Cambridge Mathematics IGCSE Extended Shape and Space
Course

Cambridge Mathematics IGCSE Extended – 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 Trigonometric Graphs
3.F Non-Right Angled Triangles
3.G Vectors

112 Lessons

About the course

This Cambridge Mathematics IGCSE Extended course on shape and space gives you a full understanding of this topic. Taking you through a detailed syllabus, you are able to achieve grades between A* and E while learning life skills, as well as gaining internationally recognised training.

All you need to complete this course is a laptop with internet connection, a calculator, notepad and pen, making it easy to learn anywhere.

By the time you have completed this course, you will have an advanced understanding of all relevant aspects of shape and space.

What to expect

This Cambridge Mathematics IGCSE Extended course will guide you through every aspect of the shape and space syllabus. Breaking it down into manageable, stages, you can learn methodically in a way that makes it straightforward, as well as being able to see your course completion percentage.

Each section allows you to input your answers to questions, telling you whether they are correct or incorrect and giving you the opportunity to change your answers. By doing this, you can learn in an interactive way, putting your knowledge to the test as well as making sure you fully understand, before moving onto the next step.

Benefits

  • Gives an in-depth understanding of shape and space
  • User-friendly
  • Teaches the Cambridge Mathematics syllabus
  • Broken down into manageable steps
  • Input answers and mark as you go along
  • Learn at your own speed

Course Materials

COORDINATE GEOMETRY

Distance Between Two Points using Coordinates

Midpoint Formula

Gradient of Lines

Intercepts

Parallel Lines

Perpendicular Lines

Finding Equations of Lines

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

ANGLE GEOMETRY

Lines and Angles

Angles in Polygons

Polygons

Types of Angles

Types of Triangles

Angles in a Triangle

Quadrilaterals

Angles in a Quadrilateral

SIMILARITY

Similarity Proofs

Similar Triangles

Scale Drawings

Area of Similar Figures

Volume of Similar Figures

CONGRUENCE

Congruent Triangles

TRANSFORMATIONS

Transformation Axis Lines of Symmetry

Reflections of Transformation

Rotations of Transformation

CIRCLE GEOMETRY

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

MEASUREMENT

Length Conversions

Capacity Units

Mass Conversions

Volume Capacity Connection

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