# Teaching Treasures™ Maths True or False Activity

True or False Game

 A pyramid has 4 faces and a base. The numerator is the number on top in a fraction. A nanosecond is one-billionth of a second. 1/20th is the same as 50% Bees use the hexagon shape in their honeycomb. 3.06 < 3.006 Fahrenheit is a name of a  temperature measurement. Human faces are exactly symmetrical. The base of a pyramid has four edges. There are no such things as improper fractions. 3797 + 2753 = 6550 Division is  the opposite of multiplication. A round tin can shape is called a cylinder. Egyptian pyramids are tetrahedrons. Celsius boiling point is 87.5 degrees. A surveyor uses a theodolite to measure angles. The earth is not a sphere. \$3.97 - 0.88 = \$2.99 Square numbers do exist. 46 minutes from 7:16p.m. = 6:30p.m. Maths is an important subject to learn because you use maths calculations every day. Different areas of maths can be explored from our web site. There are pages which will teach addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, early algebra and the list goes on. If you want to learn more about shapes, no problem... you've come to the right place. Enjoy exploring our site and happy learning.... more...