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Word list: GCSE Maths: Problem Solving 1

answer An answer is the right response to a question.
approximate An approximate calculation uses rounded numbers to make it easier.
comment If you comment on something, it means you make a statement about it.
conclude If you conclude, it means you make a final statement about something.
debit Debit means to take money out of an account.
deduce Deduce means coming to a conclusion through reasoning.
estimate To estimate is to give an approximate value.
evaluate If you evaluate something, it means you find its answer.
evidence Evidence proves or disproves a theory.
explore If you explore something, it means you investigate or study it.
generalise British English spelling If you generalise something, it means you give an overall comment on it without going into detail.
investigate If you investigate something, it means you carry out research into it.
justify If you justify something, it means you show it to be reasonable.

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