Obtuse angle An obtuse angle is an angle that measures more than 90 degrees (90°) but less than 180 degrees (180°). An obtuse angle looks like this You can draw angles here with Geogebra https://www.geogebra.org/m/scavsujt […]

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## Plus

Plus two plus three is equal to five […]

## Pie graph or chart

Pie graph or chart A pie chart is a type of graph that presents the relationship of different parts a data set. A pie chart is a circular graph, divided into slices (or sections), where each section represents a percentage of the data. Example: A pie chart to show children’s favourite sport. This pie chart represents 50 […]

## Perimeter

Perimeter The perimeter of a 2D shape is the total length of all its sides. For example, a rectangle has four edges, so its perimeter is the total of those four edges added together. […]

## Percent, percentage

Percent, percentage Percent means “for every 100 parts“. The word comes from the latin phrase per centum which means per one hundred. Percentage means a part per hundred. It can be expressed in decimal form and in fraction form too. A percentage of a number is symbolized by writing: Examples: If we say 30%, it means 30 out […]

## Pentagon

Pentagon A pentagon is a type of polygon that has five sides and five angles. pentagon Different types of pentagones […]

## Parallel lines

Parallel lines Parallel lines are two or more straight lines that are at equal distance from each other and never meet, even if they are extended infinitely in both directions. Example: Try to find parallel lines in the picture: […]

## Odd number

Odd number […]

## Numerator

Numerator Numerator is the part of a fraction that is above the line and signifies the number of parts selected or removed from the total number to be divided by the denominator. […]

## Number Square or Square Number

Number Square or Square Number A square number is the result when a number has been multiplied by itself. Example: 25 is a square number because it is the result of multiplication 5 x 5. This is also written as 52 (“five squared”). 52 =5×5 =25 We can find the square numbers by multiplying each number by […]