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Indices and Standard Form eBook

              Indices and Standard Form eBook

              This indices and standard form eBook contains a selection of A4 printable worksheets  for GCSE mathematics .  Solutions are provided to enable quick and easy feedback.

              Topics Included

              • Square and Cube Numbers
              • Index Notation
              • Rules of Indices
              • Writing with Standard Index Form
              • Calculations with Standard Index Form
              • Simplifying Surds
              • Calculations with Surds
              • Negative Powers & Reciprocals
              • Fractional Powers
              • Rationalising the Denominator
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