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Enlargements 1a (basics, includes ratio of areas)

Enlargements 1b (positive and negative enlargements, ratio of areas)

Enlargements 1c (finding the centre of enlargement and scale factor, ratio of areas)

 

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New Video Tutorials:
Problem Solving Made Easy!
'Thinking out of the box'

Olympiad Type Questions (non-calculator)
Problem 1
(Find the value of 1-2+3-4+...+99-100)

Problem 2
(Fractions: addition and subtraction)

Problem 3
(Fractions: mixed numbers and reciprocals)

Problem 4
(Fractions: subtraction and multiplication)


Problem 5
(Fourth root, indices and factorisation)


Problem 6
(Angles in a triangle)


Problem 7
(Indices/Exponents)

Problem 8
(How many different size squares)


Problem 9
(Find the value of the sum 1+2+3+...+98+99+100)

 

Problem 10
(Involves adding simultaneous equations)



Geometry:
Proofs:
1. Angle in a semicircle is a right angle
2. Exterior angle of a triangle
3. Angles in a triangle add up to 180°
4. Opposite angles in a cyclic quadrilateral add up to 180°
5. The angle at the centre of a circle is twice the angle at the circumference

CIRCLE THEOREMS
GCSE/IGCSE (KS4) (May be accessible for top
end of KS3/Year 9)

Examination Style Questions:
Question 1
Question 2
Question 3
Question 4
Question 5
Question 6

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INDICES/EXPONENTS/POWERS

Introduction to Exponents/Indices/Powers
(GCSE/KS3/KS4/C1 (CoreUnit), IGCSE)

Questions on Indices/Exponents. Part 1.
(C1, GCSE, IGCSE, KS4, KS3)

Questions on Exponents. Part 2.
(C1 (Core Unit) GCSE, IGCSE, KS4,KS3
)

Rules (Laws) of Multiplication Part 1
(C1 (Core Unit) GCSE, IGCSE, KS4,KS3)

Questions on the Rules of Multiplication of Exponents/Indices. Part 1.
(C1, GCSE, IGCSE, KS4, KS3)

Rule 2 of Multiplication of Exponents/Indices/Powers.
(C1, GCSE, IGCSE, KS4, KS3, Grades 5-8)

Exponents: Questions on Rule 2 on Multiplication.
(C1, GCSE, IGCSE, KS4, KS3, Grades 5-8)

Exponents: Rule of Division Part 1
(C1, GCSE, IGCSE, KS4, Grades 5-8)

Exponents: Questions on the Rule of Division. Part 2
(C1, GCSE, IGCSE, KS4, Grades 5-8)

Zero Exponent. (C1, KS4, (KS3), GCSE, IGCSE, Grades 5-8)

Negative Exponents/Powers. Part 1
(C1, KS4, (KS3), GCSE, IGCSE, Grades 6-9)

Questions on Negative Exponents/Indices/Powers. Part 2
(C1, KS4, (KS3), GCSE, IGCSE, Grades 6-9)

Exponents: Fractions Raised to a Negative Power. Part 1
(C1, KS4, GCSE, IGCSE, Grades 7-9)

Exponents: Questions on Fractions Raised to a Negative Power. Part 2.
(C1, KS4, GCSE, IGCSE, Grades 7-9)

Fractional (Rational) Powers/Exponents.  Part 1
(C1, GCSE, KS4, IGCSE, Grades 7-9)

Fractional (Rational) Powers/Exponents.  Part 2
(C1, GCSE, KS4, IGCSE, Grades 7-9)

Exponents. Questions on Fractional (Rational)Powers.
(C1, GCSE, KS4, IGCSE, Grades 7-9)

Mathematics Olympiad Type Questions involving the use of the Rules of Indices.
(C1, GCSE, KS4, IGCSE, Grades 7-9)

Simplifying Negative Powers.
(C1, GCSE, KS4, IGCSE, Grades 8 and 9)

Expressing in the form axⁿ.
(C1, GCSE, KS4, IGCSE, Grades 8, 9)

Solving equations in which the power is to be found.
(C1, GCSE, KS4, IGCSE, Grades 8 and 9, Homeschooler)

Solving equations with fractional powers
(C1, C2, C3, C4, GCSE, IGCSE, Homeschooler)

Questions on solving equations with fractional powers
(C1-C4, GCSE, IGCSE and Homeschooler)

 

 

 

3D Coordinates

Introduction Part 1
GCSE (KS4) IGCSE

Part 2.
GCSE (KS4) IGCSE.
(Looking at a cube in 3D and identifying the coordinates of various points).

Part 3.
GCSE (KS4), IGCSE. Identifying the coordinates of points in 3D
by looking at a cuboid .

Part 4.
GCSE (KS4), IGCSE. Identifying the coordinates of points in 3D
by looking at a prism.

3D Coordinates Using Animation3D Coordinates Using Animati

Part 4b.
GCSE (KS4). Identifying coordinates using animation.

Part 5.
Negative Coordinates using animation.GCSE (KS4), IGCSE.
(May be accessible to the top end of KS3)

 

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CHECK OUT THESE NEW AUTOGRAPH ACTIVITIES (you do not need Autograph. Just download Autograph Player. (Activities 7 onwards work with a Mac)

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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