Year 10 Summer Revision 2020
venn_diagram.pdf  
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volume_of_3d_shapes_revision.pdf  
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ratio_proportion_and_rate_of_change.pdf  
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graphs_of_function_and_equation.pdf  
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upper_bound_and_lower_bound_revision.pdf  
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indices_and_surds_revision.pdf  
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linear_and_quadratic_equations_revision.pdf  
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number_ratio_revision.pdf  
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circle_theorem_revision.pdf  
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algebra_revision.pdf  
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If you want more general revision, you can visit http://cimt.org.uk/projects/mepres/allgcse/allgcse.htm
Order of Topics
In Green are the Add Maths Topics, a selection of which would be covered by certain classes.
Autumn Term 1
Fractional Indices  Use index notation involving fractional, negative and zero powers. Algebraic Fractions  Manipulate algebraic fractions where the numerator and/or the denominator can be numeric, linear or quadratic. Identities and Proof  Use algebra to support and construct proofs Surds  Convert recurring decimals into fractions  Manipulate surds, including rationalising a denominator Exponentials and Logarithms  Graph y=ka^x, where a is positive  Logarithm as the inverse of a^x  Laws of logarithms 
Autumn Term 2
Sets  Set notation union, intersection and element of and not an element of  Universal Set and the Empty Set and the symbols for these sets  Complement of a set  Venn diagrams  The notation n(A) for the number of elements in set A Layer Test Circle Theorems and Intersecting Chords  Recognise the terms 'centre', 'radius', 'chord', 'diameter', 'circumference', 'tangent', 'arc', 'sector' and 'segment' of a circle  Chord and tangent properties of circles  Internal and external intersecting chord properties  Cyclic quadrilateral  Circle theorems  angle subtended by an arc at the centre of a circle is twice the angle subtended at any point on the remaining part of the circumference;  angle subtended at the circumference by a diameter is a right angle;  angles in the same segment are equal;  the sum of the opposite angles of a cyclic quadrilateral is 180;  The alternate segment theorem Upper and lower bounds  Identify upper and lower bounds where values are given to a degree of accuracy  Use estimation to evaluate approximations to numerical calculations  Solve problems using upper and lower bounds where values are given to a degree of accuracy 
Spring Term 1
The Sine and Cosine Rules  The sine and cosine rules for any triangle  The area of a triangle, ½absinC Formulae of constant acceleration Completing the square and the quadratic formula  Complete the square  Quadratic formula Probability  Venn diagram  Probability of the complement of an event happening  Addition rule for mutually exclusive events  Expected frequency  Tree diagrams  Independent events  Conditional probability when combining events 
Spring Term 2
Spheres, Cones and Pyramids  Volume of prisms, including cuboids and cylinders  Surface area and volume of a sphere  Surface area and volume of a cone Pythagoras and trigonometry in 3D  Pythagoras’ Theorem in three dimensions  3D trigonometry Spring Term Test Upper and lower bounds  Upper and lower bounds 
Summer Term 1
Inequalities – Quadratics and Graphing  Understand and use the convention for open and closed intervals on a number line  Solve simple linear inequalities in one variable and represent the solution set on a number line  Represent simple linear inequalities on rectangular cartesian graphs  Identify regions on rectangular cartesian graphs defined by simple linear inequalities  Solve quadratic inequalities in one unknown and represent the solution set on a number line  Identify harder examples of regions defined by linear inequalities Linear Programming  Express real situations in terms of linear inequalities  Maximization and minimization problems  Objective function Linearising data (logarithms) Exams 
Summer Term 2
Exams Quadratic Simultaneous equations  Solve simultaneous equations where one equation is linear and the other quadratic  Interpret the equations as lines and the common solution as the point of intersection Use graphs to solve simultaneous equations Equations of Circles Histograms  Construct and interpret histograms Trigonometric graphs and trigonometry with larger angles  Understand and use sine, cosine and tangent of obtuse angles  Recognise, plot and draw graphs with trigonometric equations Trigonometric identities  Know and use the identity tan(θ)=sin(θ)/cos(θ)  Know and use the identity sin^2(θ)+cos^2(θ)=1 
Practice Questions per Topic
"Drill questions" to get your skills up 
Harder Questions of Grade 9 Level 
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Revision packs 2019
Below you will find the questions and solutions for this year's revision pack. Note that solutions may contain errors, let us know and we will list corrections below. Solutions include additional maths topics so ignore these if not appropriate.


Corrections: Solutions to revision by topic, inequalities section, first inequality sign needs to be reversed.
Other IGCSE Revision Materials
Answers to the 6 Edexcel practice papers
A great set of worksheets to revise from! Ask your teachers for solutions if needed.
A workbook (which you can purchase alongside a guide with answers) to get you started.
Questions for IGCSE sorted by topic can be found here.
Revision guides by IGCSE topic can be found and printed here.
A great set of worksheets to revise from! Ask your teachers for solutions if needed.
A workbook (which you can purchase alongside a guide with answers) to get you started.
Questions for IGCSE sorted by topic can be found here.
Revision guides by IGCSE topic can be found and printed here.
Year 10 formula sheet