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The process of totalling figures is called addition.
If a pair of angles are adjacent, they are formed on the same side of a straight line when intersected by another line.
Write down the alternate numbers.
Is it an acute or obtuse angle?
He amount owing is negligible.
The exam will take approximately two hours to finish.
The teacher calculated the average test score for the class.
Calculate 2+2.
centimetre British English spelling
One hundred centimetres make a metre.
The circumference of the circle was large.
Find the corresponding angle. *
Find the missing coordinate. *
The decimal numeral system has ten as its base.
A right angle is 90 degrees.
Find the lowest denominator. *
Diameter is a line from one side of a circle to the other, passing through the centre. *
A digit is any of the numbers 0 to 9. *

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