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Mathematical symbols |
Les symboles en mathématiques

plus
plus


/lookandlisten/mathematics/number_sense_numeration/symbols/audio/plus.mp3

moins
minus


/lookandlisten/mathematics/number_sense_numeration/symbols/audio/moins.mp3

fois
times


/lookandlisten/mathematics/number_sense_numeration/symbols/audio/fois.mp3

divisé par
divided by


/lookandlisten/mathematics/number_sense_numeration/symbols/audio/divise-par.mp3

égal
equals


/lookandlisten/mathematics/number_sense_numeration/symbols/audio/egal.mp3

un signe de pourcent
a percent sign


/lookandlisten/mathematics/number_sense_numeration/symbols/audio/un-sign-de-pour-cent.mp3

un dièse / un carré
a number sign


/lookandlisten/mathematics/number_sense_numeration/symbols/audio/un-diese-un-carre.mp3

un signe du dollar / un dollar
a dollar sign


/lookandlisten/mathematics/number_sense_numeration/symbols/audio/un-signe-du-dollar.mp3

un signe de cent
a cent sign


/lookandlisten/mathematics/number_sense_numeration/symbols/audio/un-signe-de-cent.mp3

plus grand que (supérieur à)
greater than


/lookandlisten/mathematics/number_sense_numeration/symbols/audio/plus-grand-que.mp3

plus petit que (inférieur à)
less than


/lookandlisten/mathematics/number_sense_numeration/symbols/audio/plus-petit-que-inferior-a.mp3

les parenthèses
brackets


/lookandlisten/mathematics/number_sense_numeration/symbols/audio/les-parentheses.mp3




Please note these differences between French and English:


The Period | Le point ( . )
The Comma | La virgule ( , )


In French, a comma is used to indicate a decimal rather than a period as in English.
In French, a space is used to separate every three digits rather than a comma as in English.

 English
 French
2.5 (two and five tenths)2,5 (deux virgule cinq)
$2.50 (two dollars and fifty cents)2,50 $ (deux dollars cinquante cents)
$3,435.25 (three thousand four hundred and thirty-five dollars and twenty-five cents)
3 435,25 $ (trois milles quatre cent trente-cinq dollars et vingt-cinq cents)
 9.50 m (nine and one half metres)
9,50 m (neuf virgule cinq mètres)