A diagram which represents data using symbols.

# Category Archives: P

# Per

For each

# Point

Were you looking for the point on a diagram?

Coordinate.

Example: The equation goes through the point (3, -5).

ðŸ”‘Key Point Topics: Equation of a Straight Line, Coordinates, Distance Between 2 Points

ðŸ‘€Also Look up: Coordinate, y = mx + c

# Product

Multiplication.

Example: Find the product of 6 and 8.

ðŸ”‘ Key Product Topics: Product of Primes, Product Rule for Counting

ðŸ‘€Also Look Up: Prime, Factorial

# Predict

Use the information you have to make an educated guess at what is going to happen.

Example: Predict the number of times the dice will land on 6 if I roll it 200 times.

ðŸ”‘ Key Predict Topics:Â Basic Probability

ðŸ‘€Also Look Up: Probability, Outcome, Fair

# Prove

A rigid algebraic or geometric process is required. Trying numbers will not get you the marks.

# Probability

The chance of something happening. Written in the form of decimals, fractions and percentages.

Example: Find the probability that the spinner lands on blue.

ðŸ”‘ Key Probability Topics: Basic Probability, Tree Diagrams

ðŸ‘€Also Look Up: Fair, Bias, Outcome

# Parallel

Two lines that will never meet.

ðŸ”‘ Key Parallel Topics:Â Angles in Parallel Lines

ðŸ‘€Also Look Up: Alternate, Corresponding, Co-Interior

# Proportion

Two values are said to be in proportion if they can be linked with a formula.

# Prism

A 3D shape which has a consistent cross-section.