GCSE Maths - How to spot topics in a question? Watch

HarryOnTap
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With the maths papers fast approaching, it is one thing revising specific topics but with if there is a combination of two or three of them in one question? For example; you have volume in Pythagoras questions, Trigonometry in Pythagoras questions, Area of shapes in Velocity graphs.

Can anyone list other topics that tend to be with one another?
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Manipulating algebra appears in integration questions (and many other places!)
Angles often appear in circle theorem questions, and triangles just like to appear everywhere
Indices in compound interest
I'm sure there's plenty of others too!
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