number work

number work

n
(Education) simple arithmetic and similar mathematical procedures as used and studied at primary level. Also called (esp formerly): sums
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The biggest number work in arts and entertainment (almost 14%), accommodation and food (12.
They have been doing number work, looking at shapes - anything you can think of that is maths related, we have done.
The focus is on the main problems and basic number work with numbers under ten, basic calculations with numbers above ten, the concept of place value, and multiplication and division.
Throughout the project the children solved a series of maths investigations, based on climate change, mass, measure, shapes and number work.
This is especially the case since a majority of TEI members represent CEP taxpayers and an even larger number work for publicly traded companies (which, of course, must file with the SEC).
Dinkins is going to need some fancy number work to keep his promise of a freeze on the average tax rate for the next four years.
A growing number work from 5pm to 9am, including those on shifts or flexi-time.
Although 6,100 people are employed at MG Rover's Longbridge plant, in Birmingham, almost three times that number work for firms across the region which depend on the car maker for orders.
3M has about 3,400 employees who live in the area, and about the same number work in 3M's East Side facilities.
PERTHCELYN Primary School is using Spotlight on Numeracy to ensure that all children understand the basics in number work from an early age.
The quality mark is about basic skills - reading, writing, spelling and number work - the kind of skills all children need.
number Work history including skills and experience Educational background including any qualifications you have gained or studying towards Interests and hobbies Referees - previous employers, managers or course tutors.