## Percentages

Start at Level A and show your teacher your score at the end of the level

Match Decimals to Percentages
Click Start then choose “Decimals and percentages”
Decimals & Percentages Quiz
Start at Level A and show your teacher your score at the end of the level

Match Fractions to Percentages
Fractions & Percentages Quiz
Start at Level A and show your teacher your score at the end of the level

## Factors

By the end of this topic you will understand the terms ‘factorise’, difference of squares’ and ‘trinomial’.

You will be able to factorise expressions of the following forms:

• Common factor
• Difference of Two Squares
• Trinomial

## Expanding Double Brackets New Topic: Expanding Double Brackets

By the end of this topic you will be able to expand double brackets, e.g. (x + 2)(x – 3), using at least one method.

## Drawing Skills Drawing Skills, TJ Level F Ch37 pp141-155

By the end of this topic you will be able to:
• enlarge and reduce shapes using any reasonable scale factor eg. 3, ½
• use scales represented by ratios such as 1:50 000 widely used in maps
• use bearings and distances to produce accurate scale drawings of routes
• use scale drawings to calculate angles of elevation/depression
• draw triangles:
– given 3 sides
– given 2 sides and included angle
– given 1 side and 2 angles
• calculate interior and exterior angles in polygons
• draw polygons given appropriate information

## S2 Level F – Revision

Wednesday 19, Period 5 & Thursday 20 September, Period 2

MA out of school.
Class have a note of the following topics/exercises to complete revising recent work:
• p87 Pythagoras Ex7 Q1-5
• p74 Distance, Speed & Time Ex5 Q1-2
• p67 Equations Ex2 Q1-2
• p16 Scientific Notation Revision Ex All Q’s
If completed all above then work on textbook p1 Ch -1 (revision of Level E)

## Pythagoras’ Theorem New Topic: TJ Level F Ch59, pp204-216

By the end of this topic you will be able to:
• know and use Pythagoras’ Theorem
• calculate the direct distance between two points on a co-ordinate grid
• know and use the converse of Pythagoras’ Theorem