## AQA: GCSE Maths Exam Papers

Download AQA GCSE Mathematics past exam papers to practice so that you prepare yourself for your final exam.

GCSE Maths (Mathematics) learning topics and material for students in Year 7 to Year 11.

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## AQA: GCSE Maths Exam Papers

## Angles Quiz P2

## Fractions P1

## Linear Equations Word Problems P2

## Congruence P1

## Multiplying and Dividing Algebra

## Types of Numbers Quiz

## Simplifying Algebraic Equations

## Writing Numbers including Standard Form P2

Download AQA GCSE Mathematics past exam papers to practice so that you prepare yourself for your final exam.

Angles are measured in degrees, written °. The maximum angle is 360°. This is the angle all the way around a point.

Fractions are used commonly in everyday life, eg sale prices at 1/3 off, or recipes using 1/2 a tablespoon of an ingredient.

Linear equations are equations of the first order. These equations are defined for lines in the coordinate system.

Congruent shapes are identical but maybe reflected, rotated or translated. It is useful to know when triangles are Congruent.

In this section we are going to look at multiplying and dividing in algebra. Here are a few simple rules to help you get started with multiplying algebra. It is very similar to multiplying numbers.

As various families have different members, so do differing numbers of the same family. Different types of numbers have been classified over the years. Use the quiz on this page to help you learn and remember the different types of numbers that exist in mathematics.

In order to understand anything in algebra, you have to have an understanding of what a term is. Terms are the building blocks of algebraic equations.

Calculations involving very large or very small numbers can be simplified by converting them into and out of standard form. A number can be converted into standard form by splitting it into two parts - a number between 1 and 10 multiplied by a power of 10.

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