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Grade 9 Maths Questions and Answers Booklet PDF

Are you a Grade 9 student taking mathematics via the distance learning mode? Are you looking for resources that can help you improve your maths skills? Then the Grade 9 Maths Questions and Answers FODE Course Booklet PDF is for you. The FODE (Flexible Open Distance Education) program in Papua New Guinea provides access to […]

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Free Year 9 Maths Worksheets for all Units

PNG Insight Mathematics Examinations Resources is a free secondary school maths website for online learners, home learners, tutors and teachers. We compile the Free Year 9 Maths Worksheets based on the units (and classroom learning targets). It is a superb collection of maths worksheets for children in Year 9 (aged 13-14). You can use these […]

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GCSE Basic Algebra Questions

There are four basic parts in GCSE algebra that you should know when revising for the maths papers. They are: 1. Substituting 2. Expanding 3. Factorising 4. Solving GCSE Algebra Questions Algebra is often regarded by both students and teachers as a tough topic to learn or teach. Yet, you will do well if master […]

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GCSE maths revision power tips for passing exams

The General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) mathematics examinations in the UK is challenging. Students often find the questions confronting. To help you follow the 5 guided tips on how to revise GCSE maths. You’ll find the links to the GCSE maths past papers and tests to help you prepare for your GCSE tests. Stationery […]

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How Can I Work Out Ratio, Fraction and Pecentage

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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