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Powers, Roots and Indices Revision Videos

  • Levels: GCSE
  • Exam boards: AQA, Edexcel, OCR

We've done the hard work for you and gathered together the best revision videos on powers, roots and indices.

Essential Revision Resources

Powers and Roots

These first two videos cover the basic ideas of squares, cubes, square roots and cube roots, including how to use a calculator (and be very careful when doing so!).

Squares, Cubes and Roots (Maths Genie)
Powers / Indices (Corbett Maths)

Negative Indices

Negative indices are straight-forward when you know what you are doing. This video helps you with just that - knowing what to do - but it also explains how and why we use negative indices; it encourages you to understand what you are doing as well as how to do it.

Negative Indices (Hegarty Maths)

Fractional Indices

This pesky topic often causes trouble for students. Watching this video will help you master how to work with indices when they are fractions. It's well explained, as always, by Mr Corbett.

Fractional Indices (Corbett Maths)

Fractional and Negative Indices

Don't watch this until you are happy with the content in all the other videos in this section.

Evaluating fractional and negative indices is the creme de la resistance of working with powers, roots and Indices. Once you've mastered the content of this final video, you'll be able to do anything with indices!

Negative Indices (Corbett Maths)

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