More Lessons for GCSE Maths
A collection of videos, games, activities and worksheets that are suitable for GCSE Maths.
How to prove stuff algebraically - GCSE proof
Proof that the sum of the squares of 2 consecutive integers is 1 more that twice the product of the integers.
Prove algebraically that the difference between the squares of any two consecutive integers is equal to the sum of these two integers.
A star GCSE revision proof
This question involves proving, algebraically, that the sum of the squares of two consecutive integers is an odd number
Prove algebraically that the sum of three consecutive integers is always a multiple of 3.
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