**Subject: **Mathematics

**Level:** GCSE, Secondary

**Category**: Descriptive, Interactive

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

Windows 7, Windows 8

**Media**: Downloadable

Variable-Input Questions

Miscellaneous Questions

Topics

Key Features

**Maths I** is an interactive software for practising mathematics in secondary level.
The content is divided into several manageable sections.
Each presents
a concise, illustrated description of a particular mathematical concept,
followed by examples and selected questions with solutions.
Built-in calculation features enable practising a particular style of question
with values automatically suggested by the software or typed into the question text.

**Maths I** encourages a learning style that starts with studying the theory,
reviewing the examples, solving the questions and comparing with the solution provided by the software.

Each topic contains one or more variable-input questions that vary their numerical parameters each time they are displayed. These values can also be typed into the question's text boxes. Maths I will calculate a new step-by-step solution based on the input, and display the result. The relevant changes will also be reflected on the solution's graphs.

A special miscellaneous questions topic helps with revision by automatically presenting questions at random from all of the different sections 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.

**Table of contents**for selecting a particular topic to study.**Keyword index**for searching for a particular section.**Navigation buttons**for moving between related sections and questions.

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