Abscissa Abscissa is the horizontal coordinate of a point in a two-dimensional. The abscissa refers to the x coordinate and the ordinate refers to the y coordinate of a standard two-dimensional graph. The ordered pairs above denote the position of the fruits on the coordinate grid. The first number is called the “abscissa” (x coordinate) and denotes the horizontal position. The second number […]

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## Axis, axes

Axis, axes Graphs and coordinate planes Graphs and coordinate planes have a horisontal axis and a vertical axis Axis of symmetry An axis of symmetry (line of symmetry) devides a symmetrical objects in half https://2hpencil.com/2012/12/15/symmetry/ – butterfly https://mathcurious.com/2020/04/08/symmetry-in-nature/ Draw symmetrical objects Axes of coordinate In a coordinate system, there are usually two […]

## Area

Area is the size of a surface. […]

## Average

Average An average is a single number or value that best represents a set of data. The type of average taken as most typically representative of a list of numbers is the arithmetic mean – the sum of the numbers divided by how many numbers are in the list. To calculate the mean 1. Add […]

## Asymmetry

Asymmetry, Asymmetrical Asymmetry is having two sides or halves that are not the same. – Does not have sides exactly the same. – One half is not a mirror reflection of the other. https://venngage.com/design-dictionary/asymmetry-definition/ https://pixabay.com/vectors/background-abstract-background-2410617/ […]

## Ascending order

Ascending order Ascending means smallest to largest, 0 to 9. Examples with Numbers The numbers 17, 9, 5, 33, 1, 234, 45 arranged in ascending order are 1, 5, 9, 17, 33, 45 234. Real life The people in ascending order of height (left to right).https://pixabay.com/illustrations/graphic-diagram-silhouette-woman-68871/ […]

## Arms of an angle

Arms of an angle Arms of an angle are the two lines that form the angle. The rays and lines used in forming an angle are arms of an angle. The rays (the arms) have a common joining point that is called the vertex of an angle. As the arms turn the angle changes. […]

## Area

Area Area is the size of a surface. Area is measured in square units: millimetres (mm2), square centimetres (cm2), square decimetres (dm2), square metres (m2) and square kilometres (km2). The Area of the Plot of Land https://www.pexels.com/photo/aerial-view-of-plots-of-farm-land-3030296/ 1m² – 1dm² – 1cm² – 1mm² 1m² = 100 dm²1dm² = 100 cm²1cm² = 100 mm² 1m² = 10 […]

## Approximate

Approximate – Rounding An approximation is anything that is similar, but not exactly equal, to something else. Example: A route takes 56 minutes to be covered, thus, it can be considered “a one-hour journey”. To estimate a number, amount or total, often rounding it off to the nearest 10 or 100. Rounding Rulesmore than 5 […]

## Apex angles of an isosceles triangle

Apex angle (vertex angle) of an isosceles triangle An apex angle is the angle between the lines that define the apex. Apex angle of an isosceles triangle. In an isosceles triangle, the apex is the vertex where the two sides of equal length meet, opposite the unequal third side The angles at the base are […]