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What are the 4 types of SAE projects?

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Example The distance around the boundary of a 2D (two-dimensional) shape. Calculating the perimeter of a shape is equal to the sum of the length of all sides. Example

A line has only one dimension (i. Length) Addition and Subtraction A drawing, which maintains proportions, shown bigger or smaller than real life.

Common examples include maps or house plans. Example Tells the position of something in a sequence. Example An chord across a circle through the centre (twice the radius).

Example Quadrant A solid with 2 parallel ends that are pentagons of the same size and shape (ie are congruent). All its other faces are rectangular. Example

An example of long division may look like this:

∛125 = 5 since 5 × 5 × 5 = 125 Perimeter of this trapezium is 6cm + 4cm + 3cm + 4cm = 17cm Hundredth A triangular array of numbers in which each number in the triangle is the sum of the two directly above it. Example Globe It is the small number written to the top right of a number in mathematics. Shows the number of times to multiply a number by itself

. Any written method used to divide by a number with two or more digits. Example Parallelogram Pattern Row 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 (all numbers are spoken, but the bold numbers are said more loudly).Example Algebra For addition: The LCM of 10 and 12 is 60 as 60 is the smallest number that divides both 10 and 12 with no remainder. The point where lines meet or the line where two or more planes meet. Example Has 3 dimensions – length, width and breadth – and has surfaces that are curved, flat or a combination of both.

Flat surfaces that meet at the edges are called faces. Example Tangent Point Half a circle. Example

A 3D (three-dimensional) object with a pentagon as its base. Its other faces are triangles that meet at a common point (vertex). Example The longest side of a right-angle triangle that is also opposite to the right angle.

Example A solid with a hexagon as its base. Its other faces are triangles that meet at a common point (vertex). Example OR Square prism

Example Object Numbers that are the same if read forwards or backwards. Examples The numerator (top number) is smaller than the denominator (bottom number) in a fraction

. Even number The spread of scores or results is symmetrical.Example Increasing from smallest to largest. Example Vertical algorithm

Example Diameter

Example A set of five regular polyhedra. All the faces are congruent regular polygons and the same number of faces meet at each vertex. The platonic solids are: the cube (hexahedron), dodecahedron, icosahedron, octahedron, and tetrahedron.

Examples Acute angled triangle The 5 times tables: A triangle with two sides equal in length and two angles that are equal. Example Mental strategy A value that 'lies outside' (is much smaller or larger than) most of the other values in a set of data. Example A measurement used for angles shown by the degrees symbol °.

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Number sentence Using numbers and symbols in an equation

. Example This solid does not have a uniform cross-section: Proper fraction These numbers are in descending order: The score that occurs the most in a data set. ExampleWhole number An angle is the measure of turn between two straight lines which meet at a common point. A protractor is used to measure angles. Angles are measured in degrees °.

Example Subtraction The two lines that form the angle. Example Right angle

A straight line that crosses two or more other lines. Example Fibonacci sequence A number raised to a negative power is the reciprocal of that number raised to the positive power. Example An unmarked number line

A cross section that is the same size and shape throughout a solid. Example Probability Vertically opposite angles Depreciation Per cent This shape has been broken into 4 parts and 3 of them have been coloured. The coloured fraction is 3-quarters or 3⁄4.

Isosceles triangle

5, + 6 1⁄ 2, -3 Average 12 is divided into 3 groups giving 4 in each group Uniform cross-section Addition Multiplication and Division Sector (pie) graph Measuring angles

Quantitative data 4 × 5 = 20 Numbers getting smaller. Decreasing from largest to smallest. Example A number showing both sign and size.

Examples A typist might type at a rate of 45 words per minute. This is written as 45 words/min. Partitioning into equal groups.

The invention of digital and the development of electronic products and services have led to a revolution that, in general, has made products more widely available and easier to use. What do you need to keep in mind about your children and digital? Trapezium Sample Prime factor

Some examples include: North (N), South (S), East (E), West (W). Also North East (NE), South East (SE), South West (SW) and North West (NW). Example The location of an object in relation to oneself or another object.

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Example Right angles are shown like this: A pyramid with a triangle as its base. Its other faces are triangles that meet at a common point (vertex). Example Diagonal Where: Arms of an angle Concave quadrilateral The directed number line extends indefinitely in two directions to show both positive and negative numbers.

Example N = the number of time periods. Revolution Section Line graph Polyhedron A triangle with all sides equal in length and all angles equal (60°). Example A line that joins any two vertices (corners) of a polygon or polyhedron, where the vertices are not next to each other.

Example Degrees is the plural of degree. Example For the scores 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5, 6, 9,10 Multiplication and division are inverse operations. Examples If an event is represented as 'E', the complimentary event is Example

The answer when 2 or more numbers are multiplied together. Example Symmetrical A simple algebraic equation could be: A measurement of how much a diagram has been enlarged or reduced in a scale diagram. Example Complementary event To cut in half.

Example Circumference Sphere Adding 257 + 220:

Example Right angled triangle 1st, 2nd, 15th, 100th Product Displays the time in digits. Example Angles a and b are vertically opposite angles Population The theorem says that in any right angled triangle, the square of the length of the longest side is the same as the sum of the squares of the lengths of the other two sides: a 2+b 2 = c 2. Example Using a standardised measure such as metres, litres or kilograms.

15 is the product of 3 and 5 Translation Rectangular pyramid

Any number that can be divided by 2 and give no remainder. Example Conversion graphs The flat surface you see after cutting through a solid in any direction. Example Grouping Digit When two lines are cut by a third line (transversal) alternate angles are between the pair of lines on the outside of the transversal.

If the two lines are parallel, the alternate angles are equal. Examples 10 × 5 = 50

Example A digital product such as a camera transforms an analog image into data (a series of 1s and 0s) which is then transferred into a storage device and reassembled so that you see the original image. Analog cameras store the image onto film, which is then processed into prints. You can make a huge variety of changes to digital imagery which you cannot make to photo prints.

A straight line that touches a circle or curve at only one point. Example Number line The highest common factor (HCF) of two or more whole numbers is the largest number that will divide exactly into each of them. Examples A way of working something out using known relationships, patterns and operations.

85 is greater than 37 is written: 85 > 37.

Example Favourite colours The ratio of stars to hearts is 4:3 Area Apex Chord A fraction where the numerator is equal to, or larger than, the denominator. Example Equals

Example Often shown by using the equals = sign (symbol). Example Edge Turn over to give the mirror image – a reflection. Example Combining a collection of things together: Isometric grid paper 7 has only 2 factors: 1 and 7 A standard measure of the average spread of the scores about the mean

.A cube has 8 vertices

Per cent can also be expressed as percent, percentage or simply with the symbol %. Example Parallel Clock Take away Examples Column graph Slant height Ascending order Pythagoras' theorem Palindromic numbers The distance from the centre of the circle to the circumference of the circle.

Example Hundredths A polygon with 8 straight sides and 8 angles. If all sides and angles are equal, it is called a regular octagon. If not, it is called an irregular octagon.

Example Multiple

Vertical

How does it work? A polygon with 5 straight sides and 5 angles. If all sides and angles are equal, it is called a regular pentagon. If not, it is called an irregular pentagon.

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Rhombus Hexagon Grid paper used to draw 3D figures. The grid is a series of dots or lines which form equilateral triangles and allow for the drawing of a solid showing 3 or more faces. Example A step-by-step method of addition, subtraction, multiplication or division.

Example Decagon Odd number Reciprocal of a fraction Symbol used to show that two or more amounts have the same value. Oblique solids A shape has rotational symmetry if an outline of the figure can be rotated or turned about its centre to match its original shape. Example A cube is a square prism, which is a particular type of prism with faces that are all congruent squares.

It has 6 faces, 12 edges and 8 corners (or vertices). Example

The amount of space taken up by an object or substance, measured in cubic units. Example

Example Adjacent sides Has the same value. Example Length Shows the amount each digit is worth because of its place in a number. Example View Protractor Has more than two factors.

Examples Position Multiplication tables

Example Cross-section Examples:

A triangle with one right angle (90°). Example Supplementary angles This sequence starts with 1: 4 × 3 = 12 Corresponding angles That is the sum of the squares of the two smaller numbers is the square of the largest number. Example

Ten frame If data on the opinions of Year 8 is required, then the population is all of Year 8. Platonic solids Fraction notation A symbol used to write a numeral. The digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 are used to write all the numbers in our number system.

Example Hexagonal pyramid

Example Perpendicular Interest is calculated on the sum invested (principal) as well as on any interest earned.

The reciprocal of 2/ 3 is 3/ 2. 99 rounds to $8 Solid Any whole number ending in 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8 is even.

A solid has 3 dimensions The decimal fraction 0. 34 can be shown on the chart as: Ones The products of numbers 0 to 10 multiplied by each other. Students are encouraged to learn and appreciate a range of mental strategies to work out the answers.

Pyramid Depreciation occurs when an item loses value over time. Example Rectangular prism Compass directions Think 52 + 40 = 92, then subtract the extra 1 added to 39 at the start. Groups of related facts in addition and subtraction, and multiplication and division.

Square pyramid A visual way of showing a collection of information. Example Bar (column) graph Is any 3D (three-dimensional) object. The three dimensions are length, width and depth.

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A solid with 2 parallel ends that are hexagons of the same size and shape (ie are congruent). Example At 90° to the given line. Example 3 groups with 4 in each gives 12 altogether.

Holding objects to judge weight. Example Expanded notation Capacity Estimate and informal measurement are interchangeable terms. Example Common fraction A fraction that is made by dividing a whole into tenths (10 equal parts), hundredths (100 equal parts) or thousandths (1000 equal parts).

A fraction uses a decimal point when written. Travel graphs Cube Sharing A polygon with 4 straight sides where all sides are equal in length and all angles are equal (90°). Example An angle that measures 90°.

Example The 5 times tables are: A fraction that has a numerator of 1. Example

If not, it is called an irregular decagon Example 2 x = 12

Example 30 out of the 100 squares have been shaded, so 30% is shaded Index notation

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Example Semicircle Scalene triangle Number that can be represented by a triangular pattern of dots. Example 7 + 3 = 10 A solid with an octagon as its base. Its other faces are triangles that meet at a common point (vertex).

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Multiplications may be shown in an organised way (such as the examples below) to assist in memorising the answers. Vertex

Example isometric grid paper This solid has a uniform cross-section: One number is rounded to simplify the calculation then the answer is adjusted to compensate for the original change. Example Reflect Cluster Integer A branching diagram used to list all the outcomes in a sequence of events. Rhythmic counting Equation Prime number Factor tree Most of the data is clustered at one end

.Example Frequency polygon Sports played:

12 is divided into 3 equal groups giving 4 in each group Congruent Blocks used to help children visualise the value of numbers. Except for the individual unit blocks, all other blocks are based on tens, hence the reason why they are often referred to as 'base ten blocks'. Multi-attribute blocks and base ten blocks are interchangeable terms.

Example Hexagonal prism The difference between 10 and 16 is 6 (i. 16 – 10 = 6) Triangular prism A tool for showing the value of each digit in decimal fractions.

Can be used to help with addition and subtraction of decimal fractions. Example An equilateral triangle can be turned 3 times and match its original shape exactly. It also has a rotational symmetry order of 3.

For each year (ie the interest rate on the mortgage was 7% per annum).

Negative index Mixed numeral When two lines are cut by a third line (transversal) co-interior angles are between the pair of lines on the same side of the transversal. If the lines are parallel the co-interior angles are supplementary (add up to 180 degrees)

. Example Prism Arc (of a circle)A fraction is shown by putting one number over another with a dividing line between them. Example Jump strategy Table The lowest common multiple or least common multiple (LCM) of two or more numbers is the smallest number that is a multiple of all of them. Example Counting forwards or backwards in groups or multiples of a particular number.

Example Ten The reciprocal of a fraction (not equal to 0) can be made by interchanging the numerator and the denominator. Example Digital clock Plane A set of numbers and/or letters that shows the position of a point or space on a map or grid. An index is more commonly called a power.

Icosahedron Mode Analog clock An object has 3 dimensions – length, width and depth. Example The amount left over after a quantity has been divided onto another. Example A flat shape that can be folded up into a solid.

Example Coordinates Secant Octahedron

A rectangular diagram divided into rows (horizontal) and columns (vertical). Example Skip counting The result of subtraction. Example

Times tables

Ratio is a comparison of two or more quantities. Example 2 or 84 or 6000 Quotient

Example Bar chart

2 × 5 = 10 Cubed

Example Place value For the scores 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5, 6, 9, 10.

Rate A quadrilateral with two pairs of equal adjacent sides, symmetrical only about one diagonal. Example Multiplication Units of length 2 x + 3 = 15 Square number Putting objects together in equal groups helps to understand multiplication and division. Equal groups contain the same number of items or objects Example Straight angle

When two lines are cut by a third line (transversal) corresponding angles are in corresponding positions (i. On the same side of the transversal and both above or both below the pair of lines).

If the lines are parallel, the corresponding angles are equal. Example The possible outcomes when tossing a die are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. The set would be {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6}.

Example Hefting 16 is a square number. It has 4 rows of 4, so 4 × 4 = 16 Net Tree diagram Cardinal number

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Transversal Solid shapes look different depending on where they are seen from, eg front view, side view, top view. Example

A unit of measurement used for temperature. Examples Part of the circumference of a circle.

Example Commutative law Pentagonal prism Per annum

3 + 7 = 10 There are many different kinds of clocks, but the two most common are analog with 'hands' for hours, minutes and seconds, and digital, which displays only digits (numbers). Example

A 2D shape can have more than one attribute. Last updated: Subtract 541 minus 127 involves trading: Informal measurement An eBook is a digital representation of a book and can only be displayed on a computer, or an e-reader device, such as a Kindle. Why is it useful? Picture graph Directed number

Can have any number of digits 23 + 35; 23 + 30 = 53, 53 + 5 = 58

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A number line with dots drawn above the numbers to represent the scores. Example Reflex angle

Triangular pyramid Slant height is the height from the base to the apex along a surface. This is at an angle to the base, not perpendicular. Example Co-interior It may rain today but raining money is impossible.

Face Algorithm Segment Median

Example Principal The amount a digit is worth due to its position in a number, ie, ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, etc. Examples

Two-dimensional and 2D are interchangeable terms Example

Pentagon P(red marble) = 1⁄ 5. The probability of randomly selecting a red marble from the bag is 1 in 5.

The numbers 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17,.

Roman numerals 7:30 in the morning is 07:30, but 7:30 at night is 19:30 (midday 12:00 plus 7 1/ 2 hours). I = PRN where: 3 × 5 = 15 One-dimensional This shape has a volume of 6 cubic units

Order of symmetry Compound interest The longest dimension of an object.

A strand of mathematics that substitutes symbols or letters for unknown numbers. Example

Estimate Centre A way of presenting information in rows and columns for easy interpretation. Example Intersection A flat shape has 2 dimensions A quadrilateral with at least one set of parallel lines. Example

The cross-sections of prisms are uniform, which means they are the same size and shape as the base. Examples Addition and subtraction are inverse operations. A factor of a given number is a whole number that divides into it exactly.

Example A type of measure which uses non-standard units such as hand spans, footsteps or pattern blocks to measure length, area, etc. Dan's walking track A famous result named after the Greek mathematician Pythagoras. Nonagon A regular hexagon comes to rest in 6 identical positions to it original shape

The accuracy of the measurement depends on the quality of the instrument being used and the person measuring.

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Any non-zero number to the power of zero is equal to one. Example Array Divided bar graph This is a pattern – 2 elements repeat

Dodecahedron A clock with a face and two rotating hands – the minute hand (long) and the hour hand (short) – also sometimes another hand for seconds. Example Kite

Example Indices is the plural of index.

95 Digital development will continue to create many new and amazing new careers for your child to consider in the future. Want to know more? To move the position without rotating it or turning it over. This is also called a translation.

Example Any number ending in 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 is odd. Examples

Example A polygon with 9 straight sides and 9 angles. If all sides and angles are equal, it is called a regular nonagon. If not, it is called an irregular nonagon.

Example A three-dimensional (3D) object with 8 faces. Example

Equal sign (=) Inverse operation Multi-attribute blocks (MAB)

Example Different views of this solid A part of the population that has been selected in order to find information about the whole population. A 3D (three-dimensional) object with a circular base and an apex. Example

Example 12 / 5 = 2 with remainder 2 The 7 in 7/ 9. All measurements are approximations. A polygon with 6 edges and 6 angles.

If all sides and angles are equal, it is called a regular hexagon. If not, it is called an irregular hexagon. Example Sample space Triangle

An ancient number system represented by characters such as I(1), V(5), X(10), L(50), C(100), D(500) and M(1000). Examples

Example The measure of turn between two straight lines that meet. Fits together without any spaces or overlaps. Example Column

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The relationship is V + F – E = 2. Example

An integer can be positive or negative. Example The whole number 521 can be shown on a chart as: Hundreds Chance Numbers following a sequence in which each subsequent number is the sum of the previous two numbers. Example the numbers 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12.

Example Less than sign The product of any quantity and a whole number. Example Accuracy of measuring

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Long division Pythagorean triad

Example A number in the form a⁄b where a and b are numbers and b is not equal to zero. 3 equal groups with 4 in each gives 12 altogether. The quotient when 18 is divided by 6 is 3.

The boundary line or perimeter of a circle. Example

Example Information that can be put into different non-numerical groups. Example

Place value chart – decimal fractions The scores are clustered around the scores 3 and 4. A system of organising time into days, weeks, months and years. The line where two flat surfaces meet.

Example Radius A point is a position in space. It has no length, width or height.

A point is named using a capital letter. Volume

Bisect A quick test to see if a number can be divided by another without remainder. Examples Decimal The area of this rectangle is 2 × 4 = 8 square units. The line can start and end on any number.

A line is used to visualise number sequences or aid in computation. Examples Interval

The height measured at 90° from the base to the vertex at the top. Example Highest common factor The function that reverses another one. This is a way of checking if answers are correct.

Units of time A two-dimensional (2D) shape having three or more straight sides. It can be a regular polygon – where all sides are the same length and all angles are the same size – or an irregular polygon. Example Angles D and C are obtuse. Box-and-whisker plot Sum

Mass The result of multiplying a number by itself. Example √3 is a surd 'Is 85 greater than 37?' is written: is 85 > 37? 521 + 47 can be shown on chart as: Hundreds

The pointed end points to the smaller number. Example Mean

Students are encouraged to learn and appreciate a range of mental strategies to work out the answers. Tenths

Units of volume x = 6

5 which is the same as 5 parts out of 10. The amount of surface inside a closed flat (2D) shape. Example Perpendicular height An angle between 180° and 360°.

Example Rotational symmetry A number written with a power. Example Immediately recognising the number of objects in a small collection without having to count them. Example Expanded notation for 287 is 2 hundreds, 8 tens and 7 ones or 200 + 80 + 7. Globe and sphere are interchangeable terms. Example Angles that add to 90 degrees.

Example 1 + 1 = 2, 1 + 2 = 3, 2 + 3 = 5, 3 + 5 = 8, 5 + 8 = 13 Convex quadrilaterals For 46 + 33 the numbers are split to become: This is the opposite of subtraction.

Example The part of a circle that is between a chord and the circumference. Example 0 Interquartile range = upper quartile − lower quartile R = the interest rate per period, expressed as a decimal or fraction Scale drawing Pascal’s triangle The 8 in the fraction 7⁄8.

A three-dimensional (3D) object with two circular bases that are opposite each other in position and are the same size and same shape. Example The digits considered to be significant in reporting a measurement, irrespective of the location of the decimal place. (40 + 30) + (6 + 3) = 70 + 9 = 79 The cross-sections of pyramids and cones have the same shape A straight line that passes through two points on a circle or curve

.Example Fractions that are equal in value but have different names. Example

Example Divisibility tests

Bar chart and column graph are interchangeable terms. Example Scientific notation A protractor is used to measure an angle. Angles are measured in degrees.

Example The number below the line in a fraction that shows the number of parts a whole has been divided into. Example Means parts per 100 and is shown by the symbol %. A grid of 100 is used to show per cent.

Per cent can also be expressed as percent, percentage or simply with the symbol %. Fact family Hundreds chart

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Helps students understand the relationship between operations. Example

Example 5 3, pronounced 'cubed', gives 5 × 5 × 5 = 125. Symmetrical distribution A quadrilateral with all sides equal, opposite angles equal and opposite sides parallel. Example Vertically opposite angles are created when two lines cross.

These angles are equal in size. Example 2 0 = 1, 5 0 = 1, 23 0 = 1 Article metadata. 1 × 12, 2 × 6 and 3 × 4 all equal 12. Rounding A polygon with 4 straight sides.

The opposite sides are parallel and equal. Example Example Numerator A set of three integers (whole numbers) that obey Pythagoras' theorem.

To flip over or appear as a figure would look if shown in a mirror. Example A solid with 2 parallel bases that are octagons of the size and same shape. Example

Standard length units include: The original amount of money borrowed or invested

. Having one dimension ie length. Example In this data set: 1, 1, 3, 4, 5, 5, 6, 9, 10, 25 Discrete data A 3D (three-dimensional) object with 6 faces.Example Scale factor Attribute

Range

Example Rotate The horizontal direction is always read first. Examples Twenty-four hour time Flip Hindu-Arabic number system Hexahedron

A three-dimensional (3D) object with 12 faces. Example Line To divide into equal or unequal groups. Example Add, addition, plus and sum are related terms.

A line that is at right angles to a horizontal plane. Example

Directed number line

A line does not have a start or end point, it go on forever. Example Add Line of symmetry