**This is the Study List for the Maths Test on Friday 10th November**

**Topic 1: Angles in Parallel Lines**

- To be able to identify parallel lines & transversal
- To be able to find the value of missing angles in parallel lines
**Corresponding**Angles are Equal (F)**Alternate**Angles are Equal (Z or N)**Interior**Angles add up to 180 (U or C)

- The above angles in parallel lines facts may be combined with angle facts that we covered last year:
- Vertically Opposite Angles are Equal (X)
- Angles on a Straight Line add up to 180
- Angles around/at a point add up to 360
- Angles in a Triangle add up to 180
- Angles in a Quadrilateral add up to 360

Here is the revision worksheet to re-work (notice that when it was given, I marked the angles, I suggest you do this before you re-work as it will help identify the shapes better): Mark Angles before giving – Angles in Parallel Lines REV WS

**Topic 2: Directed Numbers**

- To be able to understand the use of directed numbers in every day life (ex. Temperature)
- To be able to
**add and subtract directed numbers**using the number line or money reasoning method (signs NOT together) - To be able to add and subtract directed numbers when the
**signs are together**(touching signs become one sign!) - To be able to
**multiply and divide**directed numbers

Revision Worksheet: Revision Sheet Negative Numbers

**Topic 3: Expressions & Equations**

- To be able to
**write an expression**from a worded situation (*ex. There are 10 cars in a car park then c more arrive or Multiply a number by 3 then subtract 2*) - To be able to
**simplify an expression by collecting like terms** - To be able to
**substitute numbers instead of letters**into an expression - To be able to
**solve an equation**(*find the value of the unknown*)- Type 1: y + 2 = 5 or y – 2 = 5
- Type 2: 3y = 24
- Type 3: 4y + 1 = 9

Collecting Like Terms Worksheets: Collecting Like Terms WS , Collecting Like Terms WS 2

**How to study?**

*Go over all of the PowerPoints posted on the blog each week to remember exactly what we did in class. Work any examples on the slides to assess yourself**Go over the Maths notes given. (posted some blog posts ago aswell)**Go over the Classwork/Homework given**Use the book for additional explanations & examples to work out**Find resources/games online*

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