In your gridbooks, write a maths vocabulary list titled, The Cartesian Plane. When you have finished, you can define your words. Eg,
A coordinate plane is an important tool for working with these equations. It is formed by a horizontal number line, called the x-axis, and a vertical number line, called the y-axis. The two axes intersect at a point called the origin.
Consider this…the ORIGIN can be thought of as the centre of the soccer field where the ball is placed at the start of the game.
By knowing 10% of an amount or quantity, you can use this information to efficiently solve other % OF problems. If you were asked to find 20% OF and amount, well you would just double (multiply by 2) the 10% OF amount!
In Maths we have been exploring the Order of Operations. The four processes must be completed within an equation following the BODMAS rule to gain the correct result. The use of brackets comes first, and then BODMAS applies within that!
You are to rewrite the sum underneath as you solve each step.