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Find and use the formula for a geometric sequence
Find the common ratio of a given geometric sequence, write down the formula for the nth term and use it to calculate a given term in the sequence.
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Solving linear simultaneous equations by elimination
This question tests the student's ability to solve simple linear equations by elimination. Part a) involves only having to manipulate one equation in order to solve, and part b) involves having to manipulate both equations in order to solve.
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Expand brackets and collect like terms
Eight expressions, of increasing complexity. The student must simplify them by expanding brackets and collecting like terms.
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Percentages and ratios  box of chocolates
A simple situational question about a box of chocolates, asking how many of each type there are, what percentage of the box they represent, the probability of picking one and ratios of different types.
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Last modified 08/09/2017 13:10
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Find the equation of a line through two points  positive gradient
Use two points on a line graph to calculate the gradient and $y$intercept and hence the equation of the straight line running through both points.
The answer box for the third part plots the function which allows the student to check their answer against the graph before submitting.
This particular example has a positive gradient.
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Last modified 22/08/2017 18:31
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Key Stage 4 / GCSE, ALevel, Transition to university, Stage 1

Find the equation of a line through two points  negative gradient
Use two points on a line graph to calculate the gradient and $y$intercept and hence the equation of the straight line running through both points.
The answer box for the third part plots the function which allows the student to check their answer against the graph before submitting.
This particular example has a negative gradient.
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Last modified 22/08/2017 18:30
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Drag points to given Cartesian coordinates
Drag points on a graph to the given Cartesian coordinates. There are points in each of the four quadrants and on each axis.
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Last modified 22/08/2017 18:29
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Find the equation of a line through two points  zero gradient
Use two points on a line graph to calculate the gradient and $y$intercept and hence the equation of the straight line running through both points.
The answer box for the third part plots the function, which allows the student to check their answer against the graph before submitting.
This particular example has a 0 gradient.
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Cumulative percent decrease
Given the original price of a smartphone and the rate at which it decreases, calculate its price after a given number of months. In the second part, calculate the time remaining until the price goes below a certain point.
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Last modified 22/08/2017 13:23
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Key Stage 4 / GCSE, Transition to university