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This document covers all the specific areas of the AQA GCSE Further Maths course, your job is to review all the topic areas, answering the questions if you feel you need

practice, and stating your level of confidence

Area a star shows a

topic is both higher and

further

The further grade is in

brackets

Simplifying expressions *

(B)

(B)

(A)

(B)

Examples

62 3

3 4 3

5 + 2

4

3(3 17) = 2( 1)

1

1

( + 8) = 2 + (4 5)

2

3

(A)

(A)

The length, l metres, of a field is 80m greater than its width. The perimeter is 600m

(i)

Write the information in the form of an equation for l.

(ii)

Solve the equation and so find the area of the field.

( + 5)(2 3)

(A)

( 3 2 + 2) ( 2 + 2 1)

(A)

( 2 1)( + 1) ( 2 + 1)( 1)

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further

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Manipulating surds *

Simplifying expressions

(A)

Examples

Confidence

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32 18

(A*)

3 6

(4 + 3)(4 3)

2

3

Factorising * (A)

+ + +

(B)

2 + 6 + 8

(A)

2 16

(A)

4 2 9 2

(A)

2 2 11 + 15

= 2

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32

4 5

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further

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(B)

= ( 2 + 2 )

(B)

*Simplifying algebraic

fractions

(A)

2 6

2 8 + 15

42 9 2 + 3

2

+1

1

2

5

+

+1 1

(A)

(A)

*Solving equations

involving fractions

(C)

Examples

+2

1 + 3

+2

6

=

6

2

2

1

1

+

=

3 1 + 8 2

(B)

Quadratic Identities

(A*)

(A*)

, , 3 2 + 5 1 ( + ) +

Function Notation

() = 2 1, (5)

() =

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+6

, () = 3 (2) = 1

2

Confidence

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further

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Domain and range of a

function

Examples

() = 6 4 2 3. ()

*Gradients of a straight

line and quadratic

functions

(C)

(B)

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(i)

The vertex (minimum or maximum point)

(ii)

The equation of the line of symmetry

(iii)

The co-ordinates of the point where the graph intersects the y-axis

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further

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brackets

Graphs of functions in

parts

(A)

Examples

() = + 3; 3 < 0

() = 3 ; 0 3

Here is the graph of y=f(x). (i) Define f(x), stating clearly the

domain for each part

(ii) State the range of f(x) and (iii) Solve f(x)=5

(A)

*Factorising quadratic

equations - Two brackets

(B)

*Coefficients greater than

1

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2 + 3 18 = 0. .

3 2 + 8 3 = 0. .

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further

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*Completing the Square

(A*)

Examples

2 8 + 3 = 0. .

2 2 + 8 = 0. .

*Simultaneous Equations

(B)

Vince has 2.20 to spend on fruit for a picnic and can buy either five apples and four pears or two apples and six

pairs.

Write this information as a pair of simultaneous equations

Solve your equations to find the cost of each type of fruit

Solve

(A)

+ 2 = 3

2 2 + 3 2 = 11

Given that 3 + 3 2 3

Show that (x+1) is a factor of f(x)

Factorise f(x)

Solve 2y + 6 < 5y + 12

5 < 3 1 17

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Confidence

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5 star)

topic is both higher and

further

The further grade is in

brackets

(B)

Examples

2 2 3 0

2 = 8

2 3 8

Work out the nth term of the sequence: 4, 10, 16, 22, 26,

Quadratic (A*)

Work out the nth term of the sequence 4, 13, 26, 43, 64, .

* Distance between 2

points (C)

What is the distance between the following two points (6, 5) and (3, 1)?

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Confidence

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5 star)

21

.

3+2

2

3

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further

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Midpoint of a line

segment (C)

Examples

What is the midpoint PQ with the two points P(6, 5) and Q(3, 1)?

Gradient of a line

between 2 points (C)

Equation of a straight line

* (C)

What is the gradient between the two points P(6, 5) and Q(3, 1)?

Points P and Q have coordinates P(3, 1) and Q(5, 7) find the equation of the perpendicular bisector of this

straight line

Write the equation of the circle with centre (1, -2) and radius 3

(A)

The line segment AB is the diameter of a circle. A is the point (1, -4) and B is the point (5, 2). Work out the

equation of the circle.

(A)

The circle ( 2)2 + ( + 3)2 = 50 intersects the line y = x 5 at the points P and Q. Work out the

coordinates of P and Q.

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Points P and Q have coordinates P(3, 1) and Q(5, 7) find the equation of the straight line

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Pythagoras Theorem * (C)

Trigonometry * (B)

Trig ratios

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Examples

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further

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Circle geometry and circle

theorems (A)

Examples

Confidence

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A (12, 6) and B (14, 4) are two points on a circle, centre C (20, 12).

y

Not drawn

accurately

C (20, 12)

A (12, 6)

M

B (14, 4)

Show that the length CM = 7 2

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further

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Circle theorems * (B)

Examples

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topic is both higher and

further

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Sine and cosine rule * (B)

Examples

Confidence

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Find side marked x

B

xm

8m

61

7m

Special Triangles

(30, 60, 90)

(45, 45, 90) (A*)

(A*)

Lines and planes in three

dimensions (A)

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Find the lengths of the other two sides of a right triangle if the length of the hypotenuse is 42 cm and

one of the angles is 45.

Find the lengths of the other two sides of a right triangle if the length of the hypotenuse is 8 cm and

one of the angles is 30.

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Trigonometrical functions

for angles of any size (A*)

Examples

Graphs

Solutions of

trigonometrical equations

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topic is both higher and

further

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brackets

(A*)

Examples

(A*)

Trigonometrical identities

(A*)

(A*)

Differentiation

(A*)

= 5 + 12 3 + 3

= 3 5 + 2

(A*)

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topic is both higher and

further

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brackets

(A*)

(A*)

(A*)

(A*)

Examples

For the function = 5 2 on which there is the point P (3, 6). Find:

i)

ii)

iii)

iv)

Find

ii)

iii)

Matrices (A*)

0

Calculate [

2

(A*)

4 2

2

] = ( )

Work out the value of p [

1 1 3

4

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i)

1 2

][

3 3

4

]

2

=0

Confidence

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topic is both higher and

further

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brackets

(A*)

(A*)

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Examples

i)

ii)

1

Point P (3, -2) is transformed by the matrix (

0

0 2

(

).

1 0

1

) followed by a further transformation by matrix

1

i)

ii)

Confidence

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