**Subject: **Mathematics

**Level:** GCSE/Secondary

**Category**: Learning

**OS**: Windows XP, Windows Vista,

Windows 7, Windows 8

**Media**: Download

Variable-Input Questions

Miscellaneous Questions

Topics

Key Features

**Maths I** is a learning and revision software designed to help
you build a good foundation in secondary level mathematics
and develop your knowledge of a broad range of core topics. Each section presents
a **concise, illustrated explanation** of a particular mathematical concept,
followed by fully worked examples and a set of related **questions with step-by-step solutions**.
Built-in **calculation features** enable you to practise a particular style of question
with values automatically suggested by the software or typed into the question text.

The Maths I learning style encourages you to review the topics to further your understanding of the theory, before proceeding to practical activities that enhance your problem-solving skills. For exam preparation and good practice, it is recommended to try each question on paper and compare your answer with the solution provided by the software.

Each topic contains one or more **variable-input questions** that change each
time they are displayed, which means you can repeat the same style of question
with a different calculation each time. Specific values can also be typed
into the changing parts of the question and Maths I will **calculate a new
step-by-step solution** based on the input, complete with graphs and diagrams.

A special **miscellaneous questions** topic helps with revision by
automatically presenting questions at random from all of the different topics in Maths I.

Maths I covers the following topics:

**Arithmetic**: types of numbers, LCM, HCF, fractions, reciprocals, decimals, approximations, indices, roots, ratios, etc.**Algebra**: simplification, factorisation, linear equations, quadratic equations, simultaneous linear equations, etc.**Sequences**: generating terms, patterns, etc.**Graphs and Functions**: coordinates, linear, quadratic, cubic, reciprocal, trigonometric, etc.**Geometry**: angles, lines, bearings, 2D & 3D, triangles, polygons, kite, trapezium, quadrilaterals, circles, prisms, pyramids, transformations, etc.**Statistics**: measures of a set of data, frequency tables, interquartile range, grouped data, cumulative frequency, lines of best fit, pie charts, stem and leaf diagram, probability, etc.

- Organised
**table of contents**for easily choosing a particular topic to study. - Keyword
**index**for quickly finding a relevant topic. **Navigation buttons**for moving around related topics and questions.

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