What is the name of a polygon with eight straight sides?
Find the highest common factor (HCF) of 48 and 84
Find the value of:
In this diagram, not drawn to scale, the length of AH is 390m.
Angle ANH is 25o.
Calculate the length of AN in metres giving your
answer correct to three significant figures.
Find the value of \(x\) if:$$7(2x-3)=8x+39$$
Each weekday Simon drank seven cups of water. On Saturday he drank 17 cups and on Sunday he drank 11 cups. What was the mean number of cups he drank each day?
On a sheet of squared paper draw a set of axes ranging from -6 to 6 in both directions. Plot the points (2,1),(6,1),(4,-4) and (3,-4). Join up these points to form a trapezium and label it A.
Reflect this shape in the line x=1 and label the reflection B.
Rotate B by 90o clockwise around the point (0,1) and label the rotated shape C.
Show your completed diagram to your teacher.
Exam-style questions designed for students targeting grades 4 or 5 of the GCSE(9-1) Mathematics examination.
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These Weekly Workouts are designed for students on Mathematics GCSE(9-1) Foundation level courses who are hoping to achieve one of the higher grades available. Each Weekly Workout contains 7 exam-style questions. The first six can be answered online but the seventh requires the student to draw something for their teacher to check. Each Workout can also be printed and they can be made to fit neatly onto one A4 page.
Week 1 - Weekly Workout for week 1
Week 2 - Weekly Workout for week 2
Week 3 - Weekly Workout for week 3
Week 4 - Weekly Workout for week 4
Week 5 - Weekly Workout for week 5
Week 6 - Weekly Workout for week 6 (available to subscribers only)
Week 7 - Weekly Workout for week 7 (available to subscribers only)
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There are 25 Weekly Workouts and the Workouts for week six onwards are available to Transum subscribers only.
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Exam Style questions are in the style of GCSE or IB/A-level exam paper questions and worked solutions are available for Transum subscribers.