Algebra

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• Revise by topic: Expressions, equations, inequalities, advanced expression equations, patterns and sequences, graphs.
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More details on topics:1.Expressions, equations etc:

• The language of algebra
• Simplifying expressions (1)
• Simplifying expressions (2)
• Solving equations with brackets
• Multiplying expressions
• Equations with the variable on both sides (1)
• Formulae, expressions and equations
• Expansion, simplification and factorisation (1)
• Rearranging formulas (1)
• Solving linear equations
• Equations with the variable on both sides (2)
• Setting up equations
• Substitution
• Trial and Improvement
• Identities
• Expansion, simplification and factorisation (2)
• Rearranging formulas (2)
• Squaring brackets
• Difference of two squares
• Solving quadratic equations by factorisation (1)
• Factorising a quadratic with a unit coefficient of x²
• Solving quadratics of the form ax² + bx + c = 0
• Solving quadratic equations by factorisation (2)
• Using the quadratic formula without a calculator
• Solving problems with quadratic equations
• Solving a quadratic equation by completing the square
• Quadratic equations with no solution

2. Inequalities (F & H)

• Inequalities
• Solving inequalities
• Inequalities on number lines
• Graphical inequalities
• More than one inequality

3. Patterns and sequences (F)

• Patterns in number
• Number sequences
• The nth term of a sequence
• Finding the nth term
• Special sequences
• Finding the nth term from given patterns

• Uses of graphs-solving linear simultaneous equations
• Simultaneous equations
• Setting up simultaneous equations
• Algebraic fractions
• Solving equations with algebraic fractions
• Linear and non-linear simultaneous equations

5. Graphs (F)

• Negative coordinates
• Conversion graphs
• Drawing graphs from tables
• Travel graphs
• Linear graphs
• Line lengths and mid-points
• Real-life graphs
• Cover-up method for drawing graphs
• Using graphs to solve quadratic equations

6. Graphs (H)

• 3D coordinates
• Parallel and perpendicular lines