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# GCSE: Maths

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1. ## GCSE Maths questions

• Develop your confidence and skills in GCSE Maths using our free interactive questions with teacher feedback to guide you at every stage.
• Level: GCSE
• Questions: 75
2. ## Open Box Investigation

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• Word count: 1276
• Submitted: 06/02/2010
• Marked by teacher: Mick Macve 18/03/2012
3. ## opposite corners

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• Word count: 1638
• Submitted: 08/03/2007
• Marked by teacher: Cornelia Bruce 18/04/2013
4. ## I am going to investigate the difference between the products of the numbers in the opposite corners of any rectangle that can be drawn on a 100 square (10x10) grid

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• Word count: 1629
• Submitted: 21/02/2013
• Marked by teacher: Cornelia Bruce 18/07/2013
• Awarding body: Edexcel (for GCSEs)
5. ## T-TOTALS

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• Word count: 1156
• Submitted: 17/02/2011
• Marked by teacher: Cornelia Bruce 18/07/2013
6. ## Maths coursework- stair totals. I shall be investigating the total and difference in sets of stairs in different grid sizes. I will be investigating the relationship between stair totals on different grids.

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• Word count: 1525
• Submitted: 10/01/2010
• Marked by teacher: Cornelia Bruce 18/07/2013
7. ## Opposite Corners of a Square on a Number Grid

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• Word count: 1196
• Submitted: 04/11/2007
• Marked by teacher: Cornelia Bruce 18/04/2013
8. ## In this coursework, I intend to investigate the differences of the products of the diagonally opposite corners of a rectangle, drawn on a 10x10 grid, with the squares numbered off 1 to 100

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• Word count: 1516
• Submitted: 24/04/2006
• Marked by teacher: Cornelia Bruce 18/07/2013
9. ## Opposite Corners

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• Word count: 1956
• Submitted: 06/06/2005
• Marked by teacher: Cornelia Bruce 18/04/2013
10. ## Frogs Investigation - look at your results and try to find a formula which gives the least number of moves needed for any number of discs x .It may help if you can count the number of hops and slides separately .

• Word count: 1371
• Submitted: 01/07/2010
• Marked by teacher: Cornelia Bruce 18/07/2013
11. ## Opposite Corners.

• Word count: 1921
• Submitted: 13/10/2004
• Marked by teacher: Cornelia Bruce 18/04/2013
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Maths enables you to improve your numerical skills, to think logically and to solve problems in stages. It helps you to reason and to recognise reasonable estimated answers before and after your calculations.

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