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Number, Set Notation and

Language

Identify and use natural numbers, integers, prime number, square

numbers, common factors and common multiples, rational and irrational

numbers, real number

Continue a given number sequences

Recognise patterns in sequences and relationships between different

sequences

Generalise to simple algebraic statements (including expressions for the

nth term) relating to such sequences

Use language, notation and Venn diagrams to describe sets and represent

relationships between sets as follows.

Notation of

sets

Notation:

Number of elements in set A, n (A)

is an element of ,

is not an element of ,

Complement of set A, A

The empty set, { }

Universal set,

A is subset of B,

A is proper subset of B,

A is not a subset of B,

A is not a proper subset of B,

Union of A and B,

Intersection of A and B,

B A

B A

B A

B A

B A

Squares, square roots, & cube.

Directed numbers.

Vulgar and decimal fractions and

percentages.

Calculate squares, square roots, cubes

and cube roots of numbers

Use directed numbers in practical

situations (e.g. temperature change, flood

levels

Use the language and notation of simple

vulgar and decimal fractions and

percentages in appropriate contexts

Recognise equivalence and convert

between these forms

Ordering, Standard form, and

The Four Rules

Order quantities by magnitude and

demonstrate familiarity with the symbols

Use the standard form A x 10

n

where n is a

positive or negative integer, and 1<= A <

10

Use the fours for calculations with whole

numbers, decimal fractions and vulgar (and

mixed) fractions, including correct ordering

of operations and use of brackets

Estimation, Limits of Accuracy, Ratio, Proportion,

Rate, and Percentage

Make estimates of numbers, quantities and lengths, give

approximations to specified numbers of significant figures

and decimal places and round off answers to reasonable

accuracy in the context of a given problem

Give appropriate upper and lower bounds for data given

to a specified accuracy

Obtain appropriate upper and lower bounds to solutions

of simple problems

Demonstrate an understanding of the elementary ideas

and notation of ratio, direct and inverse proportion and

common measures of rate; divide a quantity in a given

ratio; use scales in practical situation; calculate average

speed

Calculate a given percentage of a quantity; express one

quantity as a percentage of another; calculate percentage

increase or decrease

Measures, Time, Money

Personal and household finance

Use current units of mass, length, area, volume, and

capacity in practical situation and express quantities

in terms of larger or smaller units

Calculate times in terms of the 24-hour and 12-hour

clock; read clocks, dials and timetables

Calculate using money and convert form one

currency to another

Use given data to solve problems on personal and

household finance involving earnings, simplest and

compound interest, discount, profit and loss; extract

data from tables and charts

Graphs in Practical Situation, Graph of

Function, Straight Line Graphs

Demonstrate familiarity with Cartesian coordinates in two

dimensions, interpret and use graphs in practical

situations including travel graphs and conversion graphs,

draw graphs from given data

Construct tables of values for functions of the form ax +

b, + x

2

+ ax + b, a/x ( x not equal 0) where a and b are

integer constants; Draw and interpret such graphs; Find

the gradient of a straight line graph; Solve linear and

quadratic equations approximately by graphical methods

Interpret and obtain the equation of a straight line graph

in the form y = mx + c; Determine the equation of a

straight line parallel to given line

Algebraic representation and formula,

Algebraic Manipulation, Function

Use letters to express generalised numbers and

express basic arithmetic processes algebraically,

substitute numbers for words and letters in

formulae; Transform simple formulae; Construct

simple expressions and set up simple equations

Manipulate directed numbers; Use brackets and

extract common factors

Use function notation to describe simple functions;

inverses function; Form composite functions

Indices; Solutions of equations and

inequality; Linear Programming

Use and interpret

positive, negative and

zero indices

Solve simple linear

equations in one

unknown; Solve

simultaneous linear

equations in two unknown

Represent inequalities

graphically and use this

representation in the

solution of simple linear

programming problem

Geometrical terms and relationships; Geometrical

constructions; Symmetry

Use and interpret the

geometrical terms:point, line,

parallel, bearing, right angle,

acute, obtuse and reflex angles,

perpendicular, similarity,

congruence; Use and interpret

vocabulary of triangles,

quadrilateral, circles, polygons

and simple solid figures including

net

Recognise rotational and line

symmetry in two dimensions and

properties of triangles,

quadrilaterals, and circle directly

related to their symmetries

Measure lines and angles;

Construct a triangle given the

three sides using ruler and

compasses only; Construct

other simple geometrically

figures from given data using

protractor and set squares as

necessary; Construct angle

bisectors and perpendicular

bisectors using straight edges

and compasses only; Read

and make scale drawing

Angle Properties; Locus

Calculate unknown angles using the following geometrically properties:

a) Angles at a point

b) Angles on a straight line & intersecting straight lines

c) Angles formed within parallel lines

d) Angle properties of triangles and quadrilateral

e) Angle properties of regular polygons

f) Angle between tangent and radius of a circle

Use the following loci and the method of intersecting loci for sets of

points in two dimensions:

a) which are at a given distance from a given point

b) which are at a given distance from two given points

c) which are equidistant from two given points

d) which are equidistant from two given intersecting straight lines

Mensuration ; Trigonometry

Carry out calculations

involving the perimeter

and area of a rectangle

and triangle, the

circumference and area

of the circle, the area of

a parallelogram and a

trapezium, the volume of

a cuboid, prism, and

cylinder and surface

area of a cuboid and a

cylinder

Interpret and use three figure

bearings measured clockwise

from the North

Apply Pythagoras theorem

and the sine, cosine, and

tangent ratios for acute

angles to the calculation of a

side or of an angle of a right

angled triangle

Statistics; Probability

Collect, Classify and tabulate

statistical data

Read, interpret and draw

simple inferences from tables

and statistical diagram

Construct and use bar charts,

pie charts, pictograms, simple

frequency distributions,

histograms with equal intervals

and scatter diagram

Understand what is meant by

positive, negative and zero

correlation

Calculate the mean, median,

and mode for individual and

discrete data

Calculate the range of a data

Calculate the probability of

a single event as either a

fraction or a decimal

Understand and use the

probability scale from 0 to 1

Understand that: the

probability of an event

occurring = 1 the

probability of the event not

occurring

Understand probability in

practice

Vectors in two dimensions

Matrices

Describe a

translation by using

a vectors

Add and subtract

vectors

Multiply a vectors by

a scalar

Display information in the

form of a matrix of any

order

Calculate the sum and

product of two matrices

Calculate the product of a

matrix and a scalar quantity

Use the algebra of 2 x 2

matrices including the zero

and identity 2 x 2 matrices

Calculate the determinant

and inverse matrix

Transformations

Reflect simple plane figures in horizontal or vertical lines

Rotate simple plane figures about the origin, vertices or

mid points of edges of the figures, through multiple of

90

o

Construct given translations and enlargement of simple

plane figures

Regonise and describe reflections, rotations, translations

and enlargement

Paper 2 (Extended)

Instructions

Candidates answer on the Question

Paper

Additional Materials: Electronic

Calculator, Mathematical tables

(optional), Geometrical instruments,

Tracing paper (optional)

Write your Centre number, candidate

number, and name on all the work you

hand in

Write in dark blue or black pen

You may use a soft pencil for any

diagrams or graphs

Do not use staples, paper clips,

highlighters, glue or correction fluid

Answer all question

If working is needed for any question

it must be shown below that question

Electronic calculators should be

used

If the degree of accuracy is not

specified in the question, and if

the answer is not exact, give the

answer to three significant figure

Give answers in degrees to one

decimal place

For phi, use either your calculator

value or 3.142

At the end of the examination,

fasten all your work securely

together

The number of marks is given in

brackets [ ] at the end of each

question or part question

The total of the marks for this

paper is 70

Paper 4 (Extended)

Instructions

Additional Materials: Answer

Booklet/Paper, Electronic Calculator,

Mathematical tables (optional),

Geometrical instruments, Tracing

paper (optional), Graph paper

If you have been given an Answer

Booklet, follow the instructions on the

front cover of the Booklet

Write your Centre number, candidate

number, and name on all the work you

hand in

Write in dark blue or black pen

You may use a soft pencil for any

diagrams or graphs

Do not use staples, paper clips,

highlighters, glue or correction fluid

Answer all question

All working must be clearly shown. It

should be done on the same sheet as

the rest of the answer

Marks will be given for working which

shows that you known how to solve

the problem even if you get the

answer wrong

Electronic calculators should be

used

If the degree of accuracy is not

specified in the question, and if

the answer is not exact, give the

answer to three significant figure

Give answers in degrees to one

decimal place

For phi, use either your calculator

value or 3.142

At the end of the examination,

fasten all your work securely

together

The number of marks is given in

brackets [ ] at the end of each

question or part question

The total of the marks for this

paper is 130

Grade Thresholds

Componen 21/22 (Paper 2)

a) Max Mark: 70

b) Min Mark A: 40

c) Min Mark C: 20

d) Min Mark E: 13

Component 4

a) Max Mark: 130

b) Min Mark A: 90

c) Min Mark C:51

d) Min Mark E: 32

1. The threshold (min mark) for B is set halfway between those for

Grade A and C

2. The threshold (min mark) for D is set halfway between those for

Grade C and E

3. The threshold (min mark) for G is set as many marks below the F

threshold as the E threshold is above it. Grade A* does not exist at

the level of an individual component

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