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The m+e+a+n is the sum of all the values 4 divided by the number of values. Key Facts The formula for the circumference of a circle is c = 2  r The mode is the most common value. Think carefully about calculations. Decide whether to use: a mental calculation;.

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The m+e+a+n is the sum of all the values

4

divided by the number of values.

  • Key Facts

  • The formula for the circumference of a circle is c = 2  r

  • The mode is the most common value

  • Think carefully about calculations.

  • Decide whether to use:

  • a mental calculation;

  • Explain

  • how you worked out

  • angles or lengths from

  • those you were given.

  • how you came to conclusions

a mental calculation with some jottings

a written method

a calculator

Top Tips

Pick out important

words or symbols

Look for words likesum,

product, calculate

Remember

Algebra has the same rules as arithmetic

  • Check your answer is

  • sensible

  • Do a rough estimate

  • Does your answer feel close ?

  • Personal!

  • try to correct your worst habits

  • write it at the top of your answer

  • book in pencil

  • go back and check when you

  • need them during the exam.

  • Don’t Do It

  • Don’t assume a diagram is drawn

  • accurately

  • Do not misread scales

Check to see that you have got

the units correct and that you

have written the answer in the

correct way

  • Check to see if you were asked

  • to give the answer to a certain

  • number of decimal places or

  • significant figures

Never give the probability of an

event as a ratio or as odds


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