#### Mathematics 2022: Paper 1 Solutions

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This is the mark scheme to the following resource: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12663473

This is a clear and detailed plan for a Year 2 Mathematics lesson on doubles up to 10 and 20.
It is an observation/lesson plan that is very engaging, practical and challenging for all abilities. The activities are focused on encouraging the development of problem solving skills through interactive activities that require the children to work cooperatively and use technical vocabulary to explain their thinking.
SEN and EAL children have also been differentiated for. There is a clear focus on the use of other adults in the room to challenge and scaffold. Throughout the lesson there are good opportunities to formally assess and develop thinking further.

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
A complete set of notes for students
Model examples
Probing questions to test understanding
Class questions including answers
Individual whiteboard work
Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download
Exponential functions and logarithms covers;
Know and use the function a^x and its graph, where a is positive
Know and use the function e^x and its graph
Know that the gradient of e^kx is equal to ke^kx and hence understand why the exponential model is suitable in many applications
Know and use the definition of logax as the inverse of a^x where a is positive and x≥0
Know and use the function ln x and its graph
Know and use ln x as the inverse function of e^x
Understand and use the laws of logarithms
Solve equations of the form a^x=b
Use logarithmic graphs to estimate parameters in relationships of the form y=ax^n and y=kb^x , given data for x and y
Understand and use exponential growth and decay
Use in modelling (examples may include the use of e in continuous compound interest, radioactive decay, drug concentration decay, exponential growth as a model for population growth)
Consideration of limitations and refinements of exponential models

Number system, logical reasoning sheet

Full Revision Summary and Examples for every Chapter in AS Pure Maths and AS Mechanics and Statistics

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These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download
Vectors covers;
Use vectors in two dimensions
Calculate the magnitude and direction of a vector and convert between component form and magnitude/direction form
Add vectors diagrammatically and perform the algebraic operations of vector addition and multiplication by scalars, and understand their geometrical interpretations
Understand and use position vectors
Calculate the distance between two points represented by position vectors
Use vectors to solve problems in pure mathematics and in context, including forces

Selection of wordsearches all using mathematical words and language. Keywords for the following topics: Special Numbers, Calculators, Formulas & Equations, Probability, Data Handling, Shape, Decimals, Area and Perimeter, Coordinates, Symmetry é Transformations, Ratio é Proportion, Fractions, Circles, Pythagoras é Trigonometry, Metric é Imperial Units.

Mathematics Revision Notes booklet for National 5, Scotland.

year 7-11

Edexcel Maths Predicted Paper 1 based on advanced information, includes answers and formula book.

This is a colossal worksheet consisting of 40 questions on the four types of Mathematical proof required for ‘A’ level - please note that there is no Induction in these questions.
This is a pdf in 2 parts
Q1 - students are told which type of proof to use
Q2 - students name the type of proof and then use it.
There are approximately 10 questions on:
Direct proof
Contradiction
Counter-example
Exhaustion
Partial answers are included - more like massive hints and methods really
Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you

Do you want to gather additional evidence to support your end of KS1 judgements for your Year 2 children? This download is perfect for you! This download contains over 30 pages of activities linked directly to the framework standards.
The download contains:
8 x 5 minute maths sheets. Each sheet contains evidence towards each framework standard. I love these for checking fluency with the standards and if you’re being moderated, these are perfect for additional evidence to prove children’s confidence and fluency.
1 X Working at booklet. There are 3 activity sheets for each statement with a front cover. The pages aren’t numbered so you can use them all, or simply choose the ones that best suit the needs for your evidence collection.
Please see my store for Working at the Expected Standard, Working at Greater Depth in Mathematics and I’ll be adding additional evidence ideas for Reading and Writing over the next couple of days. If you have any questions, please do ask :) C x

Here are a range of materials to help you assess your children against the end of KS1 assessment framework. These materials are also perfect evidence for moderation both in school and externally.
Each framework statement is represented in different ways to check for a thorough understanding of each standard.
This download includes:
A work book with 2 pages meeting each framework standard. You can have children complete the whole booklet either as a test or as a class activity You may also snip questions out of the work book to stick in books to assess over a period of time if that works better for you (see picture 2)
8 x 5 minute maths sheets - each sheet contains 1 or 2 questions directly linked to each framework statement. I use these with my children in the build up to SATS and assessment deadlines to ensure children are working successfully within the standard.
A whole class record sheet for checking children are meeting each standard
I also have downloads for Working at the Expected Standard and Working Above the Expected Standard in the same format.
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These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download
Binomial hypothesis testing covers;
Understand and apply the language of statistical hypothesis testing, developed through a binomial model: null hypothesis, alternative hypothesis, significance level, test statistic, 1-tail test, 2-tail test, critical value, critical region, acceptance region, p-value
Conduct a statistical hypothesis test for the proportion in the binomial distribution and interpret the results in context
Understand that a sample is being used to make an inference about the population and appreciate that the significance level is the probability of incorrectly rejecting the null hypothesis

These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
• A complete set of notes for students
• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download
Probability covers;
Understand and use mutually exclusive and independent events when calculating probabilities
Link to discrete and continuous distributions

Create professional looking mathematics assessment materials for Key Stages 2, 3 and 4 quickly and easily! Choose from over 350 questions (with answers), divided into Number, Algebra, Data Handling, Shape, Space and Measure topics. Questions are randomly generated in Excel so every assessment is unique.
The price reflects the many hours of work I have spent creating and developing the files and I am happy to assist users who have any questions.
Try before you buy - there is a free version of this resource (containing number questions):
Key Stage 3 Mathematics Test Maker Demo
Thank you to TES for featuring this as their Resource Of The Week
Files are updated on a regular basis.
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17 page Maths Puzzle Work Book on Careers in Mathematics for distance learning,homework setting, Isolation rooms, consolidation of learning, cover work or digital Learning.
Could also be used to set work for isolating students or as a Homework Booklet.
Resource Contains
✎✎ 17 Page Maths Puzzle Work Booklet (Includes Maths Number based puzzles, Maths Revision Questions and Wellbeing Activities) in Editable Format
✎✎ 17 Page Maths Puzzle Work Booklet (Includes Maths Number based puzzles, Maths Revision Questions and Wellbeing Activities) in PDF Format (same a s above) (Easy for printing or Setting Online work)
✎✎ 3 Page Teacher Answer Booklet - All answers included
✎✎ Mindfulness and Wellbeing Activities
This work booklet has been designed by out Maths Specialist. Product Code C8/PB/10
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These PowerPoints form full lessons of work that together cover the new A level Maths course for all exam boards. Together all the PowerPoints include;
A complete set of notes for students
Model examples
Probing questions to test understanding
Class questions including answers
Individual whiteboard work
Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
The PowerPoints can be used in the lesson and also given to students that have missed a lesson
I have added ‘AS level maths 13 – Circles’ for free download
Binomial Expansion covers;
Understand and use the binomial expansion of (a+bx)^n for positive integer n
the notations n! and nCr

Formulae poster for Simple and Compound Interest.