

BGCSE Math Core Syllabus (2/3)17 Personal and household finance [Volume 2] calculate (making use of tables and charts): simple interest, discount profit/loss, earnings 18 Graphs [Volume 3] use the cartesian coordinates for two dimensional graphs and interpret (and draw) travel graphs, conversion graphs 19 Graphs of functions [Volume 3] linear and quadratic graphs involving whole number coefficients and graphs of the form a/x where a is also a whole number. Solve linear and quadratic equations using graphs. 20 Straight line graphs NA for core 21 Algebraic representation [Volume 1, 2 & 3] express relationships written in language using numbers and letters. The subject of the relationship may appear more than once. 22 Algebraic Manipulation [Volume 1, 2 & 3] extract common factors. 23 Functions NA for core 24 Indicies perform calculations with positive, negative and zero indicies 25 Solving Equations [Volume 1, 2 & 3] solve linear equations for one unknown and simultaneous linear equations for two unknowns 26 Linear Programming rNA for core 27 Geometrical terms and relationship [Volume 2] know terms: points, obtuse, acute, reflex angles, line, bearing, parallel, right angle, perpendicular, similar, congruence. Know terms associated with circles, polygons, quadrilaterals and simple solids, and nets. 28 Geometrical Constructions measure and bisect angles, construct 60 degrees and 90 degrees angles using a stright edge and compasses, measure lines, draw to scale, draw triangles given three sides using only ruler and compasses 29 Symmetry identify and draw lines of symmetry for linear symmetry and rotational symmetry 30 Angle properties [Volume 2] angles at a point, angels formed within parallel lines, angles in a triangle/quadrilateral, angle properties of regular polygons, angle in a semi circle, angle between tangent and radius of a circle 31 Mensuration [Volume 1] calculate are of triangle, rectangle, circle, trapezium, parallelogram and any shape formed by any combination of these. Calculate the volume of cylinder, cuboid and prism. 32 Trigonometry [Volume 1] use bearings to measure angles (e.g. 030 degrees), use pythagoras theorem and the sine, cosine, tangent rule to find missing angle or missing side of a right angle triangle. Solve real world application problems, such as angle of elevation and depression, All angles are written as decimals. 1 2 3 Disclaimer

