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Number Number Language Factors, Multiples, Primes Directed Numbers Accuracy Rounding Whole Numbers Decimal Places Significant Figures Upper and Lower Bound Calculations Ordering Numbers Order of Operations Fractions and Decimals Introducing language Equivalent and Simplifying Fractions Fraction of Amount Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers Fractions and Decimals Adding and Subtracting Fractions Multiplying and Dividing Fractions Percentages Percentages, Fractions, Decimals Percentage of Quantity A Quantity as a Percentage of another Percentage Increase and Decrease Reverse Percentages Ratio and Proportion Dividing a Quantity in a Ratio Direct and Inverse Proportion Indices, Standard Form Indices Fractional and Negative Indices Exponential Equations Standard Form Interest Simple Interest Compound Interest Venn Diagrams Algebra and Graphs Geometry Mensuration Coordinate Geometry Trigonometry Vectors/Matrices/ Transformations Probability Statistics You will understand that algebra plays an important part on your IGCSE GCSE Maths exam. Check the following links during your maths revision and learn everything you need to know about Algebra and Graphs. Let me know if you need more help with algebra. I will be glad to answer your questions!

What are Factors, Multiples, Primes and more
As you will understand you will encounter many different types of numbers on your GCSE IGCSE maths exam papers. It is important therefore you know the language and understand how to work with all types of numbers with confidence. Take your time to study the following maths videos and activities during your maths revision and try to answer all the example maths questions yourself first. In this section I will explain to you what factors, multiples, HCF, LCM, prime numbers, square numbers, cube numbers and square and cube roots are. What is the relevance you think of the picture of the man making the peace sign to one of these types of numbers? Remember to let me know if you still don't understand a particular maths topic. I will be glad to help you with your maths by making some more maths activities and example questions for you.

What are Integers, Natural, Rational and Irrational NumbersWe can categorise numbers into four categories. You need to be familiar with these terms for they will return in various questions throughout the maths course. Download the file below for FREE which gives a clear description of the four number categories. You can use this FREE document during your maths revision.


Maths Activity/Worksheet and example questions
Download the file below for FREE if you want to try some maths problems and example questions involving number language and directed numbers. I have included an answerkey to this maths worksheet so you can assess your own understanding of this IGCSE and GCSE maths topic.
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Ready for the next part in which you will learn what Directed Numbers are?
Congratulations! You have learned a lot about numbers already. But what do you know about directed numbers? You will be using directed numbers in all sorts of questions on your maths exams. Quickly check out the next part which will explain in small steps everything you need to know about directed numbers which you can use to pass your maths exam!