Maths Calculator Exam Topics?? EDEXCEL Watch

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I've been wondering for a while now what topics you may need to revise/study for the maths calculator GCSE exam paper, I have a rough idea of the topics that you may need to revise:

Exchange Rate
Bounds
Trial and Error
Simple and Compound interest
Percentages
Reverse percentage
Quadratic formula
Sampling
Mean from grouped frequency
Probability
Frequency
Area/volume of a sphere
Pythagoras Theorem
Trigonometry
Sine Rule
Cosine Rule
Area/volume of a cone
Area and circumference of a circle
Area of a sector

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Please clarify in the comments if I have missed any of the topics that may be needed. And feel free to use this as a guide for your revision
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volume
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(Original post by emerald7770)
volume
There's already a mention of volume.
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Algebraic Fractions can come up on both calc and non-calc. Sequences can also come up on both papers. Equation on a line, line segments, and etc.
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Thanks, this is really helpful!
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Iteration is only in calculator.
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