# Maths Education

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Circle and circumference are two geometrical terms that often get confused and create doubts when you have to use them. Although you might think they are synonyms, they are not. Don't worry: here at oneHOWTO, we'll show you what is the difference between circle and circumference.

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The height of a triangle can be found in different ways, depending on the type of triangle and the information that is measured. Rectangular triangles, which include an angle of 90 degrees, are easiest to measure using the Pythagorean theorem (if the lengths of both sides are known) or the area formula...

Doing decimal divisions without a calculator may seem difficult, but there is an easy method which we are going to show you. The trick is simply to remove the decimal point in the division and then replace the decimal point when you get to the answer.
Although it may seem very complicated at first glance,...

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An improper fraction has a top number (or numerator) which is larger than the bottom number (or denominator). Fractions typically represent parts of a whole, but improper fractions represent an amount greater than the whole. This can be misleading and needs further explanation. In this OneHowTo article...

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A cube is a congruent solid with six square faces, all with equal length dimensions. The volume of a cube is measured in cubic units. Think of the dice, or any other similar object, of any size. The volume refers to the amount of space occupied and if you know the dimensions of one side of the cube,...

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An oval is a geometric shape that looks like an elongated circle. Another name for an oval is an 'ellipse'. You might be asked to recognize an oval shape in primary school, secondary school and at university. The area of an oval is the amount of space contained within it. You can calculate the area...

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Many scientific disciplines incorporate the concepts of wave frequencies and periods. Physicists, engineers and astronomers, study and work with the energy of the waves. Examples of wave energy are light waves of a distant galaxy, radio waves received by a cell phone and the sound waves of an orchestra....

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The capacity to calculate and convert time units, is a useful and practical skill. For example, you can calculate your monthly income, if you know your daily wage, or you can measure productivity by calculating how many times a day or a month a task is performed. You can also convert a large number of...

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If you want to know measurements of an object in cubic meters, it's possible you may want to know how much space is needed to store such object. For example, if you want to know how tall is a container, how tall the height of a building is or even the height of a truck. Cubic meters are volume measurements...