## Composite Number

A number with factors other than itself and one. Examples 12=12×1=3×4=3x2x2 33=33×1=3×11 Both twelwe and thirty-three are composite numbers. Seventeen and twenty-three are not composite… Read More »Composite Number

A number with factors other than itself and one. Examples 12=12×1=3×4=3x2x2 33=33×1=3×11 Both twelwe and thirty-three are composite numbers. Seventeen and twenty-three are not composite… Read More »Composite Number

The number (constant term) in front of a pronumeral (variable) in an algebraic term. Example

A measuring instrument similar to compasses with curved legs for measuring thickness (diameter) of curved (convex) objects or Example

How much a container can hold. The number of cubic units a container can hold is called the capacity or volume of the container. Volume… Read More »Capacity

A calendar represents the way in which a year is broken up into months, weeks and days. Example

A pair of numbers or letters that show the position of a point on the plane. The first number is always the x-coordinate, the second… Read More »Coordinates

A shape such as a shoe box. A cube-like prism. It has twelve edges, six faces and eight corners. The opposite faces are the same… Read More »Cuboid