# can any one make all A/A* topics and how to work them out?

can any one make all A/A* topics and how to work them out? i need it now please asap

Posted Sun 5th June, 2011 @ 14:06 by Jatinder

Here's a list of A/A* topics in my GCSE maths revision guide:

-Indices of the form 1/n and a/b

-Surds, including rationalising the denominator and solving real life problems with surds

-Variation, direct and inverse (basically proportion)

-Limits of accuracy

-Sectors of circles, calculating area of sector and length of arc

-Surface area of cylinder/volume of pyramid

-Cones (surface area, area, volume etc)

-Spheres (as above)

-Pythagoras' theorem in three dimensions

-Circle theorems (including alternate angle theorem)

-Similar shapes

-Solving problems with area and volume ratio

-Vectors (addition, subtraction, and vector geometry)

-Setting up simultaneous equations from real life problems

-Solving quadratics in the form ax^2 + bx + c = 0

-Completing the square

-2D trigonometry problems

-3D trigonometry problems

-Sine and cosine values from 0 degrees to 360 degrees

- Sine rule/cosine rule

-Area of non-right angled triangles

-Parallel and perpendicular lines

-Quadratic graphs, reciprocal graphs, cubic graphs and exponential graphs

-Algebraic fractions and solving equations with algebraic fractions

-Linear and non linear simultaneous equations

-Changing the subject of a formula (where the subject appears twice)

-Graph transformations

-Geometric and algebraic proofs

I hope this helps you :)

Sorry, it's a hugeeeeee list. Good luck in all your exams :D

Answered Wed 8th June, 2011 @ 15:07 by Pie :)

I dont really get what you mean, are you saying 'Can anyone get A/A* and how to get them'' ???

Answered Sun 5th June, 2011 @ 14:38 by Sara

tell me the topics and how to work each of them

Answered Sun 5th June, 2011 @ 16:08 by Jatinder

I still dont get what you mean!! sorry :/  - lol !! :) x

Answered Sun 5th June, 2011 @ 17:10 by Sara

You can try Kangaroo Maths it has loads of stuff on the website including a 'grade descriptor' which lists ll topics by grade, you could then check off each one as you go.

Answered Sun 5th June, 2011 @ 18:49 by Arron Beckett