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I am now a retired teacher having taught for over 40 years in the UK at secondary level. I wanted to share my love of Mathematics and teaching by providing a good set of resources which will more than cover all your needs for as many topics as I can and at good value for money. I am trying to cover many topics from foundation level GCSE up to grade 9 at higher level in a way that is interesting and relevant. I hope you like my style !

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I am now a retired teacher having taught for over 40 years in the UK at secondary level. I wanted to share my love of Mathematics and teaching by providing a good set of resources which will more than cover all your needs for as many topics as I can and at good value for money. I am trying to cover many topics from foundation level GCSE up to grade 9 at higher level in a way that is interesting and relevant. I hope you like my style !
The Equation Of A Circle
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The Equation Of A Circle

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This PDF is a worksheet covering everything that higher level students will need on the equations of a circle. It includes a few questions aimed at stretching those who are trying to acheive grades 7+ There are 22 questions ranging from understanding the equation of a circle to the equation of a tangent to a circle, including questions on the distance from a point to the origin. Answers are provided.
Substitution
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Substitution

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2 PDFs + Answers covering all that you will need on substituition. Aimed at higher level GCSE there over 40 questions in all. Basic Substitution This worksheet provides expressions and common formulae that pupils should be able to substitute into - mostly without a calculator. Worded Problems The second worksheet gives 11 questions of formula in context. - Some of these questions involve standard form. Answers
Reading From A Venn Diagram
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Reading From A Venn Diagram

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This is a PDF of two pages and nine questions covering more complex questions on Venn diagrams, largely limited to two set Venn diagrams (though one question is on three sets). These questions take the information given and ask pupils to put them into a Venn diagram and hence answers questions. I have included probability and also conditional probability as it is now appearing on GCSE papers. Answers are included.
Area Of Irregular Shapes and Rectangles
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Area Of Irregular Shapes and Rectangles

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This is a couple of worksheets that were created for the introduction of area at KS3 and developing into the formula for the rectangle. Squares are covered as is perimeter Area Of Irregular Shapes provides you with four larger than average shapes on a cm square grid to find the area of - I usually ask the class which shape has the largest area and then everyone finds the area of at least two shapes. Area Of Rectangles finding the area of rectangles on a cm square grid - leading to the formula A = Length x Width. Area Of Rectangles 2 12 standard questions on the area and perimeter of rectangles and squares.
Factorisation
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Factorisation

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This is a PDF with over 40 expressions starting from some simple cases - I aimed this at a GCSE revision class. Answers are included
Rearranging Equations
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Rearranging Equations

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This is a PDF with over 60 questions on 'Changing The Subject Of An Equation". Aimed at higher level GCSE groups, this worksheet includes questions involving ‘self inverse functions’ such as ‘Divide into’ and ‘subtract from’. I have also included 15 questions on rearranging equations where x appears twice in a fraction, a question that has been frequently asked at GCSE. Answers are included.
Expressing One Number As A Percentage Of Another
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Expressing One Number As A Percentage Of Another

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This PDF consists of 12 questions expressing one number as a percentage of another. Aimed at Key Stage 3 classes, there is nothing too demanding required and all answers to the problems are whole numbers. I have included thirds and eighths in some of these. Answers are included. Contents One Number As A Percentage Of Another Answers
KS3 Column Vectors
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KS3 Column Vectors

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2 extensive worksheets and a game covering just about everything needed for KS3 column vectors - Answers are included. VECTORS 1 - Express 12 vectors given on the diagram as a column vectors, also adding, subtracting and multiplying by a scalar (16 questions). VECTORS 2 - moving around a grid by vectors (can be done as column vectors or graphically) - 11 Questions The Vector Race Game - A simple game which will have even the most demotivated practicing plotting column vectors I have tried to space the questions so these can be given as worksheets or displayed through the computer for a class activity.
Calculations In Standard Form Worksheet
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Calculations In Standard Form Worksheet

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Aimed primarilay at KS4, I have used this effectively with more able KS3 pupils. This PDF consists of 43 individual questions working with calculations in standard form both with and without a calculator. - this is a very thorough worksheet. Answers are provided.
Plotting Quadratics And Solving Equations For Higher Level + Answers
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Plotting Quadratics And Solving Equations For Higher Level + Answers

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A great worksheet consisting of several questions which ask the student to plot a quadratic and then, by drawing a line on the same grid solve an unrelated quadratic equation. This is level 7+ graphwork and extends students understanding of graphs a little further and requires a little more algebraic manipulation. Answers are included.
Problems In Standard Form
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Problems In Standard Form

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This PDF is a set of 10 worded questions which use numbers in standard form. They are all practical applications of using numbers in standard form. Several of the questions are typical of the type of worded questions that appear in GCSE papers. All use facts which are verifiable, accurate and relevant making the work more appropriate - students will need to be able to use standard form on a calculator. Answers are included.
Manipulation Of Surds
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Manipulation Of Surds

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Aimed at higher level GCSE this worksheets covers everything that you need for grade 6+ No answers are provided as students can check their work on a calculator.
Similar Triangles
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Similar Triangles

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A great set of worksheets covering all that you will need at GCSE on similar triangles. Three worksheets in total with plenty of questions up to level 6+ Identifying similar triangles Calculating lengths in similar triangles More complex questions - including parallel lines Answers
Areas - From First To Last
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Areas - From First To Last

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This is a bundle of all the GCSE areas required from basic irregular shapes on a grid all the way up to around grade 7 compound areas and area problems - it is a very comprehensive bundle which I created for both the classroom teacher and the students to revise from.
6 Worksheets on Trigonometry in Right Angled Triangles - over 50 questions
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6 Worksheets on Trigonometry in Right Angled Triangles - over 50 questions

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6 Worksheets covering all aspects of Trigonometry in Right angled triangles (with answers) Trigonometry1 is 10 Questions on finding a side with the unknown on the top of the fraction. Trigonometry2 is 10 Questions on finding a side with the unknown on the bottom of the fraction. Trigonometry3 is 10 Questions on finding angles. Trigonometry4 is 12 Questions which are a mixture of questions from the first 3 worksheets. Trigonometry5 is 5 Questions involving two triangles together where info is transferred from one to the other. Trigonometry6 is 10 Problems covering the applications of Trigonometry. Trigonometryans is obviously the answer sheet to each of the above worksheets.
Travel Graphs
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Travel Graphs

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A great resource covering all that you will need in travel graphs 9 Distance time graphs to discuss and read information from - including a couple with curved graphs so pupils can estimate the gradient of a curve to find velocity. All the distance time graphs are in context and have realistic values (no more 14s bike rides !) 3 fitting the distance time graphs to the situation. 5 velocity time graphs including curves drawn large enough for you to be able teach area under a graph from 1 really good question on fitting 9 situations to their velocity time graphs.
Introducing Set Theory
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Introducing Set Theory

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This PDF is one page and six questions in total. This is my introduction to sets at KS3 - no Venn diagrams, just looking at the basic idea of what a set is and how we combine them. Simply looking at the idea of sets, the elements in sets and the idea of Intersection, Union and compliment. Answers are provided.