Posted in: Algebra, Basic Maths Skills, Geometry, Maths Worksheet

## How to find slope of straight line

How to find slope of straight line: The slope of a line is a measure of the incline of the line. A positive slope indicates a line that goes UP from left to right. This line has a positive slope. A negative slope indicates that a line goes DOWN if you are moving from left […]

Posted in: Grade 10 algebra, Maths Worksheet

## Find equation of straight line: points, slope, formula

This worksheet explains how to find the equation of a straight line. There are three common ways to find equation of straight line in the form y = mx + c. By: finding the slope (m) and y-intercept (c), using the two-point method, or using the point-slope formula. The straight line formula: y = mx […]

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## Ratio to percentage, fraction and decimal worksheet

The ratio shows how parts of a whole quantity are shared. In this worksheet, we’ll look at the ratio of two numbers and how to convert the parts of a ratio to fraction, percentage and decimal. This work is ideal for Years 6, 7 or 8 students. The steps are laid out in the example […]

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## How to use password to get maths exam papers

How to use a password to download maths exam papers. There are two categories of Grade 8 Past Papers: 1) Past (OLD) Papers (2009 – 2014) 2) Latest (2015 – recent Papers) 1) How to download the OLD maths exam papers At the information page of the Mathematics Exam Resources (this) website, i) Click on […]

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## Convert Improper Fraction to Mixed Number

In this practice worksheet, we take a look at 10 common mixed numbers and 10 common improper fractions and how to convert them from one form to another. You can download these notes as a worksheet to do in class or at home. If you know the difference between an improper fraction and a mixed […]

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## How to add fractions with same denominators

Adding fractions with the same denominators is a Number concept that teachers introduce to students earlier in primary schools. In some countries, ‘same’ denominators are referred to as ‘related’ denominators. ‘Same denominators or related denominators mean the same. In this post, you will find out how to add fractions with the same denominators using practice […]