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Credit revision Q 1 What is the sine rule ?
Credit revision Q 2 What three processes do you go through in order to factorise a quadratic ?
Credit revision Q 3 What is sin x cos x equal to ?
Credit revision Q 4 How do you solve equations of the form cosx o = ? (0x360)
Credit revision Q 5 How do you find the gradient of a line joining two points ?
Credit revision Q 6 What is sin 2 x + cos 2 x equal to ?
Credit revision Q 7 What is the Theorem of Pythagoras ?
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