The graph of an equation where the x term is a denominator of a fraction.

# Category Archives: R

# Reciprocal

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Flipped fraction. The reciprocal of any whole number is the unit fraction with the original number as the denominator.

Example:

ðŸ”‘Key Topics: Fraction Division

ðŸ‘€Also Look up: Fraction, Unit Fraction, Whole Number, Denominator

# Ratio

The relationship between two, or more, number quantities. Written with colons between the numbers.

Example: The ratio of 6 oranges to 9 pears can be written as 6:9, or simplified 2:3

ðŸ”‘Key Ratio Topics: Simplifying, Sharing the Total, Using Ratios

ðŸ‘€Also Look up: Simplify, Equivalent

# Represent

Put this information into a diagram or graph.

Example: Represent this information in a bar chart.

ðŸ”‘ Key Represent Topics:Â Bar Charts, Pie Charts, Histogram, Pictogram

ðŸ‘€Also Look Up: Graph, Diagram

# Rotate

Use tracing paper to turn the shape around a given point.

# Reflect

Re-draw the shape as if seen in a mirror.

# Radius

The distance from the centre of a circle to the circumference. The plural of radius is radii.

Example:

ðŸ”‘ Key Radius Topics:Â Parts of a Circle, Area of a Circle, Circumference of a Circle, Circle Theorems

ðŸ‘€Also Look Up: Circle, Diameter, Sector

# Round

# Root

A shortened way of saying the square root of a number.

Example: Root 4 stands for the square root of 4.Â

# Right-Angled

Has a right angle in the shape.