Maths last minuite revision 4.0 / 5 based on 5 ratings ? MathematicsStandard formSurdsGCSEAQA Created by: GraceCreated on: 03-11-16 19:36 What do -2/-3 mean in transitions (is it going left right up down etc) Left and down 1 of 15 What do 2/3 mean in transitions (is it going left right up down etc) Right and up 2 of 15 What is a square number? A number that is multiplied by itself 3 of 15 Give 4 cubed numbers 8 ,27 ,64 ,125 4 of 15 What is the rule in standard form? If the number gets smaller the power gets bigger 5 of 15 For an answer to be in standard form standard form must be... between 1-10 6 of 15 In fractional powers is the power on top an the root and the bottom or the root on top and the power at the bottom? Power on top, Root on bottom 7 of 15 If two numbers are the same in a surd question. In the answer are the numbers still added/ subtracted/ multiplied etc... False. The number stays the same because it is the same number. 8 of 15 What is a surd? An irrational number with no square root 9 of 15 How can a surd be simplified Finding a factor that involves a square number eg: 8 Equation: Root 4 (square number ) multiplied by root 2 10 of 15 How do I simplify fractional roots? Divide the two numbers together 11 of 15 What is the equation for enlargment Scale factor x point to x ( or dot) = enlargement 12 of 15 What 'special lines' should I draw for enlargement process? A STARIGHT line from X (or dot) to corner of shape to edge of graph 13 of 15 If an enlargement is a - (minus) number then the shape will end up... UPSIDE DOWN! :) 14 of 15 What are you gonna do on this maths test? Nail it! :) 15 of 15

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