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MathDBase Desktop Math Reference

MathDBase Desktop Math Reference

Subjects: Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry Grade Levels: 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Homeschool Resource Type: E-books A handy reference with useful math facts from Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry. Revised version with additional Binomial Expansion information. Note: Trying to download and open this e-book on a phone usually causes a problem...there is no password required.
MathDBase
Logarithm Questions Part 2

Logarithm Questions Part 2

These are worksheets on logarithms, worksheets 3 and 4, containing more demanding log equations. Detailed typed answers are provided to every question. I hope you find it useful. You can get more free worksheets on many topics, mix and match, with detailed step-by-step solutions at http://www.onemathsquestions.com
joezhou
IAL C34 Specimen Paper - without space

IAL C34 Specimen Paper - without space

This is the IAL C34 Specimen Question Paper (free sample). Only questions appear in the document without any written space. I have written the paper using LaTeX ( a high quality typesetting document preparation system) and compiled to get the PDF output. Teachers and tutors can now easily save paper and print the question paper for exam practice and revision purposes of their students. The omission of writing space is a huge advantage in saving ink and paper, because original papers comes with a lot of empty space for the answer. The LaTeX written paper have all the math beautifully formatted and typeset even to the minor details. The question paper comes with a cover page for reference. Teachers can opt out this page if necessary when giving for print. Mark scheme is attached. NB: Here is a link to my store @TpT: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Smart-A-Level-Math
mohdamir69
Unusual Equations (Index Laws)

Unusual Equations (Index Laws)

You can use this in a number of ways. I sometimes get the kids to solve by trial and error (good practice for substitution on a calculator). When they get an x that "works" I write it up on the board. With a board full of solutions I then ask them if they can find any patterns. Alternatively you could insist that they use index laws to solve the equations in the first place. Opportunities to discuss 1^n=1, n^0=1, (-1)^2n=1 and 0^0=undefined.
mattfriend1
Colouring by Equations, Harriet Tubman (20 Sheet Mosaics, 3 Topic Versions)

Colouring by Equations, Harriet Tubman (20 Sheet Mosaics, 3 Topic Versions)

Celebrate Black History Month in unique way as your math class collaboratively creates a large Harriet Tubman mosaic by solving equations! This product includes three different versions, each consisting of 20 worksheets/colouring grids: ◾ Linear Equations (1 and 2 step, multistep, proportions, distributing) ◾ Quadratic Equations (factorable, common factor first, simple, complex, quadratic formula required) ◾ Exponential and Logarithmic Equations (A variety of algebraic and application problems) Each worksheet represents a small section of the big picture! This task ensures individual accountability (every worksheet is different) while harnessing collaborative motivation (Every worksheet is needed for the mosaic). The end result will look spectacular hanging up in your classroom, and your students will be proud! A Complete Answer Key is provided for the whole class set of worksheets, so no stress when it's time to assess! A completed coloured mosaic is also provided, with coordinates, for easy assembly of the image. All worksheets contain 12 problems. Students use their answers to decode the colour-by-number grid, then combine their coloured grids to create the large mosaic image! It's simple! 1. Calculate the answers. 2. Colour the squares. 3. Cut out your section. 4. Combine with the class! Leave the picture a secret or show it for motivation… it’s your call. Encourage students to check their answers by finding them in the randomized list on their worksheet before they colour each square. This will increase the accuracy of the final picture! All my “Colouring by…” worksheets use standard pencil-crayon colours found in the Crayola 24 pack. For best results, use the exact colour name match (and encourage quality colouring!). Perhaps a class set of pencil crayons would be a fun math department investment! Thanks for checking this out! ~CalfordMath
CalfordMath
Complete Mathematics worksheets and exam papers [Grade 1-10]

Complete Mathematics worksheets and exam papers [Grade 1-10]

Hi Teachers, I have added worksheets and exam papers for Maths in this bundle. These could be used for an entire academic year from Grade 1-10 / Year 1-11. I hope you find these useful for conducting effective Maths lessons throughout the year. NOTE: Please make sure to download this resource immediately upon payment. You can send me a private message or contact me on my site for any further FAQs.
zsirajdin
Exponents or Indices and Logarithms

Exponents or Indices and Logarithms

6 Power point presentations including the following topics: Exponents or index notation Solving exponential equations Properties of logarithms Laws of logarithms Change of base of a logarithm Logarithmic equations
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