How to be Good at Maths
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• 1: Numbers
• 1: Number symbols
• 2: Place value
• 3: Sequences and patterns
• 4: Sequences and shapes
• 5: Positive and negative numbers
• 6: Comparing numbers
• 7: Ordering numbers
• 8: Estimating
• 9: Rounding
• 10: Factors
• 11: Multiples
• 12: Prime numbers
• 13: Prime factors
• 14: Square numbers
• 15: Square roots
• 16: Cube numbers
• 17: Fractions
• 18: Improper fractions and mixed numbers
• 19: Equivalent fractions
• 20: Simplifying fractions
• 21: Finding a fraction of an amount
• 22: Comparing fractions with the same denominators
• 23: Comparing unit fractions
• 24: Comparing non-unit fractions
• 25: Using the lowest common denominator
• 27: Subtracting fractions
• 28: Multiplying fractions
• 29: Dividing fractions
• 30: Decimal numbers
• 31: Comparing and ordering decimals
• 32: Rounding decimals
• 34: Subtracting decimals
• 35: Percentages
• 36: Calculating percentages
• 37: Percentage changes
• 38: Ratio
• 39: Proportion
• 40: Scaling
• 41: Different ways to describe fractions
• 2: Calculating
• 2: Adding with a number line
• 3: Adding with a number grid
• 8: Subtraction
• 9: Subtraction facts
• 10: Partitioning for subtraction
• 11: Subtracting with a number line
• 13: Expanded column subtraction
• 14: Column subtraction
• 15: Multiplication
• 16: Multiplication as scaling
• 17: Factor pairs
• 18: Counting in multiples
• 19: Multiplication tables
• 20: The multiplication grid
• 21: Multiplication patterns and strategies
• 22: Multiplying by 10, 100, and 1000
• 23: Multiplying by multiples of 10
• 24: Partitioning for multiplication
• 25: The grid method
• 26: Expanded short multiplication
• 27: Short multiplication
• 28: Expanded long multiplication
• 29: Long multiplication
• 30: More long multiplication
• 31: Multiplying decimals
• 32: The lattice method
• 32: Division
• 33: Dividing with multiples
• 34: The division grid
• 35: Division tables
• 36: Dividing with factor pairs
• 37: Checking for divisibility
• 38: Dividing by 10, 100 and 1000
• 39: Dividing by multiples of 10
• 40: Partitioning for division
• 41: Expanded short division
• 42: Short division
• 43: Expanded long division
• 44: Long division
• 45: Converting remainders
• 46: Dividing with decimals
• 47: The order of operations
• 48: Arithmetic laws
• 49: Using a calculator
• 3: Measurement
• 1: Length
• 2: Calculating with length
• 3: Perimeter
• 4: Using formulas to find perimeter
• 5: Area
• 6: Estimating area
• 7: Working out area with a formula
• 8: Areas of triangles
• 9: Areas of parallelograms
• 10: Areas of complex shapes
• 11: Comparing area and perimeter
• 12: Capacity
• 13: Volume
• 14: The volumes of solids
• 15: Working out volume with a formula
• 16: Mass
• 17: Mass and weight
• 18: Calculating with mass
• 19: Temperature
• 20: Calculating with temperature
• 21: Imperial units
• 22: Imperial units of length, volume, and mass
• 23: Telling the time
• 24: Dates
• 25: Calculating with time
• 26: Money
• 27: Using money
• 28: Calculating with money
• 4: Geometry
• 1: What is a line?
• 2: Horizontal and vertical lines
• 3: Diagonal lines
• 4: Parallel lines
• 5: Perpendicular lines
• 6: 2D shapes
• 7: Regular and irregular polygons
• 8: Triangles
• 10: Naming polygons
• 11: Circles
• 12: 3D shape
• 13: Types of 3D shape
• 14: Prisms
• 15: Nets
• 16: Angles
• 17: Degrees
• 18: Right angles
• 19: Types of angle
• 20: Angles on a straight line
• 21: Angles at a point
• 22: Opposite angles
• 23: Using a protractor
• 24: Angles inside triangles
• 25: Calculating angles inside triangles
• 27: Calculating angles inside quadrilaterals
• 28: Angles inside polygons
• 29: Calculating the angles in a polygon
• 30: Coordinates
• 31: Plotting points using coordinates
• 32: Positive and negative coordinates
• 33: Using coordinates to draw a polygon
• 34: Position and direction
• 35: Compass directions
• 36: Reflective symmetry
• 37: Rotational symmetry
• 38: Reflection
• 39: Rotation
• 40: Translation
• 5: Statistics
• 1: Data handling
• 2: Tally marks
• 3: Frequency tables
• 4: Carroll diagrams
• 5: Venn diagrams
• 6: Averages
• 7: The mean
• 8: The median
• 9: The mode
• 10: The range
• 11: Using averages
• 12: Pictograms
• 13: Block graphs
• 14: Bar charts
• 15: Drawing bar charts
• 16: Line graphs
• 17: Drawing line graphs
• 18: Pie charts
• 19: Making pie charts
• 20: Probability
• 21: Calculating probability
• 6: Algebra
• 1: Equations
• 2: Solving equations
• 3: Formulas and sequences
• 4: Formulas
• 7: Glossary
• 8: Index
• 10: Acknowledgments  