OCR Unit B Revision list

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GCSE Mathematics Unit B Higher tier Revision list
This examination is taken without the use of a calculator
Solve problems using mathematical skills
Add, subtract, multiply and divide any number, including decimals up to 2 decimal places
Round numbers off to 10, 100, 1000, to the nearest whole number, to a given number of decimal places and to a
given number of significant figures.
Select, and use, an appropriate degree of accuracy in solving a problem
Use methods of checking answers such as estimating and using inverse operations
Calculate with fractions:
Find a fraction of a quantity, express a number as a fraction of another, use equivalent fractions and mixed
Add and subtract fractions by writing them with a common denominator, multiply and divide fractions
Change a fraction to a decimal knowing when recurring and terminating decimals will be found
Change a decimal to a fraction, including recurring decimals
Put fractions and decimals into order of size
Understand percentages and change between fraction, decimal and percentages
Find percentages of a quantity including increase and decrease using a multiplier
Know squares, cubes and roots
Use index notation and laws of indices for whole numbers
Understand zero, fractional and negative powers and use these to simplify and calculate numerical expressions
Use surds in exact calculations without a calculator and rationalise a denominator
Use positive and negative coordinates
Draw line graphs, including lines of best fit, from real life situations and from equations
Set up and solve equations
Solve simultaneous equations by elimination. Understand that the point of intersection of two lines gives the
solution to two equations
Use the form y = mx + c for a straight line graph, use gradients of parallel and perpendicular lines
Solve linear inequalities, and show the solution on a number line or as regions on a graph
Use angle facts, including those in parallel lines
Know the properties of different triangles and quadrilaterals
Know the terms circle, centre, radius, chord, diameter, circumference, tangent, arc, sector and segment
Calculate the sums of the interior and exterior angles of quadrilaterals, pentagons and hexagons
Understand, explain and use circle theorems
Understand congruence and similarity
Use reflection and rotation symmetry
Use the four transformations: rotation, reflection, translation and enlargement
Use vectors
Use scatter diagrams, correlation and lines of best fit
Draw line graphs for time series



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