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Full version has 730 questions across 73 subtopics.
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730 questions and 73 revision notes in all just for Algebra!. High quality content written by an experienced mathematician.
• REVISE BY TOPIC
Expressions, equations, inequalities, advanced expression equations, patterns and sequences, graphs.
• MOCK TEST
Mixed questions from all topics.
• REVIEW with EXPLANATION
Review each question at the end of the test. Know the right answer with detailed explanation for each question.
• PROGRESS METER
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More details on topics:
1. Expressions, equations etc:
The language of algebra
Simplifying expressions (1)
Simplifying expressions (2)
Solving equations with brackets
Equations with the variable on both sides (1)
Formulae, expressions and equations
Expansion, simplification and factorization (1)
Rearranging formulas (1)
Solving linear equations
Equations with the variable on both sides (2)
Setting up equations
Trial and Improvement
Expansion, simplification and factorisation (2)
Rearranging formulas (2)
Difference of two squares
Solving quadratic equations by factorisation (1)
Factorising a quadratic with a unit coefficient of x²
Solving quadratics of the form ax² + bx + c = 0
Solving quadratic equations by factorisation (2)
Solving the general quadratic by the quadratic formula
Using the quadratic formula without a calculator
Solving problems with quadratic equations
Solving a quadratic equation by completing the square
Quadratic equations with no solution
2. Inequalities (F & H)
Inequalities on number lines
More than one inequality
3. Patterns and sequences (F)
Patterns in number
The nth term of a sequence
Finding the nth term
Finding the nth term from given patterns
4. Advanced expressions equations (H)
Uses of graphs-solving linear simultaneous equations
Setting up simultaneous equations
Solving equations with algebraic fractions
Linear and non-linear simultaneous equations
5. Graphs (F)
Drawing graphs from tables
Line lengths and mid-points
Cover-up method for drawing graphs
Drawing quadratic graphs
Reading Values from quadratic graphs
Using graphs to solve quadratic equations
6. Graphs (H)
Parallel and perpendicular lines
Drawing a line with a given gradient
Finding the equation of a line from its graph
Uses of graphs- finding formulae or rules
Significant points of a quadratic graph
Graphs of loci and trig functions
Solving equations by the method of intersection
Sine and cosine graphs
Transformations of the graph y = f(x)
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