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Number: Properties and calculations
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Calculations with whole numbers
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Written multiplication methods
Multiply using the grid method
Multiply using Napier's Rods
Long multiplication
Simple short division
Rounding and estimation
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Rounding to the nearest whole number
Rounding to decimal places
Factors, multiples and primes
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What is a factor?
What is a multiple?
What is a prime number?
Product of prime factors
Powers (indices)
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Square numbers
Cube numbers
What is a power?
Simple power laws
Number: Fractions, decimals and percentages
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Fractions
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Equivalent fractions
Improper fractions to mixed numbers
Mixed numbers to improper fractions
Finding halves and quarters
Finding fractions of amounts
Comparing fractions
Writing as a fraction
Adding and subtracting simple fractions
Decimals
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Multiplying a decimal by an integer
Multiplying two decimals mentally
Multiplying two decimals (written)
Percentages
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What is a percentage?
Easy percentages
Percentages without a calculator
Percentages with a calculator
Algebra: Basic skills
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Introduction to algebra
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Algebraic notation
Writing expressions using algebra
Order of operations in algebra
Expand, factorise and simplify
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Expanding single brackets
Formulae and substitution
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What is a formula?
Simple substitution
Substituting into formulae
Quadratic expressions
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What does quadratic mean?
Expanding simple quadratics
Factorising simple quadratics
Algebra: Graphs
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Linear (straight line) graphs
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Finding the gradient from two points
Finding the gradient from a graph (linear)
Midpoint of a line segment
Algebra: Equations and inequalities
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Inequalities
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Inequality symbols
Simple inequalities using algebra
Inequalities on a number line
Solving two-step inequalities
Shape: Calculations and measures
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Area of 2D shapes
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Area of a triangle
Area of a parallelogram
Circles
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Parts of a circle
Circumference of a circle
Area of a circle
Pythagoras' theorem
Trigonometry in right angled triangles
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Introduction to trigonometry
Finding a missing angle (SOHCAHTOA)
Shape: Properties and constructions
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Angles
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Naming and classifying angles
Angles in a triangle
Angles in a quadrilateral
3D shapes
Polygons
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What is a polygon?
Naming polygons
Angle sum in a polygon
Regular polygons
Interior angles in regular polygons
Exterior angles
Constructions
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Bisecting an angle
Probability
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Experimental and theoretical
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Relative frequency (experimental probability)
Using probability to estimate outcomes
Mastery Pathway
Elementary 1
Elementary 2
Elementary 3
Elementary 4
Intermediate 1
Intermediate 2
GCSE Exam Preparation
IGCSE Foundation
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Revision guide
GCSE Higher (to 2015)
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November 2012 Paper 1 (Solutions)
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Divisibility tests
You can use divisibility tests to quickly work out if one number is a factor
of another. This is particularly useful to avoid doing messy division for very large numbers.
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