## maths Crossword Puzzles

### mathmatical crossword- Maths Project 2020-10-18

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- is used in maths
- is used in maths
- is used in maths
- is used in maths
- is used in maths
- is used in maths
- is used in maths
- is used in maths
- is used in maths

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- is used in maths
- is used in maths
- is used in maths
- is used in maths1.
- is used in maths
- is used in maths
- is used in maths
- is used in maths
- is used in maths
- is used in maths
- is used in maths

**20 Clues:** is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths • is used in maths1.

### 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 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. • ...

### 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. • ...

### 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 • ...

### 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. • ...

### teacher cross words 2013-01-09

**20 Clues:** it • Art • Art • Mfl • Mfl • Maths • maths • Maths • Music • English • English • Head of it • Humanities • Humanities • Humanities • Head teacher • it/l2l/pshee • It technician • Learning support • it-assistant head

### 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. • ...

### Cross Curricular Treasure Hunt 2013-02-21

**30 Clues:** pe • pe • pe • mfl • ict • ict • ict • mfl • mfl • maths • maths • maths • science • english • english • english • science • science • numeracy • literacy • numeracy • literacy • literacy • numeracy • humanities • humanities • technology • technology • technology • humanities

### REVISION 2018-03-07

**20 Clues:** SHY • NOD • CALM • VAIN • HOLD • BITE • WING • STAMP • MATHS • PROUD • CHEAT • HEART • BLINK • TONGUE • MODEST • HONEST • SCIENCE • SKELETON • COWARDLY • ARTSANDCRAFTS

### JNVN Alumni Meet - Crossword - 2 2019-01-01

**19 Clues:** maths • Hindi • maths • Hindi • P.E.T • P.E.T • Hindi • Telugu • Telugu • English • Biology • English • History • Library • Biology • Physics • Chemistry • Geography • Chemistry

### Les matières scolaires 2020-03-08

**19 Clues:** PE • RE • DT • art • art • drama • drama • maths • music • French • ICT/IT • German • physic • Spanish • science • biology • textiles • chemistry • food and nutrition

### 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)

### 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)

### 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

### 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 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 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 2015-06-14

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- mine is the freak
- every solution of an equation is a on the line representing it
- triangles which have their corresponding angles equal
- parts of a square
- is an operation
- the number of medians
- is not an answer
- of a circle
- of an event
- to each other

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- bounded by four sides
- of a triangle
- quadrilateral a quadrilateral whose vertices lie on the circumference of a circle
- pair is coordinate geometry
- for a equation
- in a triangle the sum of two sides must be than the third side
- are irrational
- of a circle
- numbers are real
- stands on a line

**20 Clues:** of a circle • of a circle • of an event • of a triangle • to each other • for a equation • are irrational • is an operation • numbers are real • is not an answer • stands on a line • mine is the freak • parts of a square • bounded by four sides • the number of medians • pair is coordinate geometry • triangles which have their corresponding angles equal • ...

### 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 2020-08-07

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- the present value at 6% simple interest of a debt RM 2000 due in two months =RM 1980.20
- interest rate in (%)
- Simple Interest: 365/366 day year
- long does a single interest rate of 6 % per annum take an amount of money to double? 16.67 years
- the loan period in years if the time given is: 13 weeks = 0.25 year
- Time: 30 days
- the numbers of days from 10 June 2019 to 29 July 2019 of the same year by using
- the length of time in years
- amount of interest in (RM)
- Amount: S = P(1+rt)
- simple amount
- 4 May, RM5000 was saved at 8% per annum simple interest. Find the interest earned on 15 July of the same year, using exact time and exact simple interest. RM 78.90
- for Interest: I = Prt
- three years, how much revenue will RM15000 be made at a rate of 8% a year? = RM 12096.77
- to years → divide by 360 days
- the approximate number of days From 08 February 1995 to 25 August 1995. ordinary = 197 days

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- the numbers of days from 20 June 2020 to 29 October 2020 of the same year by using
- for Present Value: P = S(1+rt)-1
- Time = 49 days
- Time of February: 28 days
- number in a 180-day-old account is RM205. When a simple interest of 5 percent a year has been given to the account, consider the original principal. RM 200
- to years → divide by 52 weeks
- to years → divide by 12 months
- Simple Interest: 360-day year
- the principal
- two accounts, Mary has invested RM 30000, some at 12 percent annually and the others at 8 percent annually. For one year, her total interest was RM3200. How much investment has been made at 12% ? = RM 20, 000
- Time= 129 days
- Subhashini borrowed RM350 for 4 years at a 10.5% interest rate. Calculate the simple interest. = RM 147
- 20 000 is invested for 3 years 6 months in a bank earning a simple interest rate of 9% per annum. Find the simple amount at the end of the investment period. = RM26300
- simple interest earned, RM15000 for 51⁄4 years at 9% per annum. I = RM 7087.5
- has been invested for a certain period of time. The simple amount of interest earned was RM200. Find the period when the simple interest rate offered was 10% per year. = 1 year
- will the sum of money double in four years at what simple interest rate? 25%

**32 Clues:** Time: 30 days • the principal • simple amount • Time = 49 days • Time= 129 days • Amount: S = P(1+rt) • interest rate in (%) • for Interest: I = Prt • Time of February: 28 days • amount of interest in (RM) • the length of time in years • to years → divide by 52 weeks • Simple Interest: 360-day year • to years → divide by 360 days • to years → divide by 12 months • ...

### 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 • ...

### 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) • ...

### School subjects 2017-06-15

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

### 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

### 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 • ...

### CROSSWORD 2018-04-13

### 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 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. • ...

### 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 2015-05-30

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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 • ...

### Maths 2015-05-30

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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 • ...

### Maths 2017-10-16

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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 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 2012-11-06

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- What is left behind after sharing
- used to measure the lenght of small objects
- result of adding two numbers
- gain
- the opertaion of taking one quantity away from another
- representing data using pictures
- Parts of a whole
- Repeated addition?
- polygon with infinite number of sides
- fractions whose denominators are not the same

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- chinese puzzle consisiting of seven peices
- The number just after a given number
- you find this when you are multiplying two numbers
- the order in which numbers are arranged from largest to smallest
- share equally
- one of the properties of addition and multiplication
- it has no lenght, breadth or thickness
- East , west , north or south
- Extends infinitely in both directions
- unit used to measure the height of human beings

**20 Clues:** gain • share equally • Parts of a whole • Repeated addition? • result of adding two numbers • East , west , north or south • representing data using pictures • What is left behind after sharing • The number just after a given number • Extends infinitely in both directions • polygon with infinite number of sides • it has no lenght, breadth or thickness • ...

### 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 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 2014-06-07

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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 • ...

### maths 2019-06-26

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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 2012-11-12

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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 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 2015-11-26

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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 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 • ...

### Maths 2015-05-30

### 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 2017-10-15

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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 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. • ...

### Maths 2012-11-12

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- Imperial units for measuring length
- Arrangement according to size, amount of value
- A whole number that divides exactly into another number
- The point of intersection of the x and y axis on a coordinate or cartesian plane
- A measure used to find the location of the middle (central tendency) of a data set
- The measurement from top to bottom
- The number of times a particular item appears in a set of data
- An area of maths where numbers are represented by letters
- Opposite direction to the way hands on the clock go
- Any part of a group, number or whole
- A thousand millions
- Unit of time
- Average of a number of different amounts
- To join two or more numbers (or quantities) to get one number
- use of standard units to find out size or quantity
- The number resulting from dividing one number by another
- Quantity of matter in an object

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- An ordinal number
- To turn an object
- One of two equal parts
- A mirror view
- A polynomial containing two unlike terms
- Lines that are the same distance apart
- The smallest in a group
- Not equal in amount or quantity

**25 Clues:** Unit of time • A mirror view • An ordinal number • To turn an object • A thousand millions • One of two equal parts • The smallest in a group • Not equal in amount or quantity • Quantity of matter in an object • 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 2013-02-12

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- a shape having 3 or more straight sides
- maximum amount somthing can hold
- 2 angles whose sum is 180 degrees
- two sides of equal length
- the point of intersection of the Y and X axis
- polygon with 4 sides
- being the same in value
- roughly calcuate the value of somthing

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- when 2 numbers are mulitiplied
- an angle between 90 and 180 degrees
- order of set numbers
- situateed on or realting to the inside of somthing
- similar in character from or function
- the number obtained from dividing one number by another
- a numercial quantity that is not a whole number
- 3 sides at different angles
- relating to a system of numbers
- change between two contrasting conditions
- less than 90 degrees
- one of the numbers in a sequence

**20 Clues:** order of set numbers • polygon with 4 sides • less than 90 degrees • being the same in value • two sides of equal length • 3 sides at different angles • when 2 numbers are mulitiplied • relating to a system of numbers • maximum amount somthing can hold • one of the numbers in a sequence • 2 angles whose sum is 180 degrees • an angle between 90 and 180 degrees • ...

### Maths 2020-07-13

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- Taking it off
- You need to know how these work for Battleships
- Parts of a whole
- The same on both sides
- Amount out of a hundred
- Sixty minutes makes one of these
- Turning on the spot
- More than a quarter but less than half
- Length times height
- Temperature and Angles are measured in these
- Obtuse, Acute or Reflex

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- It's on De-bottom
- The total when we put them all together
- The biggest angle we use
- Fraction, It’s top heavy
- Lots of
- Shapes, space and volume
- Corners
- A point with Tenths, Hundredths and Thousandths
- Using letters in a function machine
- Sixty of these are in a minute
- A little angle
- Always the first operation
- When I want to share with my friends
- To the power of.

**25 Clues:** Lots of • Corners • Taking it off • A little angle • Parts of a whole • To the power of. • It's on De-bottom • Turning on the spot • Length times height • The same on both sides • Amount out of a hundred • Obtuse, Acute or Reflex • The biggest angle we use • Fraction, It’s top heavy • Shapes, space and volume • Always the first operation • Sixty of these are in a minute • ...

### 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 2014-07-04

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- The numbers to be added together are called
- bringing two or more numbers (or things) together to make a new total.
- you calculate by adding up all the values, then divide by how many values.
- The result of subtracting one number from another.
- splitting into equal parts or groups.
- (in its simplest form) repeated addition
- parts per 100. The symbol is %
- The number that is to be subtracted from.
- The number that is to be subtracted.
- Point The 'point' at which a line or a curve ends.

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- The segment which joins two points on a circle.
- A polygon/shape that has ten angles and ten straight lines.
- Number A number that can be divided or is divisible by 2.
- A line segment that connects two vertices in a polygon.
- part of a whole.
- The complete distance around a circle or a square.
- number written in the bottom part of the fraction
- All sides are equal.
- taking one number away from another.
- number written in the upper part of the fraction
- A real number on the base ten standard numbering system.
- The amount a container will hold.

**22 Clues:** part of a whole. • All sides are equal. • parts per 100. The symbol is % • The amount a container will hold. • taking one number away from another. • The number that is to be subtracted. • splitting into equal parts or groups. • (in its simplest form) repeated addition • The number that is to be subtracted from. • The numbers to be added together are called • ...

### Maths 2014-09-17

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- How wide a shape is.
- Angle smaller than 90 degrees.
- Angle exactly 360 degrees.
- Angle larger than 180 degrees.
- The length around the outside of an object.
- The operation used to multiply numbers by each other.
- E.G. 4x+6=2x+7.
- Space inside a shape.
- E.G. 2x+5.
- The operation used to add two or more numbers together.
- The width of a circle.

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- Below the numerator.
- The number which is a fraction of the denominator.
- The perimeter of a circle.
- Angle larger than 90 degrees.
- Not a whole number.
- The operation used to take away one number from another.
- How long a shape is.
- Angle exactly 180 degrees.
- The distance from the centre of a circle to the edge.
- The operation that splits numbers into smaller groups.
- How high a shape is.
- Angle Exactly 90 degrees.

**23 Clues:** E.G. 2x+5. • E.G. 4x+6=2x+7. • Not a whole number. • How wide a shape is. • Below the numerator. • How long a shape is. • How high a shape is. • Space inside a shape. • The width of a circle. • Angle Exactly 90 degrees. • The perimeter of a circle. • Angle exactly 360 degrees. • Angle exactly 180 degrees. • Angle larger than 90 degrees. • Angle smaller than 90 degrees. • ...

### 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 2015-07-07

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- 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 2015-08-09

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- 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 2015-11-26

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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 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

### Maths 2017-01-09

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- How many kilograms are left if a butcher sells 99.2% of his half-tonne bull?
- How many 20 liter buckets of water can be fetched from a well whose capacity is 180,000 cubic centimeters?
- On the even numbered side of Nyerere street, the Dada's live at house No. 26 and the Kaka's live at house No. 50. How many homes are situated between them?
- Dibaba can run 100 meters in 17 seconds. Ayana can run 20 kilometers in one hour? Who is faster of the two?
- If a number is ten times half the double of 10 squared then the number is ____.
- How many pumpkins do i need if i want to give each of eight people 1/8 of a pumpkin?
- How many 5000/= have the same value as seventy-five 200/= coins?
- How many right angles contain the same number of degrees that a triangle contains?
- There are 99 twos in 198 and 99 ____ in 99.
- At sunrise the outside temperature was 10°C below zero. By lunchtime, the temperature rose by 118°F and then fell by 27°F by night. What was the temperature in °C at the end of the day?
- Gasasira, Ayen and Damisi each have an uncle whose name contains three times half the number of letters as his niece's name above. Which girl has an uncle whose name contains 6 letters?

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- Messi, Ronaldo and Henry scored half of their team's 84 goals in a football season. Ronaldo scored twice as many goals as Messi who scored twice as many goals as Henry. Which player scored 24 goals?
- How many bags of cement each weighing 50kg would be required to build a one tonne block?
- The amount of space inside a closed plane figure is its ____.
- A period of 10 years.
- 60% of a minute and 1% of an hour are both equal to 36 ____.
- If you multiply this by a circles diameter you will find the circles circumference.
- Linda is stocking bathrooms at the hotel where she works. She has 7 rolls of toilet paper and 14 soaps. If she wants all bathrooms to be stocked identically, with the same combination of supplies in each one and nothing left over, what is the greatest number of bathrooms Linda can stock?
- Amani's teacher gave the class a spelling test of 25 words. The teacher wrote each students' score in Roman Numerals and Amani's score was XX. What percentage of words did Amani spell correctly?
- The length of a rectangular field is 75 meters. It's width is 25 meters. Pierre ran around the field 2.5 times. How many kilometers did he run?
- By how much is 7+5-4x2 less than 5x4-3-2?
- If community land is divided into equal pieces and the chief is given 75% of the land. How many pieces does he/she take?

**22 Clues:** A period of 10 years. • By how much is 7+5-4x2 less than 5x4-3-2? • There are 99 twos in 198 and 99 ____ in 99. • 60% of a minute and 1% of an hour are both equal to 36 ____. • The amount of space inside a closed plane figure is its ____. • How many 5000/= have the same value as seventy-five 200/= coins? • ...

### subjects 2013-04-21

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

### Mes matieres 2021-02-26

**16 Clues:** l'EPS • l'anglais • le dessin • le dessin • les maths • l'espagnol • le theatre • l'histoire • l'allemand • la musique • le francais • la religion • les sciences • la géographie • l'informatique • la technologie

### Somerville Crossword No.17 2013-06-30

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- Teacher of Graphics and design Mr..
- Part of the Boys uniform
- Compulsory Tech Class
- One of the languages taught at school
- How many school syndicates
- Lead Teacher of Syndicate F Mrs..
- what you should do at home
- Maths website: Maths...

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- Room 26 Teacher Mr...
- Maths Teacher
- One of the school shoe colours
- Part of the Girls uniform
- What does the E stand for in PE
- Time school finishes
- Day where you do not have to wear uniform
- Principle Mr...

**16 Clues:** Maths Teacher • Principle Mr... • Time school finishes • Room 26 Teacher Mr... • Compulsory Tech Class • Maths website: Maths... • Part of the Boys uniform • Part of the Girls uniform • How many school syndicates • what you should do at home • One of the school shoe colours • What does the E stand for in PE • Lead Teacher of Syndicate F Mrs.. • Teacher of Graphics and design Mr.. • ...

### Maths 2017-01-16

### Words we know 2015-03-29

### MULTIPLICATION 2015-01-31

**10 Clues:** 7 TIMES 10 • REPEATED ADDITION • MENTAL MATHS 9 X 8 • MENTAL MATHS 7 X 5 • MENTAL MATHS 9 X 9 • MENTAL MATHS 8 X 7 • MENTAL MATHS 22 X 3 • MENTAL MATHS 42 X 11 • ANSWER OF MULTIPLICATION • NUMBERS THAT DIVIDE A NUMBER COMPLETELY

### English portfolio 2014-09-13

### Mes matieres 2021-02-26

**16 Clues:** l'EPS • le dessin • les maths • le dessin • l'anglais • l'espagnol • l'histoire • le theatre • l'allemand • la musique • le francais • les sciences • la géographie • la technologie • l'informatique • studies la religion

### Vocabulaire français unité 1 nom:____________ 2017-09-25

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- die Schere
- die Geschichte
- rechnen
- Deutsch
- der Stuhl
- experimentieren
- Dienstag
- zeichnen
- das Heft
- das bildnerische Gestalten, die Zeichnung
- die Schule
- die Musik
- Montag

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- Maths
- springen, hüpfen
- singen
- klettern
- Sonntag
- Donnerstag
- der Tisch
- der Ordner
- Mittwoch
- Freitag
- Französisch
- Englisch
- der Kugelschreiber
- der Bleistift
- das Buch
- Samstag

**29 Clues:** Maths • singen • Montag • Sonntag • rechnen • Deutsch • Freitag • Samstag • klettern • Mittwoch • Dienstag • Englisch • zeichnen • das Heft • das Buch • der Tisch • der Stuhl • die Musik • die Schere • Donnerstag • der Ordner • die Schule • Französisch • der Bleistift • die Geschichte • experimentieren • springen, hüpfen • der Kugelschreiber • das bildnerische Gestalten, die Zeichnung

### 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