Math phobia is very common. It can be difficult, and that causes people to lose interest in it. So, to overcome your math phobia, we designed a course with effective materials and techniques. After completing this Mathematics for Beginners course, you will consider math to be one of the easiest and most interesting subjects in the world.

We framed our course with some of the basic key issues, such as algebraic terms and equations, to help you overcome your fear of math. Providing a theoretical understanding, our method will enable you to become an expert on daily life difficulties and conceptual areas of mathematics.

Our course also includes some practical examples on different topics, including finance, science, and physics, that will enrich your ability to solve mathematical issues by incorporating the rules of algebra.

Key features of the course:

  • Lifetime access to the course
  • No hidden fees, only pay the price of the course which includes exam fees.
  • Recognised qualification upon successful completion of the course
  • Study from anywhere, anytime, whenever it is convenient for you.
  • Affordable and engaging e-learning study materials
  • Study at your own pace from tablet, PC or smartphone
  • Online tutor support when you are in need.

Who is this course for?

There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.

Assessment and Certification

The course is assessed online with a multiple-choice test, which is marked automatically. You will know instantly whether you have passed or not. Those who pass this test will have the qualification of Mathematics for Beginners. Certificate will be produced in PDF format at an additional cost of £8.99 and Printed Hardcopy at £12.99.

Course Curriculum

Integers ( Directed Numbers)
Lecture 1 Introduction 00:02:00
Lecture 2 Multiplying any digit number by 11, 22, and 33.mp4 00:09:00
Lecture 3 Integers and ordering of integers 00:06:00
Lecture 5 Operations on Integers 00:04:00
Lecture 6 Multiplication and Division of Integers 00:04:00
Lecture 7 Powers of Integers (Exponents) 00:04:00
Factors and Multiples
Lecture 8 Complete knowledge about factors and multiples 00:06:00
Lecture 9 Divisibility tests for 2,3,4,5,6 00:07:00
Lecture 10 Divisibility rules 7,8,9,10,11 00:06:00
Lecture 11 Prime Factorization 00:06:00
Lecture 12 Highest Common Factor HCF 00:10:00
Lecture 13 Least Common Multiple LCM 00:16:00
Lecture 14 Relation between LCM and HCF 00:04:00
Lecture 15 Classification of Fractions 00:04:00
Lecture 16 Convert mixed to improper and improper to mixed fractions 00:03:00
Lecture 17 Equivalent Fractions 00:04:00
Lecture 18 Comparing Fractions after converting to like fractions 00:09:00
Lecture 19 Reducing a fraction to lowest term 00:04:00
Lecture 20 Addition and subtraction OF fractions 00:08:00
Lecture 21 Multiplication and division of fractions 00:11:00
Lecture 22 Word problems on fractions 00:16:00
Simplification Rule : BODMAS
Lecture 23 BODMAS and rules to remove brackets 00:03:00
Lecture 24 Simplify expressions using BODMAS rules 00:05:00
Lecture 25 Simplify expressions involving fractions using BODMAS 00:07:00
Decimal numbers
Lecture 26 Decimal numbers in relation to fractions 00:08:00
Lecture 27 Like and unlike Decimals 00:05:00
Lecture 28 Ordering of Decimal numbers 00:10:00
Lecture 29 Addition and subtraction of Decimal 00:07:00
Lecture 30 Multiplication of Decimal 00:03:00
Lecture 31 Division of Decimal 00:05:00
Rational Numbers
Lecture 32 Rational number 00:02:00
Lecture 33 Representation of Rational Numbers on Number line 00:04:00
Lecture 34 Determining which fraction is terminating or non terminating 00:05:00
Lecture 35 shortcut method of writing decimal expansion of fraction to decimal 00:08:00
Lecture 36 Rounding to whole number 00:06:00
Lecture 37 Rounding to required number of decimals (1 d.p. ) 00:05:00
Lecture 38 rounding to significant digits 00:07:00
Lecture 39 Practice question on three methods of approximation 00:05:00
Estimation and Scientific Notation or Standard form
Lecture 40 Estimation 00:05:00
Lecture 41 Scientific Notation 00:07:00
Lecture 42 Operation on numbers when they are in scientific notation 00:06:00
Lecture 43 Percentage to fraction and fraction to percentage 00:06:00
Lecture 44 Percentage of a quantity and conversation to decimal 00:06:00
Lecture 45 Expressing one quantity as percentage of another quantity 00:06:00
Lecture 46 Finding increase decrease percent 00:05:00
Lecture 47 Uses of percentages-Word Problems 00:09:00
Ratio and Proportion
Lecture 48 Ratio- How to express as simple ratio 00:09:00
Lecture 49 How to compare Ratios 00:04:00
Lecture 50 Word problems on finding ratios 00:07:00
Lecture 51To divide a given quantity into a given Ratio 00:11:00
Lecture 52 Proportion 00:04:00
Lecture 53 Practice problems on Proportion 00:06:00
Lecture 54 Continued proportion 00:06:00
Unitary Method and its Applications
Lecture 55 Direct Variation ( or proportion) 00:04:00
Lecture 56 Problems based on Direct proportion 00:10:00
Lecture 57 Inverse Variation ( or proportion) 00:10:00
Lecture 58 Multiple Ratios 00:10:00
Profit , Loss, discount and Tax
Lecture 59 Basics – Profit and Loss 00:04:00
Lecture 60 More practice problems on Profit & Loss 00:06:00
Lecture 61 Selling price formula and Problems 00:04:00
Lecture 62 Cost price formula and Problems 00:03:00
Lecture 63 Higher problems on Profit and Loss 00:08:00
Lecture 64 Basics – Discount.mp4 00:05:00
Lecture 65 Practice problems on Discount 00:04:00
Lecture 66 Tax 00:06:00

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