GCSE Maths Formula Sheet 2022

To get students ahead of the game for future examinations, our team has provided the GCSE Maths formula sheet for 2022.

At the end of September, OFQUAL announced that students sitting GCSE Maths in 2022 will be given a formulae sheet to help compensate for the missing school time.

The same sheet will be given for all English exam boards, with minor aesthetic changes. The formulae given are below.

GCSE Maths Formula Sheet 2022 Foundation

Area of a Trapezium

A=\frac{1}{2}(a+b)h

Volume of a Prism

volume = area\:of\:cross\:section \times length

Circumference of a Circle

C=2\pi r=\pi d

Area of a Circle

A = \pi r^2

Pythagoras’ Theorem

a^2 + b^2 = c^2

Trigonometry Formulae

\text{sin}\theta = \frac{o}{h}
\text{cos}\theta = \frac{a}{h}
\text{tan}\theta = \frac{o}{a}

Compound Interest

\text{Total = P} (1 + \frac{r}{100})^n

GCSE Maths Formula Sheet 2022 Higher

Area of a Trapezium

A=\frac{1}{2}(a+b)h

Volume of a Prism

volume = area\:of\:cross\:section \times length

Circumference of a Circle

C=2\pi r=\pi d

Area of a Circle

A = \pi r^2

Pythagoras’ Theorem

a^2 + b^2 = c^2

Trigonometry Formulae

\text{sin}\theta = \frac{o}{h}
\text{cos}\theta = \frac{a}{h}
\text{tan}\theta = \frac{o}{a}

Compound Interest

\text{Total = P} (1 + \frac{r}{100})^n

Probability

\text{P(A\;or\;B) = P(A) + P(B) - P(A\;and\;B)}

P(A and B)

\text{P(A and B) = P(A given B)P(B)}

Quadratic Formula

x=\frac{-b \: \pm \: \sqrt{b^2 \: - \: 4ac}}{2a}

Sine Rule

\frac{a}{\text{sinA}} = \frac{b}{\text{sinB}} = \frac{c}{\text{sinC}}

Cosine Rule

a^2 = b^2 + c^2 - 2bc\text{cosA}

Area of a Triangle

Area = \frac{1}{2} ab\text{sinC}

We’re hoping that this GCSE Maths formula sheet for 2022 has helped you/your students out with exam preparation. However, it doesn’t stop there…

Our GCSE Maths resource site packs in a huge amount of teaching/learning materials across Foundation and Higher Level Maths.

In addition, specific examination and revision resources are also offered in this delightful KS4 pocket here:
> Foundation
> Higher

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