# Course: Maths Frameworking • Pupil Book 3.3 • 3rd Edition

• 1 Percentages
• 1.1 Simple Interest
• 1.2 Percentage Increases and Decreases
• 1.3 Calculating the Original Value
• 1.4 Repeated Percentage Changes
• 2 Equations and Formulae
• 2.1 Multiplying out Brackets
• 2.2 Factorising Algebraic Expressions
• 2.3 Expressions with Several Variables
• 2.4 Equations with Fractions
• 3 Polygons
• 3.1 Properties of Polygons
• 3.2 Interior and Exterior Angles of Regular Polygons
• 3.3 Tessellations and Regular Polygons
• 4 Using Data
• 4.1 Scatter Graphs and Correlation
• 4.2 Two-Way Tables
• 4.3 Estimation of a Mean from Grouped Data
• 4.4 Cumulative Frequency Diagrams
• 4.5 Statistical Investigations
• 5 Applications of Graphs
• 5.1 Step Graphs
• 5.2 Time Graphs
• 5.3 Exponential Growth Graphs
• 6 Pythagoras’ Theorem
• 6.1 Introducing Pythagoras’ Theorem
• 6.2 Using Pythagoras’ Theorem to Solve Problems
• 6.3 The Converse of Pythagoras’ Theorem
• 7 Fractions
• 7.1 Adding and Subtracting Fractions
• 7.2 Multiplying Fractions and Mixed Numbers
• 7.3 Dividing Fractions and Mixed Numbers
• 7.4 Algebraic Fractions
• 8 Algebra
• 8.1 Expanding the Product of Two Brackets
• 8.2 Expanding Expressions with More Than Two Brackets
• 8.3 Factorising Quadratic Expressions with Positive Coefficients
• 8.4 Factorising Quadratic Expressions with Negative Coefficients
• 8.5 The Difference of Two Squares
• 9 Decimal Numbers
• 9.1 Powers of 10
• 9.2 Standard Form
• 9.3 Multiplying with Numbers in Standard Form
• 9.4 Dividing with Numbers in Standard Form
• 9.5 Upper and Lower Bounds
• 10 Surface Area and Volume of Cylinders
• 10.1 Volume of a Cylinder
• 10.2 Surface Area of a Cylinder
• 10.3 Composite Shapes
• 11 Solving Equations Graphically
• 11.1 Graphs from Equations in the Form 𝑎𝑦 ± 𝑏𝑥 = 𝑐
• 11.2 Solving Simultaneous Equations by Drawing Graphs
• 11.3 Solving Quadratic Equations by Drawing Graphs
• 11.4 Solving Cubic Equations by Drawing Graphs
• 12 Compound Units
• 12.1 Speed
• 12.2 More Compound Units
• 12.3 Unit Costs
• 13 Right-Angled Triangles
• 13.1 Introducing Trigonometric Ratios
• 13.2 How to Find Trigonometric Ratios of Angles
• 13.3 Using Trigonometric Ratios to Find Angles
• 13.4 Using Trigonometric Ratios to Find Lengths

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