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Math StudyStack

A full stack of everything I've learnt in 6th grade

Do rational numbers include whole numbers, integers, and decimals? Yes.
What are whole numbers? Numbers we count with.
What are integers? All whole numbers and their opposites, including 0.
What are complementary angles? Two angles that add up to 90 degrees.
What are supplementary angles? Two angles that add up to 180 degrees.
What does it mean when the ring on the arrow of a number line is colored in? It means 'less than or equal to' or 'more than or equal to.
What does it mean when the ring on the arrow of a number line is not colored in? It means less than or greater than.
What does it mean when the arrow points this way like that?: 2<3 It means that is the direction the arrow on the number line will go.
What is a linear relationship? When all of the plots are in a straight line.
What is a fish-head? It is a fish's head.
Just checking to see if you were awake. OK.
What is a multiplicative relationship? It has its graph going through the origin.
How do you find mean? By adding all of the numbers up and dividing by the number of numbers.
What is relative frequency? The item of data shown in comparison by percentage.
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