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Senior Maths Mini Office 1

Index

1. Multiplication table
Number chart
3. Roman Numerals & Angles
4. Circles
5. 2D Shapes with their circumference and area formula
6. 3D Shapes with their circumference and area and volume formula
7. Triangles
8. Maths symbols & Compass directions and bearings
9. Conversions of time, distance, volumes, mass
10. Order of operations
11. Fractions to decimals & percentages, Recurring decimals to fractions
12. Different types of fractions
13. Base numbers squares & cubes
14. Number systems

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° °

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π

π = ± 22/7
π = 3.14159

°
°
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 °


 °

 ½
 °
 ½

π π ²
²

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← 
³

²



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½
½



π ² π ² π




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 ⅓

 



 π π


← ⅓ π


π π


π

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°
°
°
°

< °

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> °



°
° √ ² ²
 √

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≠ °

≈ ≈
° °
→ 
// 

≥ ≤
┐ ° √ ° °
∞ π
 °
² Ξ
ℓ ℓ ℓ ° °
²
°

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Conversions
° 10 mm 1 cm
100 cm 1 m
° ℓ ℓ 1000 m 1 km
1000 ml 1 litre
1000 g 1 kg
1 year 12 months
÷ 1 week 7 days
1 day 24
hours
1 hour 60 mins
1 min 60 secs

Order of Operations BODMAS (Beware Of Dad’s Mad Aunt Selma)


1. B = Brackets ( ) work out anything in a bracket first
2. O = Of X Change ‘of’ to ‘X’ and work first
3. D = Divide ÷ or / (from left to right)
4. M = Multiplication X (from left to right)
5. A = Addition + (from left to right)
6. S = Subtraction - (from left to right)

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Fraction Decimal Percentage Repeating Equivalent


½ 0.5 50% Decimal Fraction
1/3 0.333... 33.333...% 0.3333... 1/3
2/3 0.666... 66.666...%
¼ 0.25 25% 0.6666... 2/3
¾ 0.75 75% 0.1666... 1/6
1/5 0.2 20% 0.8333... 5/6
2/5 0.4 40%
0.1111... 1/9
3/5 0.6 60%
4/5 0.8 80% 0.2222... 2/9
1/6 0.1666... 16.666...% 0.4444... 4/9
5/6 0.8333... 83.333...% 0.5555... 5/9
1/8 0.125 12.50%
0.7777... 7/9
3/8 0.375 60%
5/8 0.625 62.50% 0.8888... 8/9
7/8 0.875 87.50% 0.0909... 1/11
8/9 0.888... 88.888% 0.1818... 2/11
1/10 0.1 10%
1/12 0.08333... 8.333...% 0.08333... 1/12
1/16 0.0625 6.25% 0.41666... 5/12
1/32 0.03125 3.13%

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˙
½

<
<

⅝ ÷

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base number 2nd power 3rd power 4th power 5th power
1 1 1 1 1
2 4 8 16 32
3 9 27 81 243
Powers and Exponents
4 16 64 256 1,024
5 25 125 625 3,125 A power is the product of multiplying a number by
6 36 216 1,296 7,776 itself.
Usually, a power is represented with a base
7 49 343 2,401 16,807
number and an exponent. The base
8 64 512 4,096 32,768 number tells what number is being
9 81 729 6,561 59,049 multiplied. The exponent, a small number written
above and to the right of the base number,
10 100 1,000 10,000 100,000
tells how many times the base number is being
11 121 1,331 14,641 161,051 multiplied.
12 144 1,728 20,736 248,832 Example, “6 to the 5th power” =65 = 6 x 6 x 6 x 6 x 6
= 7,776 or 65 = 7,776

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Natural & Counting Numbers

Natural numbers are a subset of Integers

Integers are a subset of Rational Numbers

Rational Numbers are a subset of the Real Numbers

Combinations of Real and Imaginary numbers make up the


Complex Numbers.

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