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• Exam (3 questions)

Apply formulas to calculate the areas of various shapes.

• Exam (2 questions)

Questions on adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing numbers in standard form.

• Weight and Mass
Exam (4 questions)

Work with measurements of weight, mass and density.

• Volume
Exam (3 questions)

Questions involving the calculation of the volumes of shapes.

• Logarithms
Exam (4 questions)

Questions on manipulating logarithms.

• Units of measurement
Exam (12 questions)

A collection of questions on working with units of measurement, mainly in the SI/metric system.

Several 'real-world' examples.

• Surds
Exam (3 questions)

Some questions on working with surds.

• Speed
Exam (5 questions)

Calculations and graphs involving measurements of speed.

• Exam (7 questions)

Several questions on rounding number and using approximations to estimate. Several real-world examples.

• Exam (6 questions)

Questions involving various techniques for rearranging and solving quadratic expressions and equations

• Probability
Exam (15 questions)

Calculations involving elementary probability, and several questions designed to draw out misconceptions to do with probability.

• Presenting data
Exam (4 questions)

Questions on presenting data in charts or tables.

• Powers and indices
Exam (7 questions)

Questions on powers, the laws of indices, and exponential growth.

• Plane transformations
Exam (3 questions)

Identify the plane transformation performed to create a given diagram.

• Money
Exam (8 questions)

Questions to do with money.

• Exam (6 questions)

Some questions to do with measures of distance and length.

• Geometric sequences
Exam (2 questions)

Questions on geometric sequences.

• Fractions
Exam (6 questions)

Arithmetic operations involving fractions; converting between decimals and fractions; deciding if fractions are equivalent.

• Exam (3 questions)

Questions asking you to find the equation of a line between two points, in Cartesian coordinates.

• Data collection
Exam (3 questions)

Questions on the subtleties and pitfalls of methods of data collection.

• Exam (4 questions)

Find the lowest common multiple and highest common factors of given numbers. Also a question on identifying prime numbers.

• Consumer mathematics
Exam (4 questions)

Some questions of relevance to consumers.

• Arithmetic sequences
Exam (7 questions)

Questions on arithmetic, or linear, sequences.

• Exam (6 questions)

Calculate and work with measures of central tendency such as mean, median and mode, and measures of spread such as range and standard deviation.

• Exam (5 questions)

Apply the factor and remainder theorems to manipulate polynomial expressions

• Algebraic manipulation