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MS Excel Applications

MS Excel Applications

MS Excel Applications is one of the topic which is covered during Mathematics lectures and seminars in order to enhance students knowledge. During this Lecture and Seminar we are covering following subtopics (Agenda): •Entering formulae •Sketching graphs •Descriptive statistics •Solving equations •Solving linear programming problems •Solving simultaneous linear equations In this File you will find: - 1 MS Excel Applications Lecture Power Point Presentation 17 Slides - 1 Seminar Plan - 13 Seminar Activities with full answer list for students All covered materials are taught for bachelor level students Level 3. Please write your comments once you purchase this lesson in order to have some suggestions for further improvements of teaching materials.
galkin_pavel07
Linear Programming

Linear Programming

Linear Programming is one of the topic which is covered during Mathematics lectures and seminars in order to enhance students knowledge. During this Lecture and Seminar we are covering following subtopics (Agenda): •Graphing linear inequalities •Graphing systems of linear inequalities •Linear programming problems •Applications of linear programming In this File you will find: - 1 Linear Programming Lecture Power Point Presentation 23 Slides - 1 Seminar Plan - 14 Seminar Activities with full answer list for students All covered materials are taught for bachelor level students Level 3. Please write your comments once you purchase this lesson in order to have some suggestions for further improvements of teaching materials.
galkin_pavel07
Integration

Integration

Integration is one of the topic which is covered during Mathematics lectures and seminars in order to enhance students knowledge. During this Lecture and Seminar we are covering following subtopics (Agenda): •Indefinite integrals •Definite integrals •Applications of indefinite and definite integrals In this File you will find: - 1 Integration Lecture Power Point Presentation 25 Slides - 1 Seminar Plan - 13 Seminar Activities with full answer list for students All covered materials are taught for bachelor level students Level 3. Please write your comments once you purchase this lesson in order to have some suggestions for further improvements of teaching materials.
galkin_pavel07
Constrained Optimization

Constrained Optimization

Constrained Optimization is one of the topic which is covered during Mathematics lectures and seminars in order to enhance students knowledge. During this Lecture and Seminar we are covering following subtopics (Agenda): • Optimization on the intervals • Method of substitution • Method of Lagrange multipliers In this File you will find: - 1 Constrained Optimization Lecture Power Point Presentation 24 Slides - 1 Seminar Plan - 18 Seminar Activities with full answer list for students All covered materials are taught for bachelor level students Level 3. Please write your comments once you purchase this lesson in order to have some suggestions for further improvements of teaching materials.
galkin_pavel07
Unconstrained Optimization

Unconstrained Optimization

Unconstrained Optimization is one of the topic which is covered during Mathematics lectures and seminars in order to enhance students knowledge. During this Lecture and Seminar we are covering following subtopics (Agenda): •Intervals of increase and decrease •Concavity and convexity •Critical and stationary points •Optimization of economic functions In this File you will find: - 1 Unconstrained Optimization Lecture Power Point Presentation 28 Slides - 1 Seminar Plan - 19 Seminar Activities with full answer list for students All covered materials are taught for bachelor level students Level 3. Please write your comments once you purchase this lesson in order to have some suggestions for further improvements of teaching materials.
galkin_pavel07
Hypothesis testing (new A level) - notes, examples, exercises and a homework/test

Hypothesis testing (new A level) - notes, examples, exercises and a homework/test

This 17-page resource covers all the required knowledge and techniques for hypothesis testing in the new A level. It contains detailed notes, examples to work through with your class, and exercises of questions for students to attempt themselves (answers included). The topics covered are: 1. Sampling - different methods of sampling, biased and representative samples 2. Unbiased estimators - estimating the population mean and variance from a sample 3. Setting up a hypothesis test - null and alternative hypotheses 4. Making a conclusion - p-values, significance levels, 1-tail and 2-tail tests 5. Critical regions - finding the critical region for a hypothesis test 6. Significance levels and errors - probability of incorrectly rejecting null hypothesis, nominal vs actual significance level This projectable and printable resource will save you having to write out or create any notes/examples when teaching this topic. It also increases how much you can get through in lessons as students don't have to copy notes/questions and can work directly onto spaces provided for solutions. You could also email/print some or all of this for students who have missed lessons or need additional notes/practice/revision. Also included is a 2-page assessment that covers the whole topic. Fully worked solutions are included.
langy74
Pounds, Pence and Notes

Pounds, Pence and Notes

This PowerPoint focuses on recognizing the value of money. Starter - Revise previous knowledge using whiteboards. Teacher Input - Matching the value of a coin with its image. Activity - Show flash cards of coin or note and pupils to say value. Questioning - What is the difference between pounds and pence? - Think, pair, share. Activity - I.C.T game found in PowerPoint notes (Whole class). Reinstate input - YouTube clip. Teacher Input - Talk about the common mistake when adding pounds and pence. Activity - How much money has Percy got in his bank? Greater Depth - Converting units into pounds and pence. Plenary - Use flash cards at pace. *This was my first ever maths lesson so apologies for any errors.
hollyannafreeman
AS/AL Mathematics - Statistics Tarsias (Binomial and Normal)

AS/AL Mathematics - Statistics Tarsias (Binomial and Normal)

Two tarsias to help with the teaching and learning of the A-level Statistics element of A-level Mathematics. The Binomial matches a distribution B(n, p) with two of q, mean, variance and s.d. The Normal aims to use the calculator functions (in the absence of tables in the 2017 specifications) to match a distribution N(mean, var) to probabilities.
thatsmyboy
Interpreting Regression Graphs

Interpreting Regression Graphs

Seven examples of regression graphs are given with lines of best fit added. Examples of positive, negative and linear approximation relationships are used. Students are asked to state the correlation then estimate and interpret the intercept and gradient of each graph. The students need to know how to estimate the gradient from 2-points on the line and find the intercept by extrapolation. The task is presented in two forms (1) a write on worksheet and (2) a cut up , mix and match activity. The second option is designed to encourage group work and discussion. There is a set of extension questions, one for each graph that promote further consideration on the strengths and limitations of lines of best fit. Answers are provided in a separate file. The activity is designed to be used with AS Mathematics students however it is accessible to Higher Tier GCSE Mathematics and GCSE Statistics students.
thatsmyboy