprately
- a line intersecting a circle in two points is called a
- the branch of mathematics dealing with limits, derivatives, definite integrals, indefinite integrals, and power series.
- If p(x) is a polynomial in x, the highest power of x in p(x) is called the degree of the polynomial p(x)
- In a right triangle, the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides.

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- The length of the two tangents from an external point to a circle is equal.
- A mathematical sentence built from expressions using one or more equal signs (=)
- If the lines coincide, then there are infinitely many solutions. In this case, the pair of equations is dependent
- distance moved by a rotating wheel in one revolution is equal to the circumference of the wheel
- $$$ $$$ what are these curves known as
- name a mathematical procedure which got its named from a persian mathematican AL-KHWARIZMI
- the diagonal of a trapezium divides each other proportionally
- the line which intersects the circle at only one point
- The geometric figure formed by two points.
- a shape in which all points are equidistant from the center
- if two circles touch internally, then the distance between their centers is equal to the difference of their

**20 Clues:** $$$ $$$ what are these curves known as • The geometric figure formed by two points. • Polynomial of degree 2 is called quadratic polynomial • the line which intersects the circle at only one point • a line intersecting a circle in two points is called a • a shape in which all points are equidistant from the center • ...

### Maths 2015-06-01

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- Plus two numbers together
- 12_ 3 = 4
- Short for square root
- Every 2 weeks
- Top number of a fraction
- To make it cheaper
- Rate,number or amount in each hundred
- Simpler or easier to understand
- Relative sizes of two or more values

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- Every ten years
- To make it higher
- 12,24,36,48 are what?
- Quantity that is not a whole number
- Bottom number of a fraction
- Repeated addition
- Number which is not a fraction; a whole number
- To make it lower
- A particular amount of money
- Every 100years
- Another term for factorize

**20 Clues:** 12_ 3 = 4 • Every 2 weeks • Every 100years • Every ten years • To make it lower • To make it higher • Repeated addition • To make it cheaper • 12,24,36,48 are what? • Short for square root • Top number of a fraction • Plus two numbers together • Another term for factorize • Bottom number of a fraction • A particular amount of money • Simpler or easier to understand • ...

### Maths 2015-05-29

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- A mathematical term use to compare two or more quantities
- Something you do to compare two forms of currency
- Another word for death rate
- Hottest season of the year
- Humpback .....
- Capital city starting with C in Australia
- when something costs a lot we might say it is......
- What does equivalent means?
- Another word for money
- You may catch this to get from one side of a river to the other
- Something you read to get somewhere

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- The opposite of south
- Something you get several times a year
- Something you pay when working
- Word starting with 'p' to describe amount of people
- When creating a measured drawing, it is drawn to .....
- You would read one of these when travelling
- Another word for money you earn when working
- What is the Indian currency called?
- Three letter code for Australian dollars
- Something that tells you which direction you are headed
- When something is a bargain we might say it is....
- Taking a journey

**23 Clues:** Humpback ..... • Taking a journey • The opposite of south • Another word for money • Hottest season of the year • Another word for death rate • What does equivalent means? • Something you pay when working • What is the Indian currency called? • Something you read to get somewhere • Something you get several times a year • Three letter code for Australian dollars • ...

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- line A line of infinite extend whose points corresponds to the real number according to their distances in a positive or negative
- The largest number that divides evenly into both or more numbers
- A sequence of products using the same base number multiplies by different numbers
- the reverse of removing brackets in algebra
- root The number that produced a given number if multiplied thrice of itself
- A whole number which has only 2 different factors
- A number that when multiplied with another produces a given number
- notation Expression of many multiplications into one
- The letters in algebra

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- A fraction whose denominator is a power of ten and whose numerator is expressed by figures placed to the right of a decimal point
- A whole number that has more than two different factors.
- Removing the brackets in algebra
- Whole numbers, can be positive, negative or zero
- Used to reflect the degree of accuracy
- root A number that produces a specified quantity multiplied by itself
- A number below 0
- A whole number divisible by 2
- A whole number not divisible by 2
- Uses words to represent number
- A common multiple is a number that is a multiple of two or more numbers

**20 Clues:** A number below 0 • The letters in algebra • A whole number divisible by 2 • Uses words to represent number • Removing the brackets in algebra • A whole number not divisible by 2 • Used to reflect the degree of accuracy • the reverse of removing brackets in algebra • Whole numbers, can be positive, negative or zero • A whole number which has only 2 different factors • ...

### Maths 2019-06-21

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- : Popular system of measurement in the US
- : The decimalized system of measurement used in most of the world
- : Five Sided 2d shape
- : A way to describe an unchanging value
- : How to describe numbers shown both with fractions and whole numbers
- : The state of a shape whereby all sides are equal
- : Topic whereby numbers are represented by alphabets
- : The likelihood of an outcome occurring
- : Doing this to 2 numbers makes a sum
- : When two lines intersect at a right angle
- : Numbers that can be divided by two
- : Taking one quantity away from another
- : The most occurring number within a data set
- : A medium of counting
- : When you split a number into equal groups
- : How you describe numbers that can only be divided by itself and 1

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- : The middle of 2 points is called
- : The measure of how heavy something is
- : A 3d shape with 2 identical faces known as faces
- : A whole number
- : A measure of length denoted by cm
- : The bottom half of a fraction
- : A ten sided 2d shape
- : Sum of all values divided by the number of variables there are
- : The repetition of addition
- : The upper limit minus the lower limit
- : Mathematical statement denoting that two things are equal in value
- : The top half of a fraction
- : Fraction with a denominator of /100
- : The middle number in a data set
- : Numbers that can't be divided by two

**31 Clues:** : A whole number • : Five Sided 2d shape • : A ten sided 2d shape • : A medium of counting • : The repetition of addition • : The top half of a fraction • : The bottom half of a fraction • : The middle number in a data set • : The middle of 2 points is called • : A measure of length denoted by cm • : Numbers that can be divided by two • : Doing this to 2 numbers makes a sum • ...

### Maths 2021-04-10

**20 Clues:** 2+2=? • 8+3=? • 5-4=? • 5+5=? • 10-5=? • 20-9=? • 10-8=? • 12-5=? • 11+8=? • 12+6=? • 30-22=? • 10+10=? • 20-15=? • 99-90=? • 40-20-6=? • 10+10-5=? • 30-10-4=? • 40-30-3=? • 100-90+3+? • 100-99+2=?

### Maths 2020-08-09

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- any number that divides another number.
- a theorem linking factors and zeros of a polynomial.
- a theorem in algebra: if f(x) is a polynomial in x then the remainder on dividing f(x) by x − a is f(a
- a number that can be written without a fractional component.
- a polynomial with degree 3
- The amount that you want to divide up
- Highest power of a variable in a polynomial
- a polynomial consisting of three terms or monomials.
- A picture of a graduated straight line that serves as abstraction for real numbers
- an expression consisting of variables and coefficients, that involves only the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and non-negative integer exponents of variables.
- A number that cannot be expressed as a fraction for any integers and
- a decimal number that continues endlessly, with no group of digits repeating endlessly.

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- The constant polynomial .whose coefficients are all equal to 0.
- a polynomial with degree 2
- A number that can be expressed as the quotient or fraction p/q of two integers, a numerator p and a non-zero denominator q
- A decimal number that has digits that end.
- a polynomial that is the sum of two terms, each of which is a monomial
- a numerical or constant quantity placed before and multiplying the variable in an algebraic expression
- a polynomial which has only one term.
- A polynomial with degree 1

**20 Clues:** a polynomial with degree 2 • a polynomial with degree 3 • A polynomial with degree 1 • The amount that you want to divide up • a polynomial which has only one term. • any number that divides another number. • A decimal number that has digits that end. • Highest power of a variable in a polynomial • a theorem linking factors and zeros of a polynomial. • ...

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- permet de visualiser une courbe
- réciproque de la fonction exponentielle
- axe horizontal d'un graphique
- nature d'une suite
- outil mathématiques contenant une inconnue
- outil mathématique très utile au poker
- nombre que l'on additionne à chaque terme
- 2 évènements qui n'ont pas d'intersection
- meilleure prof de l'année
- AuB
- axe vertical d'un graphique

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- sens de variation de la fonction f(x)=x
- point qui permet de vérifier que f(x)=g(x)
- prédire l'avenir en statistique
- 2x est celle de la fonction f(x)=x²
- signe de la fonction exponentielle
- sans elle, vous seriez perdu!
- point le plus haut d'un graphique
- A(1;2)
- nuage de point de forme allongée = ?

**20 Clues:** AuB • A(1;2) • nature d'une suite • meilleure prof de l'année • axe vertical d'un graphique • axe horizontal d'un graphique • sans elle, vous seriez perdu! • permet de visualiser une courbe • prédire l'avenir en statistique • point le plus haut d'un graphique • signe de la fonction exponentielle • 2x est celle de la fonction f(x)=x² • nuage de point de forme allongée = ? • ...

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- invented zero
- those angles that sum up to 180 degrees
- father of mathematics
- longest side in a right-angled triangle
- When the sum of two angles is equal to 90 degrees
- a resultant number when one number is divided by the other number
- if the lines are parallel
- An angle which is measuring less than 90 degrees

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- A constant is a value or number that never changes in expression
- when 2 figures shape is same, but size is proportional
- U-shaped curve that is drawn for a quadratic function
- a line that passes through two lines in the same plane at two distinct points in the geometry
- a number or quantity placed with a variable
- A line that touches the circle at a single point
- if the lines intersect at a point
- an alphabet or term that represents an unknown number or unknown value or unknown quantity
- instrument used for meaning angles with a rotating telescope
- when 2 figures are in equal shape and size
- triangle that has at least two sides of equal length
- any angle greater than 90°

**20 Clues:** invented zero • father of mathematics • if the lines are parallel • any angle greater than 90° • if the lines intersect at a point • those angles that sum up to 180 degrees • longest side in a right-angled triangle • when 2 figures are in equal shape and size • a number or quantity placed with a variable • A line that touches the circle at a single point • ...

### Maths 2013-09-24

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- / to add a number to another you are to ..... it
- a shap with no sides
- /a five sided shape
- / the amount of space inside the perimiter
- / the WORD used for x e.g. ten x ten = one hundred
- / a 3D box
- / ten x eight
- / a kite like shap starting with D
- / one thousand milliletres
- / brackets, exponents, division, multiplaction, addition, subtraction
- / numbers below 0 are a ........... number
- / a 8 sided shape
- Hundred / ten x ten
- / 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 are ..........
- / when u mesure your self upward it is you h......

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- / the subject we are in right now
- / a trinagle with all its sides diffrent
- angle / 90*
- / a number above 0 is a .......... number
- / to find the aswer e.g. 2+2 .. 4
- / the distance around the out side of a circle
- / 100 cm are in a ........
- / a 3 sided shape
- / used to mesure angles
- / amount of space inside a object
- / 50 in words
- / *C
- / twenty - one
- / one + one =

**29 Clues:** / *C • / a 3D box • angle / 90* • / ten x eight • / 50 in words • / one + one = • / twenty - one • / a 3 sided shape • / a 8 sided shape • /a five sided shape • Hundred / ten x ten • a shap with no sides • / used to mesure angles • / 100 cm are in a ........ • / one thousand milliletres • / the subject we are in right now • / to find the aswer e.g. 2+2 .. 4 • / amount of space inside a object • ...

### maths 2013-08-18

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- The letters of ancient Greece, which are frequently used in math and science and denoted by Ψ ψ.
- For a triangle, this is the point at which the three medians intersect.
- The number 10 to the power 100,this number can be written as a 1 followed by 100 zeros.
- A sphere-like surface for which all cross-sections are ellipses.
- A curve shaped like a spring, it can be made by coiling a wire around the outside of a right circular cylinder.
- The four sections into which the x-y plane is divided by the x- and y-axes.
- A helping theorem.It is proven true, just like a theorem, but is not interesting or important enough to be a theorem. It is of interest only because it is a stepping stone towards the proof of a theorem.
- Similar geometric figures that share a common center.
- A part of a line starting at a particular point and extending infinitely in one direction.
- A statement accepted as true without proof, it should be so simple and direct that it seems to be unquestionably true.
- Set The set with no elements. The empty set can be written or {} and also known as empty set.
- Measurement of geometric figures and includes length, angle measure, area, volume.
- Quadrilateral with two pairs of adjacent sides that are congruent,also it's diagonals are perpendicular.
- A polygon with eleven sides.
- A family of related curves usually expressed in polar coordinates. The cardioid is a special kind in it.
- a doughnut shape. It is a surface of revolution obtained by revolving (in three dimensional space) a circle about a line which does not intersect the circle.

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- A three dimensional solid consisting of all points equidistant from a given point. This point is the center of the geometrical figure and all cross-sections are circles.
- A polynomial with two terms which are not like terms.eg 2x – 3, 3x5 +8x4, and 2ab – 6a2b5.
- A special case of a more general theorem which is worth noting separately. For example, the Pythagorean theorem is a ______ of the law of cosines.
- A mathematical sentence built from expressions using one or more equal signs (=).
- A parallelogram with four congruent sides and the diagonals are perpendicular.
- Any polyhedron with six faces, all of which are quadrilaterals,a regular geometric figure is a cube.
- The letters of ancient Greece, which are frequently used in math and science and denoted by Σ σ.
- A transformation that is invariant with respect to distance. That is, the distance between any two points in the pre-image must be the same as the distance between the images of the two points.
- A polyhedron with six faces, all of which are parallelograms.
- The eight regions into which three dimensional space is divided by the x-, y-, and z-axes.
- The property of real numbers which guarantees that for any two real numbers a and b, exactly one of the following must be true: a < b, a = b, or a > b.
- A line segment, line, or plane that divides a geometric figure into two congruent halves.
- A polygon with ten sides.
- A number which is a multiply by five.
- A rectangular (or square) array of numbers, it can be written using brackets or parentheses.

**31 Clues:** A polygon with ten sides. • A polygon with eleven sides. • A number which is a multiply by five. • Similar geometric figures that share a common center. • A polyhedron with six faces, all of which are parallelograms. • A sphere-like surface for which all cross-sections are ellipses. • For a triangle, this is the point at which the three medians intersect. • ...

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- A _____ is a proven statement used for proving another statement
- Two lines that do not meet
- Any integer that is greater than one and is not a prime number
- Method of substituting one variable to solve the other
- Least Common Multiple
- Method of eliminating one of the variables
- Two lines that lie on top of one another
- Any number that cannot be written in the p/q form
- The sum of its positive divisor excluding the number itself is known as ______ number
- A statement that has been proven

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- Procedure or formula for solving a problem
- Any number that can be written in p/q form
- A decimal number that has digits that do not go on
- A curve formed by all points
- An ________ is an equality containing one or more variable
- Tow or more lines that meet at a point
- A natural number greater than one that has no divisor other than one itself
- A set of whole numbers
- A polynomial of degree 1
- Highest Common Factor

**20 Clues:** Least Common Multiple • Highest Common Factor • A set of whole numbers • A polynomial of degree 1 • Two lines that do not meet • A curve formed by all points • A statement that has been proven • Tow or more lines that meet at a point • Two lines that lie on top of one another • Procedure or formula for solving a problem • Any number that can be written in p/q form • ...

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- Highest Common Factor
- A set of whole numbers
- Any number that can be written in p/q form
- Method of eliminating one of the variables
- A natural number greater than one that has no divisor other than one itself
- Two lines that do not meet
- An ________ is an equality containing one or more variable
- Method of substituting one variable to solve the other
- Least Common Multiple
- Any number that cannot be written in the p/q form
- Procedure or formula for solving a problem

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- The sum of its positive divisor excluding the number itself is known as ______ number
- Two lines that lie on top of one another
- A statement that has been proven
- A curve formed by all points
- Tow or more lines that meet at a point
- A polynomial of degree 1
- Any integer that is greater than one and is not a prime number
- A decimal number that has digits that do not go on
- A _____ is a proven statement used for proving another statement

**20 Clues:** Highest Common Factor • Least Common Multiple • A set of whole numbers • A polynomial of degree 1 • Two lines that do not meet • A curve formed by all points • A statement that has been proven • Tow or more lines that meet at a point • Two lines that lie on top of one another • Any number that can be written in p/q form • Method of eliminating one of the variables • ...

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- A whole number greater than 1 and only have factor 1 and itself
- To rewrite maths expression to less complex form
- Something close to the correct answer
- A number that multiplied by itself to produce specific quantity
- Combination of numbers and symbols that show the value of something
- A shortcut of the operation of repeated addition of the same number
- A whole number that can be divided by 2 and have no remainder
- The number that multiplies by itself three times to create a cubic value
- Mathematical expression written in an expanded form.
- A numerical quantity that is not a whole number

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- A whole number that can be positive, negative or zero
- A whole number that has more than two different factors
- Number we can multiply together to get another number
- Rounding a number to its nearest place value
- Finding what to multiply to give the original number
- A value that represents a quantity along a number line
- How many times a number is multiplied by itself
- A fraction written in digits based of tens
- The study of mathematical symbols and the rules for manipulating these symbols
- A whole number that cannot be divided exactly by 2

**20 Clues:** Something close to the correct answer • A fraction written in digits based of tens • Rounding a number to its nearest place value • How many times a number is multiplied by itself • A numerical quantity that is not a whole number • To rewrite maths expression to less complex form • A whole number that cannot be divided exactly by 2 • ...

### MATHS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 2021-05-17

**23 Clues:** 6x8 • 64x4 • 99÷9 • 94÷2 • 50x2 • 94÷10 • 454x2 • 420+81 • 28÷100 • 3/4of20 • 999-300 • 7884-10 • 9.2-0.1 • 999-864 • 1.2+2.5 • 999+949 • 1/8+1/8 • 3/8+1/8 • 1/8+7/8 • 9.8-8.6 • 2903+594 • 9889-1140 • 4/10-1/10

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### maths 2021-10-25

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- : de 0 à 9 ce sont des ...
- : sur scratch on fait des ...
- : droite qui passe par un sommet dans un triangle et qui coupe le coté opposé en son milieu
- :les opérations arithmétiques qui sont l'addition, la soustraction, la multiplication, la division sont un ...
- : droite qui dans un triangle passe par le sommet perpendiculaire au coté opposé
- : quand on finit un repas au restaurant on demande de payer...
- : polygone à 6 cotés
- : polygone à 8 cotés
- : outils pour mesurer les degrés d'un angle
- : outils pour savoir si il y a un angle droit

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- : forme qui a 4 côtés de même longueur mais pas d'angle droit
- : forme qu'on peut appeler rectangle/losange
- : opération où on multiplie
- : le prof de maths nous donne plein de .... à résoudre
- : deux chiffres ensemble forme un...
- : 4 est le .... de l'addition 2+2
- : quadrilatère qui a 4 angles droits
- : personne qui chaque jour nous amène notre courrier
- : polygone à trois côtés
- : droite qui coupe un segment perpendiculairement en son milieu
- : outils de mathématiques qui permet de tracer des cercles
- : résultat d'une addition, cela nous fait une ...

**22 Clues:** : polygone à 6 cotés • : polygone à 8 cotés • : polygone à trois côtés • : de 0 à 9 ce sont des ... • : opération où on multiplie • : sur scratch on fait des ... • : 4 est le .... de l'addition 2+2 • : deux chiffres ensemble forme un... • : quadrilatère qui a 4 angles droits • : outils pour mesurer les degrés d'un angle • : forme qu'on peut appeler rectangle/losange • ...

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- 6. All whole numbers, positive or negative, including zero
- The bottom of a shape or three-dimensional object, what an object rests on
- 2. A step by step procedure by which an operation can be carried out
- Line segments joined together to form a closed figure
- 1. A straight line with only one endpoint that extends infinitely
- 7. An equation that is true for variables of any value
- 5. A line is where two faces meet in a three-dimensional structure
- Two rays sharing the same endpoint (vertex)
- 4. Objects and figures that have the same size and shape
- 4. A segment joining two points on a circle
- 8. A letter used to represent a numerical value in equations and expressions

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- 5. A value that does not change
- 7. The measure of how heavy something is
- 6. a graph that uses bars that equal ranges of values
- 9. A ratio or fraction with the denominator 100
- 9. A line that crosses/intersects two or more lines
- 8. The total distance around the outside of a polygon
- 1. The branch of mathematics that substitutes letters for numbers to solve for unknown values
- 3. A polynomial equation with two terms usually joined by a plus or minus sign
- 10. The difference between the maximum and minimum in a set of data

**20 Clues:** 5. A value that does not change • 7. The measure of how heavy something is • Two rays sharing the same endpoint (vertex) • 4. A segment joining two points on a circle • 9. A ratio or fraction with the denominator 100 • 9. A line that crosses/intersects two or more lines • 6. a graph that uses bars that equal ranges of values • ...

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- Michael was washing dishes every night for a week. He washed 32 dishes each night. How many dishes did she wash?
- Round 304 to the nearest hundred
- Colbert was going to buy 8 chocolate bars. Each chocolate bar cost 17 cents. How much money does Colbert need?
- Mrs Chia has $3000. She wants to buy 74 creates of oranges. Each create costs $39. How much change does Chia have?
- Jason put 2 biscuits on a plate. Mavis put 3 more biscuits on the plate. They put the same number of biscuits on 4 similar plates. How many biscuits are there altogether?
- in simplest form is ...
- Solve this problem : 𝟔𝟓×𝟗 ?
- if you have fraction 3/15, what is the simplest form of the denominator?
- _____ is 3000 when rounded to the nearest thousand. Its a biggest possible values of this number
- What is the smallest possible three-digit positive number where no digits are repeated?
- The _______ represents the number of equal pieces we have
- Look at the digit in the hundreds place to round a number to the nearest ______
- __899 is 4000 when rounded to the nearest thousand. What digit does__? (words)

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- Shinobu wanted to plant some tomatoes. She had 25 rows to plant and she could fit 8 plants in each row. How many tomatoes could Shinobu plant?
- What’s 𝟐𝟏×𝟐𝟏 ?
- Alfred bunny had a lot of children. He put 4 children in each bedroom and filled up 93 bedrooms. How many kids did Alfred bunny have?
- Which one the odd one out in set : 18/24 ; 6/8 ; 3/4 ; 12/20 ; 9/12
- Write these numbers in order from smallest to biggest : 992, 899, 989
- Benny wanted to give 8 pots of gold to each of his friends. Benny had 21 friends. How many pots of gold does Benny need?
- In a fraction, what is the bottom number called?
- Shizen had 5 pet bunnies. Each bunny had 23 toys. How many toys did all the bunnies have together?

**21 Clues:** What’s 𝟐𝟏×𝟐𝟏 ? • in simplest form is ... • Solve this problem : 𝟔𝟓×𝟗 ? • Round 304 to the nearest hundred • In a fraction, what is the bottom number called? • The _______ represents the number of equal pieces we have • Which one the odd one out in set : 18/24 ; 6/8 ; 3/4 ; 12/20 ; 9/12 • Write these numbers in order from smallest to biggest : 992, 899, 989 • ...

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- visual representation of data collected is called what?
- is the difference between the lowest and highest values called?
- possibility and impossibility of an event is called what?
- comparing quantities (P) stands for what? principal
- result of an event that depends on probability is called what?
- number of times an observation occurs in the given data is called what?
- of what = Height/2 (Sum of parallel sides) = 1/2 h(a+b)?
- area of _________ = 2(lh+bh+lb)

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- of space occupied by a three-dimensional object is called what?
- ________ is a number or variable and any algebraic combination of other _______.
- term that represents an unknown number or unknown value or unknown quantity is called what?
- What is a number or ratio expressed as a fraction of 100 and the sign is %?
- What is a bar graph called, that is used to group numbers into ranges?
- observations collected by an observer is called what?
- of a number shows how many times the number is multiplied by itself.
- line that is used to make or mark measurements is called what?
- large numbers can be expressed in standard form by using_________ exponents
- reduction in price is called what?

**20 Clues:** area of _________ = 2(lh+bh+lb) • reduction in price is called what? • comparing quantities (P) stands for what? principal • observations collected by an observer is called what? • visual representation of data collected is called what? • of what = Height/2 (Sum of parallel sides) = 1/2 h(a+b)? • possibility and impossibility of an event is called what? • ...

### les matières scolaires 2021-09-30

### subjects 2013-04-21

**14 Clues:** law • maths • design • history • science • medicine • politics • languages • economics • geography • literature • management • engineering • informationtechnology

### maths 2013-09-24

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- / the subject we are in right now
- / to add a number to another you are to ..... it
- / 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 are ..........
- angle / 90*
- / a number above 0 is a .......... number
- / amount of space inside a object
- / the WORD used for x e.g. ten x ten = one hundred
- hundred / ten x ten
- /a five sided shape
- / 100 cm are in a ........
- / *C
- / numbers below 0 are a ........... number
- / the amount of space inside the perimiter
- / 50 in words

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- / a kite like shap starting with D
- / one thousand milliletres
- / used to mesure angles
- / the distance around the out side of a circle
- / a trinagle with all its sides diffrent
- / a 3D box
- / a 8 sided shape
- / brackets, exponents, division, multiplaction, addition, subtraction
- / a 3 sided shape
- / twenty - one
- a shap with no sides
- / one + one =
- / ten x eight
- / when u mesure your self upward it is you h......
- / to find the aswer e.g. 2+2 .. 4

**29 Clues:** / *C • / a 3D box • angle / 90* • / one + one = • / ten x eight • / 50 in words • / twenty - one • / a 8 sided shape • / a 3 sided shape • hundred / ten x ten • /a five sided shape • a shap with no sides • / used to mesure angles • / one thousand milliletres • / 100 cm are in a ........ • / the subject we are in right now • / amount of space inside a object • / to find the aswer e.g. 2+2 .. 4 • ...

### maths 2015-05-29

### Maths 2015-05-27

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- Diagram representing a system of connections
- The highest power of a variable
- Can be expressed in the form p/q where q is not equal to zero
- A self - contained step by step set of operations to be performed
- The smallest positive number that is a multiple of two or more numbers
- Equations on the graph have only one solution
- A whole number that can be divisible by more numbers other than 1 or itself
- A real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of integers
- A whole number that can be positive , negtive or zero

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- Numbers which when multiplied gives the original number
- The result of multiplying two numbers
- A decimal with finite number of digits
- A written statement indicating the equality of two expressions
- A whole number that is divisible only by 1 or itself
- The largest common factor of two or more numbers
- A positive integer that is equal to the sum of its positive divisors
- Equations on the graph have infinitly many solutions
- A proved statement used for proving other statements
- An expression consisting of variables and coefficents that involves various operations
- Type of graph where both the sides are symmetrical

**20 Clues:** The highest power of a variable • The result of multiplying two numbers • A decimal with finite number of digits • Diagram representing a system of connections • Equations on the graph have only one solution • The largest common factor of two or more numbers • Type of graph where both the sides are symmetrical • A whole number that is divisible only by 1 or itself • ...

### Maths 2015-11-26

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- something that goes woof is called a...
- a shape that has four sides and corners is called a...
- something that swims in the ocean is called a...
- something that that has to drive on a raillway...
- somehting you roll to get a number with is called...
- one thousandth of one litre...
- line/something that generates power is called a...
- thing that are the same are called a...
- somthing with three sides and three points is called a...
- tool to mesure angles is called...
- to unlock your house you need a...
- something that stops you from getting wet...
- something you pay with...
- something that counts months and days is called a...
- something that envolves running is called a...

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- a instrument that you bang and it gives you a noise...
- to put flowers in group is to...
- somethoing that comes from heaven is called a...
- somethhing that doesnt cost any money is called...
- one thousandth of one metre...
- something that goes meow is called a...
- something you drive on that has a road...
- something that has a engine and four wheels is called...
- something you eat...
- something that makes night time is called a...
- something that dogs chase is called...
- shapes that hav four sides are...
- something that counts and adds numbers is called...
- a clock is to tell the time...
- Wheel mesures long distances...

**30 Clues:** something you eat... • something you pay with... • one thousandth of one metre... • one thousandth of one litre... • shapes that hav four sides are... • tool to mesure angles is called... • something that dogs chase is called... • Wheel mesures long distances... • something that goes woof is called a... • something that goes meow is called a... • ...

### maths 2015-08-09

###### Across

- the diagonal of a trapezium divides each other proportionally
- A mathematical sentence built from expressions using one or more equal signs (=)
- distance moved by a rotating wheel in one revolution is equal to the circumference of the wheel
- $$$ $$$ what are these curves known as
- If p(x) is a polynomial in x, the highest power of x in p(x) is called the degree of the polynomial p(x)
- Polynomial of degree 2 is called quadratic polynomial
- The geometric figure formed by two points.
- if two circles touch internally, then the distance between their centers is equal to the difference of their

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- a line intersecting a circle in two points is called a
- A quadratic equation can also be solved by the method of completing the square
- a list of number in which each term is obtained by adding a fixed number to the preceding them except the first term
- the branch of mathematics dealing with limits, derivatives, definite integrals, indefinite integrals, and power series.
- name a mathematical procedure which got its named from a persian mathematican AL-KHWARIZMI
- a special case of a more general theorem which is worth nothing seprately
- If the lines coincide, then there are infinitely many solutions. In this case, the pair of equations is dependent
- In a right triangle, the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides.
- The length of the two tangents from an external point to a circle is equal.
- the line which intersects the circle at only one point
- a shape in which all points are equidistant from the center
- a quadrilateral with two pairs of adjacent sides that are congruent.

**20 Clues:** $$$ $$$ what are these curves known as • The geometric figure formed by two points. • Polynomial of degree 2 is called quadratic polynomial • a line intersecting a circle in two points is called a • the line which intersects the circle at only one point • a shape in which all points are equidistant from the center • ...

### maths 2015-07-07

###### Across

- The study of triangles, with emphasis on calculations involving the lengths of sides and the measures of angles
- an algebraic expression in which the variables involved have only non-negative integral powers
- A number n for which the sum of all the positive integer factors of n which are less than n add up to n is called a number
- The y-coordinate in a point (x, y)
- a constant number that serves as a measure or some property or characteristic
- first person to give the first known proof
- a series of well defined steps which give a procedure for solving a type of problem
- Identical in shape, although not necessarily the same size.
- the first person to compute the decimal expansion of pi
- instrument which is based on the principle of trigonometry and is used for measuring angles with a rotating telescope
- a proven statement used for proving other statements
- The four sections into which the x-y plane is divided by the x- and y-axes.
- The first coordinate in an ordered pair
- a quantity that can change or take different values

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- the first person to discover the numbers which are not rational
- An equation of fractions in the form: a/b = c/d
- In a polynomial, the highest power of the variables is known as
- The likelihood of the occurrence of an event
- the polynomial of degree 1 is called a polynomial
- product of the smallest power of each common prime factors in the numbers
- . geometry of axioms, theorems, and two-column proofs
- the ratio of the areas of two similar triangles is equal to the ratio of the of the corresponding sides
- the number of times a particular observation occurs
- the value of cos A ,when A increases from 0 degree to 90 degree
- an equation which is true for all the values of the variables involved
- A u-shaped curve with certain specific properties
- a statement accepted as true without any proof
- The point at which a parabola makes its sharpest turn
- The steepness of a line expressed as a ratio, using any two points on the line.
- An irrational number that can be expressed as a radical

**30 Clues:** The y-coordinate in a point (x, y) • The first coordinate in an ordered pair • first person to give the first known proof • The likelihood of the occurrence of an event • a statement accepted as true without any proof • An equation of fractions in the form: a/b = c/d • A u-shaped curve with certain specific properties • ...

### MATHS 2016-01-13

**21 Clues:** Ost • Kiirus • Põhjus • Piirang • Vahemaa • Ülesanne • Õppetund • Protsent • Liitmine • Mänguseis • Korrutama • Lahutamine • Veerandtund • Taskuarvuti • Loogiliselt • Kümnendmurd • Õigusteadus • Harilik murd • Inseneriteadus • Tagasi antav raha • Arvutama, arvestama

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