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  • Question by Hannah Aldous and 1 other

    Differentiate between linear and quadratic sequences and arithmetic and geometric sequences through a series of multiple choice questions. Spot different patterns in sequences like the triangle sequence, square sequence and cubic sequence and then use this pattern to find the next three terms in each of the sequences.

  • Question by Lauren Richards and 1 other

    This question tests the student's ability to identify equivalent fractions through spotting a fraction which is not equivalent amongst a list of otherwise equivalent fractions. It also tests the students ability to convert mixed numbers into their equivalent improper fractions. It then does the reverse and tests their ability to convert an improper fraction into an equivalent mixed number. 

  • Question by Hannah Aldous

    This question tests the students ability to factorise simple quadratic equations (where the coefficient of the x^2 term is 1) and use the factorised equation to solve the equation when it is equal to 0.

  • Question by Stanislav Duris and 1 other

    Students are asked to estimate values in possible real-life scenarios.

  • Identify independent events
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    Question by Elliott Fletcher and 1 other

    This question assesses the students understanding of what it means for two events to be independent or dependent. Specifically, if two events are independent then the outcomes of one event do not affect the outcomes of the other event.

  • Basic Probability Questions
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    Question by Elliott Fletcher

    Basic probability skills involving coins, dice and other events with equally likely outcomes.