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Flipped fraction. The reciprocal of any whole number is the unit fraction with the original number as the denominator.
🔑Key Topics: Fraction Division
👀Also Look up: Fraction, Unit Fraction, Whole Number, Denominator
A fraction where the numerator is 1.
🔑Key Topics: Simplifying Fractions
👀Also Look up: Fraction, Numerator
Going straight across, side to side. Perpendicular to vertical.
🔑Key Topics: Hortizontal and Vertical Graphs
👀Also Look up: Perpendicular, Vertical
A movement which has direction and a size. Represented as column vectors.
🔑Key Vector Topics: Translation, Vectors
👀Also Look up: Column Vector, Translate
A grid of numbers used to represent many different things.
🔑Key Maxtrix Topics: Vectors
👀Also Look up: Column Vector
Marked, usually on a diagram.
Example: The angle x is indicated on the diagram.
🔑Key Indicated Topics: Vectors
👀Also Look up: Angle, Angle (Notation)
Alternative Versions: ∠ABC or a ^ over the middle letter.
The angle made between sides AB and BC. The angle can always be found at the middle letter.
Example: The angle ABC is marked with an x.
🔑Key Angle Notation Topics: Circle Theorems, Geometric Proof, Vectors
👀Also Look up: AB Notation, A Notation, ABC Notation
The shape made by joining the vertices A, B and C. Capital letters are used for each of the vertices.
Note: The number of letters represents how many corners the shape has. ABCD would represent a four sided shape.
Example: Triangle ABC has three marked angles.
🔑Key Shape Notation Topics: Circle Theorems, Geometric Proof, Vectors
👀Also Look up: AB Notation, A Notation, ABC Angle Notation