General keywords list for Maths.

To ADD is to join one number to another; other words used include plus and total.
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Subtract is to take away one number from another; other words include minus or find the difference.
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Multiply is to make a number bigger by a given number of times; for example, two lots of three make six.
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Divide is to find out how often a number is found in another; for example, there are three lots of four in twelve.
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To increase is to make something bigger.
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To decrease is to make something smaller.
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A digit is any of the numbers 0 to 9.
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An equation is a mathematical way of showing how two things are equal.
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Equivalent means equal or the same in value.
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A sequence are numbers that follow each other in a particular order.
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Consecutive means following one after the other.
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To approximate is to give an answer that is close to the exact answer.
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Accurate means exact or correct.
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Inverses are opposites; for example, minus is the opposite of plus.
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Value is what or how much something is worth.
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