## It’s Very Important To Have Good Number Skills!

In the number section of Ultimate Maths, you can work on improving your number skills. Number skills include normal number
operations such as addition and multiplication but also topics such as fractions, percentage, estimation and ratio.
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Percentage
Percentage is a ratio or
number expressed as “a part
of 100”. The word “percent”
actually means “per 100”.
Percentage is generally
shown using the % sign.
which is a diagonal line with
a circle on each side...

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Multiplication & Division
Mental multiplication is one
of the most important topics
towards the end of primary
school and in the early
stages of secondary school.
A good knowledge of the
times tables can help you
throughout your...

Fractions
Fractions are very commonly
used in mathematics. They
represent a part of any
number that has equal parts
(usually a whole number).
Fractions are made up of
three parts. The numerator
(which is the number on...

Surds
Before we can try to solve
surds, we first need to know
what they are. Surds are
square roots that cannot be
reduced to give us a whole
number. They are irrational
numbers. However, we can
work with them by...