Sides and angles are not drawn properly so measuring will not help you solve the question.
A key command used on exam papers
A simplified drawing showing the key details.
Example: Draw a diagram of the rectangle.
🔑 Key Diagram Topics: Tree Diagrams, Venn Diagrams, Loci
Going down from biggest to smallest.
Example: Write these numbers in descending order.
🔑 Key Descending Topics: Ordering Decimals, Ordering FDP, Ordering Fractions, Ordering Negatives, Ordering Integers
A quadrilateral with two sets of equal sides, one set of equal angles and a reflex angle. It is also known as an arrow head.
🔑 Key Delta Topics: Properties of Quadrilaterals, Circle Theorems
A unit of measure used in temperature. We use a little o symbol at the end to show a measure is in degrees.
Example: See example. The freezing point of water is 0 degrees Celsius. Celsius is not the only unit of temperature.
🔑 Key Degree Topics: Negative Numbers
A unit of measure used for angles. One 360th of a full turn. We use a little o symbol at the end to show a measure
Example: See example. A reflex angle is bigger than 270 degrees.
🔑 Key Degree Topics: Measuring Angles, Drawing Angles, Basic Angle Facts, Angles in a Triangle, Interior and Exterior Angles
Go down, get smaller.
Example: The temperature at night decreases by 6 degrees.
🔑 Key Decrease Topics: Describing Sequences, Subtraction, Negative Numbers
The position of a digit after, or to the right of, the decimal point.
Example: The third decimal place of 3.68706 is a 7, which represents 7 thousandths.
🔑 Key Decimal Place Topics: Rounding, Estimation, Error Intervals
A fraction of a whole number. Written to the right of the units digit and a decimal point.
Example: 5.6 has 1 decimal place.
🔑 Key Decimal Topics: Ordering Decimals, Decimals Addition, Decimals Subtraction, Dividing Decimals, Dividing by Decimals, Multiplying Decimals, Recurring Decimals