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mathematicsfpl mathématiques
addadditionner
additionf addition
algebraf algèbra
cubem cube
cube rootf racine cubique
decimalf décimale
decimal pointf virgule décimale
dividediviser
divisionf division
equationf équation
exponentialexponentiel
fractionf fraction
integerm nombre entier
linear equationf équation linéaire
logarithmiclogarithmique
multiplicationf multiplication
multiplymultiplier
numberm nombre
parabolaf parabole
percentm pourcent
percentagem pourcentage
polynomialm polynôme
reciprocalm nombre inverse
squarem carré
square rootf racine carrée
subtractsoustraire
subtractionf soustraction
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Tip:-
To say yes in french you use either oui or si.

Oui is used to answer an affirmative question.

Si is used to answer a negative question.
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