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Addition | N | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | a | Column Method, D | Addition in the TH H T U columns, using a mixture of differentiated questions. |

Addition | N | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | b | Column Method, U | Addition in the T U columns. All numbers will contain one digit. You have to add the two numbers together using the column method to find the answer. |

Addition | N | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | c | Column Method, T | Addition in the H T U columns. All numbers will contain two digits. You have to add the two numbers together using the column method to find the answer. |

Addition | N | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | d | Column Method, H | Addition in the TH H T U columns. All numbers will contain three digits. You have to add the two numbers together using the column method to find the answer. |

Addition | N | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | e | Column Method, TH | Addition in the TH H T U columns. All numbers will contain four digits. You have to add the two numbers together using the column method to find the answer. |

Addition | N | . | 1 | . | 2 | . | a | Adding Fractions | All the fractions have the same denominator. You have to add the fractions and the answer will be a fraction. |

Addition | N | . | 1 | . | 2 | . | b | Adding Fractions, Mixed Number | The fractions have the same denominator in each question. You have to add the fractions together. The answer could be an improper fraction (top heavy). In this case you would have to simplify it to a mixed number. |

Addition | N | . | 1 | . | 4 | . | a | Adding Decimals between 0 – 1, Column Method | You have to add two or three decimal numbers between 0 – 1 together using the column method. |

Addition | N | . | 1 | . | 4 | . | b | Adding Decimals between 0 – 100, Column Method | You have to add two or three decimal numbers between 0 – 100 together using the column method. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | a | Positive Linear Graph, Table, x + c = y | Plot a positive linear graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of x + c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | b | Positive Linear Graph, Table, x – c = y | Plot a positive linear graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of x – c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | c | Positive Linear Graph, Table, x ± c = y | Plot a positive linear graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of x ± c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 2 | . | a | Negative Linear Graph, Table, -x + c = y | Plot a negative linear graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of x + c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 2 | . | b | Negative Linear Graph, Table, -x – c = y | Plot a negative linear graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of x – c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 2 | . | c | Negative Linear Graph, Table, -x ± c = y | Plot a negative linear graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of x ± c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 3 | . | a | Positive Linear Graph, Table, bx + c = y | Plot a positive linear graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of bx + c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 3 | . | b | Positive Linear Graph, Table, bx – c = y | Plot a positive linear graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of bx – c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 3 | . | c | Positive Linear Graph, Table, bx ± c = y | Plot a positive linear graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of bx ± c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 4 | . | a | Negative Linear Graph, Table, -bx + c = y | Plot a negative linear graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of -bx + c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 4 | . | b | Negative Linear Graph, Table, -bx – c = y | Plot a negative linear graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of -bx – c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 4 | . | c | Negative Linear Graph, Table, -bx ± c = y | Plot a negative linear graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of -bx ± c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 5 | . | a | Positive Quadratic Graph, Table, x2 + bx + c = y | Plot a positive quadratic graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of x<sup>2 + bx + c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 5 | . | b | Positive Quadratic Graph, Table, x2 + bx – c = y | Plot a positive quadratic graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of x<sup>2 + bx – c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 5 | . | c | Positive Quadratic Graph, Table, x2 – bx + c = y | Plot a positive quadratic graph by filling in a table. Plots the graph of x<sup>2 – bx + c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 5 | . | d | Positive Quadratic Graph, Table, x2 – bx – c = y | Plot a positive quadratic graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of x<sup>2 – bx – c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 5 | . | e | Positive Quadratic Graph, Table, x2 ± bx – c = y | Plot a positive quadratic graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of x<sup>2 ± bx – c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 5 | . | f | Positive Quadratic Graph, Table, x2 ± bx + c = y | Plot a positive quadratic graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of x<sup>2 ± bx + c = y. |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 6 | . | a | Negative Quadratic = y Graph, Table, – x2 + bx + c = y | Plot a negative quadratic = y graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of – x<sup>2 + bx + c = y |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 6 | . | b | Negative Quadratic = y Graph, Table, – x2 + bx – c = y | Plot a negative quadratic = y graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of – x<sup>2 + bx – c = y |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 6 | . | c | Negative Quadratic = y Graph, Table, – x2 – bx + c = y | Plot a negative quadratic = y graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of – x<sup>2 – bx + c = y |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 6 | . | d | Negative Quadratic = y Graph, Table, – x2 – bx – c = y | Plot a negative quadratic = y graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of – x<sup>2 – bx – c = y |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 6 | . | e | Negative Quadratic = y Graph, Table, – x2 ± bx – c = y | Plot a negative quadratic = y graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of – x<sup>2 ± bx – c = y |

Algebraic Graphs | G | . | 1 | . | 6 | . | f | Negative Quadratic = y Graph, Table, – x2 ± bx + c = y | Plot a negative quadratic = y graph by filling in a table. All questions are in the form of – x<sup>2 ± bx + c = y |

Angles | SHM | . | 3 | . | 2 | . | a | Triangle, Straight Line | You have to use angles on a straight line and inside a triangle to calculate the missing angle. |

Angles | SHM | . | 3 | . | 3 | . | a | Missing Angle in a Triangle, Isosceles, Scalene, Right Angle, D | You have to find the missing angle in an isosceles, right angle and scalene triangle. |

Angles | SHM | . | 3 | . | 4 | . | a | Pythagoras | You have to find the length of the hypotenuse or one of the smaller sides of the triangle. |

Angles | SHM | . | 3 | . | 5 | . | a | Sine Rule, Missing Angle, Missing Side Length | You have to work out the missing angle or missing side using the Sine rule. |

Angles | SHM | . | 3 | . | 5 | . | b | Cosine Rule, Missing Angle, Missing Side Length | You have to work out the missing angle or side using the Cosine rule. |

Angles | SHM | . | 3 | . | 7 | . | a | Vertically Opposite Angles | You have to work out the size of missing angles using vertically opposite angles. |

Angles | SHM | . | 3 | . | 7 | . | b | Alternate, Interior, Corresponding Angles. | This gives you the definitions of alternate, interior and corresponding angles. The questions test that you can use these rules to find the size of the missing angles. |

Area / Perimeter | SHM | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | a | Triangle 1/2 x height x base | You have to find the area of a triangle using the formula 1/2 x base x height. |

Area / Perimeter | SHM | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | b | Simple Rectangle | You have to work out the area of a rectangle using the height and length. |

Area / Perimeter | SHM | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | c | Area of a Rectangle, Missing Side | You have to work out the area of a rectangle. The shape will have a missing value for the length or height. The missing side has to be worked out in order to find the area of the shape. |

Area / Perimeter | SHM | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | d | Compound Shape | You have to work out the area of a compound shape using the height and length. |

Area / Perimeter | SHM | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | e | Compound Shape, Unknown Sides | You have to work out the area of a compound shape. The shape will have missing values for the length of some sides, represented by a letter. The missing side has to be worked out in order to find the area of the shape. |

Area / Perimeter | SHM | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | f | Area of a Compound Shape, 2 Unknown Sides | You have to work out the area of a compound shape. Some sides have the size represented with a letter. The letter has to be worked out in order to find the area of the shape. |

Area / Perimeter | SHM | . | 1 | . | 2 | . | a | Perimeter of a Simple Rectangle | You have to work out the perimeter of a rectangle using the height and length. |

Area / Perimeter | SHM | . | 1 | . | 2 | . | b | Perimeter of a Compound Shape | You have to work out the perimeter of a compound shape. Some sides have the size represented with a letter. The letter has to be worked out in order to find the perimeter of the shape. |

Averages | D | . | 2 | . | 1 | . | a | Grouped Continuous Data | Find the mean from grouped data in a table. The data is continuous. |

Averages | D | . | 2 | . | 2 | . | a | Discrete Data, Frequency Table | You have to find the class interval that contains the median. The frequency table contains discrete data. |

Averages | D | . | 2 | . | 2 | . | b | Continuous Data, Frequency Table | You have to find the class interval that contains the median. The frequency table contains continuous data. |

Averages | D | . | 2 | . | 3 | . | a | Discrete Data, Frequency Table | You have to work out the mean from a frequency table. The table contains discrete data. |

Averages | D | . | 2 | . | 3 | . | b | Discrete Data, Frequency Table, Sigma Notation | You have to work out the mean from a frequency table. The table contains discrete data. The formula for the mean is given using sigma. |

Averages | D | . | 2 | . | 3 | . | c | Continuous Data, Frequency Table | You have to work out the mean from a frequency table. The table contains continuous data. |

Averages | D | . | 2 | . | 3 | . | d | Continuous Data, Frequency Table, Sigma Notation | You have to work out the mean from a frequency table. The table contains continuous data. The formula for the mean is given using sigma. |

Averages | D | . | 2 | . | 5 | . | a | Mode, Median, Mean & Range, List Of Data, Odd | You have to find the mode, median, mean & range from a list of data. There is an odd amount of data (15). |

Averages | D | . | 2 | . | 5 | . | b | Mode, Median, Mean & Range, List Of Data, Even | You have to find the mode, median, mean & range from a list of data. There is an even amount of data (14). |

Averages | D | . | 2 | . | 5 | . | c | Mode, Range, List Of Data, Odd | You have to find the mode & range from a list of data. There is an odd amount of data (15). |

Averages | D | . | 2 | . | 5 | . | d | Mode, Range, List Of Data, Even | You have to find the mode & range from a list of data. There is an even amount of data (14). |

Bar Chart | D | . | 4 | . | 1 | . | a | Bar Chart, Plot | You have to plot a bar chart for a table of data. |

Bearings | M | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | a | How to Find and Write a Bearing | Shows you how to find a bearing, then how to write the bearing. |

BIDMAS | N | . | 5 | . | 1 | . | a | BIDMAS, Indices, Multiplication, Addition | BIDMAS questions using indices, multiplication and addition. |

BIDMAS | N | . | 5 | . | 1 | . | b | BIDMAS, Indices, Multiplication, Addition, -ve | BIDMAS questions using indices, multiplication and addition. Answers may contain negative numbers. |

BIDMAS | N | . | 5 | . | 1 | . | c | BIDMAS, Brackets, Multiplication, Addition | BIDMAS questions using brackets, multiplication and addition. |

BIDMAS | N | . | 5 | . | 1 | . | d | BIDMAS, Brackets, Multiplication, Addition, -ve | BIDMAS questions using brackets, multiplication and addition. Answers may contain negative numbers. |

BIDMAS | N | . | 5 | . | 1 | . | e | BIDMAS | Mixture of all different types of BIDMAS questions. |

BIDMAS | N | . | 5 | . | 1 | . | f | BIDMAS, -ve | Mixture of all different types of BIDMAS questions. Answers may contain negative numbers. |

BIDMAS | N | . | 5 | . | 2 | . | a | BIDMAS in Reverse | You have to decide where to use BIDMAS in a question, in order to get the answer shown. |

BIDMAS | N | . | 5 | . | 2 | . | b | BIDMAS in Reverse, -ve | You have to decide where to use BIDMAS in a question, in order to get the answer shown. Answers may contain negative numbers. |

Box & Whisker | D | . | 10 | . | 1 | . | a | Box & Whisker Construction | You have a list of data where you must work out the minimum value, max value, median, lower quartile and upper quartile to construct a box and whisker diagram. |

Circle Measures | SHM | . | 4 | . | 1 | . | a | Circumference, Radius, Diameter | You have to work out the circumference of a circle using the radius or the diameter. |

Circle Measures | SHM | . | 5 | . | 2 | . | a | Area, Radius, Diameter | You have to work out the area of a circle using the radius or the diameter. |

Circle Measures | SHM | . | 4 | . | 4 | . | a | Angles In A Semicircle | You must apply the theorem in order to find the missing value of an angle. |

Circle Measures | SHM | . | 4 | . | 4 | . | b | Angle at the Centre & Circumference of a Circle | You must apply the theorem in order to find the missing value of an angle. |

Circle Measures | SHM | . | 4 | . | 4 | . | c | Cyclic Quadrilateral | You must apply the theorem in order to find the missing value of an angle. |

Circle Measures | SHM | . | 4 | . | 4 | . | d | Alternate Segment Theorem | You must apply the theorem in order to find the missing value of an angle. |

Circle Measures | SHM | . | 4 | . | 4 | . | e | Tangent Meets a Radius | You must apply the theorem in order to find the missing value of an angle. |

Circle Measures | SHM | . | 4 | . | 4 | . | f | Two Tangents Theorem | You must apply the theorem in order to find the missing value of an angle. |

Completing The Square | A | . | 4 | . | 1 | . | a | Positive Quadratic, ±, D | You have to complete the square and find the value of x for a positive quadratic equation. All question are in the form of x<sup>2 ± bx ± cx = 0 |

Completing The Square | A | . | 4 | . | 1 | . | b | Positive Quadratic, ±, 2dp, D | You have to complete the square and find the value of x for a positive quadratic equation. All questions are in the form of x<sup>2 ± bx ± cx = 0. Answers are given to 2dp. |

Completing The Square | A | . | 4 | . | 1 | . | c | Positive Quadratic, + | You have to complete the square and find the value of x for a positive quadratic equation. All questions are in the form of x<sup>2 + bx + cx = 0 |

Completing The Square | A | . | 4 | . | 1 | . | d | Positive Quadratic, +, 2dp | You have to complete the square and find the value of x for a positive quadratic equation. All questions are in the form of x<sup>2 + bx + cx = 0. Answers are given to 2dp. |

Completing The Square | A | . | 4 | . | 1 | . | e | Positive Quadratic | You have to complete the square and find the value of x for a positive quadratic equation. All questions are in the form of x<sup>2 + bx – cx = 0 |

Completing The Square | A | . | 4 | . | 1 | . | f | Positive Quadratic, 2dp | You have to complete the square and find the value of x for a positive quadratic equation. All questions are in the form of x<sup>2 + bx – cx = 0. Answers are given to 2dp. |

Conversions Between Units | 0 | . | 4 | . | 2 | . | a | Conversion Between mg cg g kg | You have to convert between mg, cg, g and kg. |

Conversions Between Units | 0 | . | 4 | . | 3 | . | a | Conversion Between ml cl L kl | You have to convert between ml, cl, L and kl. |

Cube / Cube Root | N | . | 11 | . | 1 | . | a | Cube Numbers, Cube Root Numbers | This shows you how to work out cube and cube root numbers. You must then answer a series of questions. |

Cumulative Frequency | D | . | 6 | . | 1 | . | a | Continuous Data | You have to work out the cumulative frequency for a table of data. The data is continuous. |

Cumulative Frequency | D | . | 12 | . | 1 | . | a | Continuous Data | You have to work out the cumulative frequency for a table of data. The data is continuous. |

Division | N | . | 4 | . | 1 | . | a | Long Division | Using long division you must divide two numbers. The answer will always be a whole number. |

Division | N | . | 4 | . | 1 | . | b | Divide by 10 100 1000, Integer & Decimal Numbers | You will be given whole numbers and decimal numbers, where you have to divide them by 10, 100 or 1000 . |

Division | N | . | 4 | . | 1 | . | c | Divide by 10, Integer & Decimal Numbers | You will be given whole numbers and decimal numbers, where you have to divide them by 10. |

Division | N | . | 4 | . | 1 | . | d | Divide by 100, Integer & Decimal Numbers | You will be given whole numbers and decimal numbers, where you have to divide them by 100. |

Division | N | . | 4 | . | 1 | . | e | Divide by 1000, Integer & Decimal Numbers | You will be given whole numbers and decimal numbers, where you have to divide them by 1000. |

Division | N | . | 4 | . | 3 | . | a | Divide By 0.1 0.01 0.001, Integer & Decimal Numbers | You will be given whole numbers and decimal numbers, where you have to divide them by 0.1, 0.01 or 0.001. |

Division | N | . | 4 | . | 3 | . | b | Divide By 0.1, Integer & Decimal Numbers | You will be given whole numbers and decimal numbers, where you have to divide them by 0.1. |

Division | N | . | 4 | . | 3 | . | c | Divide By 0.01, Integer & Decimal Numbers | You will be given whole numbers and decimal numbers, where you have to divide them by 0.01. |

Division | N | . | 4 | . | 3 | . | d | Divide By 0.001, Integer & Decimal Numbers | You will be given whole numbers and decimal numbers, where you have to divide them by 0.001. |

Division | N | . | 4 | . | 3 | . | e | Divide by a Decimal Number, Fraction | You have to write the sum out as a fraction and then multiply the numerator and denominator by a multiple of 10. |

Expanding Brackets | A | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | a | Expand Linear Brackets a(x + a) | You have to expand one or two linear brackets. When expanding two linear brackets you must collect like terms. All questions contain positive answers. |

Expanding Brackets | A | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | b | Expand Linear Brackets a(x – a), ±ve | You have to expand one or two linear brackets. When expanding two linear brackets you must collect like terms. Answers could be positive or negative. |

Expanding Brackets | A | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | c | Expand Linear Brackets a(x ± a), ±ve | You have to expand one or two linear brackets. When expanding two linear brackets you must collect like terms. Answers could be positive or negative. |

Expanding Brackets | A | . | 1 | . | 3 | . | a | Expanding 2 Brackets (x + a)(x + a) | Expand 2 brackets using FOIL. |

Expanding Brackets | A | . | 1 | . | 3 | . | b | Expanding 2 Brackets (x – a)(x – a), -ve | Expand 2 brackets using FOIL. |

Expanding Brackets | A | . | 1 | . | 3 | . | c | Expanding 2 Brackets (x ± a)(x ± a), -ve | Expand 2 brackets using FOIL. |

Expanding Brackets | A | . | 1 | . | 3 | . | d | Expanding 2 Brackets (ax + a)(x + a) | Expand 2 brackets using FOIL. |

Expanding Brackets | A | . | 1 | . | 3 | . | e | Expanding 2 Brackets (ax – a)(x – a), -ve | Expand 2 brackets using FOIL. |

Expanding Brackets | A | . | 1 | . | 3 | . | f | Expanding 2 Brackets (ax ± a)(x ± a), -ve | Expand 2 brackets using FOIL. |

Factorising | A | . | 2 | . | 1 | . | a | Factorise Numbers and Letters, ±, D | You have to factorise numbers and letters in an expression. |

Factorising | 0 | 0 | 0 | . | 1 | . | b | Factorise Numbers, ±, D | You have to factorise numbers in an expression. |

Fraction of an Amount | N | . | 16 | . | 1 | . | a | Different Units, Whole Numbers | You have to find a fraction of an amount. All answers are whole numbers . |

Fraction of an Amount | N | . | 16 | . | 1 | . | b | Different Units, Decimal Numbers | You have to find a fraction of an amount. Answers may not be whole numbers. |

Frequency Polygon | D | . | 11 | . | 1 | . | a | Frequency Polygon | You have to plot a frequency polygon. |

Gradient | G | . | 2 | . | 1 | . | a | Two Points, Line | Using two co-ordinates, you need to work out the gradient of the line. |

Gradient | G | . | 2 | . | 2 | . | a | Perpendicular Gradient | Using the gradient, you must then find the perpendicular gradient. |

Gradient | G | . | 2 | . | 2 | . | b | Perpendicular Gradient, Equation of a Line | Using the equation of a line, you need to work out the perpendicular gradient. |

HCF | N | . | 7 | . | 1 | . | a | HCF, Prime Power Decomposition | You have to find the HCF of 2 or 3 numbers using prime power decomposition. |

HCF | N | . | 7 | . | 2 | . | a | HCF, List Multiples | You have to find the HCF of 2 or 3 numbers by listing all the multiples. |

Histogram | D | . | 9 | . | 1 | . | a | Equal Class Intervals | You have to construct a histogram with equal class intervals. |

Histogram | D | . | 9 | . | 1 | . | b | Unequal Class Intervals | You have to construct a histogram with unequal class intervals. |

Improper Fraction, Mixed Number | N | . | 17 | . | 1 | . | a | Improper Fraction into a Mixed Number | You have to convert an improper fraction into a mixed number. |

Improper Fraction, Mixed Number | N | . | 17 | . | 2 | . | a | Mixed Number into an Improper Fraction | You have to convert a mixed number into an improper fraction. |

Indices | A | . | 9 | . | 1 | . | a | Basic Rules of Indices | You have to use the basic rules of indices to simplify algebraic expressions. |

Indices | A | . | 9 | . | 1 | . | b | Rules of Indices | You have to use the rules of indices to simplify algebraic expressions. |

Inequalities | A | . | 6 | . | 1 | . | a | Represent Inequalities on a Number Line | You have to represent an inequality on a number line, using the appropriate symbols. |

Inequalities | A | . | 6 | . | 1 | . | b | Describe Inequalities, List All the Values | You have to describe an inequality in words. Then you have to list all the values in an inequality. |

Inequalities | A | . | 6 | . | 2 | . | a | x + a < b < > ≤ ≥ | Solve the inequalities x + a < b, x + a > b, x + a ≤ b and x + a ≥ b. All answers are positive. |

Inequalities | A | . | 6 | . | 2 | . | b | x – a < b < > ≤ ≥ | Solve the inequalities x – a < b, x – a > b, x – a ≤ b and x – a ≥ b. All answers are positive. |

Inequalities | A | . | 6 | . | 2 | . | c | x ± a < b < > ≤ ≥ | Solve the inequalities x ± a < b, x ± a > b, x ± a ≤ b and x ± a ≥ b. All answers are positive. |

Inequalities | A | . | 6 | . | 2 | . | f | x + a < -b < > ≤ ≥ , ±ve | Solve the inequalities x + a < -b, x + a > -b, x + a ≤ -b and x + a ≥ -b. Answers could be positive or negative. |

Inequalities | A | . | 6 | . | 2 | . | g | x – a < -b < > ≤ ≥ , ±ve | Solve the inequalities x – a < -b, x – a > -b, x – a ≤ -b and x + a ≥ -b. Answers could be positive or negative. |

Inequalities | A | . | 6 | . | 2 | . | h | x ± a < -b < > ≤ ≥ , ±ve | Solve the inequalities x ± a < -b, x ± a > -b, x ± a ≤ -b and x ± a ≥ -b. Answers could be positive or negative. |

Inequalities | A | . | 6 | . | 4 | . | a | ax + b < c < > ≤ ≥ | Solve the inequalities ax + b < c, ax + b > c, ax + b ≤ c and ax + b ≥ c. Answers will be a positive improper fraction, in some cases the fraction will simplify to a whole number or 1dp. |

Inequalities | A | . | 6 | . | 4 | . | b | ax – b < c < > ≤ ≥ | Solve the inequalities ax – b < c, ax – b > c, ax – b ≤ c and ax – b ≥ c. Answers will be a positive improper fraction, in some cases the fraction will simplify to a whole number or 1dp. |

Inequalities | A | . | 6 | . | 4 | . | c | ax ± b < c < > ≤ ≥ | Solve the inequalities ax ± b < c, ax ± b > c, ax ± b ≤ c and ax ± b ≥ c. Answers will be a positive improper fraction, in some cases the fraction will simplify to a whole number or 1dp. |

Inequalities | A | . | 6 | . | 8 | . | a | Solve a < x ± e < b, a < dx < b, a < dx ± e < b, < > ≤ ≥ D | You have to solve the inequality in order to get a set of values for x. |

LCM | N | . | 6 | . | 1 | . | a | LCM, Prime Power Decomposition | You have to find the LCM of 2 or 3 numbers using prime power decomposition. |

LCM | N | . | 6 | . | 2 | . | a | LCM, List Multiples | You have to find the LCM of 2 or 3 numbers by listing all the multiples. |

Money | M | . | 3 | . | 1 | . | a | Add Money | You have to add up to 3 amounts of money. |

Multiplication | N | . | 3 | . | 1 | . | a | Box Method, 2 digit x 2 digit | Multiply a two digit number by a two digit number, using the box method. |

Multiplication | N | . | 3 | . | 1 | . | b | Box Method, 3 digit x 3 digit | Multiply a three digit number by a three digit number, using the box method. |

Multiplication | N | . | 3 | . | 1 | . | c | Box Method, 4 digit x 4 digit | Multiply a four digit number by a four digit number, using the box method. |

Multiplication | N | . | 3 | . | 1 | . | d | Multiply By 10 100 1000, Integer & Decimal Numbers | You will be given whole numbers and decimal numbers, where you have to multiply them by 10, 100 or 1000. |

Multiplication | N | . | 3 | . | 1 | . | e | Multiply By 10, Integer & Decimal Numbers | You will be given whole numbers and decimal numbers, where you have to multiply them by 10. |

Multiplication | N | . | 3 | . | 1 | . | f | Multiply By 100, Integer & Decimal Numbers | You will be given whole numbers and decimal numbers, where you have to multiply them by 100. |

Multiplication | N | . | 3 | . | 1 | . | g | Multiply By 1000, Integer & Decimal Numbers | You will be given whole numbers and decimal numbers, where you have to multiply them by 1000. |

Multiplication | N | . | 3 | . | 2 | . | a | Multiplying Fractions | Multiply 2 fractions together. |

Multiplication | N | . | 3 | . | 3 | . | b | Multiplying Decimals, 3 Digit X 3 Digit | Multiply two decimal numbers together. In all questions you have to multiply a three digit number by a three digit number. |

Multiplication | N | . | 3 | . | 3 | . | c | Multiplying Decimals, 4 Digit X 4 Digit | Multiply two decimal numbers together. In all questions you have to multiply a four digit number by a four digit number. |

Multiplication | N | . | 3 | . | 3 | . | d | Multiply By 0.1 0.01 0.001, Integer & Decimal Numbers | You will be given whole numbers and decimal numbers, where you have to multiply them by 0.1, 0.01 or 0.001. |

Multiplication | N | . | 3 | . | 3 | . | e | Multiply By 0.1, Integer & Decimal Numbers | You will be given whole numbers and decimal numbers, where you have to multiply them by 0.1. |

Multiplication | N | . | 3 | . | 3 | . | f | Multiply By 0.01, Integer & Decimal Numbers | You will be given whole numbers and decimal numbers, where you have to multiply them by 0.01. |

Ordering | N | . | 12 | . | 3 | . | a | Ascending Order, 0 – 1 | You have to order decimal numbers from 0 – 1 in ascending order. |

Ordering | N | . | 12 | . | 3 | . | b | Descending Order, 0 – 1 | You have to order decimal numbers from 0 – 1 in descending order. |

Ordering | N | . | 12 | . | 3 | . | c | Ascending Order, 0 – 100 | You have to order decimal numbers from 0 – 100 in ascending order. |

Ordering | N | . | 12 | . | 3 | . | d | Descending Order, 0 – 100 | You have to order decimal numbers from 0 – 100 in descending order. |

Ordering | N | . | 12 | . | 4 | . | a | Ascending Order, Convert to Decimal, Denominator 100 | You have to put fractions, decimals and percentages into ascending order. This lesson converts everything into a decimal then puts them into ascending order. All fractions have a denominator of 100. |

Ordering | N | . | 12 | . | 4 | . | b | Ascending Order, Convert to Percentage, Denominator 100 | You have to put fractions, decimals and percentages into ascending order. This lesson converts everything into a percentage then puts them into ascending order. All fractions have a denominator of 100. |

Ordering | N | . | 12 | . | 4 | . | c | Descending Order, Convert to Decimal, Denominator 100 | You have to put fractions, decimals and percentages into descending order. This lesson converts everything into a decimal then puts them into descending order. All fractions have a denominator of 100. |

Ordering | N | . | 12 | . | 4 | . | d | Descending Order, Convert to Percentage, Denominator 100 | You have to put fractions, decimals and percentages into descending order. This lesson converts everything into a percentage then puts them into descending order. All fractions have a denominator of 100. |

Ordering | N | . | 12 | . | 4 | . | e | Ascending Order, Convert to Decimal | You have to put fractions, decimals and percentages into ascending order. This lesson converts everything into a decimal then puts them into ascending order. All fractions have a denominator NOT always 100. |

Ordering | N | . | 12 | . | 4 | . | f | Ascending Order, Convert to Percentage | You have to put fractions, decimals and percentages into ascending order. This lesson converts everything into a percentage then puts them into ascending order. All fractions have a denominator NOT always 100. |

Ordering | N | . | 12 | . | 4 | . | g | Descending Order, Convert to Decimal | You have to put fractions, decimals and percentages into descending order. This lesson converts everything into a decimal then puts them into descending order. All fractions have a denominator NOT always 100. |

Ordering | N | . | 12 | . | 4 | . | h | Descending Order, Convert to Percentage | You have to put fractions, decimals and percentages into descending order. This lesson converts everything into a percentage then puts them into descending order. All fractions have a denominator NOT always 100. |

Percentage Decrease | N | . | 15 | . | 2 | . | a | Percentage Multiple of 10 | Percentage decrease, using numbers that are multiples of 10 as the percentage. |

Percentage Decrease | N | . | 15 | . | 2 | . | b | Percentage any Number | Percentage decrease, using numbers from 1 – 99 as the percentage. |

Percentage Decrease | N | . | 15 | . | 2 | . | c | Percentage Multiple of 10, Calculator | Percentage decrease, using numbers that are multiples of 10 as the percentage. You need to change the percentage to a decimal, then work out the new price using a calculator. |

Percentage Decrease | N | . | 15 | . | 2 | . | d | Percentage any Number, Calculator | Percentage decrease, using numbers from 1 – 99 as the percentage. You need to change the percentage to a decimal, then work out the new price using a calculator. |

Percentage Fraction Decimal | N | . | 18 | . | 1 | . | a | Percentage Fraction | You have to convert each percentage to a fraction. |

Percentage Fraction Decimal | N | . | 18 | . | 1 | . | b | Percentage Fraction | You have to convert each percentage to a fraction, leaving your answer in the simplest form. |

Percentage Fraction Decimal | N | . | 18 | . | 1 | . | c | Fraction Percentage , Denominator Not 100 | You have to convert a fraction to a percentage with a denominator that is not 100. |

Percentage Fraction Decimal | N | . | 18 | . | 1 | . | d | Fraction Percentage | You have to convert each fraction to a percentage. Denominator always 100 |

Percentage Fraction Decimal | N | . | 18 | . | 3 | . | a | Fraction to Decimal, Denominator 100 | You have to convert a fraction to a decimal. All fractions are over 100. |

Percentage Fraction Decimal | N | . | 18 | . | 3 | . | b | Decimal to Fraction, Denominator 100 | You have to convert a decimal to a fraction. All fractions are over 100. |

Percentage Fraction Decimal | N | . | 18 | . | 4 | . | a | Find the Missing Value | There is a table containing fraction, decimal and percentage columns. You have to work out the missing values in each row. There is also another column where you can put the fraction in its simplest form. |

Percentage Increase | N | . | 14 | . | 1 | . | a | Percentage Multiple of 10 | Percentage increase, using numbers that are multiples of 10 as the percentage. |

Percentage Increase | N | . | 14 | . | 1 | . | b | Percentage any Number | Percentage increase using numbers from 1 – 99 as the percentage. |

Percentage Increase | N | . | 14 | . | 1 | . | c | Percentage Multiple of 10, Calculator | Percentage increase, using numbers that are multiples of 10 as the percentage. You need to change the percentage to a decimal, then work out the new price using a calculator. |

Percentage Increase | N | . | 14 | . | 1 | . | d | Percentage any Number, Calculator | Percentage increase, using numbers from 1 – 99 as the percentage. You need to change the percentage to a decimal, then work out the new price using a calculator. |

Pie Chart | D | . | 5 | . | 1 | . | a | Pie Chart, Total 360 | You have to draw a pie chart for a table of data. The frequency amount will always equal 360. |

Probability | D | . | 1 | . | 1 | . | a | Vocabulary | You have to use probability vocabulary to answer questions. |

Quadratic Formula | A | . | 3 | . | 1 | . | a | Positive Quadratic, =0 | You have to use the quadratic formula to find the two values of x. |

Quadratic Formula | A | . | 3 | . | 1 | . | b | Positive Quadratic, Rearrange, =d | You have to rearrange the equation, then use the quadratic formula to find the two values of x. |

Quadratic Formula | A | . | 3 | . | 2 | . | a | Negative Quadratic, =0 | You have to use the quadratic formula to find the two values of x. |

Quadratic Formula | A | . | 3 | . | 2 | . | b | Negative Quadratic, Rearrange, =d | You have to rearrange the equation, then use the quadratic formula to find the two values of x. |

Quadratic Formula | A | . | 3 | . | 3 | . | a | Positive Quadratic, =0 | You have to use the quadratic formula to find the two values of x. |

Quadratic Formula | A | . | 3 | . | 3 | . | b | Positive Quadratic, Rearrange, =d | You have to rearrange the equation, then use the quadratic formula to find the two values of x. |

Quadratic Formula | 0 | 0 | 0 | . | 4 | . | a | Negative Quadratic, =0 | You have to use the quadratic formula to find the two values of x. |

Quadratic Formula | 0 | 0 | 0 | . | 4 | . | b | Negative Quadratic, Rearrange, =d | You have to rearrange the equation, then use the quadratic formula to find the two values of x. |

Ratio | N | . | 9 | . | 1 | . | a | Writing Ratios, a:b, a:b:c, D | You have to count how many coloured squares are in each bag and then simplify the ratio if possible. |

Ratio | N | . | 9 | . | 1 | . | b | Writing Ratios, a:b | You have to count how many coloured squares are in each bag and then simplify the ratio if possible. |

Ratio | N | . | 9 | . | 1 | . | e | Simplify Ratios, a:b, a:b:c, D | You have to write the given ratio in its simplest form. |

Ratio | N | . | 9 | . | 3 | . | a | Money, a:b, a:b:c, D | Share an amount of money into a given ratio. The money will be shared between 2 or 3 people. |

Ratio | N | . | 9 | . | 4 | . | a | Ratio and One Amount | The ratio is given and one amount, you have to work out the second amount. |

Ratio | N | . | 9 | . | 5 | . | a | Recipe | You are given the recipe for a certain amount. You are then asked to find the ingredients for a different amount. |

Ratio | N | . | 9 | . | 5 | . | a | Unitary Method | You are given the cost for a certain amount. You are then asked to find the price of a different amount, using the unitary method. |

Ratio | N | . | 9 | . | 5 | . | b | Recipe, Multiples of 10 | You are given the recipe for a certain amount. You are then asked to find the ingredients for a different amount. The ingredients values will all be multiples of 10. |

Recurring Decimal | N | . | 13 | . | 1 | . | a | Recurring Decimal, Fraction Over 9 | You have to convert a recurring decimal to a fraction. All the fractions have a denominator of 9. |

Rounding | N | . | 8 | . | 1 | . | b | 2dp | Round a number from 2dp to the nearest whole number. |

Rounding | N | . | 8 | . | 2 | . | a | Integers, 1dp, 2dp | You have to round a number to the nearest 10. The numbers vary from integers ,1dp and 2dp. |

Rounding | N | . | 8 | . | 3 | . | a | Integers, 1dp, 2dp | You have to round a number to the nearest 100. The numbers vary from integers ,1dp and 2dp. |

Rounding | N | . | 8 | . | 4 | . | a | Integers, 1dp, 2dp | You have to round a number to the nearest 1000. The numbers vary from integers ,1dp and 2dp. |

Rounding | N | . | 8 | . | 5 | . | a | 2dp | Round a number from 2dp to 1dp. |

Rounding | N | . | 8 | . | 5 | . | b | 3dp | Round a number from 3dp to 1dp. |

Rounding | N | . | 8 | . | 6 | . | a | 3dp | Round a number from 3dp to 2dp. |

Scatter Graph | D | . | 8 | . | 1 | . | a | Line Of Best Fit, Correlation | You have to plot a scatter graph and draw on the line of best fit. You also need to name the type of correlation. |

Scatter Graph | D | . | 8 | . | 1 | . | b | Line Of Best Fit, Relationship, Correlation | You have to plot a scatter graph and draw on the line of best fit. You also need to name the type of correlation and write a sentence that describes the relationship of the two variables in the scatter graph. |

Sequences | A | . | 8 | . | 1 | . | a | Difference Between A Number Sequence | You have to work out if you add, subtract, divide or multiply in a sequence of numbers. |

Sequences | A | . | 8 | . | 3 | . | a | Complete Sequence Table | You have to fill in the table of the next numbers in the given sequence. Then find a certain term in the sequence. |

Simultaneous Equations | A | . | 12 | . | 1 | . | a | Positive x and y Values in the Question | Using simultaneous equations, you have to find the values of x and y |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 1 | . | a | a + 5 =10 | There is a shape covering the missing value in the equation. All answers are positive. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 1 | . | b | a + 5 =10, 1dp | There is a shape covering the missing value in the equation. All answers are positive and contain numbers up to 1dp. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 1 | . | c | a + 5.1 = 11.3, 1dp | There is a shape covering the missing value in the equation. All answers are positive and contain both numbers up to 1dp. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 1 | . | d | a + 5 = 10, ±ve | There is a shape covering the missing value in the equation. Answers could be positive or negative whole numbers. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 1 | . | e | a + 5 = 10, 1dp, ±ve | There is a shape covering the missing value in the equation. Answers could be positive or negative numbers up to 1dp. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 1 | . | f | a + 5.1 = 11.3, 1dp, ±ve | There is a shape covering the missing value in the equation. Answers could be positive or negative numbers up to 1dp. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 2 | . | a | ax = b | Find the value of x by rearranging the equation. All answers are a positive whole number. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 2 | . | b | ax = -b, -ve | Find the value of x by rearranging the equation. All answers are a negative whole number. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 2 | . | c | x + b = c, ±ve | Find the value of x by rearranging the equation. Answers could be positive or negative whole numbers. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 2 | . | d | x – b = c | Find the value of x by rearranging the equation. All answers are a positive whole number. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 2 | . | e | x ± b = c, ±ve | Find the value of x by rearranging the equation. Answers could be positive or negative whole numbers. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 2 | . | f | x + b = -c, -ve | Find the value of x by rearranging the equation. All answers are a negative whole number. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 2 | . | g | x – b = -c, ±ve | Find the value of x by rearranging the equation. Answers could be positive or negative whole numbers. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 2 | . | h | x ± b = -c, ±ve | |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 3 | . | a | -ax = b, -ve | Find the value of x by rearranging the equation. All answers are a negative whole number. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 3 | . | b | -ax = -b | Find the value of x by rearranging the equation. All answers are a positive whole number. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 3 | . | c | -ax = b, ax = -b, -ve | Find the value of x by rearranging the equation. All answers are a negative whole number. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 6 | . | a | a(x + b) = c, ±ve | Find the value of x by rearranging the equation. Answers could be positive or negative numbers. The answers come as an improper fraction and then simplified to a mixed number. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 6 | . | b | a(x – b) = c | Find the value of x by rearranging the equation. Answers are positive numbers. The answers come as an improper fraction and then simplified to a mixed number. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 6 | . | c | a(x ± b) = c, ±ve | Find the value of x by rearranging the equation. Answers could be positive or negative numbers. The answers come as an improper fraction and then simplified to a mixed number. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 6 | . | d | a(x + b) = -c | Find the value of x by rearranging the equation. Answers are positive numbers. The answers come as an improper fraction and then simplified to a mixed number. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 6 | . | e | a(x – b) = -c, ±ve | Find the value of x by rearranging the equation. Answers could be positive or negative numbers. The answers come as an improper fraction and then simplified to a mixed number. |

Solve for x | A | . | 11 | . | 6 | . | f | a(x ± b) = -c, ±ve | |

Speed Distance Time | M | . | 5 | . | 1 | . | a | Find the Speed | Using the time and distance, you must work out the speed of an object. |

Speed Distance Time | M | . | 5 | . | 1 | . | c | Find the Distance Travelled | Using the speed and time, you must work out the distance travelled by an object. |

Square / Square Root | N | . | 23 | . | 1 | . | a | Square Numbers, Square Root Numbers | This shows you how to work out square and square root numbers. You must then answer a series of questions. |

Standard Form | N | . | 10 | . | 1 | . | a | Style of Standard Form to a Number, D | Numbers are presented in the style of standard form. You must write each question as a number. Questions may contain positive and negative powers of 10. |

Standard Form | N | . | 10 | . | 1 | . | b | Number to Standard Form, D | You have to write the number given in standard form. Questions may contain positive and negative powers of 10. |

Stem and Leaf | D | . | 7 | . | 1 | . | a | Stem And Leaf | You have to construct a stem and leaf diagram, by drawing a rough and neat version. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 1 | . | a | ab, Multiplying Two Letters | You have to substitute numbers from a table into the expression. All numbers in the table are positive. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 1 | . | b | ab, Multiplying Two Letters, -ve | You have to substitute numbers from a table into the expression. All numbers in the table are negative. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 1 | . | c | ab, Multiplying Two Letters, ±ve | You have to substitute numbers from a table into the expression. The table contains a mixture of positive and negative numbers. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 1 | . | d | 3ab, Multiplying Two Letters | You have to substitute numbers from a table into the expression. All numbers in the table are positive. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 1 | . | e | 3ab, Multiplying Two Letters, -ve | You have to substitute numbers from a table into the expression. All numbers in the table are negative. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 1 | . | f | 3ab, Multiplying Two Letters, ±ve | You have to substitute numbers from a table into the expression. The table contains a mixture of positive and negative numbers. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 1 | . | g | -3ab, Multiplying Two Letters | You have to substitute numbers from a table into the expression. All numbers in the table are positive. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 1 | . | h | -3ab, Multiplying Two Letters, -ve | You have to substitute numbers from a table into the expression. All numbers in the table are negative. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 1 | . | i | -3ab, Multiplying Two Letters, ±ve | You have to substitute numbers from a table into the expression. The table contains a mixture of positive and negative numbers. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 2 | . | a | ax ± b, x ± b D | You have to substitute positive numbers from a table into a linear expression. Answers could be positive or negative. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 2 | . | b | ax ± b, x ± b, ±ve, D | You have to substitute positive and negative numbers from a table into a linear expression. Answers could be positive or negative. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 2 | . | c | ax ± b, x ± b, -ve, D | You have to substitute negative numbers from a table into a linear expression. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 6 | . | a | ax<sup>2 ± b, x<sup>3 ± b, ±ve, D | You have to substitute positive numbers from a table into an expression. You may be asked to cube or square numbers in the question. Answers could be positive or negative. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 6 | . | b | ax<sup>2 ± b, x<sup>3 ± b, ±ve, D | You have to substitute positive and negative numbers from a table into an expression. You may be asked to cube or square numbers in the question. Answers could be positive or negative. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 6 | . | c | ax<sup>2 ± b, x<sup>2 ± b, ±ve, D | You have to substitute positive numbers from a table into an expression. You are only asked to square numbers in the question. Answers could be positive or negative. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 6 | . | d | ax<sup>2 ± b, x<sup>2 ± b, ±ve, D | You have to substitute positive and negative numbers from a table into an expression. You are only asked to square numbers in the question. Answers could be positive or negative. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 6 | . | e | ax<sup>3 ± b, x<sup>3 ± b, ±ve, D | You have to substitute positive numbers from a table into an expression. You are only asked to cube numbers in the question. Answers could be positive or negative. |

Substitution | A | . | 7 | . | 6 | . | f | ax<sup>3 ± b, x<sup>3 ± b, ±ve, D | You have to substitute positive and negative numbers from a table into an expression. You are only asked to cube numbers in the question. Answers could be positive or negative. |

Subtraction | N | . | 2 | . | 1 | . | a | Column Method ,D | Subtraction in the TH H T U columns, using a mixture of differentiated questions. |

Subtraction | N | . | 2 | . | 1 | . | c | Column Method, T | Subtraction in the T U columns. You have to subtract the two numbers using the column method to find the answer. |

Subtraction | N | . | 2 | . | 1 | . | d | Column Method, H | Subtraction in the H T U columns. You have to subtract the two numbers using the column method to find the answer. |

Subtraction | N | . | 2 | . | 1 | . | e | Column Method, TH | Subtraction in the TH H T U columns. You have to subtract the two numbers using the column method to find the answer. |

Subtraction | N | . | 2 | . | 2 | . | a | Subtracting Fractions | All the fractions have the same denominator. You have to subtract the fractions and the answer will be a positive fraction. |

Subtraction | N | . | 2 | . | 2 | . | b | Subtracting Fractions, -ve | You have to subtract fractions where the denominators are the same number. The answer could be a positive or negative fraction. |

Subtraction | N | . | 2 | . | 2 | . | c | Subtracting Fractions, -ve | You have to subtract fractions where the denominators are the same number. The answer is a negative fraction. |

Subtraction | N | . | 2 | . | 4 | . | a | Subtracting Decimals between 0 – 1, Column Method | You have to subtract two or three decimal numbers between 0 – 1 using the column method. |

Surds | N | . | 21 | . | 1 | . | a | Simplify √a into c √b, D | You have to simplify the surd. There are two types contained in this lesson. Type 1 will contain one square number whereas type 2 will contain two square numbers. |

Surds | N | . | 21 | . | 2 | . | a | Rationalise the Denominator ,1 / √a, √a / √b, a √b / √c | You have to rationalise the denominator of three different types of questions 1 / √a, √a / √b and a √b / √c. At the end of the question simplify the surd, if possible. |

Trial and Improvement | A | . | 10 | . | 1 | . | a | Using trial and improvement in a linear equation, you have to find the value of x to 1dp. | |

Trial and Improvement | A | . | 10 | . | 2 | . | a | Using trial and improvement in a quadratic equation, you have to find the value of x to 1dp. | |

Trial and Improvement | A | . | 10 | . | 2 | . | b | Using trial and improvement in a quadratic equation, you have to find the value of x to 1dp. | |

Two Way Tables | D | . | 3 | . | 1 | . | a | 2 x 2, Find Missing Values | You have to fill in the missing pieces of data in a two way table. |

Two Way Tables | D | . | 3 | . | 1 | . | b | 2 x 2, Find Missing Values, Extract Data | You have to fill in the missing pieces of data in the two way table. You must then extract data from the two way table to answer a series of questions. |

Two Way Tables | D | . | 3 | . | 2 | . | a | 2 x 3, Find Missing Values | You have to fill in the missing pieces of data in the two way table. |

Two Way Tables | D | . | 3 | . | 3 | . | a | 2 x 2, 2 x 3, Find Missing Values | You have to fill in the missing pieces of data in the two way table. |

Volume / Surface Area | SHM | . | 2 | . | 1 | . | a | Volume of a Cuboid | Find the volume of a cuboid. |

Volume / Surface Area | SHM | . | 2 | . | 2 | . | a | Cylinder, Radius, Diameter | You have to find the surface area of a cylinder, using either the radius or the diameter. |