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New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving 4 - Geometry Questions - Grades 5-9

New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving 4 - Geometry Questions - Grades 5-9

Students should learn/discover 1 .Find Gradient of a line from a diagram or by using a formula for m 2. Find the Equation of a line : Y= mx + c 3. Find the Equation of a PARALLEL Line 4. Find the Equation of a PERPENDICULAR line 5. Divide a line segment into a given ratio and calculate coordinates Then use these skills A-G to do the PROBLEM SOLVING Questions Calculate the Equation of the Tangent of a circle, many applicational /contextual problems involving gradients and equation of a line for the new syllabus A. a student sheet has no formulae/knowledge as they have to discover these themselves....(starting from a blank canvass- or prior knowledge) They may use textbooks, on-line resources , their exercise books etc... B. A COMBINED sheet which acts as a teacher Guidance/Answer sheets includes Formulae The teacher's role is of a prompter- the student does all the work....It can be a one-one or paired or group work and can be adapted to do other things...
Kazmo1429
New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving 4 - Geometry Questions - Grades 5-9

New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving 4 - Geometry Questions - Grades 5-9

Students should learn/discover 1 .Find Gradient of a line from a diagram or by using a formula for m 2. Find the Equation of a line : Y= mx + c 3. Find the Equation of a PARALLEL Line 4. Find the Equation of a PERPENDICULAR line 5. Divide a line segment into a given ratio and calculate coordinates Then use these skills A-G to do the PROBLEM SOLVING Questions Calculate the Equation of the Tangent of a circle, many applicational /contextual problems involving gradients and equation of a line for the new syllabus A. a student sheet has no formulae/knowledge as they have to discover these themselves....(starting from a blank canvass- or prior knowledge) They may use textbooks, on-line resources , their exercise books etc... B. A COMBINED sheet which acts as a teacher Guidance/Answer sheets includes Formulae The teacher's role is of a prompter- the student does all the work....It can be a one-one or paired or group work and can be adapted to do other things...
Kazmo1429
New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving 4 - Geometry Questions - Grades 5-9

New 9-1 Maths GCSE Problem Solving 4 - Geometry Questions - Grades 5-9

Students should learn/discover 1 .Find Gradient of a line from a diagram or by using a formula for m 2. Find the Equation of a line : Y= mx + c 3. Find the Equation of a PARALLEL Line 4. Find the Equation of a PERPENDICULAR line 5. Divide a line segment into a given ratio and calculate coordinates Then use these skills A-G to do the PROBLEM SOLVING Questions Calculate the Equation of the Tangent of a circle, many applicational /contextual problems involving gradients and equation of a line for the new syllabus A. a student sheet has no formulae/knowledge as they have to discover these themselves....(starting from a blank canvass- or prior knowledge) They may use textbooks, on-line resources , their exercise books etc... B. A COMBINED sheet which acts as a teacher Guidance/Answer sheets includes Formulae The teacher's role is of a prompter- the student does all the work....It can be a one-one or paired or group work and can be adapted to do other things...
Kazmo1429
Inequalities Equations and graphs with answers

Inequalities Equations and graphs with answers

This is a resource with answers which enables pupils to consolidate their understanding of: how to find the equation of a quadratic from a curve; how to read the solution of a quadratic from a graph; how to write the solution of an inequality of a quadratic. This is useful fro GCSE Higher pupils and AS Level pupils.
judsonb
Squares to Stairs

Squares to Stairs

Number of diagonals in a polygon, number of squares in special figures, triangular numbers are just some of the examples how we can model with quadratic functions. Using difference tables to establish the pattern and confirm the relationship in Geogebra. Enter the numbers in a spreadsheet, draw a graph, fit a polynomial regression model, use the model for predictions. An assessment task on direct and inverse variation to follow the lesson. The zipped folder includes Geogebra files. Teacher handout has full instructions how to use Geogebra. A lesson can be differentiated: stronger students attempting difference tables and taking an algebraic approach; weaker students using technology to arrive at the same answer.
bgm2016
Using Pythagoras for Distance to Horizon

Using Pythagoras for Distance to Horizon

A problem solving project where pupils use Pythagoras to find how far away the horizon is, depending on your height about sea level. This is an open-ended project, where rather than being given all the information up front the pupils have to work in groups to explore the problem, then reflect on what techniques were effective. It practices several useful skills such as Pythagoras, circle geometry, expanding brackets and rearranging formulas. There is the scope for very good pupils to extend the project in interesting directions.
dh2119
Factorising Quadratics

Factorising Quadratics

A bumper collection of resources for Factorizing Quadratics, including various activities and games and plenty of practice questions, which also include the other types of factorising required for KS4 or National 5 in Scotland. - Jokes and riddles for factorising trinomials - Catchphrase for factorising trinomials - Quadratic problems for real life problems, with trinomials, completing square and finding roots - Extra questions, with five pages of simple factorisation, difference of squares, trinomials and problem solving All provided with answers
dh2119
Solving Quadratic Identities

Solving Quadratic Identities

Students learn how to solve quadratic identities by completing the square and equating terms. As learning progresses students are challenged to solve identities where the coefficient of b is odd and in the form a(x+b)^2 + c. At the start of the lesson students arrange six expressions written in the form (x + b)2 + c in order of their smallest possible value. In the plenary students are challenged to match a range of identities with their equal terms. Differentiated Learning Objectives All students should be able to solve a quadratic identity in the form (x + b)^2 + c by completing a square. Most students should be able to solve a quadratic identity in the form (x + b)^2 + c by completing a square and equating terms. Some students should be able to solve a quadratic identity in the form a(x + b^)2 + c. Mr Mathematics’ annual members have instant access to all lessons across Key Stage 3 and 4. Termly GCSE assessments are also available to monitor student’s progress. Visit mr-mathematics for * Fully planned and differentiated maths lessons for the GCSE 9 - 1 and new Key Stage 3 specification * Schemes of work based on pedagogy and teacher support for Key Stage 3 and 9 – 1 GCSE courses. Follow me on twitter for updates on new lessons available at http://mr-mathematics.com @mr_mathematics.
Mr_Mathematics
Algebra: Quadratic Graphs 2 - Gradients & Other Problems (+ resources)

Algebra: Quadratic Graphs 2 - Gradients & Other Problems (+ resources)

This is second of two whole lessons on teaching the various aspects of quadratic graphs containing the various aspects introduced with the new 9-1 GCSE syllabus. The first lesson being the introduction is important to go through before this lesson. They are available together as a bundle. This is a substantial PowerPoint, with starters, links to video's I use, Questions, Learning objectives, key words, loads of examples etc... NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources, and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.
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