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Maths A Level Complete Year 2 Notes and Examples (Pure, Statistics and Mechanics)

Maths A Level Complete Year 2 Notes and Examples (Pure, Statistics and Mechanics)

Try before you buy! Get a free sample chapter here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-a-level-year-2-mechanics-applications-of-forces-11925137 This great value bundle contains complete notes and examples for all of the year 2 topics of the new linear maths A Level. You will receive 20 booklets in total: 12 for pure, 3 for statistics and 5 for mechanics. They are structured in the order of the Edexcel textbooks but would be suitable for any exam board. Separate teacher booklets are included for each topic with detailed worked solutions to the examples.
Omega
Maths A Level New Spec Year 2 Mechanics Notes and Examples

Maths A Level New Spec Year 2 Mechanics Notes and Examples

These notes and examples cover all of the mechanics topics in the second year of the new linear mathematics A Level. There are five student booklets with gaps for them to fill in the solutions to the examples and separate teacher booklets with detailed worked solutions. The booklets are: Moments Forces and friction Projectiles Applications of forces Further kinematics Notes for all pure maths topics in year 2 are also available as a great value bundle: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/edexcel-a-level-maths-year-2-pure-notes-and-examples-11919023 and here are the statistics topics: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-a-level-new-spec-year-2-statistics-notes-and-examples-11920603
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M2 Notes and Examples

M2 Notes and Examples

You will receive a student booklet with gaps for the solutions to the examples to be filled in and a teacher’s booklet with detailed worked solutions.
Omega
Derivation of the Equations of Motion (SUVAT)

Derivation of the Equations of Motion (SUVAT)

6-minute video leading students through the derivation of the four Equations of Motion for objects moving with constant acceleration (SUVAT), starting from a velocity-time graph and then using the gradient and the area under the graph (and a little algebraic manipulation) to arrive at the set of four. Great for some flipped learning, a little revision or some consolidation.
Stu Billington
Key revision points for M1 Mechanics A-Level Maths

Key revision points for M1 Mechanics A-Level Maths

A collection of key points to remember for M1 Mechanics AS Maths/Further Maths. Prevents against silly mistakes and allows students to reach top marks! Possible mistakes collected from the questions and mark schemes from 20+ past papers. Relevant to M1 content: > Motion graphs > Velocity and acceleration > Displacement / position / distance > Distance and speed and time > Differentiation/integration > Bearings and angles > Unit vectors > Normal reaction > Free motion > Cartesian equations > Terminology - smooth, light, inextensible etc > Projectiles > Particles colliding > Force diagrams > Triangles of forces > Resolving forces Information divided into clear headings. Recommended for A-Level Maths students taking M1, especially relevant for OCR MEI exam board. An invaluable collection of points to have before an exam.
Louisa_Snape
Bundle - One and Two Dimensional Motion - (Freely Falling Objects & Projectile Motion)

Bundle - One and Two Dimensional Motion - (Freely Falling Objects & Projectile Motion)

This source contains; 1. Motion in One Dimension - Freely Falling Objects - PPT This resource contains 24 slides; - Freely Falling Objects; (Release, fall, drop, thrown or jumping directly downwards & upwards questions) (Answer key) - Free Fall Problems solving strategies, - Physics around us… - Review, - HW. 2. Motion in Two Dimensions - Projectile Motion - PPT This resource contains 16 slides; - PROJECTILE; (Questions AND Answer key) - Physics around us… - Review, 3. Motion - One and Two Dimensional Motion - Freely Falling Objects & Projectile Motion - Teachers Note This document has 4 pages New Teachers can use this document as a lesson plan. 4. Motion - One and Two Dimensional Motion - Freely Falling Objects & Projectile Motion - Question Bank This Source contains 2 pages, (30 questions) Questions are about; - Motion in One Dimension - Free Falling Objects - Motion in Two Dimensions - Projectile Motion Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners. To attract attention of students to the subject, daily life animations were used. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
veyselbiga
Mechanics revision pack

Mechanics revision pack

Revision pack for mechanics aspect of physics includes the topics: Circular motion, kinematics, conservation of energy, Kinetic Energy and Gravitational Potential energy, Newton's law of gravitation.
richwrigley
Motion in Two Dimensions; Projectile Motion  – Lesson Presentation (PPT)

Motion in Two Dimensions; Projectile Motion – Lesson Presentation (PPT)

This resource includes 16 slides; - PROJECTILE MOTION; (Questions & Answer key) - Physics around us… - Review, Everything is ready to be used or easily edited to suit your learners. To attract the attention of students to the subject, daily life animations were used. You should install these Fonts for this document; (Marker Felt & Tempus Sans ITC)
veyselbiga
GCSE H Gradients and Rates of Change Taking A Tangent

GCSE H Gradients and Rates of Change Taking A Tangent

PwP, WS and Starter sheet with link (see pwp/ws link) 1. Whilst distributing starter sheet encourage students to think about and discuss the answer to the power point first slide. Hint to students: what would a particle of the fluid be 'feeling' at the hole at the bottom at the start? (how much pressure), what would a particle be feeling a min later?). ANSWER: C as this retains height relative to loss in volume for the longest due to a higher top cross section. 2. (pwp) run through recap of SDT Graphs. Key question. What is the speed on the DT graph between 40s and 60s? why? shat is the speed at 45s? 50s? why (same gradient) 3, show desmos link: https://www.desmos.com/calculator/xtbi36s6kp what is the story here? can you tell your partner? 4. explain that this is the flight of a rocket, show the equation and ask the questions on the powerpoint. using the powerpoint or otherwise run through how as we 'zoom in' the gradient at a point gets closer and closer to a straight line (which we know how to calculate speed for). On board or otheriwise run through solution to how we could find the gradient by taking a tangent. 5. Students consolidate on worksheet questions. NOTE: WS QUESTIONS HAVE BEEN TAKEN FROM SAMPLE EXAM PAPERS PRODUCED BY EXAM BOARDS.
davidleblancq
Rearranging Formula Dynamics Whiteboard Software for Mechanics A-Level AS

Rearranging Formula Dynamics Whiteboard Software for Mechanics A-Level AS

Resizes to fit your full computer screen. New generates a new question. Select any of the formula variations, v = u + at, S = ut + ½at², S = ½t(u + v), E = ½m(v² - u²), or J = m(v - u) Click the answer boxes to reveal the answer. Students can revise at home on their own computer. $5 for the life of your computer/laptop. Runs using Microsoft Excel. 32-bit or 64-bit Download the free who wants to be a Millionaire game, to see that everything works for you. The game is very hard to win. Go to http://www.mathsuperstore.com/rfdynamics/
jamiemcm
Introduction to Projectiles

Introduction to Projectiles

This lesson is an introduction to projectiles. It is assumed that students are already familiar with the standard formulae used in kinematics when a body moves in one direction. I always start this lesson by throwing the board pen horizontally and students witness that it moves in two directions. We discuss the acceleration acting on the body and hence the first example is on this basis. I follow that up with some more worked examples before giving them a standard diagram for projectiles.
sjcooper
Equations of Motion / SUVAT A3 Poster (A Level Mathematics, Mechanics, M1)

Equations of Motion / SUVAT A3 Poster (A Level Mathematics, Mechanics, M1)

I wanted to redecorate my room, so I made a bunch of posters. :D This is intended for WJEC M1 but Equations of Motion come up in every exam board. I made it for A3 but it could be downscaled for A4. The 'crushing / stretching' angle is something we use with our students to help them remember which formula to use for each component. The publisher file is attached if you want to change any parts of it. This is a free resource with a CC Share Alike license - if you do change any parts, I'd prefer you to make it publicly available under the same terms. Hope you find it useful. I will be uploading other A Level posters :) Jonathan Clark
JonnyClark
OCR Mechanics 2 (M2) Revision (Big Exam Style Questions PowerPoint)

OCR Mechanics 2 (M2) Revision (Big Exam Style Questions PowerPoint)

All the past paper questions from the Delphis practice papers. There are 10 papers, each having 7 questions. Questions are sorted by both paper and topic. Topics covered include: Projectiles Circular Motion Work, Energy and Power Moments Centre of Mass Impulse and Restitution For more revision resources, visit www.ParkerMaths,com Please note: This PowerPoint contains too many links for me to check them all individually. If you find any mistakes, please email admin@parkermaths.com and I'll try to correct them.
ParkerMaths
National 5 / KS3 Problem Solving #3 - Rocket Science

National 5 / KS3 Problem Solving #3 - Rocket Science

A problem solving scenario to combine skills, useful for revision and group work. The skills tested here are: • Parabolas (completing square, turning points, sketching, factorising) • Rounding to significant figures • Bearings • Area of sector and arc length • Area of triangle, sine rule, cosine rule • SOH CAH TOA • Pythagoras • Vectors • Lines • Percentages Pupils will also need good communication skills and teamwork (if working in groups). Provided with teacher notes and full worked solutions.
dh2119
Advanced Higher Mechanics Notes (Linear and Parabolic Motion)

Advanced Higher Mechanics Notes (Linear and Parabolic Motion)

Notes for the Linear and Parabolic Motion Unit for the new Advanced Higher Mechanics course. Notes broken down into 4 topics: Rectilinear Motion; Relative Motion in 2D and 3D; Projectile Motion; Forces and Newton's Laws. Definitions, theorems and worked examples included.
Mpatel777
SUVAT Projectiles interactive simulation

SUVAT Projectiles interactive simulation

Reviews appreciated! This tool gives options for gravity strength and animation speed, initial height of ball (on a tower) and you choose initial velocity by dragging and releasing Angry Birds style. Practice and visualise SUVAT problems. KNOWN ISSUE ROUNDING: when previewing the file directly on TES. Please download or view on the website for nice rounded numbers :)
NextLevelMaths
Resisted Motion and Circular Motion - Mechanics

Resisted Motion and Circular Motion - Mechanics

An interactive website with loads of animations and that can help aid mechanics students in developing a conceptual understanding of resisted and circular motion including terminal velocity, centripetal acceleration and angular velocity.
TalGreengard
A-level Mechanics Edexcel June 2008 Q7

A-level Mechanics Edexcel June 2008 Q7

This is the worked solution to question 7 from the Edexcel mechanics M1 paper for June 2008. The question is on friction on an inclined plane. For this and other maths past papers, tutorials goto ExamSolutions at http://www.examsolutions.co.uk/alevel-maths-papers/Edexcel/Mechanics/Mechanics-M1/2008-June/Q7/question.php. If you want more videos like this please click on our maths aid link below the video on our website.
examsolutions
Projectile Motion - Interactive Simulation

Projectile Motion - Interactive Simulation

Blast a Buick out of a cannon! Learn about projectile motion by firing various objects. Set the angle, initial speed, and mass. Add air resistance. Make a game out of this simulation by trying to hit a target; Sample Learning Goals •Predict how varying initial conditions effect a projectile path(various objects, angles, initial speed, mass, diameter, initial height, with and without air resistance). •Use reasoning to explain the predictions. •Explain common projectile motion terms in their own words. (launch angle, initial speed, initial height, range, final height, time).
PhET