Answers Database

Good afternoon sirs and madams,

As requested, I have collected and curated all the answers to my maths.

While the answers above should completely suffice for completing your my maths homework, I have taken the liberty of preparing a detailed report of all the contents within.  You may find it attached below.

Should you need anything else, perhaps some tea or cheese, please ring in the comments below and I will assist you immediately.

Dutifully Yours,

The Answer Butler

My Maths Report:

You can use the above collection to review content in my maths as well as help find a solution when you get stuck.  Do not use these answers to cheat, these are meant to be a learning tool only.  I must take a moment to remind you your education is very important for the elevation of your status and the preservation of your estate.

My Maths Answers By Subject

To make things a bit more straight forward the answers have been sorted out by homework categories.  You can find the answer key you need in alphabetical order below:

  • Circle Theorems
  • Substitution
  • Algebra
  • Trigonometry
    • Missing Sides
  • Rearranging
  • Indices
  • Volume of prisms
  • Adding and subtracting fractions
  • Volume of cones and spheres
  • Quadratic equations
  • Equivalent fractions
  • Angles
  • Simplifying expressions
  • Equation of a line
  • Highest common factor
  • Sequences
  • Cumulative frequency
  • Probability
  • Plotting graphs
  • Volume scale factor
  • Key stage 3
  • Completing the square
  • Percentages
  • Money and finance
  • Powers and roots
  • Fractions
  • Decimals

The sections above are not a complete list of all mymaths answer subjects.  There is also an uncategorized folder with solutions that have no clear lesson to fit into.  After you login to my maths you will see the available lessons on the home page.  Simply match their title with the appropriate subject.

Answering My Maths

Cheats, Hacks, and Solvers

As you requested I also searched and experimented as much as i could with my maths hacks.  You can use the inspect feature of your browser to alter the html and effectively hack my maths into giving you all the answers to whatever page you are on (see video below).  The video also says there are no ways to use extensions or browser tricks as ways to hack my maths.

Here is the code used in the cheat:

javascript:alert(document.getElementById(“***”).GetVariable(“q1answers”))

javascript:alert(document.getElementById(“***”).GetVariable(“q2answers”))

change the *** with the id

In theory you enter this code into the terminal after you right click and inspect the my maths lesson screen with chrome.

This cheating tutorial is for entertainment purposes only.  The youtube video is not mine and if you use it to learn how to hack my maths answers then Answer Butler takes no responsibility for your actions.

Myimaths Answers

A new site called myimaths.com has been created by the same team as mymaths.co.uk.  The answers on both of these sites are completely identical.  The only difference is that instead of maths they are called math.  This is because its an American version where they pronounce some words differently.

The imaths in Myimaths comes from when it was popular to put an i in front of every word during the 2000s decade.  The purpose was to turn the word maths into a verb, as in ‘I do maths’ shortened to ‘I maths’ to ‘imaths’ – myimaths.

All the lessons and subject matter remain the same too.  You will find algebra answer keys, trigonometry, geometry, and all the classics.