Please find links to key chapters from this area of the course below.

### Circles

Circles In this section you will learn how to find the length of an arc of a circle and the area of a sector. Keep track of your progress and practice the exam questions using this document: Check that you are confident learnin Can you round...

### Voronoi and Perpendicular Bisectors

In this fascinating topic, we will delve into the wonderful world of Voronoi diagrams. This includes creating Voronoi diagrams with perpendicular bisectors, adding a new site, nearest neighbour interpolation and the toxic waste dump problem....

### Right angled Trigonometry

This part of trigonometry can be seen in the recurring relationships between the sides of right angles triangles. The relationship means that we can use two bits of information about a triangle to work out a third and so on until we know everything...

### Volume and Surface Area

This section is all about the volume and surface area of prisms, cylinders, pyramids, cones and spheres! All of these shapes has their own unique properties and this section is about understanding and calculating the volumes and surface areas.

### Non - Right angled Trigonometry

Here we take trigonometry to the next level by working with triangles that do not have a right angle. We will work on three key rules. The Sine rule, the Cosine rule and the formula for th area of a triangle. All of these involve linking four...

### Applications of Trigonometry

Given the focus on applications in this course, we will look more specifically at real world problems which trigonometry can help solve. This will include angles of elevation and depression and bearings, which are likely to form a large part...