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GCSE Mathematics Paper 1
Different Words ADD Plus Total More than Sum of SUBTRACT Take away Minus Difference Less than
MULTIPLY Times Lots of Product DIVIDE Share Divisible by 35 2 8 1 7 6 21 180 290 2 45 etc
Area & Perimeter Add up edges Answer in cm Area = Length x width Answer in cm 2
Area = HALF base x height ORBase x Height 2 Area of a Triangle Answer in cm 2
Area Units 100cm 1 m 2 100cm so 1m 2 = 10000 cm 2
Volume width height length Volume = length x width x height Units cm 3, m 3
“Percent” = out of 100 Percent without a calculator Find 10% by DIVIDING by 10 Then5% half of 10% 30%3 lots of 10% etc
Fraction of … ‘Divide by bottom and times by top’ 1 / 7 of … Divide amount by 7 3 / 7 of … Divide amount by 7 and times by 3
DST D ST Distance Speed Time Be aware of units 2hrs 30 mins = 2.5 hours
Ratios total = 10 450 ÷ 10 = 45 2 parts 2 x 45 = 90 etc Share £450 in ratio 2:3:5
Interior Angles 180º 360º 540º Add a side... Add 180º
Angles Exterior Angle of any shape add up to 360º
Angles 180º same size
Bearings Measured clockwise from north N Three figures e.g. 075º, 223º
Averages Mean = sum of values total freq Medianmiddle value (write in order first) Mode most popular (Modal) Range biggest - smallest
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Frequency Polygon Plot at the MIDPOINT and FREQ Normal scale going up in 5’s, 10’s, 20’s etc NOT groups
Grouped Frequency Diagram ‘Bar graph’ Normal scale Bars as wide as the group
Probability Probability of two events i.e. two sixes on a pair of dice Prob event 1 x prob event 2 i.e. 1 / 6 x 1 / 6 = 1 / 36
Probability Table of values Expected number of winners... Probability x number in Q
Graphs y = -x y = x y = x 2
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