Mathematics  

ccea.org.uk  12x12 table 
t 2 & t 5 = c  Pythagorean Theorem Calculator 
tutor,Alastair Maxwell alastair.maxwell@nrc,ac.uk 

Area tables  Higher gcse answers pdf 
Length tables  decimal rounding calculator 
Volume tables  Complex quaratic calculator 
Capacity tables  Factors odd even calculator 
Mass tables  Area calculators link 
How to read numbers in tables  Law of sines calculator 
Math formula  polygon angles calculator 
Using Casio % function instructions  convex polygon calculators 
Using manual % function instructions  circle calculations 
Greek alphabet letters & Roman numerals  pi usage calculators x3 
trial & improvement using calculator  Pi calculator 
Powers & exponents  fraction decimal calculator 
Special Characters  Congruent = exact same two circles are always the same transformations on page 452(gcse) translations = move 
Table of squares & square roots  
Converting Fahrenheit to Celsius  reflections = mirrow image notations = turn enlargement = size 
Probability & statistics symbols  
Sine tables  translations are given in vector form 
Set theory symbols  + = right,up 
Basic math symbols   = left,down 
Geometry symbols  3 is to right, 1 is down after translations exact copy, different location 
alt ket code and symbols  reflections draw a mirrow line 
Cimbinatorics symbols  rotations clockwise or anti clockwise 90º, 180º, 270º or ¼,½,¾ 
Linear algebra symbols  
Numeral symbols  enlargement =
size increase or decrease
given point of enlargement scale more then 1/3 gets larger 
Logic symbols  
Algebra symbols  All triangles must add up to 180° 
Calculus symbols  triangle roles Equaltieral triangle 3 equal sides all 60° Iscodes triangle 2 equal sides (2 equal sides) Scalene triangle all side have different lengths and angles 
reflect y = x is a diagonal line  
1; "mean" is the "average" where you add up all the numbers and then divide by the total of number of numbers 2; "mode" is the value that occurs most often 3; "median" is the "middle" value rewrite your list of numbersin numerical order 4; "range" subtrack the lowest value from the highest value 

acute angle less than 90° right angle = 90° Obtruse angle bewteen 90° and 180° straight line = 180° Reflex angle greater than 180° complete turn 360° Complementary angles 90° = right angles Supplementary angles 180° Vertical opposie angles all angles = 360° Parallel lines never meet Corresponding angles are created where a transversal crosses other (usually parallel) lines. Corresponding angles are the ones at the same location at each intersection. alternative angles are always equal same as Z angles Hypotenuse formula for area of a triangle is 1/2 X times the base X perpendicular 