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Helen

How to Improve Your Maths GCSE Grades

Lots of colleges and universities require prospective students to have a Maths GCSE in order to be eligible for their programmes. The specific grade will depend on the course your chi...
Akash

Quick Multiplication Technique for Special Numbers

Quick Multiplication Technique for Some Special NumbersEg: (a) 82 88, (b) 65 65, (c) 44 46This Multiplication trick works when sum of digits at units place add up to 10 and othe...
Prithvi

Averages

RangeThe range is the difference between the smallest and largest number. e.g. the range of the list 2, 3, 4, 5, 5, 6, 6, 7, 8, 10 is going to be 8, as the largest number is 10 and th...
Vladimir

Probability and statistics

Probability and statistics are deeply connected because all statistical statements are at bot- tom statements about probability. Despite this the two sometimes feel like very differen...
John

What is proof by induction?

Often, we want to prove a result holds for all positive integers n. For example, how do we prove that the sum of numbers from 1 to n is n(n+1)/2?First, we prove it firsthand for the f...
Fidelis

How to find a cube root

Consider a situation where one has a box with identical sides whose length of the side has to be determined given the space, the volume, it occupies. This is a common case in design...
Anna

Maths you need to know for A-level chemistry

Below is a short math quiz covering maths topics that are needed for A-level chemistry. The answers to the problems can be found at the end of the article. Problem 1The following subs...
Kenroy

What are prime numbers?

A prime number (or a prime) is a natural number greater than 1 that is not a product of two smaller natural numbers.

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Wayne

Percentages calculated manually

Percentages are an important topic in maths and you need to know how to work them out manually, as well as with the use of a calculator.So 65% of £2000 can be worked out manuall...
Gnanaparvathan

Division is Fun

Division is Fun (Tests of divisibility) For example: 42 6 = 7Say 42, is exactly divided by 6. It is easy to tell without workout because 6 times 7 is 42, obviously from 6 timetab...
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