Maths Crossword

Maths Crossword 1

12       
           
   
   
   
   
  3     
         
  4           
               
   
   
  5 
     
  6     
         
   
   
  7      8
           
     
     
9          10
             
  11         
             
   
   
 
 

Across

  1. This type of number is the most important to factor.
  2. Twelve inches.
  3. Letters representing numbers.
  4. Three squared.
  5. Nothing with a belt.
  6. An angle less than right.
  7. A regular polygon with interior and exterior angles equal.

Down

  1. An all round perimeter.
  2. An American government polygon.
  3. Powerful numbers found in fishy places.
  4. This sum is mixed up alott.
  5. A selfish average.

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  • 7cd(m2) The Best Maths Class Ever!, King Alfred's Oxfordshire
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  • We felt that the starter was fun. We found that it was easier doing the across than down. We had difficulty finding down 5 but then we got the answer no thanks to sir.
  • S M Hatton Jones, Bishop Heber High School Cheshire
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  • Year 7 have been designing their own crosswords with mathematical words!
  • 8yMa2, Woodchurch High School
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  • We thought this was a good starter. We found 7-across tricky and were not impressed with the answer! Thankyou for this puzzle.
  • Year 8, Aysgarth
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  • We thought this was a good started but we found 6 across hard. Freddie had to work it out on the calculator.
  • Year 6/7, Barmera Primary School
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  • Great starter of the day our class enjoyed it. Could we please have some more crosswords <3.
  • Dev,
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  • It was in our holiday homework which was so difficult. But I found it on the Internet .
  • Jasmine,
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  • It's awesome. I just loved it!!!

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Answers

12       
C P R I M E
   
I E
   
R N
  3     
C F O O T
  4           
U A L G E B R A
   
M G
  5 
F I O
  6     
E N I N E
   
R D
  7      8
E E I G H T
     
N C O
9          10
A C U T E T M
  11         
E S Q U A R E
   
L A
 
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