# IXL Maths

On IXL, maths is more than just numbers. With unlimited questions, engaging item types, and real-world scenarios, IXL helps learners experience maths at its most mesmerising!

## First-class skills

- Counting tens and units - up to 99
- Hundred chart
- Simple fractions: what fraction does the shape show?
- Compare money amounts
- Certain, probable, unlikely and impossible

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## Second-class skills

- Ordinal numbers up to 100th
- Find the next row in a growing pattern
- Round to the nearest ten
- How much more to make one euro?
- Making change

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## Third-class skills

- Convert between standard and expanded form
- Compare and convert metric units of length
- Reflection, rotation and translation
- Estimate sums
- Write fractions in lowest terms

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## Fifth-class skills

- Prime and composite numbers
- Highest common factor
- Multiply decimals and whole numbers
- Divide by powers of ten
- Write variable expressions

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## Sixth-class skills

- Prime factorisation
- Integers on number lines
- Compare and order integers
- Unit prices
- Classify quadrilaterals

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## First-year skills

- Scientific notation
- Add and subtract integers
- Solve percent equations
- Create histograms
- Experimental probability

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## Second-year skills

- Estimate population size using proportions
- Find the distance between two points
- Construct an angle bisector
- Square and cube roots of monomials
- Scatter plots

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## Third-year skills

- Greatest possible error
- Graph solutions to one-step linear inequalities
- Write direct variation equations
- Slope-intercept form: write an equation
- Factorise polynomials

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## Transition year skills

- Factorise quadratics: special cases
- Identify linear, quadratic and exponential functions from graphs
- Midpoint formula
- Midsegments of triangles
- Geometric probability