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* [[Trigonometry]] {{-}} A branch of mathematics used in advanced Scratch projects relating angles to values | * [[Trigonometry]] {{-}} A branch of mathematics used in advanced Scratch projects relating angles to values | ||
* [[Operators Blocks]] {{-}} green blocks in the Scratch program with many arithmetic and logical output capabilities | * [[Operators Blocks]] {{-}} green blocks in the Scratch program with many arithmetic and logical output capabilities | ||
* [[List of Mathematical Functions Done in Scratch]] {{-}} This page lists ways in which important mathematical functions and formulas can be expressed using the Scratch [[Operators Blocks]]. | * [[List of Mathematical Functions Done in Scratch]] {{-}} This page lists ways in which important mathematical functions and formulas can be expressed using the Scratch [[Operators Blocks]]. |
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Math could refer to three different topics:
- Trigonometry — A branch of mathematics used in advanced Scratch projects relating angles to values
- Operators Blocks — green blocks in the Scratch program with many arithmetic and logical output capabilities
- List of Mathematical Functions Done in Scratch — This page lists ways in which important mathematical functions and formulas can be expressed using the Scratch Operators Blocks.