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Understanding Inequalities 4 (Treasure Hunt)

Understanding Inequalities 4 (Treasure Hunt)

This activity requires students to look at inequalities on a number line and write them in the form a ≤ x ≤ b. Click --> https://tes.com/.../Treasure Hunts for similar style Treasure Hunts on more than 30 other topics. -- Note that unlike most Treasure Hunts, this one has the added feature that the answers give an encrypted clue. Deciphering this clue reveals where the treasure is hidden! A Treasure Hunt is a great activity which children love. They are ideal for revision, starters or plenaries. They are a really great way to get students to answer questions quickly and enjoy doing so. These question cards have been prepared in two sizes. The large cards can be pinned around around the classroom and used for a whole class activity; the smaller (loop cards) can be used for group work or by individuals – they are particularly helpful for one-to-one tutorials and during interventions.
Maths4Everyone
Circles Edexcel A-level Year 1/AS Pearson Ch 6

Circles Edexcel A-level Year 1/AS Pearson Ch 6

Presentation covering the whole of chapter 2 (4-6hrs) from the Pearson Edexcel Pure Mathematics Year 1/AS book. Includes examples and notes for; Midpoints and perpendicular bisectors Equation of a circle Intersections of circles and straight lines Using tangent and chord properties Circles and triangles Suitable for the new A-Level specification year 1 or AS-level. Also suitable as extension for able GCSE students. Presentation designed to be used as teaching aid for entire block of lessons. Opportunities for students to work through examples on whiteboards, and notes on key points. All learning objectives included and maintained throughout the presentation. Editable for you to select you own questions or add consolidation work. OTHER CHAPTERS AVAILABLE
domgosli
Understanding Inequalities 2 (Treasure Hunt)

Understanding Inequalities 2 (Treasure Hunt)

This activity gives students practice at interpreting inequalities written in the form a ≤ x < b. Click --> https://tes.com/.../Treasure Hunts for similar style Treasure Hunts on more than 30 other topics. -- Note that unlike most Treasure Hunts, this one has the added feature that the answers give an encrypted clue. Deciphering this clue reveals where the treasure is hidden! A Treasure Hunt is a great activity which children love. They are ideal for revision, starters or plenaries. They are a really great way to get students to answer questions quickly and enjoy doing so. These question cards have been prepared in two sizes. The large cards can be pinned around around the classroom and used for a whole class activity; the smaller (loop cards) can be used for group work or by individuals – they are particularly helpful for one-to-one tutorials and during interventions.
Maths4Everyone
Algebra Codebreaker Bundle - December 2017

Algebra Codebreaker Bundle - December 2017

A bunch of codebreakers (the usual terrible joke) having solved a load of algebra problems involving functions, arithmetic sequences, inequalities, substitution and other algebra topics. These can be used as a starter or plenary or even part of a main task in a lesson.
alutwyche
Inequalities

Inequalities

This booklet has 58 questions on inequalities and is a very useful resource for students to practise this topic for the GCSE examination. It starts with easy questions and they gradually increase in difficulty level. There are some unusual inequalities, which may prove to be useful for the new (9-1) GCSE examinations. Also included are questions where students need to shade in regions given a few inequalities, and also the other way around where a region is given and students need to find the inequalities that define the shaded region. The last three questions are applications touching on linear programming. Students will need at least four hours to complete all the questions in this booklet. This resource comes with worked answers and is therefore great for independent revision either in class or at home.
mathsmuscateer
Inverse Operation Inequalities Worksheet (2 steps)

Inverse Operation Inequalities Worksheet (2 steps)

Work with two-step inverse operations using inequalities with this 30 problem worksheet. (Answers included). This worksheet include working with fractions and decimals as well. The best part? If you need more practice, just press F9 (or just reload the worksheet) and the numbers will all change (answers will change as well). Need something more specific to suit your need? Email me at straightaconsulting@gmail.com
idoknowmath
50 slide Powerpoint: Challenging Higher Maths Logs Exponentials Questions Worked Solutions

50 slide Powerpoint: Challenging Higher Maths Logs Exponentials Questions Worked Solutions

50 slide Powerpoint on the topic of Logs and Exponentials, which is intended to challenge more able Higher Maths students who may be considering continuing their Maths studies by taking the Advanced Higher course. The Powerpoint begins with a brief revision of the main rules, followed by 30 multi-part questions. Many of these problem solving questions are multi-topic (such as relating to composite functions, transformations of functions, inverse functions, circles, quadratic theory, cubics and synthetic division, straight line theory, proofs, surds, indices etc) and some require changes of log base, the use of exponential substitutions, and the factorising of exponential and logarithmic functions. There are several examples of finding constants and plotting graphs for log-linear functions. Fully Worked Solutions (including many graphs) included.
biggles1230
OCR Maths: Higher GCSE - Section Check In Test 6 Algebra

OCR Maths: Higher GCSE - Section Check In Test 6 Algebra

"A 20 question test on 'Algebra' in Higher GCSE Maths, comprising: 10 questions on procedural calculations; 5 questions on reasoning and communicating mathematically; and 5 problem solving questions. This resource is ideal for either formative or summative assessment and can be used in lesson time as a half term assessment, a homework or for revision. The topics covered correspond to the first three columns of subject content from section 1 of the OCR GCSE (9-1) Mathematics specification J560. 6.01 - Algebraic expressions: Algebraic terminology and proofs; Collecting like terms in sums and differences of terms; Simplifying products and quotients; Multiplying out brackets; Factorising; Completing the square; Algebraic fractions 6.02 - Algebraic formulae: Formulate algebraic expressions; Substitute numerical values into formulae and expressions; Change the subject of a formula; Recall and use standard formulae; Use kinematics formulae 6.03 - Algebraic equations: Linear equations in one unknown; Quadratic equations; Simultaneous equations; Approximate solutions using a graph; Approximate solutions by iteration 6.04 - Algebraic inequalitites: Inequalities in one variable; Inequalities in two variables 6.05 - Language of functions: Functions 6.06 - Sequences: Generate terms of a sequence; Special sequences Further details and other resource ideas can be found by visiting http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/gcse-mathematics-j560-from-2015/."
OCR_Maths
OCR Maths: Foundation GCSE - Section Check In Test 6 Algebra

OCR Maths: Foundation GCSE - Section Check In Test 6 Algebra

"A 20 question test on 'Algebra' in Foundation GCSE Maths, comprising: 10 questions on procedural calculations; 5 questions on reasoning and communicating mathematically; and 5 problem solving questions. This resource is ideal for either formative or summative assessment and can be used in lesson time as a half term assessment, a homework or for revision. The topics covered correspond to the first two columns of subject content from section 1 of the OCR GCSE (9-1) Mathematics specification J560. 6.01 - Algebraic expressions: Algebraic terminology and proofs; Collecting like terms in sums and differences of terms; Simplifying products and quotients; Multiplying out brackets; Factorising 6.02 - Algebraic formulae: Formulate algebraic expressions; Substitute numerical values into formulae and expressions; Change the subject of a formula; Recall and use standard formulae; Use kinematics formulae 6.03 - Algebraic equations: Linear equations in one unknown; Quadratic equations; Simultaneous equations; Approximate solutions using a graph 6.04 - Algebraic inequalities: Inequalities in one variable 6.05 - Language of functions: Functions 6.06 - Sequences: Generate terms of a sequence; Special sequences Further details and other resource ideas can be found by visiting http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/gcse-mathematics-j560-from-2015/."
OCR_Maths