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# Succeed with maths: part 1

### Syllabus

• Introduction and guidance
• Introduction and guidance
• What is a badged course?
• How to get a badge
• Acknowledgements
• Week1Week 1: Solving puzzles
• Introduction
• 1 Puzzles and real-world maths
• 2 Problem solving
• 3 Understanding numbers
• 3.1 Parts of the whole â€“ decimal numbers
• 5 Subtraction
• 5.1 Subtracting one number from another
• 6 Multiplication
• 6.1 Everyday multiplication
• 7 Division
• 8 Does order matter for multiplication and division?
• 9 This week's quiz
• 10 Summary of Week 1
• Acknowledgements
• Week2Week 2: Working with numbers
• Introduction
• 1 Fractions and decimals
• 2 Rounding
• 3 Getting to know your calculator
• 3.1 Another calculator activity
• 4 Exponents or powers
• 4.1 Calculator exploration: exponents
• 5 Order of operations
• 6 Using maths in the real world
• 6.1 Maths cycle in practice: insulating the attic
• 7 Problem-solving strategies
• 8 This week's quiz
• 9 Summary of Week 2
• Acknowledgements
• Week3Week 3: Parts of the whole
• Introduction
• 1 Fractions
• 1.1 Folding paper
• 2 Equivalent fractions
• 2.1 Working with equivalent fractions
• 3 Fractions of a group
• 3.1 Thinking more about fractions
• 4 Mixed numbers
• 4.1 Improper fractions
• 5 Fractions â€“ bringing it all together
• 6 This week's quiz
• 7 Summary of Week 3
• References
• Acknowledgements
• Week4Week 4: More parts of the whole
• Introduction
• 1 Adding and subtracting fractions
• 1.1 The process of adding and subtracting
• 1.2 Adding and subtracting mixed numbers
• 1.3 Reporting results using fractions
• 2 Multiplying fractions
• 2.1 Multiplying mixed numbers and fractions
• 2.2 Practical multiplication
• 3 Dividing fractions
• 3.1 Practising dividing fractions
• 3.2 Dividing mixed numbers and fractions
• 3.3 Dividing mixed numbers and fractions â€“ more examples
• 4 Fractions on your calculator
• 5 This week's quiz
• 6 Summary of Week 4
• References
• Acknowledgements
• Week5Week 5: Relationships among numbers
• Introduction
• 1 Percentages
• 2 Writing a percentage as a fraction or decimal
• 3 Writing a decimal as a percentage
• 4 Writing a fraction as a percentage
• 5 Converting between percentages, decimals and fractions
• 6 Finding a percentage of a number
• 7 What percentage is it?
• 8 Facts and figures
• 9 This week's quiz
• 10 Summary of Week 5
• References
• Acknowledgements
• Week6Week 6:Â Percentage calculations and ratios
• Introduction
• 1 Using percentages
• 1.1 Finding a percentage of a value
• 1.2 Money
• 2 Percentage increase or decrease
• 2.1 Calculating a result following a percentage increase or decrease
• 2.2 Does the order of percentage change calculations matter?
• 2.3 Calculating original amounts
• 3 Percentage points
• 4 Ratios
• 4.1 Ratios in recipes
• 5 This week's quiz
• 6 Summary of Week 6
• References
• Acknowledgements
• Week7Week 7: Negative numbers
• Introduction
• 1 Understanding negative numbers
• 2 More practical uses of negative numbers
• 2.1 Determining if a value is positive or negative
• 3 Addition and subtraction on the number line
• 4 Adding and subtracting negative numbers
• 5 Rules for negatives
• 6 Calculator exploration: negative numbers
• 7 This week's quiz
• 8 Summary of Week 7
• Acknowledgements
• Week8Week 8: Sharing maths with others
• Introduction
• 1 Multiplication and division with negative numbers
• 1.1 Investigating multiplication by a negative number
• 1.2 Rules for multiplication and division of signed numbers
• 1.3 Using negative numbers in golf
• 2 Calculator exploration: exponents with negative numbers
• 3 Wrapping up negative numbers
• 4 Reading and writing mathematics
• 4.1 Writing mathematics
• 4.2 Understanding a solution
• 5 This week's quiz
• 6 Summary of Week 8
• Where next?
• Tell us what you think
• Acknowledgements

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