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## Category: Question of the Week

# Scatter Diagrams: GCSE Maths Question of the Week

Can your students solve a tricky GCSE question on scatter diagrams? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a challenging question on scatter diagramsContinue reading

# Inverse Proportion: GCSE Maths Question of the Week

Can your students solve a tricky GCSE question on inverse proportion? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a challenging question on circle theorems providedContinue reading

# Equation of a Circle: GCSE Maths Question of the Week

Can your students solve a tricky GCSE question using the equation of a circle? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a challenging questionContinue reading

# Circle Theorems: GCSE Maths Question of the Week

Can your students solve a tricky GCSE question on circle theorems? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a challenging question on circle theorems providedContinue reading

# Percentage Increase: GCSE Maths Question of the Week

Can your students solve a tricky GCSE question on percentage increase? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a lovely little question on percentageContinue reading

# Fraction Application Problem: GCSE Maths Question of the Week

Can your students solve a tricky GCSE question on fractions? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a lovely contextual question on fractions providedContinue reading

# Interpreting Grouped Data: GCSE Maths Question of the Week

Can your students solve a tricky GCSE question on interpreting grouped data? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a lovely question on InterpretingContinue reading

# Composite Functions: GCSE Maths Question of the Week

Can your students solve a tricky GCSE question on composite functions? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a lovely Composite Functions question provided exclusivelyContinue reading

# Direct Proportion: GCSE Maths Question of the Week

Can your students solve a tricky GCSE question on direct proportion? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a lovely Direct Proportion question provided exclusivelyContinue reading

# Transforming Functions: GCSE Maths Question of the Week (Higher)

Can your students solve a tricky GCSE question on transforming functions question? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a lovely Transformation of Functions question providedContinue reading

# Solving Equations with Surds: GCSE Maths Question of the Week (Higher)

Can your students solve a nasty looking equation involving a surd? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a lovely Equations with Surds questionContinue reading

# Expression, Equation, Formula, Identity: GCSE Maths Question of the Week (Foundation/Higher)

Can your students correctly identify an expression, equation, formula and identity? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a lovely Algebra question provided exclusively forContinue reading

# Area of a Trapezium: GCSE Maths Question of the Week (Foundation/Higher)

Can your students correctly work out the value of the missing dimension on this trapezium? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a lovelyContinue reading

# Volume of a Cone: GCSE Maths Question of the Week (Foundation/Higher)

Can your students correctly calculate the volume of a cone? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a lovely Volume of a Cone questionContinue reading

# Intepreting Histograms: GCSE Maths Question of the Week

Will your students be able to interpret a histogram to work out how many people are in a group? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week seriesContinue reading

# SUVAT Equations – TES Maths Resource of the Week 9 (2016/17)

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# Angles in Polygons (Foundation/Higher) – GCSE Maths Question of the Week

Will your students be able to handle a lovely question about the interior angles of a regular octagon? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week seriesContinue reading

# Dividing Fractions (Foundation/Higher) – GCSE Maths QOTW

Will your students be able to handle a division of fractions question that contains and mixed number fraction and an integer? There’s only one way to find out! The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question ofContinue reading

# Transformations and Invariant Points (Higher) – GCSE Maths QOTW

Your students may be the kings and queens of reflections, rotations, translations and enlargements, but how will they cope with the new concept of invariant points? There’s only one way to find out! The latestContinue reading