
The family wanted to divide the money equally.


The division of the money was unequal.


An equilateral triangle is a threesided shape with all sides and angles equal.
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I estimate we'll land in forty minutes.


An equation is a mathematical way of showing how two things are equal.
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A fraction is a part of a whole.
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We created a linear graph for geography.
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To win the cake you must guess its weight.


The x axis is horizontal.


An isosceles triangle is a threesided shape with two sides of equal length and two equal angles.
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Measure out one kilogram.
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A kilometre is a thousand metres.


This flask holds one litre of juice.


A gallon is an imperial measure of volume.


One hundred centimetres make a metre.


Subtract is to take away one number from another; other words include minus or find the difference.
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The boy struggled to multiply numbers without a calculator.


Multiplication is an important maths topic.
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