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The process of totalling figures is called addition.


You must pay with the precise amount of money.


The 'B' in BODMAS stands for brackets.
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Calculate 2+2.


It was a simple calculation.
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Did you use a calculator for that equation?


Can you change these coins into notes?


During inflation, the value of currency decreases.
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The range is the difference between the lowest and highest values.
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I will discount you from the detention because you are so well behaved!
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The number you divide by is the divisor.
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The division of the money was unequal.


Double four is eight.
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I will halve my sandwich for my friend.
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To estimate is to give an approximate value.
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Six is a factor of twenty four.
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As numbers get bigger, they increase.
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As numbers get smaller, they decrease.
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The inverse operation of addition is subtraction.
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Factors are numbers we can multiply together to get another number.
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The inverse of division is multiplication.
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