Spelling list: Maths, operations

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add A diagonal brace is used to add strength to scaffolding.
average The teacher calculated the average test score for the class.
difference Subtract is to take away one number from another; other words include minus or find the difference. *
divide The family wanted to divide the money equally.
equation Did you use a calculator for that equation?
multiply Brackets in Maths means multiply. *
product The shop offered a wide assortment of products.
quotient A quotient is a result of division.
remainder Even numbers are numbers that divide by two without remainder. *
solution We made a solution in Science. *
root Make sure the root has plenty of water.
subtract An expression is a list of terms added together or subtracted from each other. *
sum The sum of 10 and 10 is 20.
equal Make sure you get an equal share.

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