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#### Probability and Venn Diagrams

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GCSE 9-1 Mathematics workbook covering Learning Objectives:-­‐ • Describe the probability of an event occurring using probability words • Use a probability scale • Theoretical Probability and Mutually exclusive events • Relative frequency • Enumerate sets and combinations of sets systematically, using tables and grids • Record, describe and analyse the frequency of outcomes of probability experiments using tables and frequency tress (probabilities as fractions, decimals or percentages) • Enumerate sets and combinations of sets systematically, using Venn Diagrams

#### BTEC Tech Award in Creative Media: Component 1

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A handbook and workbook for students to use for Component 1: Exploring Media Products. It has activities which cover the learning aims for Component 1 preparing them for the first assessment task.

#### 3d Shapes, Properties, Volume and Surface Area

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GCSE 9-1 Mathematics Workbook covereing Learning Objectives:-­‐ • Identify the properties of 3D shapes including cubes, cuboids, cylinders, pyramids, cones and spheres. • Know and apply formula to calculate volumes of cuboids and other right prisms (including cylinders) • Calculate the surface area of spheres, pyramids, cones and composite solids.

#### UNPACK Maths Problems

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I am going to UNPACK these Maths Problems! To effectively solve problems in mathematics, and for you to get all of the ‘P’ marks in the exam, you will need to UNPACK the questions. This work booklet shows students how to ensure that they get the full marks when tackling problems solving questions in the exam. By following the UNPACK rules below, it will enable you to ensure that you get the full-marks for all problem-solving questions: - Underline important information in the question Understand what the question is asking me What maths Processes will I be using? My Answer in the question Have I Checked my work? I Know my answer makes sense

#### KS4 GCSE Mathematics 9-1 Student Progress Tracker

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A tracker which allows students to keep track of their learning of the GCSE 9-1 Mathematics curriculum. All objectives per topic are listed, enabling students to highlight their learning and track their working at grades.

#### Personal and Social Education: AQA Level 1 Workbook

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Level 1 Award in Personal and Social Education QCF 500/3050/4 To achieve a Level 1 Award you must complete four units of work. The units that will be covered are:- Unit 2: Drugs Education Unit 3: Sex and relationship Education Unit 4: Personal Finance Unit 6: Healthy Lifestyles

#### Edexcel Award in Number and Measure Level 1: Scheme of Work and Staff/Student Assessment Trackers

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Scheme of Work, Staff Tracker and Student Tracker for Edexcel Award in Number and Measure: Level 1 Scheme of Work:- Provides detailed lesson plan for each of the 13 units in the Level 1 qualification, and also provides links to the Level 2 and GCSE courses. Objectives, Differentiation and Extension points are also provided. Staff and Student Tracker:- Provides a breakdown of the learning objectives for each Unit, so that staff and students can track their understanding and progress throughout the course.

#### Angles and Constructions

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Learning Objectives:- Know angle types, label triangle sides and angles Apply properties of quadrilaterals to know their names and find missing angles Apply the properties of angles at a point, angles on a straight line, vertically opposite angles, alternate angles and corresponding angles Use the standard ruler and compass constructions to construct a 60° angle, a perpendicular bisector, a perpendicular to a given line from/at a given point, and an angle bisector

#### Vectors & Transformations

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GCSE 9-1 Mathematics Workbooklet covering Learning Objectives:-­‐ How to generate a Vector, and Add and Subtract vectors Consider transformations rotation, reflection, translation and enlargement (including fractional scale factors)

#### Percentages

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GCSE 9-1 Mathematics - PERCENTAGES Learning Objectives:- a) To understand how to use fractions to find percentages b) Convert Fractions to Percentages c) Find a percentage of an amount d) Solve problems involving percentage increase and decrease e) Simple and Compound Interest

#### Compound Measures and Distance Time Graphs

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9-1 GCSE Mathematics Workbook covering:- Learning Objectives:- (a) Be able to use compound measures (b) Be able to describe what is shown in a distance time graph © Be able to draw a distance time graph

#### Straight-Line Graphs

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Learning Objectives:-­‐ Be able to name and draw horizontal and vertical equations Be able to draw an equation onto axis using the table method Identify and interpret gradients and intercepts of linear functions, both algebraically and graphically.

#### Cumulative Frequency, Box Plots and Comparing Distributions

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Learning Objectives:-­‐ Construct and interpret cumulative frequency diagrams (for grouped discrete as well as continuous data) Interpret and construct box plots Use measures of central tendency and measures of spread to interpret, analyse and compare the distributions of data sets

#### Inequalities

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GCSE 9-1 Mathematics - Inequalities Workbook Learning Objectives:-­‐ Represent the solution of a linear inequality on a number line Work out an inequality from a number line Solving Inequalities

#### Sequences Workbook

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Workbooklet for GCSE 9-1 Mathematics, looking at the topic Sequences. Learning Objectives:- Generate terms of a sequence from a term-to-term rule, including from patterns and diagrams. Using Formulae to generate a sequence. Create a formulae/expression for a given sequence.

#### Equations

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GCSE 9-1 Mathematics workbook Learning Objectives:- • Solve linear equations with one unknown on one side • Derive equations from geometric and other forms of problem • Solve two linear simultaneous equations in two variables algebraically

#### Operations, Estimation and Checking Calculations

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Learning Objectives:-­‐ Understand the relationships between operations e.g. inverse operations Estimate answers Check calculations using approximation and estimation (including using technology)