The missing square puzzle is an optical illusion used to help students reason about geometrical figures.
If six girls can plant 90 trees in a day. How many trees can ten girls plant in a day? The unitary method.
Real life problems adapted from an old Mathematics textbook which can be solved using algebra.
A self-marking exercise in solving direct and inverse variation problems.
An interactive activity challenging you to reproduce a pattern of coloured squares according to given clues.
A self marking exercise on using ratio notation, reducing a ratio to its simplest form and dividing a given quantity into a number of parts in proportion to a given ratio.
Arrange the ratio clues in the clouds in a logical order to work out the values of the twelve letters.
Measure line segments and angles in geometric figures, including interpreting scale drawings.
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