Try our Maths questions below to see what your Algebra level is at. Can you work your way up the Algebra questions? Could you get a GCSE Grade C or Level 4?

**Level 1**

2x = 10 what is x?

**Level 2**

3x + 1 = 10 what is x?

**Level 3**

Simplify the following:

2y + y + y- 10y

**Level 4 (Low Grade C)**

Solve the following:

\dfrac{3x^2-10}{2}=1

**Level 5 (High Grade C)**

Make y the subject of the following equation

\dfrac{5y+2}{3} = 6x+2y

**Level 6**

Calculate the value of x given that the area of the rectangle is 12.5m^2and the height is twice as long as the width.

**Level 7 (Grade A) **

Prove that the product of any two odd integers is always odd.

**Level 8 and 9 (Grade A*)**

The functions f and g are as follows:

f(x)=x+4

g(x)=2 - \dfrac{1}{x}

**(Level 8 Gade A ^{*})^{:} **Calculate fg(2)

**(Level 9 Gade A ^{**}): **Show that g^{-1}(x) +f(x) = \dfrac{9 - 2x -x^2}{2-x}