# Algebra

Sometimes you might be asked to factorise expressions. Factorising is the opposite of multiplying out brackets - i.e. putting an expression into two brackets. A...

## Direct and Inverse Proportion

These sometimes come up on the exam - so don't forget about them! Direct Proportion If two quantities are in direct proportion then when one increases or ...

## Graphing Simultaneous Equations

Sometimes you might be asked to solve simultaneous equations using graphs. You simply plot both equations on the graph and wherever they intersect are the solut...

## Simultaneous Equations

These are equations you need to solve at the same time...but there's two types you could get..one of which is probably the toughest thing in GCSE maths. Ones...

## Trial and Improvement

You might be asked to find an answer where there is no exact answer and asked to give the number to a degree of decimal places or significant figures. Trial and...

## Inequalities

These are a bit like equations....but with one really big exception! The Symbols > Means greater than < Means less than <≥ Means greater than or eq...

## Algebra In Fractions

Some questions could involve BOTH algebra and fractions. Double the fun. You Can Cancel Terms On The Top And Bottomso 2x2 y4/ xy just becomes 2xy3.Look out f...

## Completing The Square

This is one of the trickiest things you have to do. Basically you have to express a quadratic as a squared health-canada-pharmacy.com bracket with a number on t...