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Year 9

Expressions and formulae

Lessons (12)

I can use the distributive law to multiply an expression by a term.
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I can solve equations involving brackets.
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I can use the distributive law to find the product of two binomials.
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I can use the special case when the product of two binomials is the difference of two squares.
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I can find more complex binomial products.
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I can appreciate that an additive relationship between variables can be written in a number of different ways.
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I can appreciate that a multiplicative relationship between variables can be written in a number of different ways.
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I can apply an understanding of inverse operations to a simple formula in order to make a specific variable the subject.
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I can apply an understanding of inverse operations to a complex formula in order to make a specific variable the subject.
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I can evaluate different problems to ascertain when rearranging a formula is beneficial.
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I can evaluate an expression where the subject has been changed and where it has not.
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I can use my knowledge of expressions and formulae to solve problems.
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