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9 1 GCSE (Foundation)

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Grid method? Substitution Common denominators not needed

J. Rimmer

HINTS

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Grid method? Substitution Common denominators not needed

Grid

method?

Substitution

Common

denominators

not needed

Improper

fraction?

Recall

formula

Total sum?

Tally?

Expand and simplify (4x+8)(x-3)
Expand and simplify
(4x+8)(x-3)

If x=-3 and y=4 what is the value of

3y²+2x

1 5 × 7 4
1
5 × 7 4
5 4 −2 2 7 5
5 4 −2 2
7
5
6.5m 5m 13.5m
6.5m
5m
13.5m
Calculate 103° 49° x° missing angle x 147°
Calculate
103°
49°
missing angle x
147°
Create a data collection sheet to count how many boys and girls go into the
Create a data collection sheet to count how many boys
and girls go into the hall at lunchtime
count how many boys and girls go into the hall at lunchtime Score: /7 Circle which

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Collect like terms Make it x = the

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HINTS

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Collect like terms Make it x = the

Collect

like terms

Make it x = the rest

Forget the

decimals to

begin with

Factors go

into

number

Which is the hypotenuse?

The units

are length

Think of

the rhyme

Expand and simplify 6(x+4) – 2x
Expand and simplify
6(x+4) – 2x

Make x the subject

4x = 12y - 40

Multiply 2.3 x 34.7
Multiply
2.3 x 34.7

Calculate the Highest Common Factor of…

12 and 20

10m 8m x
10m
8m
x
12.3m What is the 2.6m perimeter?
12.3m
What is the
2.6m
perimeter?
What is the median? 2,8, 3,14,20,7
What is the median?
2,8, 3,14,20,7
is the 2.6m perimeter? What is the median? 2,8, 3,14,20,7 Score: /7 Circle which area you

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x How many

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x How many

Think of

power rules

Find x

How many

halves go

into…

Times

tables help

SOHCAHTOA

Space

inside

Think of

the rhyme

Expand 5x²(3x+4)
Expand
5x²(3x+4)

Solve

3x 7 = 8

Divide 340 ÷ 0.5
Divide
340 ÷ 0.5

Calculate the Lowest common multiple of…

4 and 5

x 8m 30°
x
8m
30°
4.5 cm What is the area? 2.1 m
4.5 cm
What is the
area?
2.1 m
What is the mean? 15, 6, 7, 12, 8, 12
What is the mean?
15, 6, 7, 12, 8, 12
is the area? 2.1 m What is the mean? 15, 6, 7, 12, 8, 12 Score:

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x Write out

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x Write out

Think of

power rules

Find x

Write out

your prime

numbers

Grid

method?

Formula?

Area of cross section first

Think of

the rhyme

Simplify 3x² x 5x³
Simplify
3x² x 5x³

Solve

5x + 6 = 2x + 30

Write as the product of its prime factors 720
Write as the product of its prime factors
720

Multiply

124 x 28

20m
20m
Calculate the volume 2m of the cuboid? 3m 8m
Calculate the volume
2m
of the cuboid?
3m
8m
What is the mode? 3,4,1,1,6,7,3,2,9,0
What is the mode?
3,4,1,1,6,7,3,2,9,0
the cuboid? 3m 8m What is the mode? 3,4,1,1,6,7,3,2,9,0 Score: /7 Circle which area you are

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x More than

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HINTS

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x More than

Think of

power rules

Find x

More than

the original

amount

Bus stop

method

Formula?

How many faces does it have?

Think of

the rhyme

Simplify 20x² ÷ 4x³
Simplify
20x² ÷ 4x³

Solve

4(2x+5)=36

Increase by 20% 420
Increase by 20%
420

Divide

3934 ÷ 7

16mm
16mm
Calculate the surface 3m area of the cuboid? 4m 10m
Calculate the surface
3m
area of the cuboid?
4m
10m
What is the range? 4,7,1,-4,-8,5,-3
What is the range?
4,7,1,-4,-8,5,-3
of the cuboid? 4m 10m What is the range? 4,7,1,-4,-8,5,-3 Score: /7 Circle which area you

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x 10% and

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x 10% and

Think of

power rules

Find x

10% and 1% will be key

How many

parts in

total?

Formula?

Draw the S,D,T triangle

What

should the

total be?

Simplify (3a)³
Simplify
(3a)³

Solve

3(x+5) = 2(x-3)

Find 12% of 140
Find 12% of
140

Share 180 in the ratio

3:2:4

6m 7m
6m
7m
If a car is driving at 300 mph for 6 hours. How far will it
If a car is driving at 300 mph for 6 hours. How far will
it have travelled?
If the mean is 5 what is x?
4, x, 3, 12, 2
have travelled? If the mean is 5 what is x? 4, x, 3, 12, 2 Score:

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Y=MX+C Do we write the x sign? How

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Y=MX+C Do we write the x sign? How

Y=MX+C

Do we

write the

x sign?

How many parts are the

girls?

Between 1

and 10?

Average of

coordinates

Draw the

triangle

How many

letters in

total?

What is the gradient and y intercept? 2y=8x+4
What is the gradient and y intercept?
2y=8x+4

Simplify

3 x a x 2 x b x b

Ratio Problem If boys and girls are in the ratio of 2:3 and there are
Ratio Problem
If boys and girls are in the ratio of 2:3 and there are 45 girls.
How many boys are there?

Convert to standard form

237000

Find the midpoint of these two coordinates (2,3)(5,11)
Find the midpoint of these two coordinates
(2,3)(5,11)
If the area of a triangle is 24 m² and the base is 10m long.
If the area of a triangle is 24 m² and the base is 10m
long. What is the vertical height?
ADDITION
base is 10m long. What is the vertical height? ADDITION Score: /7 Circle which area you

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Find x Same steps as equations LCM Possibly

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Find x Same steps as equations LCM Possibly

Find x

Same

steps as

equations

LCM

Possibly

turn to

improper

fractions

How many mm in a cm?

Remember it is half a circle

The axes are x and y

3x+5 = 13 2
3x+5 = 13
2

Solve

5x 7 > 2x+13

1 2 + 2 5
1
2 + 2
5
1 1 3 2 +3 5
1
1 3 2 +3
5
Convert to mm 2.47cm
Convert to mm
2.47cm
Find the area in terms of π 14mm
Find the area in
terms of π
14mm
Produce a sketch of a scatter graph with a negative correlation
Produce a sketch of a scatter graph with a negative
correlation
a sketch of a scatter graph with a negative correlation Score: /7 Circle which area you

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Common difference What does n represent? LCM Improper

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Common difference What does n represent? LCM Improper

Common

difference

What does n

represent?

LCM

Improper

fractions?

Should you have more or less $?

What shapes can you see?

What do

probabilities

add up to?

Find the nth term of the following sequence… 10,8,6,4,2…
Find the nth term of the following sequence…
10,8,6,4,2…

Find the 7 th term of the sequence with nth term…

n² + 3

4 2 5 − 3
4 2
5 − 3
1 1 4 2 −2 3
1
1
4 2 −2
3
If £1 = $1.23. What is £5 in Dollars ($)
If £1 = $1.23. What
is £5 in Dollars ($)
20m Find the area of this 18m compound shape… 6m 9m
20m
Find the area of this
18m
compound shape…
6m
9m
If the probability that it rains tomorrow is 4/7 th what is the probability it
If the probability that it rains tomorrow is 4/7 th what is
the probability it doesn’t rain?
is 4/7 th what is the probability it doesn’t rain? Score: /7 Circle which area you

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Grid method? Substitution Common denominators not needed

J. Rimmer

HINTS

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Grid method? Substitution Common denominators not needed

Grid

method?

Substitution

Common

denominators

not needed

Improper

fraction?

Recall

formula

Total sum?

Zero?

Expand and simplify (2x+5)(x+3)
Expand and simplify
(2x+5)(x+3)

If x=-3 and y=4 what is the value of

5x+7y+8

3 5 × 7 2
3
5 × 7 2
3 1 −2 2 2 3
3
1
−2 2
2
3
10m 8m 12m
10m
8m
12m
Calculate 105° x° 57° missing angle x 162°
Calculate
105°
57°
missing angle x
162°
Write a suitable question to find out what magazines your friends read. You need to
Write a suitable question to find out what magazines your
friends read. You need to include suitable response boxes
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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS What is common? What type of expression is

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HINTS

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS What is common? What type of expression is

What is

common?

What type of expression is

this?

Do we need

to divide?

Improper

fraction?

What type

of triangle?

Which angle

rule?

What is the probability of getting a 6?

Factorise 3x²+2x
Factorise
3x²+2x

Factorise

x²+5x+6

2 1 5 ÷ 4
2 1
5 ÷ 4
2 1 ÷1 4 2 5
2
1
÷1 4
2
5
Calculate missing angle x x°
Calculate
missing angle x
Calculate 72° missing angle x x°
Calculate
72°
missing angle x
If you rolled a die 300 times, how many times would you expect to get
If you rolled a die 300 times, how many times would you
expect to get a 6?
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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Collect like terms Make it x = the

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HINTS

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Collect like terms Make it x = the

Collect

like terms

Make it x = the rest

Forget the

decimals to

begin with

Factors go

into

number

Which is the hypotenuse?

The units

are length

Think of

the rhyme

Expand and simplify 3(x+5)+5(x-2)
Expand and simplify
3(x+5)+5(x-2)

Make x the subject

3x + 4 = 7y

Multiply 28.2 x 7.7
Multiply
28.2 x 7.7

Calculate the Highest Common Factor of…

14 and 21

12m 5 m x
12m
5 m
x
15.4m What is the 7.6m perimeter?
15.4m
What is the
7.6m
perimeter?
What is the median? 7,4,3,1,16,23,4,7
What is the median?
7,4,3,1,16,23,4,7
the 7.6m perimeter? What is the median? 7,4,3,1,16,23,4,7 Score: /7 Circle which area you are weakest

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x How many

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HINTS

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x How many

Think of

power rules

Find x

How many

halves go

into…

Times

tables help

SOHCAHTOA

Space

inside

Think of

the rhyme

Expand 8x²(5x-2)
Expand
8x²(5x-2)

Solve

6x -10 = 8

Divide 820 ÷ 0.5
Divide
820 ÷ 0.5

Calculate the Lowest common multiple of…

6 and 7

x 11m 42°
x
11m
42°
6.3 cm What is the area? 2.14m
6.3 cm
What is the
area?
2.14m
What is the mean? 7, 4, 6, 2, 12, 17
What is the mean?
7, 4, 6, 2, 12, 17
is the area? 2.14m What is the mean? 7, 4, 6, 2, 12, 17 Score: /7

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x Write out

J. Rimmer

HINTS

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x Write out

Think of

power rules

Find x

Write out

your prime

numbers

Grid

method?

Formula?

Area of cross section first

Think of

the rhyme

Simplify 7x² x 4x³
Simplify
7x² x 4x³

Solve

3x 5 = 2x + 30

Write as the product of its prime factors 540
Write as the product of its prime factors
540

Multiply

453 x 24

7m
7m
Calculate the volume 5m of the cuboid? 4m 9m
Calculate the volume
5m
of the cuboid?
4m
9m
What is the mode? 4,6,1,2,5,7,2,1,5,9,2
What is the mode?
4,6,1,2,5,7,2,1,5,9,2
the cuboid? 4m 9m What is the mode? 4,6,1,2,5,7,2,1,5,9,2 Score: /7 Circle which area you are

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x More than

J. Rimmer

HINTS

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x More than

Think of

power rules

Find x

More than

the original

amount

Bus stop

method

Formula?

How many faces does it have?

Think of

the rhyme

Simplify 30x 7 ÷ 4x³
Simplify
30x 7 ÷ 4x³

Solve

5(x+4)= 60

Increase by 30% 730
Increase by 30%
730

Divide

5877÷9

26mm
26mm
Calculate the surface 2m area of the cuboid? 5m 11m
Calculate the surface
2m
area of the cuboid?
5m
11m
What is the range? 9,5,4,-7,-10,7,8
What is the range?
9,5,4,-7,-10,7,8
of the cuboid? 5m 11m What is the range? 9,5,4,-7,-10,7,8 Score: /7 Circle which area you

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x 10% and

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x 10% and

Think of

power rules

Find x

10% and 1% will be key

How many

parts in

total?

Formula?

Draw the S,D,T triangle

What

should the

total be?

Simplify (6a)²
Simplify
(6a)²

Solve

7x + 6= 2(x-8)

Find 13% of 160
Find 13% of
160

Share 240 in the ratio

3:1

8m 9m
8m
9m
I man runs 120 miles for charity, He runs for 8 hours. What speed has
I man runs 120 miles for charity, He runs for 8 hours.
What speed has he been running at?
If the mean is 5 what is x?
5, 3, x, 11, 4,2
running at? If the mean is 5 what is x? 5, 3, x, 11, 4,2 Score:

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Y=MX+C Do we write the x sign? How

J. Rimmer

HINTS

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Y=MX+C Do we write the x sign? How

Y=MX+C

Do we

write the

x sign?

How many parts are the

girls?

Between 1

and 10?

Average of

coordinates

Draw the

triangle

How many

letters in

total?

What is the gradient and y intercept? y= 3 – 5x
What is the gradient and y intercept?
y= 3 – 5x

Simplify

a x a x b x 5 x b x 2

Ratio Problem If the pupils on the red and blue teams are split up into
Ratio Problem
If the pupils on the red and blue teams are split up into a ratio of 4:5
and there are 20 on the red team. How many pupils played all together?

Convert to standard form

0.0075

Find the midpoint of these two coordinates (4,5)(2,10)
Find the midpoint of these two coordinates
(4,5)(2,10)
If the area of a triangle is 200m² and the base is 10m long. What
If the area of a triangle is 200m² and the base is 10m
long. What is the vertical height?
MINUS
the base is 10m long. What is the vertical height? MINUS Score: /7 Circle which area

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Find x Same steps as equations LCM Possibly

J. Rimmer

HINTS

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Find x Same steps as equations LCM Possibly

Find x

Same

steps as

equations

LCM

Possibly

turn to

improper

fractions

How many mm in a cm?

Remember it is half a circle

The axes are x and y

4x+2 = 10 3
4x+2 = 10
3

Solve

3x 6 > 2x+18

1 + 2 3 7
1
+ 2
3
7
1 4 5 2 +3 6
1
4 5 2 +3
6
Convert to mm 72.7cm
Convert to mm
72.7cm
Find the area in terms of π 18mm
Find the area in
terms of π
18mm
Produce a sketch of a scatter graph with a POSITIVE correlation
Produce a sketch of a scatter graph with a POSITIVE
correlation
a sketch of a scatter graph with a POSITIVE correlation Score: /7 Circle which area you

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Common difference What does n represent? LCM Improper

J. Rimmer

HINTS

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Common difference What does n represent? LCM Improper

Common

difference

What does n

represent?

LCM

Improper

fractions?

Should you have more or less $?

What shapes can you see?

What do

probabilities

add up to?

Find the nth term of the following sequence… 5,7,9,11,13…
Find the nth term of the following sequence…
5,7,9,11,13…

Find the 7 th term of the sequence with nth term…

n² - 6

7 2 9 − 3
7 2
9 − 3
1 1 5 3 −3 3
1
1
5 3 −3
3
If £1 = $1.24. What is £8 in Dollars ($)
If £1 = $1.24. What is
£8 in Dollars ($)
18m Find the area of this 20m compound shape… 7m 8m
18m
Find the area of this
20m
compound shape…
7m
8m
If the probability that it rains tomorrow is 0.82 what is the probability it doesn’t
If the probability that it rains tomorrow is 0.82 what is
the probability it doesn’t rain?
tomorrow is 0.82 what is the probability it doesn’t rain? Score: /7 Circle which area you

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Grid method? Substitution Common denominators not needed

J. Rimmer

HINTS

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Grid method? Substitution Common denominators not needed

Grid

method?

Substitution

Common

denominators

not needed

Improper

fraction?

Recall

formula

Total sum?

Time

scale?

Expand and simplify (3x+4)(x-2)
Expand and simplify
(3x+4)(x-2)

If x=-3 and y=4 what is the value of

4x+7y-9

2 5 × 9 2
2
5 × 9 2
1 6 4 −1 2 3
1
6 4 −1 2
3
14m 6m 18m
14m
6m
18m
Calculate 135° x° 47° missing angle x 153°
Calculate
135°
47°
missing angle x
153°
Write a suitable question to find out how many times the people on your street
Write a suitable question to find out how many times the
people on your street go for a run.
out how many times the people on your street go for a run. Score: /7 Circle

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS What is common? What type of expression is

J. Rimmer

HINTS

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS What is common? What type of expression is

What is

common?

What type of expression is

this?

Do we need

to divide?

Improper

fraction?

What type

of triangle?

Which angle

rule?

What is the probability of getting a 6?

Factorise 3x²+9x
Factorise
3x²+9x

Factorise

x²+10x+24

2 1 7 ÷ 3
2 1
7 ÷ 3
6 1 ÷1 3 3 5
6
1
÷1 3
3
5
Calculate missing angle x x° 100°
Calculate
missing angle x
100°
Calculate x° 69° missing angle x
Calculate
69°
missing angle x
If you rolled a die 150 times, how many times would you expect to get
If you rolled a die 150 times, how many times would you
expect to get a 4?
die 150 times, how many times would you expect to get a 4? Score: /7 Circle

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Collect like terms Make it x = the

J. Rimmer

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Collect like terms Make it x = the

Collect

like terms

Make it x = the rest

Forget the

decimals to

begin with

Factors go

into

number

Which is the hypotenuse?

The units

are length

Think of

the rhyme

Expand and simplify 5(2x+3) + 5x
Expand and simplify
5(2x+3) + 5x

Make x the subject

x+y=8

Multiply 4.5 x 29.1
Multiply
4.5 x 29.1

Calculate the Highest Common Factor of…

10 and 15

X m 7m 6m
X m
7m
6m
11.7m What is the perimeter? 7.9m What is the median? 6,-4,1,5,10,7,-3
11.7m
What is the
perimeter?
7.9m
What is the median?
6,-4,1,5,10,7,-3
the perimeter? 7.9m What is the median? 6,-4,1,5,10,7,-3 Score: /7 Circle which area you are weakest

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x How many

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x How many

Think of

power rules

Find x

How many

halves go

into…

Times

tables help

SOHCAHTOA

Space

inside

Think of

the rhyme

Expand 10x²(3x²-5)
Expand
10x²(3x²-5)

Solve

2x 8 = 24

Divide 510 ÷ 0.5
Divide
510 ÷ 0.5

Calculate the Lowest common multiple of…

7 and 8

12m x 30°
12m
x
30°
14.2 cm What is the area? 3.4m
14.2 cm
What is the
area?
3.4m
What is the mean? 240,120,100,80
What is the mean?
240,120,100,80
What is the area? 3.4m What is the mean? 240,120,100,80 Score: /7 Circle which area you

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x Write out

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x Write out

Think of

power rules

Find x

Write out

your prime

numbers

Grid

method?

Formula?

Area of cross section first

Think of

the rhyme

Simplify 7x² x 2x -5
Simplify
7x² x 2x -5

Solve

10x + 6 = 8x - 22

Write as the product of its prime factors 80
Write as the product of its prime factors
80

Multiply

340 x 51

18m
18m
Calculate the volume 7m of the cuboid? 3m 12m
Calculate the volume
7m
of the cuboid?
3m
12m
What is the mode? 0,5,6,2,1,1,5,1,6,8,1
What is the mode?
0,5,6,2,1,1,5,1,6,8,1
cuboid? 3m 12m What is the mode? 0,5,6,2,1,1,5,1,6,8,1 Score: /7 Circle which area you are weakest

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x More than

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x More than

Think of

power rules

Find x

More than

the original

amount

Bus stop

method

Formula?

How many faces does it have?

Think of

the rhyme

Simplify 30x -7 ÷ 3x³
Simplify
30x -7 ÷ 3x³

Solve

2(2x+3)=62

Increase by 4% 520
Increase by 4%
520

Divide

738 ÷ 6

30mm
30mm
Calculate the surface 9m area of the cuboid? 4m 14m
Calculate the surface
9m
area of the cuboid?
4m
14m
What is the range? -8,-5,-4,-8,-2
What is the range?
-8,-5,-4,-8,-2
of the cuboid? 4m 14m What is the range? -8,-5,-4,-8,-2 Score: /7 Circle which area you

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x 10% and

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x 10% and

Think of

power rules

Find x

10% and 1% will be key

How many

parts in

total?

Formula?

Draw the S,D,T triangle

What

should the

total be?

Simplify (7x³)²
Simplify
(7x³)²

Solve

8(x-4) = 2(x+3)

Find 90% of 840
Find 90% of
840

Share 300 in the ratio

6:5:4

20m 24m
20m
24m
If a car is driving at 72 mph for 10 hours. How far will it
If a car is driving at 72 mph for 10 hours. How far will
it have travelled?
If the mean is 10 what is x?
18, x, 12, 2
have travelled? If the mean is 10 what is x? 18, x, 12, 2 Score: /7

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Y=MX+C Do we write the x sign? How

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Y=MX+C Do we write the x sign? How

Y=MX+C

Do we

write the

x sign?

How many parts are the

girls?

Between 1

and 10?

Average of

coordinates

Draw the

shape

How many

letters in

total?

What is the gradient and y intercept? 3y=12x+9
What is the gradient and y intercept?
3y=12x+9

Simplify

-2 x a x 5 x b x c

Ratio Problem If boys and girls are in the ratio of 7:3 and there are
Ratio Problem
If boys and girls are in the ratio of 7:3 and there are 60 girls.
How many boys are there?

Convert to standard form

890300

Find the midpoint of these two coordinates (-3,3)(9,7)
Find the midpoint of these two coordinates
(-3,3)(9,7)
If the area of a parallelogram is 45 m² and the base is 9m long.
If the area of a parallelogram is 45 m² and the base is
9m long. What is the vertical height?
TODAY
the base is 9m long. What is the vertical height? TODAY Score: /7 Circle which area

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Find x Same steps as equations LCM Possibly

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Find x Same steps as equations LCM Possibly

Find x

Same

steps as

equations

LCM

Possibly

turn to

improper

fractions

How many cm in a m?

Remember it is half a circle

The axes are x and y

2x-4 = 8 5
2x-4 = 8
5

Solve

8x 4 > 2x+8

1 2 7 + 9
1 2
7 + 9
1 4 7 2 +1 6
1
4 7 2 +1
6
Convert to m 83.7cm
Convert to m
83.7cm
Find the area in terms of π 40mm
Find the area in
terms of π
40mm
Produce a sketch of a scatter graph with NO correlation
Produce a sketch of a scatter graph with NO correlation
40mm Produce a sketch of a scatter graph with NO correlation Score: /7 Circle which area

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Common difference What does n represent? LCM Improper

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Common difference What does n represent? LCM Improper

Common

difference

What does n

represent?

LCM

Improper

fractions?

Should you have more or less $?

What shapes can you see?

What do

probabilities

add up to?

Find the nth term of the following sequence… 15,13,11,9…
Find the nth term of the following sequence…
15,13,11,9…

Find the 7 th term of the sequence with nth term…

2n²

3 2 5 − 9
3
2
5 − 9
1 1 1 2 − 3
1
1
1 2 − 3
If £1 = $1.23. What is £9 in Dollars ($)
If £1 = $1.23. What
is £9 in Dollars ($)
6m Find the area of this 8m compound shape… 30m
6m
Find the area of this
8m
compound shape…
30m
If the probability that I will play football tomorrow is 0.73. What is the probability
If the probability that I will play football tomorrow is 0.73.
What is the probability that I do not?
tomorrow is 0.73. What is the probability that I do not? Score: /7 Circle which area

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS What is common? What type of expression is

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS What is common? What type of expression is

What is

common?

What type of expression is

this?

Do we need

to divide?

Improper

fraction?

What type

of triangle?

Which angle

rule?

What is the probability of getting a 6?

Factorise 15x²+3x
Factorise
15x²+3x

Factorise

x²+9x+20

1 1 4 ÷ 8
1 1
4 ÷ 8
1 3 2 3 ÷ 5
1 3
2 3 ÷ 5
Calculate missing angle x 50° x°
Calculate
missing angle x
50°
Calculate 77° missing angle x x°
Calculate
77°
missing angle x
If you tossed a coin 500 times, how many times would you expect to get
If you tossed a coin 500 times, how many times would
you expect to get a head?
500 times, how many times would you expect to get a head? Score: /7 Circle which

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Collect like terms Make it x = the

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Collect like terms Make it x = the

Collect

like terms

Make it x = the rest

Forget the

decimals to

begin with

Factors go

into

number

Which is the hypotenuse?

The units

are length

Think of

the rhyme

Expand and simplify 4x – 3(x+10)
Expand and simplify
4x – 3(x+10)

Make x the subject

8x 2y = 20

Multiply 34 x 45.8
Multiply
34 x 45.8

Calculate the Highest Common Factor of…

28 and 16

7m 3m x
7m
3m
x
6.7m What is the 1.9m perimeter?
6.7m
What is the
1.9m
perimeter?
What is the median? 4,13,45,-4,5,-20
What is the median?
4,13,45,-4,5,-20
the 1.9m perimeter? What is the median? 4,13,45,-4,5,-20 Score: /7 Circle which area you are weakest

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x How many

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HINTS

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x How many

Think of

power rules

Find x

How many

halves go

into…

Times

tables help

SOHCAHTOA

Space

inside

Think of

the rhyme

Expand 4x 4 (2x-3)
Expand
4x 4 (2x-3)

Solve

10x 23 = 52

Divide 78 ÷ 0.5
Divide
78 ÷ 0.5

Calculate the Lowest common multiple of…

7 and 4

x 10m 28°
x
10m
28°
14.2 cm What is the area? 7.4 m
14.2 cm
What is the
area?
7.4 m
What is the mean? a, 4a, 8a, 2a, 5a
What is the mean?
a, 4a, 8a, 2a, 5a
is the area? 7.4 m What is the mean? a, 4a, 8a, 2a, 5a Score: /7

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x Write out

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x Write out

Think of

power rules

Find x

Write out

your prime

numbers

Grid

method?

Formula?

Area of cross section first

Think of

the rhyme

Simplify 8x² x 3x -4
Simplify
8x² x 3x -4

Solve

3x+ 4 = 10 4x

Write as the product of its prime factors 190
Write as the product of its prime factors
190

Multiply

56 x 309

60mm
60mm
What is the height if X m the volume is 60m³ 3m 5m
What is the height if
X m
the volume is 60m³
3m
5m
What is the mode? 5,8,9,5,7,8,1,3,4
What is the mode?
5,8,9,5,7,8,1,3,4
volume is 60m³ 3m 5m What is the mode? 5,8,9,5,7,8,1,3,4 Score: /7 Circle which area you

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x More than

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x More than

Think of

power rules

Find x

More than

the original

amount

Bus stop

method

Formula?

How many faces does it have?

Think of

the rhyme

Simplify 90x -5 ÷ 3x³
Simplify
90x -5 ÷ 3x³

Solve

128 = 4(8x-4)

Decrease by 25% 640
Decrease by 25%
640

Divide

769.6 ÷ 8

42mm
42mm
Calculate the surface 2m area of the cuboid? 3m 5.5m
Calculate the surface
2m
area of the cuboid?
3m
5.5m
What is the range? a, 5a, 3a, -7a, 10a
What is the range?
a, 5a, 3a, -7a, 10a
cuboid? 3m 5.5m What is the range? a, 5a, 3a, -7a, 10a Score: /7 Circle which

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x 10% and

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x 10% and

Think of

power rules

Find x

10% and 1% will be key

How many

parts in

total?

Formula?

Draw the S,D,T triangle

What

should the

total be?

Simplify (4b)³
Simplify
(4b)³

Solve

3(6+4x) = 3(x+2)

Find 23% of 580
Find 23% of
580

Share 8000 in the ratio

4:2:2

5.5m 8m
5.5m
8m
Use a protractor to draw an angle of 42°. What type of angle is this?
Use a protractor to draw an angle of 42°.
What type of angle is this?
What is a random sample? Give and example
of angle is this? What is a random sample? Give and example Score: /7 Circle which

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Y=MX+C Do we write the x sign? Order

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Y=MX+C Do we write the x sign? Order

Y=MX+C

Do we

write the

x sign?

Order of

priority?

Between 1

and 10?

Average of

coordinates

Draw the

triangle

How many

letters in

total?

What is the gradient and y intercept? y – 7 = x
What is the gradient and y intercept?
y – 7 = x

Simplify

7 x b x c x c x c x 2

Bidmas 3 x 4² - 5
Bidmas
3 x 4² - 5

Convert to standard form

0.000705

Find the midpoint of these two coordinates (4,3)(2,11)
Find the midpoint of these two coordinates
(4,3)(2,11)
Draw a rectangle with a perimeter of 22 and an area of 30 unit² BIDMAS
Draw a rectangle with a perimeter of 22 and
an area of 30 unit²
BIDMAS
with a perimeter of 22 and an area of 30 unit² BIDMAS Score: /7 Circle which

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Find x Same steps as equations LCM Possibly

J. Rimmer

HINTS

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Find x Same steps as equations LCM Possibly

Find x

Same

steps as

equations

LCM

Possibly

turn to

improper

fractions

How many mm in a cm?

Remember it is half a circle

The axes are x and y

10x - 5 = 11 2
10x - 5 = 11
2

Solve

4x + 25 > 2x+61

1 5 6 + 7
1 5
6 + 7
1 4 2 5 + 4
1
4 2
5 + 4
Convert to mm 670cm
Convert to mm
670cm
Find the area in terms of π 40mm
Find the area in
terms of π
40mm
Produce a sketch of a frequency polygon stating where exactly you plot the points
Produce a sketch of a frequency polygon stating where
exactly you plot the points
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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Common difference What does n represent? LCM Improper

J. Rimmer

HINTS

9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Common difference What does n represent? LCM Improper

Common

difference

What does n

represent?

LCM

Improper

fractions?

Should you have more or less £?

How many mirror lines?

What do

probabilities

add up to?

Find the nth term of the following sequence… 12, 17, 22, 27 …
Find the nth term of the following sequence…
12, 17, 22, 27 …

Find the 10 th term of the sequence with nth term…

9 2n

3 1 5 − 3
3
1
5 − 3
1 6−2 3
1
6−2
3
If £1 = $1.23. What is $8 in pounds (£)
If £1 = $1.23. What
is $8 in pounds (£)
− 3 1 6−2 3 If £1 = $1.23. What is $8 in pounds (£) How
How many lines of symmetry does the letter have… If there is a 76% chance
How many lines of symmetry
does the letter have…
If there is a 76% chance of snow tomorrow. What is the
probability of NO snow?
of snow tomorrow. What is the probability of NO snow? Score: /7 Circle which area you

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Grid method? Substitution Common denominators not needed Improper

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Grid method? Substitution Common denominators not needed Improper

Grid

method?

Substitution

Common

denominators

not needed

Improper

fraction?

Recall

formula

Total sum?

Think of

the rhyme

Expand and simplify (7+x)(x+2)
Expand and simplify
(7+x)(x+2)

If x=5 and y=-4 what is the value of

x³ + 2y

5× 2 7
5× 2
7
7 1 ×3 2 2 5
7
1
×3 2
2
5
7m 4m 9m
7m
4m
9m
Calculate 105° 37° x° missing angle x
Calculate
105°
37°
missing angle x
Write a suitable question to find out what genre of film your classmates prefer
Write a suitable question to find out what genre of film
your classmates prefer
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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS What is common? What type of expression is

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS What is common? What type of expression is

What is

common?

What type of expression is

this?

Do we need

to divide?

Improper

fraction?

Vertically

opposite

Which angle

rule?

What is the probability of getting a 6?

Factorise 7x - x³
Factorise
7x - x³

Factorise

x²+3x-10

14÷ 1 3
14÷ 1
3
1 4 3 2 ÷ 7
1
4
3 2 ÷ 7
Calculate missing angle x 23° x°
Calculate
missing angle x
23°
Calculate missing angle x x° 62°
Calculate
missing angle x
62°
If you rolled a die 120 times, how many times would you expect to get
If you rolled a die 120 times, how many times would you
expect to get a 2?
die 120 times, how many times would you expect to get a 2? Score: /7 Circle

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Collect like terms Make it x = the

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Collect like terms Make it x = the

Collect

like terms

Make it x = the rest

Forget the

decimals to

begin with

Place

value

columns

Which is the hypotenuse?

The units

are length

Think of

the rhyme

Expand and simplify 2 + 7x + 8y – 4x + 8
Expand and simplify
2 + 7x + 8y – 4x + 8

Make x the subject

2y x = 10

Multiply 1.9 x 232
Multiply
1.9 x 232

Write in words …

456000

14m 10m x
14m
10m
x
8m What is the perimeter of this regular shape
8m
What is the perimeter
of this regular shape
What is the median? X+2, x+4, x-3, x, x+1
What is the median?
X+2, x+4, x-3, x, x+1
regular shape What is the median? X+2, x+4, x-3, x, x+1 Score: /7 Circle which area

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x How many

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x How many

Think of

power rules

Find x

How many

halves go

into…

Times

tables help

SOHCAHTOA

Space

inside

Think of

the rhyme

Expand 5a²(4 - a)
Expand
5a²(4 - a)

Solve

8 2x = 20

Divide 42 ÷ 0.5
Divide
42 ÷ 0.5

Calculate the Lowest common multiple of…

3, 4 and 5

10m 6m x°
10m
6m
What is the area? 5 m
What is the
area?
5 m
12cm What is the mean? 2a,4a,3a, a,6a,8a
12cm
What is the mean?
2a,4a,3a, a,6a,8a
the area? 5 m 12cm What is the mean? 2a,4a,3a, a,6a,8a Score: /7 Circle which area

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x Write out

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x Write out

Think of

power rules

Find x

Write out

your prime

numbers

Order of

operations

Formula?

Simpler than

you think?

Think of

the rhyme

Simplify 6x² x 5x -8
Simplify
6x² x 5x -8

Solve

14 4x = 2x + 22

Write as the product of its prime factors 105
Write as the product of its prime factors
105

Bidmas

10+4x7-3

100m
100m
8m Calculate the area? 3m
8m
Calculate the area?
3m
What is the modal letter? GOOGLE
What is the modal letter?
GOOGLE
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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x More than

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x More than

Think of

power rules

Find x

More than

the original

amount

Mental

method?

Formula?

How many faces does it have?

Think of

the rhyme

Simplify 50x -4 ÷ 2x -3
Simplify
50x -4 ÷ 2x -3

Solve

½ (4x+8)=28

Increase by 2% 76
Increase by 2%
76

Calculate

£2.99 x 12

34mm
34mm
Calculate the surface 7m area of the cuboid? 4m 12m
Calculate the surface
7m
area of the cuboid?
4m
12m
What is the range? 0.5, 2.7, 0.2, -1.4
What is the range?
0.5, 2.7, 0.2, -1.4
the cuboid? 4m 12m What is the range? 0.5, 2.7, 0.2, -1.4 Score: /7 Circle which

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x 10% and

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Think of power rules Find x 10% and

Think of

power rules

Find x

10% and 1% will be key

How many

parts in

total?

Do you know all the side?

Draw the S,D,T triangle

What

should the

total be?

Simplify (2b) 4
Simplify
(2b) 4

Solve

9(x-3) = 2(4-2x)

Find 5% of $560
Find 5% of
$560

Share 2000 in the ratio

1:3

5m 4m
5m
4m
Create and sketch a triangle with area 24 m² If the mean is 20 what
Create and sketch a triangle with area 24 m²
If the mean is 20 what is x?
5, x, 25
with area 24 m² If the mean is 20 what is x? 5, x, 25 Score:

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Y=MX+C Do we write the x sign? How

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Y=MX+C Do we write the x sign? How

Y=MX+C

Do we

write the

x sign?

How many parts are the

girls?

Between 1

and 10?

Average of

coordinates

Draw the

triangle

How many

letters in

total?

What is the gradient and y intercept? 3y=x+21
What is the gradient and y intercept?
3y=x+21

Simplify

e+e+e+e+e

Ratio Problem If boys and girls are in the ratio of 5:3 and there are
Ratio Problem
If boys and girls are in the ratio of 5:3 and there are 100 boys.
How many girls are there?

Convert to standard form

0.00032

Find the midpoint of these two coordinates (6,20)(2,6)
Find the midpoint of these two coordinates
(6,20)(2,6)
If the area of a triangle is 18 m² and the base is 6 m
If the area of a triangle is 18 m² and the base is 6 m
long. What is the vertical height?
LAPTOP
the base is 6 m long. What is the vertical height? LAPTOP Score: /7 Circle which

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Find x Same steps as equations LCM Possibly

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Find x Same steps as equations LCM Possibly

Find x

Same

steps as

equations

LCM

Possibly

turn to

improper

fractions

How many mm in a cm?

Remember it is half a circle

The axes are x and y

2x+20= 3 8
2x+20= 3
8

Solve

7x 3 > 2x 8

1 12 + 6 2
1
12 + 6 2
2 1 9 +2 2 5
2
1 9 +2 2
5
Convert to mm 0.52cm
Convert to mm
0.52cm
Find the area in terms of π 10mm
Find the area in
terms of π
10mm
Produce a sketch of how you use a line of best fit to estimate on
Produce a sketch of how you use a line of best fit to
estimate on a scatter graph
you use a line of best fit to estimate on a scatter graph Score: /7 Circle

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Common difference What does n represent? LCM Improper

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Common difference What does n represent? LCM Improper

Common

difference

What does n

represent?

LCM

Improper

fractions?

Should you have more or less £?

What shapes can you see?

What do

probabilities

add up to?

Find the nth term of the following sequence… 120, 124, 128…
Find the nth term of the following sequence…
120, 124, 128…

Find the 6 th term of the sequence with nth term…

100 - 2n²

8− 2 3
8− 2
3
1 1 8 2 −5 3
1
1
8 2 −5
3
If £1 = $1.25. What is $10 in pounds (£)
If £1 = $1.25. What is $10
in pounds (£)
30m Find the area of this 2m 10m compound shape… 7m If the probability that
30m
Find the area of this
2m
10m
compound shape…
7m
If the probability that I buy a car tomorrow 0.08 what is
the probability that I do not?
a car tomorrow 0.08 what is the probability that I do not? Score: /7 Circle which

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Grid method? Substitution Common denominators not needed Improper

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Grid method? Substitution Common denominators not needed Improper

Grid

method?

Substitution

Common

denominators

not needed

Improper

fraction?

Recall

formula

Total sum?

Think of

the rhyme

Expand and simplify (10x+2)(x-4)
Expand and simplify
(10x+2)(x-4)

If x=-8 and y=3 what is the value of

5(x+y)

2 5 × 11 1
2
5 × 11 1
9−2 2 3
9−2 2
3
3m 2m 14m
3m
2m
14m
Calculate 107° x° 47° missing angle x 161°
Calculate
107°
47°
missing angle x
161°
Write an example of a leading question
Write an example of a leading question
angle x 161° Write an example of a leading question Score: /7 Circle which area you

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS What is common? What type of expression is

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS What is common? What type of expression is

What is

common?

What type of expression is

this?

Do we need

to divide?

Improper

fraction?

What angle

rule?

Which angle

rule?

50:50

Factorise 100 – 25a
Factorise
100 – 25a

Factorise

x²-x-42

1 1 10 ÷ 2
1
1
10 ÷ 2
9 5 10 ÷1 7
9 5
10 ÷1 7
5x° Find x 4x°
5x°
Find x
4x°
Calculate 120° missing angle x x°
Calculate
120°
missing angle x
If 82 babies where born in the village last year, how many would you expect
If 82 babies where born in the village last year, how many
would you expect to be boys?
village last year, how many would you expect to be boys? Score: /7 Circle which area

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Integer means whole number? What type of expression

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Integer means whole number? What type of expression

Integer

means whole

number?

What type of expression is this?

Do we need

to divide?

Improper

fraction?

What angle

rule

Cross

section first

OR means

ADD

What integers satisfy this inequality? 3 < x < 8
What integers satisfy this inequality?
3 < x < 8

Factorise

x²+12x+20

1 1 8 ÷ 3
1 1
8 ÷ 3
7 1 10 ÷2 7
7 1
10 ÷2 7
x+30° Find x 2x°
x+30°
Find x
2x°
What is the volume of a cylinder with a radius of 5m and a height
What is the volume of a cylinder with a radius of 5m and a
height of 10m. Leave your answer in terms of π
What is the probability of rolling a 1 or a 2
on a die?
π What is the probability of rolling a 1 or a 2 on a die? Score:

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9 – 1 GCSE (Foundation) J. Rimmer HINTS Collect like terms Make it x = the