Trigonometry SOACAHTOA

Trigonometry SOACAHTOA

Students will learn and to use the formula for sin, cos and tan to find the missing sides and the missing angles in a right angle triangle.
podila mirela
Pythagoras

Pythagoras

A powerpoint to support the teaching of Pythagoras for both long and short sides. Includes objectives, examples and student activities.
wrighte
Where was the free kick taken from? - Photos, football and algebraic fractions

Where was the free kick taken from? - Photos, football and algebraic fractions

Inspired by a Numberphile video where they use still images to calculate the position of a footballer taking a free kick (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffvojZONF_A) Resource is aimed at GCSE groups (higher) and will need at least an hour. Students are given four photographs and instructions that allow them to calculate where each player was standing when they took the free kick by measuring distances on the photographs and computing cross-ratios. They then have to solve a simple algebraic fraction equation to work out the unknown distance. Included: presentation to help explain the tasks, worksheet with photographs and an additional sheet that scaffolds the process if needed, set of exemplar answers. Students can draw any straight line they like from the ball to the goal so they will have different distances in their cross ratio but should end up with the same final answers. Potentially leads to discussion opportunities about how the cross-ratio changes with the players position and even an introduction to limits as you consider what happens if the player is very close to or very far away from the penalty area. *Presentation edited to include extension tasks incorporating using trig to find the kick angle and problem solving to work out the location of a different player and flight path of a pass followed by a shot **Answers updated to include challenge 1 and 2
ellipinnock
Pythagoras Quiz

Pythagoras Quiz

PowerPoint designed to be used with Quizdom remotes, but would work as just PowerPoint quiz. Used with KS3/4 students, depending on their ability. Could be used as plenary or revision.
SFairfield
Pythagoras' Theorem differentiated worksheets

Pythagoras' Theorem differentiated worksheets

Worksheets for students to complete in class. 3 levels of difficulty have been included: Blue: Use Pythagoras’ theorem to find the length of the hypotenuse in a right-angled triangle. Gold: Use Pythagoras’ theorem to find the length of a short side in a right-angled triangle. Red: Use Pythagoras’ theorem to find lengths and perimeters of compound shapes Need a whole lesson on Pythagoras? Check out my resource below: Pythagoras’ Theorem Lesson with all resources (Download, Print and Teach)
MissEHoney
Pythagoras with Surds

Pythagoras with Surds

A worksheet looking at using surds with Pythagoras’ Theorem. Aimed at a higher ability class as the later questions can be tricky.
Calmac4
Pythagoras' Theorem Lesson with all resources (Download, Print and Teach)

Pythagoras' Theorem Lesson with all resources (Download, Print and Teach)

Please rate and review! Time saving resource for busy teachers! You should be able to teach a lesson with hardly any preparation (mainly printing and maybe some cutting!). Students will need to know how to round to significant figures and decimal places in order to access this lesson fully. Fully differentiated objectives: Blue: Use Pythagoras’ theorem to find the length of the hypotenuse in a right-angled triangle. Gold: Use Pythagoras’ theorem to find length of a short side in a right-angled triangle Use Pythagoras’ theorem to find the length of a line segment, given the coordinates of the end-points. Red: Use Pythagoras’ theorem to find lengths and areas of compound shapes This resource includes: • A PowerPoint • A differentiated Work booklet that includes self-assessment sections • 2 sets of dominos on rounding to decimal places and significant figures to use as a starter activity (if you need a more comprehensive set of dominos click here) • Answers The PowerPoint includes the following format (watch the preview video here): • Objective and levels • A starter • A “how to teaching portion” with animated examples • And Afl mini whiteboard quiz • Plenary (with answers) Recommendations: Laminate the dominos for use again The powerpoint and booklet are currently set up for GCSE maths grades, however you can edit the grades to reflect KS3 or your own schools assessment criteria. In the word booklet if you change any grade (e.g the blue section) it should automatically change the rest of that colour into the same grade. This will take up a whole lesson at least. Need more Pythagoras?? Check out my differentiated worksheets here. Great for homework!
MissEHoney
Pythagoras and Trigonometry and how to spot the difference!

Pythagoras and Trigonometry and how to spot the difference!

I created this resources as my foundation group were struggling on knowing when to use either pythagoras or trigonometry. These were both skills they had learnt and could do but couldn’t quite understand when to use which one. This resource helped them understand which method for which scenario. please review :)
steffi2018
Introduction to Pythagorus (Investigation !)

Introduction to Pythagorus (Investigation !)

These resources will be all you need to introduce pythagorus to a new group. Based on investigating the informattion for themselves, with key hooks to keeps students engaged. Great way to introduce the topic and for the pupils to understand fully why and how it works! Please Review, Thanks :)
steffi2018
Pythagoras' theorem test x2

Pythagoras' theorem test x2

These resources are a sample from a collection of short tests on the application of Pythagoras’ theorem. All the tests are quite short (3/4 questions, so 5-10mins max). I created them so that I was able to test my classes more regularly on topics at different points through the year - each test is similar enough so that classes hopefully improve at the “standard” questions but there is also some variety in the later questions in each test and a progression in difficulty as you go through the tests. In the full set of 18 tests there are 5 tests designed to be done with a calculator, 13 tests to be done without a calculator. The questions include: 1.Finding the longest/shorter side of a right-angled triangle 2.Determining whether a triangle is right-angled 3.Finding the distance between 2 points 4.Using Pythagoras’ theorem in isosceles triangles, rectangles, squares etc 5.Using Pythagoras’ theorem in 3D 6.Using Pythagoras’ theorem where side lengths are given as surds All tests come with fully-worked solutions which makes them easy to mark. This means that the tests could also be used as a revision resource for students. The full set of 18 tests is available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/pythagoras-theorem-test-x18-11922960
langy74
Pythagoras' theorem test x18

Pythagoras' theorem test x18

These resources are a collection of short tests on the application of Pythagoras’ theorem. All the tests are quite short (3/4 questions, so 5-10mins max). I created them so that I was able to test my classes more regularly on topics at different points through the year - each test is similar enough so that classes hopefully improve at the “standard” questions but there is also some variety in the later questions in each test and a progression in difficulty as you go through the tests. There are 5 tests designed to be done with a calculator, 13 tests to be done without a calculator. The questions include: Finding the longest/shorter side of a right-angled triangle Determining whether a triangle is right-angled Finding the distance between 2 points Using Pythagoras’ theorem in isosceles triangles, rectangles, squares etc Using Pythagoras’ theorem in 3D Using Pythagoras’ theorem where side lengths are given as surds All tests come with fully-worked solutions which makes them easy to mark. This means that the tests could also be used as a revision resource for students. A sample of the tests is available for free here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/pythagoras-theorem-test-x2-11923017
langy74
Triangle area activity

Triangle area activity

A challenging activity on the theme of triangle area, suitable for year 11 revision. The initial questions require a knowledge of basic triangle area, Pythagoras’ theorem, SOHCAHTOA, the sine rule and 1/2absinC so a good, challenging revision task. The questions have been designed with a ‘minimally diferent’ element, to draw pupils attention to how subtle changes can have significant implications for selecting methods. There are some follow-up questions, that could be used to shift the focus of the activity. I’d love to hear anyone’s suggestions of further questions.
danwalker
Pythagoras

Pythagoras

This presentation explains in simple terms how to go about solving Pythagoras Theorem. Great lesson starter to introduce the topic or a helpful revision guide.
jwilliamsKMS
Multiple choice 20 - The distance between a pair of coordinates

Multiple choice 20 - The distance between a pair of coordinates

Another little activity for AFL, revision, starter or a plenary. Works well with mini whiteboards and adaptable to voting systems. Can easily be printed off for class use. Aimed at KS3/4 and KS5 multiple choice activity solving problems involving finding the length of a line segment between coordinates. Hope you find it useful Please leave feedback
commuter
Pythagoras Treasure Map

Pythagoras Treasure Map

I did this as a review at the end of a week teaching Pythagoras to a middle set year 10. I got them to split into teams and set it as a challenge to see who could get the correct list of destinations first. the questions are coloured with hypotenuse, then shorter side and finally worded questions. (no 3D). The map has extra symbols on so they can’t just use the triangle letter! As it was a review the activity took around 20 - 30 minutes and kept the students engaged. Answers are (not in any order) House, town, maze,Fish and chips,pond,cave, mountain, fair, dragon, cafe, forest, park and beach
dianatany
Pythagorean Tree Lesson, accessible from Y6 to Y13 !!

Pythagorean Tree Lesson, accessible from Y6 to Y13 !!

This lesson introduces the patterns and maths behind the amazing Pythagorean Tree. Print off the worksheet and dotted paper (make sure the printer option has no scaling then the dots remain as 5mm) Start the lesson by showing the ppt. At a basic level the lesson is to follow the procedure and draw the tree. The higher level is to fill in the worksheet and spot the patterns and make predictions. The optional top level is to find the formulas. Either way, the lesson provides a great introduction to fractuals and produces some accessible and interesting sequences.
ptrett
Geometry: Basic Trigonometry (TRIG) Exam Questions

Geometry: Basic Trigonometry (TRIG) Exam Questions

These are exam questions on basic trigonometry (trig) testing pupils understanding of SOH CAH TOA. I predominantly use these for either homework or revision. Do view my excellent lesson on trig. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/geometry-trigonometry-trig-8-lesson-bundle-11457390 NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources, and as always please rate and feedback, thank you.
ajf43
GCSE Calculator Bundle

GCSE Calculator Bundle

GCSE Calculator Bundle All answers are included. If bought independently, these 3 resources would cost £9.50, but I am offering them in this bundle for £7.50, a saving of 21%. To view items individually, please go to Maths Shop
Elsie99
Geometry: Circles - Area, Circumference, Arcs & Sectors Exam Questions (with Answers)

Geometry: Circles - Area, Circumference, Arcs & Sectors Exam Questions (with Answers)

These are exam questions on circle, with the main focus being the higher tier. I predominantly use these for either homework or revision. Do view my excellent lesson on circles. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/geometry-circles-bundle-area-circumference-arcs-sectors-segments-ideal-for-ks3-4-11503717 NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources, and as always please rate and feedback, thank you.
ajf43
Pythagoras-Differentiated-Grades 3,4,5,6

Pythagoras-Differentiated-Grades 3,4,5,6

The presentation includes: Lesson objectives Two slides with animations about Pythagoras Theorem Slides with MWBs Activities Climb the ladder - I usually give students about 6 min to climb up the ladder as much as they can. It defines what level they will start from afterwards Differentiated worksheets with answers - first level is Grade 3/4, second level is Grade 4/5 and third level is Grade 5/6. There is a word document with the worksheets but I usually print from the presentation and I only change the printer properties to two pages per one and every two slides will be printed off on one A4 sheet. Enjoy the whole lesson presentation!
TST_BestMaths
10 GCSE Maths  CALCULATOR Foundation Homework Revision (9-1) Part 1 -Includes all ANSWERS 2018

10 GCSE Maths CALCULATOR Foundation Homework Revision (9-1) Part 1 -Includes all ANSWERS 2018

Here I have created revision worksheets for my current Foundation Year 11s. I give these out as a weekly homework, and my students have come on leaps and bounds. Them covering these small topics on a weekly basis, allows me to cover the more in depth topics in class. Enjoy. Topics covered: Circles Using a caluclator Compound interest / depreciation Pythagoras Exchange rates Speed distance time Mean from a table Density Trigonometry Standard form Reverse mean Reciprocal Interior and exterior angles of polygons.
dandavies8
Regular Polygon Area Problems

Regular Polygon Area Problems

This is a problem solving activity/worksheet that tests multiple levels of understanding related to the topic of area of regular polygons. They are high-level problems to test the most able, although a hint/formula sheet is included to help “differentiate down”. Also included is a differentiated/scaffolded sheet to help break the questions down, too for lower ability. Overall use of surds, Pythagoras Theorem and area formula for polygons are tested. Answers are provided in both surd format and to 2 decimals places.
SolutionsEducation
Maths A Level New Spec Year 1 Pure Complete Notes and Examples

Maths A Level New Spec Year 1 Pure Complete Notes and Examples

This bundle covers the entire first year pure content for the new linear maths A Level. For each topic, there is a student booklet with spaces for them to work through the examples and a teacher’s booklet containing detailed worked solutions. To purchase the complete set of Year 1 notes (for pure, mechanics and statistics) at a discounted price, click here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-a-level-new-spec-complete-year-1-notes-and-examples-11904465
Omega
Maths A Level New Spec Coordinate Geometry Notes and Examples (Year 1)

Maths A Level New Spec Coordinate Geometry Notes and Examples (Year 1)

These notes and examples are designed for the delivery of the new A Level Maths specification. You will receive an editable Word document that can be issued to students with gaps for them to fill in the solutions to the examples and make further notes. Full solutions to the examples are provided for the teacher in the form of a PDF document. This could be made available to students if they miss a lesson, reducing teacher workload. Each topic is available as a separate purchase, or you can download the entire set covering all the the Year 1 pure maths content. To purchase the complete set of Year 1 notes (for pure, mechanics and statistics) at a discounted price, click here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/maths-a-level-new-spec-complete-year-1-notes-and-examples-11904465
Omega
Mixed Calculator Questions GCSE Higher

Mixed Calculator Questions GCSE Higher

Mixed Calculator Questions GCSE Higher This pack includes two 10 question diagnostic tests covering 20 different topics for the calculator paper. The tests are made up of difficult questions and are aimed at GCSE 9-1 Higher Levels 7, 8 and 9 pupils, but may also be useful for Year 10. Full answer keys are included for both tests and can be used for pupils to self-mark. A checklist is included for pupils to see where they need to focus their revision. Encourage pupils to fill in the checklist and complete further questions on the topics they need to work on. The topics included are: Iteration Sine Rule Quadratic Formula 3D Pythagoras Trigonometry in Right-Angled Triangles Spheres Area of Segment Volume of Cylinder (Hard) Polygon Angles & Trigonometry Upper & Lower Bounds with Speed Reverse Mean of a Grouped Frequency Table Proportion (Hard) Density with Ratio Volume of Pyramid Reverse Percentage (Hard) Exchange Rates & Unit Conversions Cosine Rule Simultaneous Equations with an Exponential Graph Inverse Functions Volume with Rates of Change The tests should be done with a calculator. The document is 9 pages in total. This resource can be printed in black and white or colour. For my other resources, please go to Maths Shop Keywords: review, mixed questions, diagnostic test, worksheet, calculator, senior high, junior high, middle school, homework, key stage 3, KS3, secondary, new GCSE 9-1, level 6, level 7, level 8, level 9, higher, UK, mathematics, maths revision, math review.
Elsie99
Pythagoras Theorem

Pythagoras Theorem

6 Worksheets on Pythagoras from the basic introduction to problems including pythagoras in 3D Pythagoras1 is 10 questions on calculating the length of the hypotenuse. **Pythagoras2 **is 10 questions on finding a shorter side. **Pythagoras3 ** is a mixture where the student will need to decide whether the unknown is the hypotenuse or not. Pythagoras4 is for more able students and involves two triangles where the theorem will need to be applied twice. Pythagoras5 Consists of applications of Pythagoras and worded questions. Pythagoras6 is five questions involving 3D applications of Pythagoras Pythagorasans is the answer sheet for all 6 worksheets
happymathematician
Fortnite Bearings Fun

Fortnite Bearings Fun

If you haven’t heard your students talking about Fortnite then where have you been? 45 million people play the shooter game Fortnite and I can’t stop the kids I teach from talking about it. This activity incorporates lots of different concepts: Ratios/Scales Bearings Speed, distance, time Pythagoras Area problem solving Edit and remove questions as you want. If you print at 100% the scale will be 1.5cm to 250m Otherwise you might have to give it a measure if you print to fit Also: The locations from the bearings are locations required for one of the challenges this season to get them even more engaged. Half my class have taken the work home to finish so they can gain in game rewards
tree1568
3D Pythagoras Problems

3D Pythagoras Problems

A collection of six questions designed to challenge students when they have ‘mastered’ conventional uses of pythagoras theorem. All questions work as great revision for GCSE, and a nice stretch challenge for KS3 too.
MuscleMaths
Bundle Pythagoras Equations Algebra Maths Worksheets

Bundle Pythagoras Equations Algebra Maths Worksheets

A great bundle. All answers provided. 100 Questions on Pythagoras Answers Provided 1 1000 questions Equations Single Variable Mathematics KS2 Algebra 2 Teaching Resources 100 worksheets Time Passages KS2 Maths Mathematics 1 Table Drills Mathematics Multiplication
auntieannie
Trig-Sta 18 - two nets based on  latest World Cup Telstar, with trig reminders as logos

Trig-Sta 18 - two nets based on latest World Cup Telstar, with trig reminders as logos

I was so intrigued by Matt Parker on You Tube (Geometry of Footballs) that I thought I would see if I could model the latest World Cup ball, the Telstar 18 - these are the results. You have a one sheet one piece net and a DeLuxe 6 sheet model. The shoe company’s logo that usually adorns these balls is based on a 30-60-90 RAT and so I thought some revision notes on Pythag and Trig might work. I’ve included some design notes on the shoe company’s logo in the ppt. So far in the Platonic League, cubes ruled until 1970 - when the Telstar a truncated icosahedron held sway until Germany 2006 with a dodecahedron, then South Africa 2010 with an octahedron. But the cubes fought back in Brazil and now Russia. Tetrahedron anyone?
AndrewDade
GCSE revision: Key facts about...

GCSE revision: Key facts about...

I have put together a series of revision help sheets for my year 11 students based on key topics that they needed to work on. These are the blank templates for ones that I have created so far. As and when I make some more, I shall add them. Topics covered: Transformations Gradients, parallel and perpendicular lines Trigonometry and Pythagoras’ match up (definitions and exam questions) Interior and exterior angles and angles in parallel lines
rishna_s