#### Ex 2: Estimate the Value of a Derivative at a Point on a Graph Using a Tangent Line

This video provides an example of how to approximate the slope of a tangent line to approximate the value of the derivative function at a point on a function.

**Estimate the Value of a Derivative at a Point on a Graph Using a Tangent Line
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This video by mathispower4u shows how to approximate the slope of a tangent line to approximate the value of the derivative function at a point on a function.

This video provides an example of how to approximate the slope of a tangent line to approximate the value of the derivative function at a point on a function.

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This video provides an example of how to approximate the slope of a tangent line to approximate the value of the derivative function at a point on a function.

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This video explains how to use a tangent line to make a linear approximation for the value of a square root.

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This video explains how to use L'Hopital's Rule to determine a limit in an indeterminant form.

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This is the master copy of my top trumps game used previously with substitution. You can add whatever you like in the blank fields and apply the game to any subject or topic. The theme is superheroes, finished professionally, which the students absolutely love!<br />
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PLEASE NOTE: My focus and passion as a teacher is in creating fun an enriching games to use in Maths and other subjects. Do have a look at my other resources - there may be variations on this one and other exciting ideas...

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A master copy of my popular steeplechase board game. Enclosed are the game board and card templates which have been designed to fit perfectly on the board. Print the cards in two different colours for easy and difficult piles. The idea is that when a player gets an easy question right they progress one space. A hard question qualifies them to move two spaces. Hard questions must be completed to move over an obstacle. I find it is quite fun to have 'joker' cards too which cause them to miss a go or advance extra spaces.<br />
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PLEASE NOTE: My focus and passion as a teacher is in creating fun an enriching games to use in Maths and other subjects. Do have a look at my other resources - there may be variations on this one and other exciting ideas...

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For those of you who use socrative.(Outstanding lesson all the time!)<br />
Codes are on the document for the following topics<br />
Normal distribution S1 <br />
Sequences and series for C1/C2 <br />
Indices for c1/c2/A*gcse <br />
Factorising for gcse/weak c1 <br />
Differentiation for C1 <br />
Expanding brackets/collecting like term.<br />
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Explanations given for all questions to students on the quizzes<br />

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