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Mathematics Marking Set Bundle 1

Mathematics Marking Set Bundle 1

There are 15 sets of marking slips included in this bundle covering a range of mathematical topics. These slips can also be used as challenge cards or as extension activities.

By n_good77

Distribuciones de Equilibrio en Sistemas Económicos y Físicos - Distributions of Equilibrium

Distribuciones de Equilibrio en Sistemas Económicos y Físicos - Distributions of Equilibrium

In chapter 1, we are concerned with the explanation of the exponential and Guassian distributions from a geometrical point of view. It is explained how these equilibrium distributions are reached just with the equipartition hypothesis in open and closed statistical systems. In chapter 2, two nonlinear evolution operators (models) in the space of distributions are built. It is found that the final equilibrium states (fixed points) for these operators are just the exponencial and the Gaussian distributions. In chapter 3, some simulations of the operators introduced in Ch. 2 are shown for different initial distributions in both models. (This Graduation Thesis was defended by Iván Allué on July 12, 2017, at the Faculty of Science, Univ. of Zaragoza, Spain).

By RicLopezRuiz

KS3 Maths Questions - Part 2/2

KS3 Maths Questions - Part 2/2

This resource has numerous Maths questions, aimed at KS3 learners, taken from various past papers including topics such as subtracting decimals, multiplying decimals, fractions, adding fractions, units, multiplication, subtraction, etc. It is packed with easy & hard questions, challenge questions and answers for every question. It is also colour-coded.

By resourc

KS3 Maths Questions - Part 1/2

KS3 Maths Questions - Part 1/2

This resource has numerous Maths questions, aimed at KS3 learners, taken from various past papers including topics such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, adding decimals, percentages, decimals, timetables, etc. It is packed with easy & hard questions, challenge questions and answers for every question. It is also colour-coded.

By resourc

Typical GCSE Maths Questions

Typical GCSE Maths Questions

This resource has numerous GCSE Maths questions, taken from various past papers. It is packed with easy & hard questions, challenge questions, with differentiated tasks (providing help for certain questions) and answers for every question. It is also colour-coded.

By resourc

Binomial Distribution Topic Mat

Binomial Distribution Topic Mat

Structured worksheet to help pupils take key notes and for the topic of Binomial Distribution. Designed for the new A Level Maths (2017+), Edexcel Specification. Calculator instructions taken from Dr Frost's excellent guide to the Casio Calculator 𝑓𝑥−991𝐸𝑋 𝐶𝑙𝑎𝑠𝑠𝑊𝑖𝑧 which can be found here: http://www.drfrostmaths.com/

By GemmaLinnell

Interpretive Statistics Topic Mat

Interpretive Statistics Topic Mat

Structured worksheet to help pupils take key notes and for the topic of Interpretive Statistics. There's quite a lot here so I recommend photocopying this one onto A3. Designed for the new A Level Maths (2017+), Edexcel Specification. Calculator instructions taken from Dr Frost's excellent guide to the Casio Calculator 𝑓𝑥−991𝐸𝑋 𝐶𝑙𝑎𝑠𝑠𝑊𝑖𝑧 which can be found here: http://www.drfrostmaths.com/

By GemmaLinnell