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Peter Mattock's Shop
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Any maths resource that I create that doesn't include copyrighted material (hopefully!) I will post here. Free forever - share and share a-like!

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Adapted from an image in Back to Back activities, 2 vectors are defined as a and b and the activity asks how many further vectors can be defined in terms of a and b. The image gives all of the other lines defined as vectors in terms of a and b.
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rachel555

4 years ago
5

woolfc75

5 years ago
4

Looks like a great activity... Im not sure why vector KD is 2b??? I would also include statements about B, F, H, J, E, K, N being midpoints. Otherwise, there are quite a lot of geometric assumptions the students will need to make - which is what we don't want them to do.

stroevey

6 years ago
5

Brilliant .. my last year of teachimg and I still find beautiful ifeas.

giantsky

7 years ago
5

Love this! Thank you!

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