Cambridge Mathematics IGCSE Core Shape and Space

Cambridge Mathematics IGCSE Core – Shape and Space

3.1 Coordinate Geometry
3.2 Angle Geometry
3.3 Similarity
3.4 Congruence
3.5 Transformations
3.6 Circle Geometry
3.7 Measurement
3.8 Perimeter
3.9 Area
3.A Surface Area
3.B Volume
3.C Pythagoras Theorem
3.D Trigonometry
3.E Vectors

102 Lessons

About the course

This Cambridge Mathematics IGCSE Core course on shape and space will give you a fundamental base of knowledge on all relevant aspects of the curriculum.

Created to make learning as straightforward as possible, all you need to complete it is a computer with internet connection, calculator, notepad and pen.

By the time you reach the end of the course, you will be proficient in your understanding of shape and space, putting you in a great position to continue your learning and improve your job prospects.

What to expect

Guiding students through each section, this course logically breaks the topic down into small, manageable steps, making learning enjoyable and simple.

Input your answers as you go along to see if they are correct or not, making changes to ensure you understand each section before moving into the next.

The completion bar updates as you work your way through the course, allowing you to see your progress percentage and plan your time effectively.


  • Teaches an in-depth curriculum on the topic of shape and space
  • Requires minimal equipment
  • User-friendly style of learning
  • Input and mark answers as you learn
  • Reach a maximum grade of C

Course Materials


Distance Between Two Points using Coordinates

Midpoint Formula

Gradient of Lines


Parallel Lines

Finding Equations of Lines

Finding Equations of Lines involving Angles

General Form of a Line

Finding Gradient from an Equation

Finding a Linear Equation from a Graph

Sketching Linear Graphs

Distance from a Point to a Line: Perpendicular Distance Formula


Lines and Angles

Angles in Polygons


Types of Angles

Types of Triangles

Angles in a Triangle


Angles in a Quadrilateral


Similar Triangles

Proof of Similar Triangles

Scale Drawings

Area of Similar Figures

Volume of Similar Figures


Congruent Triangles


Transformation Axis Lines of Symmetry

Reflection of Transformation

Rotation of Curves


Angles in Centre and Circumference

Angles in Same Segment

Angles in Semi Circle

Cyclic Quadrilateral and Angles in a Circle

Alternate Segment

Chords and Tangents in Circles

Intersecting Chords

Intersecting Tangents

Radius Meets a Chord at Right Angle

Cyclic Quadrilateral and Lines in a Circle


Length Conversions

Evaluation by Converting Lengths

Equations by Converting Lengths

Capacity Units

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