Most, More It is used when a quantity or number is bigger or larger than the second or the rest of the quantities or numbers. It states that one value is greater than or larger than or bigger than the other. The sign for more than is “>”. source of photo and examples https://www.splashlearn.com/math-vocabulary/counting-and-comparison/more-than […]

# Tag: Greek Mu

## Month

Month A month is a unit of time used with calendars, that is approximately as long as a naturalor orbitalperiod of the Moon. […]

## Mass

Mass The mass of an object is how much it weighs and is usually measured in grams and kilograms. For example, the mass of a bag of sugar is 1 kilogram You can find examples HERE […]

## Minute

Minute Minutus is the Latin word for “small,” and it gave rise to both the adjective minute (my-NOOT), or incredibly small, and the noun minute (MIN-it), or 60 seconds of time. Though they are pronounced differently, both words refer to small measurements. Examples HERE photo was taken from HERE […]

## Mixed Fraction

Mixed Fraction A mixed fraction is a combination of a proper fraction and a whole number. Usually, it represents a number between any two. For instance, 1(1/3) is a mixed fraction, where 1 is a whole number and 1/3 is a fraction, and together they form this subtype of fractions. Examples Here […]

## Measurement

Measurement Measurement is the process of associating numbers with physical quantities and phenomena. Measurement is fundamental to the sciences; to engineering, construction, and other technical fields; and to almost all everyday activities. You can find many games for measurement HERE […]

## Mathematics

Mathematics Mathematics is the science that studies matters concerning quantity (numbers), structure (geometric shapes), space, change, relationships of all measurable objects of our reality and imagination, as well as, according to some researchers, and some others which are not generally accepted as being included in the definition of mathematics […]

## Degree

A way to measure angles, like how much a door is open. […]

## Greater than

Greater than Greater than means that one number is larger than another. The greater than symbol in maths is “>“. For example, 8 > 2, meaning that 8 is greater than 2. https://www.abcya.com/games/comparing_number_values_jr Here’s a game to practise this concept. […]