parallel | A trapezoid or trapezium is a type of quadrilateral with at least one pair of parallel sides. | |
parallelogram | A parallelogram is a four-sided shape with opposite sides equal and parallel. * | |
negative | Negative numbers are number less than zero. * | |
numerator | A fraction has a numerator and a denominator. * | |
percentage | I worked out the percentage of people with purple jumpers. * | |
perimeter | Add all the sides of a shape to get the perimeter. * | |
perpendicular | Perpendicular is exactly upright, at right angles to the base. * | |
positive | Positive numbers are numbers more than zero. * | |
quadrilateral | A trapezoid or trapezium is a type of quadrilateral with at least one pair of parallel sides. | |
questionnaire | Please complete the questionnaire. * | |
radius | The radius is a line from one side of a circle to the centre. * | |
ratio | Ratio data has an absolute zero. * | |
recurring | A recurring number is a number that goes on forever; for example, a third of ten is 3 point 33 recurring. * | |
reflect | In the exam, you will be asked to reflect a shape across an axis. | |
reflection | In mathematics, a reflection is a type of transformation. |
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