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Chapter |
Content Code |
Chapter Summary Contents |

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Expressions |
A1, A2, A3, A4, A4h | • Use algebraic notation and simplify expressions by collecting like terms • Substitute numbers into formulae and expressions • Use the laws of Indices • Multiply a single term over a bracket • Take out common factors in an expression • Simplify algebraic fractions and carry out arithmetic operations with algebraic fractions |

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Angles and Polygons |
G1, G3, G5, G6, G15 | • Use angle facts including at a point, on a line, at an intersection and for parallel lines • Use bearings to specify directions • Identify types of triangle and quadrilateral and use their properties • Identify congruent shapes and use congruence to prove geometric results • Identify similar shapes and use similarity to find lengths and areas • Calculate the properties of polygons including interior and exterior angles for regular polygons |

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Handling Data |
S2, S3h, S4, S4h, S5 | • Construct and interpret two-way tables, bar charts and pie charts • Calculate the mean, median, mode of a data set • Calculate the range and interquartile range of a data set • Use averages and measures of spread to compare data sets • Use frequency tables to represent grouped data • Construct histograms with equal or unequal class widths |

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Fractions, Decimals and Percentages |
N1, N2, N8, N10, N10h, N12 | • Find fractions and percentages of amounts • Add, subtract, multiply and divide with fractions and mixed numbers • Convert between fractions, decimals (including recurring decimals) and percentages • Order fractions, decimals and percentages |

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Formulae & Functions |
A5, A6, A6h, A7, A7h | • Substitute values into formulae and rearrange formulae to change their subject • Write an equation to represent a function and find inputs and outputs. Find the inverse of a function and use composite funcitons • Use the terms expression, equation, formula, identity, inequality term and factor • Construct proofs of simple statements using algebra • Expand brackets to get a quadratic expression and factorise quadratics into brackets |

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Working in 2D |
G7, G7h, G8h, G14, G16 | • Measure line segments and angles accurately • Use scale drawings and bearings • Calculate the areas of triangles, parallelograms, trapezia and composite shapes • Describe and transform shapes using reflections, rotations, translations (described as 2D vectors) and enlargements (inluding fractional and negative scale factors) • Identify what changes and what is invariant under a combination of transformations |

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Probability |
P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P7 | • Use experimental data to estimate probabilities and expected frequencies • Use tables to represent the outcomes of probability experiments • Calculate theoretical probabilities and expected frequencies using the idea of equally likely events • Recognise mutually exclusive events and exhaustive events and know that the probabilities of mutually exclusive exhaustive events sum to 1 • Compare theoretical probabilities with experimental probabilities |

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Measures and Accuracy |
N13, N14, N15, N16, N16h, R11 | • Use approximate values obtained by rounding to estimate calculations • Use an estimate to check an answer obtained using a calculator • Use, and convert between, standard units of length, mass, capacity and other measures including compound measures • Solve problems involving compound measure such as speed and density • Find upper and lower bounds on the value of a quantity that has been rounded • Find upper and lower bounds on expressions that involve quantities that have been rounded |

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Equations and Inequalities |
A17, A18, A18h, A19, A19h, A20h, A21, A22. A22h | • Solve linear equations including when the unknown appears on both sides • Solve quadratic equations using factorisation, completing the square and the quadratic formula • Solve a pair of linear or linear plus quadratic simultaneous equations • Use iterative processes to find approximate solutions to equations • Solve inequalities and display your solution on a number line or a graph |

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Circles & Constructions |
G2, G9, G10h, G17, G18 | • Find the area and circumference of a circle and composite shapes involving circles • Calculate arc lengths, angles and areas of sectors • Prove and apply circle theorems • Use standard ruler and compass constructions to solve problems involving loci |

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Ratio & Proportion |
N11, R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R9 | • Find fractions and percentages of amounts and express one number as a fraction or percentage of another • Divide a quantity in a given ratio and reduce a ratio to its simplest form • Use scale factors, scale diagrams and maps • Solve problems involving percentage change |

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Factors, Powers & Roots |
N4, N6, N6h, N7, N7h, N8h | • Know and use the language of prime numbers, factors and multiples • Write a number as a product of its prime factors • Find the HCF and LCM of a pair of integers • Estimate the square or cube root of an integer • Find square and cube roots of numbers and apply the laws of indices • Simplify expressions involving surds including rationalising fractions |

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