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    zero. So that is an expanded notation.( Laughter)

Ok, product?

Product is when you multiply something by something. In maths that is a product. When you multiply a number by a number you get a product. Ratio?

When you divide stuff. Ratio. Maths. Yes. The dividend, you know that word it is when you divide a number by a number you get a ratio. All right, and then graph?

Yes, Graphs. Aaa, eish. Graph in Maths is when you interpret the numbers. If you want to see how many of this and that on a graph you can, you know, sort of draw a picture and say in relation to this, this is .. Ok. You wrote a nice sentence here at he bottom. Do you mind ready it for me? I say math is used because figures and symbols are used to calculate what is mentioned above. Now, do you think integration is taking place on a daily basis at your school? No, I do not think so.

Why?

Much as I do Maths and EMS. Sometimes stuff that I do in EMS at a particular point is not related to stuff that I do in maths at a particular time. It looks like loose, loose things and it is very

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