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## WHOLE NUMBERS | Study

Pre-Requisires Test & Enrich Whole Numbers | Speed Notes Notes For Quick Recap The numbers 1,2, 3, ……which we usefor counting areknown as natural numbers. If you add1 to a natural number, we get itssuccessor. If yousubtract 1 froma natural number, you get itspredecessor. Every natural number has a successor. Every natural number except 1…

## KNOWING OUR NUMBERS | Study

Pre-Requisires Test & Enrich Whole Numbers | Speed Notes Notes For Quick Recap Whole Numbers The numbers 1,2, 3, ……which we usefor counting areknown as natural numbers. If you add1 to a natural number, we get itssuccessor. If yousubtract 1 froma natural number, you get itspredecessor. (Scroll down to continue …) Study Tools Audio, Visual…

## BASIC GEOMETRICAL IDEAS | Study

Pre-Requisires Test & Enrich Study Tools Audio, Visual & Digital Content Basic Geometrical Ideas | Speed Notes Notes For Quick Recap Geometry Geometry is a branch of mathematics concerned with properties of space such as the distance, shape, size, and relative position of figures. A mathematician who works in the field of geometry is called…

## UNDERSTANDING ELEMENTARY SHAPES | Study

Pre-Requisires Test & Enrich Understanding Elementary Shapes |Speed Notes Notes For Quick Recap The distance betweenthe end pointsof a line segment is its length. A graduatedruler and the divider are useful to compare lengthsof line segments. When a hand of a clock moves from one position to another position we have an examplefor an angle.…

## INTEGERS | Study

Pre-Requisires Test & Enrich Integers | Speed Notes Notes For Quick Recap We haveseen that there are times whenwe need touse numbers witha negative sign. This is when we want to go below zero on the number line. These are called negative numbers. Some examples of their use can be in temperature scale, water level…

## FRACTIONS | Study

Pre-Requisires Test & Enrich Fractions | Speed Notes Notes For Quick Recap What havewe discussed? A fraction is a number representing a partof a whole. The whole maybe a single object or agroup of objects. (Scroll down to continue …) Study Tools Audio, Visual & Digital Content Whenexpressing a situation of counting partsto write a…

## DECIMALS | Study

Pre-Requisires Test & Enrich Decimals | Speed Notes Notes For Quick Recap To understand the parts of one whole (i.e. a unit) we represent by a block divided into 10 eaual parts means (1/10) th of a unit. (Scroll down to continue …) Study Tools Audio, Visual & Digital Content Addition of Decimals: Decimalscan be…

## DATA HANDLING | Study

Pre-Requisires Test & Enrich Data Handling | Speed Notes Notes For Quick Recap Data: A collection of numbers gathered to give someinformation. Recording Data:Data can becollected from different sources. Pictograph: The representation of data through pictures of objects. It helps answer the questions onthe data ata glance. (Scroll down to continue …) Study Tools Audio,…

## MENSURATION | Study

Pre-Requisires Test & Enrich Mensuration | Speed Notes Notes For Quick Recap Perimeter is the length of the boundary of the geometric shape. In other words the distance covered along theboundary forming aclosed figure whenyou go round the figure once. (a) Perimeter of arectangle = 2 × (length + breadth) (b) Perimeter of a square…

## ALGEBRA | Study

Pre-Requisires Test & Enrich Algebra | Speed Notes Notes For Quick Recap Algebra: A generalization of arithmetic in which letters representing numbers are combined according to the rules of arithmetic. We looked at patterns of making letters and other shapes using matchsticks. We learnt how to write the general relation between the number of matchsticks…

## RATIO AND PROPORTION | Study

Pre-Requisires Test & Enrich Ratio and Proportion Comparison By Taking Difference | Speed Notes Notes For Quick Recap CHAPTER 12 Ratio and Proportion Comparison by taking difference: For comparing quantities of thesame type, wecommonly use themethod of taking difference between thequantities. Some times thecomparison by difference does not makebetter sense thanthe comparison by division. (Scroll…

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