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Subject: Mathematics
Level: GCSE/Secondary
Category: Learning
OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista,
Windows 7, Windows 8
Media: Download

Maths I

Foundation Mathematics

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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.

Variable-Input Questions

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.

Screenshot - Measures of a Set of Grouped Data Screenshot - Quadratic Graphs Screenshot - Recurring Decimals Screenshot - Simultaneous Linear Equations

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Miscellaneous Questions

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

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Topics

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.

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Key Features

  • 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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