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Step your way through the tricky subject area of algebra. This course includes an introduction to algebra, simplifying algebraic expressions, order conventions, and operating with zero and one.
Want a better understanding of Arithmetic Laws? This course includes topics such as: Simple and complex order of operations, alongside the laws of operation with respect to common mathematical operators.
Get to know more about bearings and angles. This course includes topics such as: construction parallel lines and right angles, bisecting angles, and measuring angles.
Get to the bottom of data investigation with this introductory course. Topics include: Tabulating data, bar and column graphs, line graphs, dot graphs and pictographs.
Need an introduction to data measures? This course includes topics for understanding how to reliably measure and analyse data, such as: Mode, median, mean, range, outliers, and robust measures.
What’s the point of decimal numbers? This course includes topics such as: Converting decimal numbers to and from fractions, various operations involving decimals and how to round decimal numbers.
Looking to improve your knowledge of mathematical equations? This introductory course includes topics such as: understanding equations, alongside one-step equations involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division operations.
Learn your way around fractions. This course includes topics such as: Writing a fraction, equivalent fractions, operations involving fractions with common and different denominators, simplifying fractions, and working with mixed numbers.
Navigate your way through the topic of co-ordinates. This course includes theory and practical exercises in the alphanumeric mapping system, the Cartesian Plane, maps and scale.
Need an introduction to the International System of Units of Measurement? This course covers how to measure shapes (rectangles, squares, parallelograms and triangles), area conversions and basic measurements of mass/temperature.
Get a good understanding of numbers and place values. This course includes topics such as: Writing place value, expanded notation, order of operations, prime and composite numbers, rounding, least common multiples (LCMs) and highest common factors (HCFs).
Learn all about percentages. This course includes topics such as: Calculating increases and decreases by percentage, expressing fractions and decimals as percentages, working out the percentages of quantities, simple interest and commission.
Looking to increase your odds of understanding probability? This course includes theory and practical exercises in relative frequency, simple probability, expected number and boundaries.
Want to learn more about rates? This course includes the theory and practical exercises in simple rates, changing rate names, and direct proportion.
Struggling with the concept of time in maths? This course includes topics such as: Theory and practical exercises for 12- and 24-hour time conversions, calculating time differences, the Gregorian calendar, and timetables.
Get a basic understanding of transformations. This course includes the theory and practical exercises in lines of symmetry, reflections, rotations, translations, and rotational symmetry.
Looking to improve your knowledge of volume? This includes topics such as the volume of squares, rectangular and composite shapes prism.
Learn more about whole numbers, also known as integers. This course includes topics such as: Theoretical and practical exercises in ordering, listing and graphing integers; adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers; and problem solving with integers.