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Key words for GCSE Maths

method 
A method is a particular way of doing something.


operation 
A mathematical process, such as addition, is called an operation.


problem 
A maths problem is the question you are being asked to solve.


procedure 
A procedure is a series of actions conducted in a certain order or manner.


proportion 
A proportion is a part of something in relation to its whole.


prove 
If you prove something, you show it to be true or false.


rate 
Rate is a comparison between two different but related things.


reason 
If you reason something, it means you think about it in a logical way.


result 
A result is the answer to your calculation or the outcome of your experiment.


solution 
A solution is the answer to your problem.


solve 
If you solve a problem, it means you find the answer.


unitary 
A unitary ratio is when one side of the ratio is one.

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