1 Go through 2 past Papers

2. Graphs

Quadratic Graphs - be able to write down co-ordinates

Identify maximum, minimum points and lines of symmetry

Identify graphs p.238-237 q2, q4, q8

Use a graph to find solutions p.241 q2, 4

3. Using a formula p337 q1, 4, 5

Changing the subject of a formula p347 q4,5

4 Angles in shapes

acute, obtuse, reflex

equilateral, isosceles, scalene

constructing triangles

p550 q2

5 Algebra

Simplifying Terms (Expanding brackets) p197 q7, p199 q3

FOIL p.262 Q1 and 2

Factorise p259 q1

6 Sequences

term to term rule p.433 1 and 2

patterns of shapes p440 q5,6

7 Constructions

Perpendicular Bisector of a line p.460

Angle Bisector p.462

Locus of points p.464

p.466 q1, p.467 q3

## Tuesday, 19 May 2009

### Revision: Higher

1. Go through 2 past Papers

2. Prove that triangles are Congruent P520, P521 Q1

SAS

SSS

ASA or AAS

RHS

3. Calculate equations of a line through a point and perpendicular to a given line

P514 questions 4 to 8

P515 questions 2 to 8

4. Use Sine and Cosine Rule P661, 662 q2

Area 1/2absinC P664 Q2

Cosine Rule P665 Q2 (see P667)

5. Graphs - I don't have time to teach!

Recognise non-linear graphs

quadratics, reciprocal, cubic, sine, cosine

p576 3,5,7

p580 8,9,11

Transforming functions

recognise functional notation

TRANSLATIONS P 589

y = f(x) + a

y = f(x+a)

STRETCH

y=af(x)

y = f(ax)

ExB p594 questions 1 to 5, ExB p599 questions 1 to 3

2. Prove that triangles are Congruent P520, P521 Q1

SAS

SSS

ASA or AAS

RHS

3. Calculate equations of a line through a point and perpendicular to a given line

P514 questions 4 to 8

P515 questions 2 to 8

4. Use Sine and Cosine Rule P661, 662 q2

Area 1/2absinC P664 Q2

Cosine Rule P665 Q2 (see P667)

5. Graphs - I don't have time to teach!

Recognise non-linear graphs

quadratics, reciprocal, cubic, sine, cosine

p576 3,5,7

p580 8,9,11

Transforming functions

recognise functional notation

TRANSLATIONS P 589

y = f(x) + a

y = f(x+a)

STRETCH

y=af(x)

y = f(ax)

ExB p594 questions 1 to 5, ExB p599 questions 1 to 3

## Tuesday, 12 May 2009

### Revision - Higher Tier

1.Vector Geometry

P679 1 and 3 , P681 Do yourself Chapter Review 1 to 10

2.Simultaneous Equations P540 Q2

3.Algebraic Fractions P.305 (Covers factorising as well!) ***

4.Graphs/Gradients p500 Q5, perpendicular gradient p506, Q1, 6, 7

5.Equalities/Inequalities p387, p392 q7, p395 Q9,10

6.Sequences Chapter 28 p.433 q2, p439 q4

7.Graphs of cubic etc. Chapter 37, 40 (Probably paper 2)

8.Transforming Graphs Chapters 40/41

9. Chapter 23 //lines, rhombus, //gram p.316 exb, polygons p.324 q6 &7, Pythagoras p.329 q9

10. Indices p.333, writing formulas p.343

11 Changing subject of a formula p.345, 352 q.5

12. Chapter 25 perimeter and area //gram, triangle, circle, composite

13 Volume of Prism p.429 q6 to 10

14 Chapter 30 Constructions

15 congruent, similar p527

16 chapter 35 paper 2 SOHCAHTOA, 3D

17 Arc length, Are sector, dimensions p568

18 circle theorems ch39 p.635 ALTERNATE SEGMENT THEOREM

19 Quadratic equations p.640 q1 to 4, p643 q3 to 8, COMPLETE THE SQUARE p.646 all

20 sine rule, cosine rule ch41

21 Chapter 42 Vectors

22. Past Papers (see November 2008)

P679 1 and 3 , P681 Do yourself Chapter Review 1 to 10

2.Simultaneous Equations P540 Q2

3.Algebraic Fractions P.305 (Covers factorising as well!) ***

4.Graphs/Gradients p500 Q5, perpendicular gradient p506, Q1, 6, 7

5.Equalities/Inequalities p387, p392 q7, p395 Q9,10

6.Sequences Chapter 28 p.433 q2, p439 q4

7.Graphs of cubic etc. Chapter 37, 40 (Probably paper 2)

8.Transforming Graphs Chapters 40/41

9. Chapter 23 //lines, rhombus, //gram p.316 exb, polygons p.324 q6 &7, Pythagoras p.329 q9

10. Indices p.333, writing formulas p.343

11 Changing subject of a formula p.345, 352 q.5

12. Chapter 25 perimeter and area //gram, triangle, circle, composite

13 Volume of Prism p.429 q6 to 10

14 Chapter 30 Constructions

15 congruent, similar p527

16 chapter 35 paper 2 SOHCAHTOA, 3D

17 Arc length, Are sector, dimensions p568

18 circle theorems ch39 p.635 ALTERNATE SEGMENT THEOREM

19 Quadratic equations p.640 q1 to 4, p643 q3 to 8, COMPLETE THE SQUARE p.646 all

20 sine rule, cosine rule ch41

21 Chapter 42 Vectors

22. Past Papers (see November 2008)

## Monday, 11 May 2009

### Revision: Foundation Tier

Do you need any help from the following? I have given references to the Trevor Senior (Blue Book you have)

Finish the three Previous Papers 2006, 2007 and 2008 constructions

Solving Equations p434-435

Using formulas p464-465, P468

Sequences p499-501

Distance Time Graphs p.562-566

Factorising p.613, 615

Parallel lines p.621, quadrilaterals, p623, p625

regular polygons

writing as equations p.649

Area //gram , triangles p.660-661

circumference p.665, 669

area p.671

equalities p.686

inequalities p.692, 693, 694

nets, volumes p.718

finding the nth term p.734, 737

graphs/gradients p.745-747

quadratic graphs p.750-751

## Friday, 8 May 2009

### Algebra (Higher)

A collection of links, videos etc that will give you last minute revision

Bitesize has a comprehensive list

Bitesize does Simultaneous Equations

A really, really good Mind Map - I like these

Factorising

Common Factors

If you can stay awake this is video 35 of 51

Factorising Quadratics

A worksheet explaining quadratics such as 2x2 + 5x − 7.

Oh dear he tries to be funny - a difference of 2 Squares

Bitesize has a comprehensive list

Bitesize does Simultaneous Equations

A really, really good Mind Map - I like these

Factorising

Common Factors

If you can stay awake this is video 35 of 51

Factorising Quadratics

A worksheet explaining quadratics such as 2x2 + 5x − 7.

Oh dear he tries to be funny - a difference of 2 Squares

Labels:
algebra,
factorising,
simultaneous

## Thursday, 7 May 2009

### Trigonometry: Graphs

Chapter 37 Graphs

I'll add things later - but do subscribe/follow it'll help - this topic will be on the second paper.

Cubic Functions

- Have a look at Bitesize Cubic Function )
- Have a look at the links - there is a good summary of the graphs you should know.

A video that is American but watch once!

Labels:
cosine,
cubic,
graphs,
reciprocal,
reflection,
sine,
stretch,
translation

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