# Edexcel GCSE Mathematics 1MA0/2H - 8th June 2015Watch

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#1
I'm guessing that it will be of similar difficulty as the non-calculator paper, anyone want to take a stab at guessing which topics come up?

Hoping for upper and lower bounds and an easy trial and error question...
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#2
(Original post by drinktheoceans)
I'm guessing that it will be of similar difficulty as the non-calculator paper, anyone want to take a stab at guessing which topics come up?

Hoping for upper and lower bounds and an easy trial and error question...
My maths teacher created a list:
-cake problems
-Trial and improvement
-Trigonometry (basic or sine/cosine/area of triangle)
-Pythagoras
Histograms
-similar shapes
-compound interest
-enlargement
Some of the topics in the list😀
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4 years ago
#3
(Original post by KolsumaB)
My maths teacher created a list:
-cake problems
-Trial and improvement
-Trigonometry (basic or sine/cosine/area of triangle)
-Pythagoras
Histograms
-similar shapes
-compound interest
-enlargement
Some of the topics in the list😀
So basically pure easy (oppersite of non-calculator
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4 years ago
#4
(Original post by ckfeister)
So basically pure easy (oppersite of non-calculator
Seems to be, hopefully it is. Good luck in the exam😃
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4 years ago
#5
(Original post by KolsumaB)
Seems to be, hopefully it is. Good luck in the exam😃
Thanks
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4 years ago
#6
We also got a list :^_^:
Averages,
probably estimating the mean from a freq table.
Percentages,
compound interest or reverse % question.
Expanding brackets or solving quadratics using the formula or difference of 2 squares.
Sharing money in a ratio, or changing the number of people in a recipe.
Upper bounds and lower bounds.
Histograms or frequency polygons or box plots.
Volume, density and mass.
Finding the area or the circumference of circles or parts of circles.
Direct and inverse proportionality.
Finding the nth term of a sequence.
Area and volume factors.
Drawing 3D shapes – nets, plan & elevations.
Significant figures.
Trigonometry and/or Sine and Cosine rules.
Trail and Improvement.Probability, all probabilities add up to 1.
How many times do you expect something to happen.Moving averages.
Circle Theorems (angles in circles).Stratified samples.
Standard Index FormSimilar triangles or other shapes or congruence.
Simultaneous Equations (perhaps with one quadratic !)
Vector.Two way tables.
Loci or construction.
Good luck xo
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#7
(Original post by EmileeR)
We also got a list :^_^:
Averages,
probably estimating the mean from a freq table.
Percentages,
compound interest or reverse % question.
Expanding brackets or solving quadratics using the formula or difference of 2 squares.
Sharing money in a ratio, or changing the number of people in a recipe.
Upper bounds and lower bounds.
Histograms or frequency polygons or box plots.
Volume, density and mass.
Finding the area or the circumference of circles or parts of circles.
Direct and inverse proportionality.
Finding the nth term of a sequence.
Area and volume factors.
Drawing 3D shapes – nets, plan & elevations.
Significant figures.
Trigonometry and/or Sine and Cosine rules.
Trail and Improvement.Probability, all probabilities add up to 1.
How many times do you expect something to happen.Moving averages.
Circle Theorems (angles in circles).Stratified samples.
Standard Index FormSimilar triangles or other shapes or congruence.
Simultaneous Equations (perhaps with one quadratic !)
Vector.Two way tables.
Loci or construction.
Good luck xo

(Original post by KolsumaB)
My maths teacher created a list:
-cake problems
-Trial and improvement
-Trigonometry (basic or sine/cosine/area of triangle)
-Pythagoras
Histograms
-similar shapes
-compound interest
-enlargement
Some of the topics in the list😀
Thanks
Feel pretty comfortable on most of these topics so it seems good, Good Luck everyone
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4 years ago
#8
Like everyone said above those are probably likely to come up good luck i hope its not as hard as Thursday's i reckon even if there are hard question as long as it relates to this topics well be fine GOOD LUCKKKK EVERYONE!!
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4 years ago
#9
Lol, at least I'm starting revising before 8:30pm the night before until 1:30am...

Tip: use the predicted maths papers and fill up gaps in your knowledge.
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