## GCSE Maths in Everyday Life: Practical Applications You Never Knew

Introduction Maths is one of the toughest subjects to learn, but it is also one of the most important. According ...

Introduction Maths is one of the toughest subjects to learn, but it is also one of the most important. According ...

We now know how to find the averages of data, but what if this data is grouped? This makes things ...

All about frequency diagrams A frequency diagram (also known as a bar chart) uses bars to represent each different part ...

One thing that you may have noticed in this lesson is the class boundaries for some of the groups. In ...

Quadratic equations A quadratic equation involves \( x^2 \) and when we look to solve an equation of this sort ...

Recall that to get the fractions to the same denominator we looked to multiply or divide the entire fraction (both ...

Another way in which we can simplify fractions and equations is to factorise the different parts to find common terms. ...

What are sequences? A sequence is just a list of numbers that follows a specific pattern. This can then help ...

What is cumulative frequency? Frequency and cumulative frequency are very closely related. If we are given an ordinary frequency then ...

On some occasions we may have to work with cumulative frequency ‘in reverse’. Sometimes we may start with a cumulative ...

What is a hypothesis? A hypothesis is basically a theory that somebody states that needs to be tested in order ...

Other quadratics At times we may be faced with a harder type of quadratic which does not have the same ...

Many circle theorems were developed by ancient Greek mathematicians who recognised the use of the circle and looked into its ...

Graphical inequalities By solving an inequality on a graph that involves both x and y we get a region on a graph rather than a ...

So far we have looked at collecting data using surveys and asking people ourselves. This is known as primary data ...