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Maths Calc FTO

How to guide to maths

Area Multiply the length by the width
Volume Multiply length by width by height
Perimeter Add all the sides together
Mode Find the most common number
Mean or Average Add all the numbers together and divide by how many numbers you had.
Median Line the numbers up in order and find the middle number.
Range Take the lowest number from the highest
Diameter Measure from one side of the circle to the other
Radius Measure from the middle of the circle to the side
Area of a circle Find the radius: multiply it by itself then multiply your answer by pi (3.14)
Circumference Find the Diameter and multiply by pi (3.14)
Finding a percentage of an amount Divide the number by 100 to find 1% and then multiply this by the percentage given
Identifying the percentage ie 20 out of 25 as a percent. Write this as a fraction 20/25. Divide the first number by the second and multiply by 100
Created by: DawnBunnFTO