Numbers are symbols we use to count things. Numbers have been in use since the antiquity. We can’t live a normal life without numbers.
Mathematics is built on laws. No matter what your opinion on if the laws are stupid or not, you’re going to have to do what they tell you if you want to pass your GCSE.
Oh no. Not algebra. I can already see you click the back button but hold it there. Stay with me. Take your hand off the mouse, sit back and get ready.
One of the biggest changes that are coming to the various maths exams is that there will be a lot more contextual questions on the papers than in the past.
There has been an absolute boatload of changes to the mathematics curriculum over the last few years. Ignore what your parents tell you, exams are not getting easier.
Pythagoras is one of those maths things that sounds a lot more complicated than it actually is. As this is an intro to it, we’ll take a little look at where it all came from first.