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Division

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quotition

Division is a mathematical operation which can be interpreted in several different ways: (i) Grouping (qutition) Examples

Degree

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degree

(Symbol: ° ) In geometry, a degree is a unit for measuring angles.

Diamond

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rhombus diamod

A two-dimensional shape with four equal sides where the angles are not right angles. The correct name is rhombus. Examples

Directed Numbers

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coordinate system

Numbers that have + and – signs on them. They are also called integers. We can show them on a number line or axes Example

Diagonal

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diagonal

A line segment joining two corners that are not next to each other in any polygon. Example

Depth

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depth

How deep something is. Measurement from the top down, from the front to the back or from the surface inwards. Examples

Degree

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Degree

In geometry, a degree is a unit for mesuring angles. Examples

Divisor

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divident, divisor, quotient

A number which is to be divided into another number. Example