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Category Archives: Unit 2 Number and Algebra
Further Algebra
This another section where all the questions are in the B to A* range. I think that algebra’s reputation as being very difficult is exaggerated. Like all maths topics if you really get to grips with the basics, you’ll be … Continue reading
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20. Quadratic Equations
The whole of this topic is in the range grade B to grade A*. I suspect that the mere mention of “quadratic equations” is enough to put off many people. There is no doubt that some of the equations look … Continue reading
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Linear Graphs
You could be intimidated by graphs but I don’t think there’s any need. You just need to learn a few definitions and practice a few techniques to pick up some relatively easy marks. Line Segments and Midpoints A graph paints a … Continue reading
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Percentages
This section builds on Unit 1 Statistics and Number, Section 2 Fractions, Decimals and Percentages. It’s my kind of maths, mainly because it’s not really mathematics it’s just arithmetic. I think if you learn one or two definitions and do … Continue reading
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Sequences and Proof
When I started looking at “Sequences and Proof”, I fell into the trap of looking at some of the most difficult questions (A and A*) first. What a surprise to find that I couldn’t do them! I now think it’s … Continue reading
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Indices and Standard Form
Overview This covers; Laws of Indices, Fractional and Negative Powers, Standard Form (building on knowledge gained in Complex Calculations and Accuracy) and Surds. Some of this is quite complicated (some Grade A and A* questions). I think the trick is … Continue reading
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Formulae
Overview This builds on the Basic Algebra section. It covers; how to write your own algebraic formulae, how to evaluate expressions and formula by substituting values for variables and how to change the subject of a formula. Formulae Questions 1. … Continue reading
Equations and Inequalities
Overview This section builds on your Basic Algebra knowledge so that you can solve equations and inequalities. If you learn a few rules and practice a few questions its not too difficult. Some of the most demanding questions involving simultaneous … Continue reading