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## The Sine Rule – GCSE Maths Grade 7+

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## GCSE maths iteration – part 3 (fairly difficult)

This video gives an explanation of how to work with difficult GCSE maths iteration questions, sometimes called 'iterative formula.' The … [Read More...]

## GCSE mathematics iteration part 2 – GCSE maths grade 7+

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## How to work with an algebraic equation – GCSE Maths Grade 7+

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## Solving simultaneous equations by substitution – circles & straight line question

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