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Year 10 Autumn Test Revision

ModuleTopicMathswatch Clip NoHomework Book Pg
Module 7: AlgebraUnderstand how to write algebra, solve equations13540
Module 7: AlgebraSimplify algebraic expressions involving add, subtract, multiply and divide.33-35, 93
Module 7: AlgebraExpand expressions involving single/double brackets93, 13427
Module 7: AlgebraSubstitute numbers into formulas9524
Module 12: TrigonometryKnow how to find square numbers and square roots and use with Pythagoras' Theorem15078-80
Module 12: TrigonometryUse sin, cos and tan to find a missing side or missing angle16881-85
Module 12: TrigonometryUse and apply the cosine, sine and rule to a variety of problems201-203149-152
Module 13: GeometryRecognise acute, obtuse, reflex and right angles13
Module 13: GeometryBasic angle laws: angles in a triangle/quadrilateral, on a line, around a point, vertically opposite angles45, 12114-15
Module 13: GeometryFind alternate, corresponding and interior angles through the use of parallel lines12015
Module 13: GeometryInterior and exterior angles of polygons12316-17
Module 13: GeometryFind the simple locus of a point165138-140
Module 13: GeometryKnow and be able to use all of the circle theorems18318-24

Exam revision

Foundation / Higher · multiply, divide, add and subtract decimals multiply-two-decimals add-and-subtract-decimals    
Foundation / Higher · long multiplication, short division short-and-long-multiplication short-division    
Foundation / Higher · round decimals and significant figures rounding-decimals significant-figures    
Foundation / Higher · expand single and double brackets single-brackets brackets    
Foundation / Higher · use Pythagoras pythagoras-theorem      
Foundation / Higher · know rules for angles in parallel lines angles-in-parallel-lines      
Foundation / Higher · be able to find the exterior and interior angles of a polygon and be able to reverse those rules to find the number of sides of a polygon from an exterior or interior angle interior-exterior-angles sum-of-angles-in-a-polygon    
Foundation / Higher · do trig calculations without a calculator, this will involve multiplying or dividing involving decimals trig-missing-angles trig-missing-sides    
Foundation / Higher · reason logically to solve a novel problem        
Higher · thoughtfully factorise expressions factorising-linear factorising-quadratics-1    
Higher · solve three-step equations with the unknown on both sides equations-3-both-sides      
Higher · solve equations involving cubics! (HINT: learn the sequence of cubic numbers!)        
Higher · use BIDMAS to do a complex calculation involving a number of steps. If you are secure in your understanding of BIDMAS you will be fine :p order-of-operations      
Higher · find the percentage of an amount percentages-of-amounts-2      
Higher · do a percentage increase or decrease percentage-increase-or-decrease-question percentage-change-1 percentage-change-2  
Higher · do a reverse percentage calculation reverse-percentage-question reverse-percentages    
Higher · apply techniques learnt in expanding brackets to novel problems        
Higher · understand geometric terms and apply them to a problem which requires you to think about the techniques you have learnt for finding missing sides        
Higher · be able to solve Pythagoras or trig problems in 3D shapes pythagoras-3d 3d-trigonometry    
Higher · be very confident in answering circle theorem questions (there is more than one of them in the exam) circle-theorems      
Higher · you need to remember the sine rule, cosine rule and the formula for calculating the area of a triangle from two sides and a known angle (these are no longer given as formulae in GCSE 9-1) sine-rule cosine-rule-sides cosine-rule-angles trig-area-of-a-triangle