## Simultaneous Equations - Tutorial + Past Paper Qs

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Mainly for students who sat Foundation Tier and now trying Higher tier. The first video is a tutorial on Simultaneous Equations. Students should watch, do the examples and make a revision card that summarises the video. Then students should move to the second video and attempt each past paper question on Simultaneous Equations. Pause the video, have a go, play and self-mark and correct.

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Mainly for students who sat Foundation Tier and now trying Higher tier. The first video is a tutorial on Simultaneous Equations (solve by elimination only). Students should watch, do the examples and make a revision card that summarises the video. Then students should move to the second video and attempt each past paper question on Simultaneous Equations. Pause the video, have a go, play and self-mark and correct.

#### Circle Theorems - Tutorial + Past Paper Qs

Mainly for students who sat Foundation Tier and now trying Higher tier. The first video is a tutorial on Circle Theorems. Students should watch, do the examples and make a revision card that summarises the video. Then students should move to the second video and attempt each past paper question on Circle Theorems. Pause the video, have a go, play and self-mark and correct.

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#### Sine and Cosine Rule - Tutorial + past paper Qs

Mainly for students who sat Foundation Tier and now trying Higher tier. The first video is a tutorial on Sine and Cosine Rule. Students should watch, do the examples and make a revision card that summarises the video. Then students should move to the second video and attempt each past paper question on Sine and Cosine Rule. Pause the video, have a go, play and self-mark and correct.

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#### Bearings - Tutorial + Past Paper exam Qs

Mainly for students who sat Foundation Tier and now trying Higher tier. The first video is a tutorial on Bearings. Students should watch, do the examples and make a revision card that summarises the video. Then students should move to the second video and attempt each past paper question on Bearings. Pause the video, have a go, play and self-mark and correct.

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