Some useful GCSE Maths Formulae that I have had my year 11’s put onto flashcards and memorise.
A full lesson on percentages which covers: Percentages of an Amount Percentage increase & decrese (calculator and non-calculator method) Using multipliers VAT, deposits, interest Percentage change (profit/loss) Reverse percentages (finding the original)
Poster including: how to label your triangle sine rule cosine rule area of a triangle (For non right-angled triangles)
Created this to help my GCSE Maths students. Contains everything you need to understand trigonometry, from area of triangles, to sohcahtoa, cosine and sine rule. It contains worked examples of each queston too.
Poster which covers Trigonometry for Right-Angled Triangles. Information includes; Labelling your triangle Area of a right-angled triangle SohCahToa
PDF on proportion which includes: direct proportion inverse proportion square and cubic proportionality Worked exam questions
A full lesson which covers: Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers Reciprocals Converting between Fractions, Decimals and Percentages Ordering Fractions, Decimals and Percentages Fractions of Amounts Simplifying Fractions Equivalent Fractions Adding and Subtracting Fractions Multiplying and Dividing Fractions
Pre-Paper 2 GCSE Maths (9 - 1) Worksheet & Solutions.
I have produced a lesson introducing the quadratic formula. The lesson includes : identifying a,b and c in a quadratic equation Real-life applications Using the quadratic equation (including a silver and gold exercise) Extension exam-style question Exit tickets to summarise a students’ basic understanding
I have produced a double-sided worksheet to give to my students during a breakfast session before their first GCSE Maths exam. I have also uploaded solutions.
Full lesson powerpoint and pdf which includes: Number Facts (Factors, Multiples, Prime Numbers) Writing a number in prime factor form Finding the HCF of two numbers Finding the HCF of three numbers Finding the LCM of two numbers Finding the LCM of three numbers Questions with full solutions and answers for the above Worded Problem-Solving HCF/LCM Walkthrough & Questions Using your casio calculator to produce prime factorisation of a number Method used: Listing, circling common factors, venn diagrams I have not included printable worksheets as all questions can be produced in exercise books, and some prime factor trees can be quite long! If you would prefer to have worksheets anyway, please ask and I will be happy to post those also.
A full powerpoint lesson on Similarity I created. It is differentiated and covers the following: What is similarity? Similarity in real-life Finding the scale factor of enlargement Similarity (Length, Area, Volume) Nested Diagrams Proving Similarity Challenge Grade 9 Frustum Question ‘Objective’s met’ brainstorm I have also included pdf worksheets of the exercises included in the powerpoint, so you can print the sheets for your students.