1.1 Geometry 
Candidates should be able to: 
1.1.1 Use and interpret the geometric terms point, line, parallel, bearing, right angle, acute angle, similarity use and interpret the vocabulary of triangles, quadrilaterals, circles and polygons 
1.1.2 Calculate unknown angles using the properties of angles at a point, angle formed within parallel lines and angle properties of triangles and quadrilaterals 
1.1.3 Construct, using appropriate equipment, simple 2dimensional shapes and the nets of simple 3dimensional shapes 
1.1.4 Understand the concepts of reflection, rotation and symmetry in two dimensions including enlargement by a positive whole number scale factor 
1.1.5 Plot the locus of an object moving according to given rules. 
1.2 Trigonometry 
Candidates should be able to: 
1.2.1 Use Pythagoras’ theorem to find the length of an unknown side given the lengths of two others in a rightangled triangle. For example, finding the height of a ladder resting against a vertical wall.

1.2.2 Use trigonometric ratios within right angled triangles to solve problems.

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