# Topic List for GCSE Unit 3 Edexcel Maths

Topic List for GCSE Unit 3 Edexcel Maths

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Unit 3 Revision List

Percentages increase/decrease using a multiplier

Percentages reverse percentages

Percentage compound interest

Upper and lower bounds

Recurring decimals to a fraction

Reciprocal of a number

Convert, numbers to, and from standard form

Interpreting a calculator display using standard form

Simplifying expressions

Expand and factorise expressions such as 3xy -6y2

Simplify algebraic fractions

Construct and solving linear equations

Solving linear inequalities

Substitute positive and negative values into algebraic formulae

Change the subject of a formula

Interpret real life graphs including distance-time graphs

y = mx + c

Understand the connection between lines that are parallel and lines that are

perpendicular

Find the distance between two points using Pythagoras' theorem

Solve a pair of simultaneous equations graphically

Solve a pair of simultaneous equations using elimination

Solve problems using direct and inverse proportion

Solve quadratic or cubic equations using trial and improvement

Plot the graphs of quadratic functions and find where it cuts the x-axes

Solve quadratic equations by factorising

Solve quadratic equations using the quadratic formula

Complete the square for a quadratic function

Find graphically the solutions of linear and quadratic simultaneous equations

Find algebraically solutions of linear and quadratic simultaneous equations

Plot and recognise quadratic, cubic, reciprocal and exponential graphs

Plot trig graphs

Use graphs to solve equations

Reflection; rotation; translation and enlargement

Transformation of curves

Constructions triangle, perpendicular bisector; angle of 60º and 30º

Pythagoras theorem and trigonometry

Pythagoras theorem and trigonometry in 3-D

Bearings

Sine and cosine rules

Circle Theorems

Area including circle

Volume of prisms including a cylinder

Spheres, cones, pyramids

Similar shapes to find missing lengths, areas and volumes

Vectors

Compound units including density

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