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GCSE Maths Revision


These lessons and videos are to be used for revision for the higher Maths GCSE. They contain common exam style topics and questions. The examples are quick and concise, go to GCSE Maths if you need more in-depth explanations.

How to combine like terms and simplify algebraic expressions?
How to expand single bracket?
How to expand and simplify two single brackets?
How to expand double brackets?
How to factorise expressions?
How to factorise quadratic expressions?
How and when to use the Phythagoras Theorem?
How to find the area of triangle using 1/2ab sinC?
How to answer simple Probability questions?
Calculator skills needed for GCSE
How to calculate the volume of a prism?
How to use the trial and improvement method?
How to use the Two-Way Tables?
How to find the product of prime factors?
How to draw and use stem and leaf diagrams?
How to draw and use scatter diagrams?
How to answer questions involving surveys?
How to answer questions involving sequences?
How to answer questions involving straight line graphs?
How to simplify expressions with index notations?
How to perform calculations with standard form?
How to solve linear equations?
How to draw and solve inequalities?
How to draw and use cumulative frequency diagrams?
How to draw and use box plots?
How to answer recipe and proportion questions?
How to answer questions about curves?
How to find averages and draw the frequency polygon?
How to answer questions involving similar shapes?
How to answer questions involving stratified sampling?
How to answer probability tree diagram questions?

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You can use the free Mathway calculator and problem solver below to practice Algebra or other math topics. Try the given examples, or type in your own problem and check your answer with the step-by-step explanations.

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