Rearranging Formula (Higher)

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Key takeaways
To be able to recap basic rearranging equations.
To be able to rearrange harder equations.
To be able to answer GCSE exam questions.
Amber Ali Host: Ms Ali is a secondary school teacher in England. She has been teaching for 7 years and also has a youtube channel aimed at students to further enhance their learning experience.

Rearranging formulas with powers or roots requires more advanced techniques. This concept is included in the higher paper and will be important if you are aiming for higher grades. In this class, students will recap basic rearranging equations before moving onto harder equations. Students will be given the opportunity to walk through GCSE exam style questions to increase their confidence and prepare. This class is great for students who are in GCSE or equivalent level Maths who want to feel prepared!

Want to feel more prepared? Check out these Maths sessions!: Circle Theorem: GCSE QuestionsComposite Functions: GCSE QuestionsFactorising Quadratics (Higher)

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This class is suitable for students in Years 10 -11.

Class requirements:
You will need a laptop or device with internet connection to watch the class, as well as a pen and notepad for taking notes.
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