Algebra and Graphs
Algebraic Manipulation and Representation
Introducing Algebraic language
Changing the Subject
Combining and Simplifying Algebraic Fractions
3 Laws of Indices
Equations and Inequalities
nth Term Rule
Graphs in Practical Situations
Difference Distance and Speed -Time graphs
Acceleration and Deceleration
Area under Speed-Time Graph
Graphs of Functions
Graphical Solution of Quadratic Functions
Gradient of a Curve
Graphical Solution of Equations
Inverse of Functions
Naturally you know what numbers are. But do you know all types of numbers? Can you work with numbers and perform all operations with confidence? Check my selection of links which will explain all you need to know to pass your IGCSE GCSE Maths exam.
How to find the nth term rule of a sequence
In this section I will explain to you all you need to know about sequences, patters and finding the nth terms rule to pass your IGCSE GCSE Maths exam. I will provide you with many example questions which will help you to understand what sequences are and how you can find any term in the sequence. Make sure to study the last videos too where I solve some Past Paper Questions about sequences for your. These questions were asked by me by some of you on the forum on the homepage of this website. You too can ask me your maths questions. I will be glad to help you with your maths and answer your questions! Start now with the first video and learn what sequences are! Good luck and have fun!!
Students around the world asked for my help solving these past paper maths exam questions. Are your ready to pass your maths exam and can you solve these questions? Let me know if you need more help!
Investigation Exam Question about Sequences including Quadratic Sequences
Have a look at the following past paper question about sequences which one of you asked me to help with. You will also learn how to find the nth term rule for a quadratic sequence and revise your understanding of solving simultaneous equations.
Great work! You now understand sequences and how to find the nth term rule of sequences. This will help you to do better on your IGCSE GCSE Maths exam. Continue with your maths revision and check the link below. I will explain to you what variation (direct and inverse) is and how to find their equation. I will see you there!