Years 8, 9 and 10 Maths Revision Lists January 2012
Year 8 Mathematics Revision List January 2012
TOPIC 1 NUMBER PATTERNS
You should  I can 
Be able to recognise number patterns and extend them  
Be able to find multiples of a number  
Be able to list the factors of a number  
Be able to find the highest common factor of two numbers  
Know and be able to find the prime numbers up to 100  
Be able to find the prime factors of a number  
Be able to express a number as a product of primes  
Be able to use function machines  
Know and understand square and cube numbers  
Know and be able to extend the triangular number pattern 
TOPIC 2
ARITHMETIC AND THE CALCULATOR
You should  I can 
Know the times tables up to 12×12  
Be able to round numbers to the nearest 10/100/1000etc  
Be able to use mental Maths to work out answers in my head  
Be able to estimate the answers to problems and can use this to check calculations  
Be able to prioritise operations (BODMAS)  
Be able to write powers using index notation  
Be able to calculate powers written in index notation  
Be able to use the bracket x² and memory keys on my calculator  
Be able to use a calculator to find the answer to a problem 
TOPIC 3
ALGEBRA 1
You should  I can 
Be able to write one and two step formulae that represent real life problems  
Be able to use these formulae to solve the problem by substituting values into them  
Know the rules of algebra that are understood in any language  
Be able to collect like terms to simplify  
Be able to substitute numbers into formulae  
Be able to use algebra to solve problems  
Be able to generate a sequence using words or symbolic form 
TOPIC 4
ANGLES
You should  I can 
Know 1° is a unit used to measure angles  
Know that the total angle about a point is equal to 360°, angles in a triangle add up to 180°, angles on a line add to 180°  
Be able to use a protractor to measure angles up to 360°  
Be able to use a protractor to draw angles up to 360° 
TOPIC 5
STATISTICS
You should  I can 
Understand the importance of statistics and ways in which they are used in every day life  
Be able to answer questions using information from a bar chart, pictogram  
Be able to display information on a pictogram 
Use your notes, classwork book (maths jotter) and textbook to help you revise.
There are summary exercises at the end of each chapter. Use these and other resources given to you to help you revise.
Your examination will take place on Wednesday 11^{th} December, 2012.
Good luck.
Year 8 Maths Teachers.
December 2011.
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Year 9 Mathematics Revision List January 2012
ESTIMATING YOUR MENTAL POWERS
You should  
Understand powers and roots  
Be able to use your calculator to find the square of a number  
Be able to use your calculator to find the square root of a number  
Be able to use your calculator to find a number to any power  
Be able to use your calculator to find any root of a number  
Be able to use the rules of mental maths to work out answers in your head  
Be able to round to a given number of significant figures  
Be able to estimate solutions to a problem using rounded numbers  
Be able to estimate the square root of a number  
Be able to appreciate the importance of showing method when using a calculator. 
ALGEBRA
You should  
Be able to find rules for extending simple number patterns  
Be able to find the formula for the general term of a simple number pattern using algebra.  
Be able to find two step rules for extending patterns  
Be able to solve an equation which has an unknown on both sides of the equal sign  
Remember the rules of BODMAS when substituting values into formulae  
Know and understand what the nth term of a sequence is.  
Be able to find the formula for the nth term of a two step number sequence using algebra  
Be able to use a formula to find a particular term  
Be able to find the inverse of a formula 
POLYGONS
You should  
Know and be able to name polygons with 3, 4 5, 6, 8 and 10 sides.  
Know that a polygon has the same number of vertices as sides.  
Understand that a diagonal joins two vertices of a shape an be able to count the number of diagonals in any polygon  
Know the difference between regular and irregular polygons.  
Be able to draw and count the lines of symmetry on a regular polygon.  
Know that a regular polygon has rotational symmetry and be able to work out the order for each polygon.  
Recognise the difference between convex and concave polygons.  
Be able to identify particular sides of a shape by using letters.  
Be able to use a compass to construct triangles and polygons.  
Understand congruence.  
Be able to draw tessellations of regular polygons.  
Know what is meant by “exterior angle” and “interior angle” in the context of polygons  
Know the interior angles of a triangle add up to 180°  
Know the interior angles of a quadrilateral add up to 360°  
Know that the exterior angles of any polygon add up to 360°  
Know that the sum of the exterior and interior angles is 180° 
STATISTICS
You should  
Be able to use a compass to draw a circle of specific radius and diameter  
Be able to draw a pie chart and use it to analyse data when the total frequency is a factor of 360°  
Be able to find the mode from a frequency table, pie chart or bar chart  
Be able to find the median from a frequency table  
Be able to find the mean from a frequency table  
Be able to understand how questionnaires and statistical diagrams can mislead  
Be able to design a questionnaire 
Revision material from year 8: Fractions; Algebra – simplifying.
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Year 10 January 2012 Revision List
Year 8 and 9 Material 
Year 10 Material 

Use your notes, classwork book (maths jotter) and textbook to help you revise.
There are summary exercises at the end of each chapter. Use these and other resources given to you to help you revise.
Your examination will take place on Thursday 12^{th} December, 2012.
Good luck.
Year 10 Maths Teachers.
December 2011.
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