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P6: Mathematics
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P6: Mathematics TG
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Unit1:Reading, Writing and Comparing Whole Numbers Beyond 1,000,000
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Unit 2:Multiplication and Division of Integers
Unit3:Powers and Indices, LCM and GCF
Unit4:Operations on Fractions
unit 5: Rounding and Converting Decimals, Fractions/Numbers
unit 6: Ratios, Proportions, Percentages and Mixtures
Unit7:Relationship between Volume, Capacity and Mass
Unit 8:Speed, Distance and Time
Unit 9: Simple Interest and Problems Involving Saving
Unit 10: Equivalent Expressions and Number Sequences
Unit 11: Solving Simple Algebraic Equations and Inequalities
Unit 12: Regular Polygons and Bearings
unit 13:Construction of Polygons and Nets for Cuboids and Prisms
unit14: 261 Area bounded by a circle, surface area of cuboid and volume of a cylinder
unit15: Statistics
Unit16:Probability
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P6: Mathematics
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P6 MATH TG ( Adapted )
Unit1:Reading, Writing and Comparing Whole Numbers Beyond 1,000,000
MATH P6
1) What is the place value of 5 in the number 4,565,270?
2) Write the numbers from the greatest to the smallest 1,673,421; 1,065,345; 1,671,241; 1,065,234
3) Workout 602,444 + 2,622,433 + 5,789,987 =
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Multiplying integers without using a number line
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