I chose to seperate the trigonometry and exponent applications and then topped it all off with some exam questions that we looked through a bit in lessons and the rest was set for independent study. In terms of teaching the FP2 course, these have been received best by my students and I have asked for honest evaluations!!\n\nPlease read the notes at the bottom of each slide. I try to write my A Level powerpoints such that previous 'results&' are used later on, either in my examples or the exercises students complete.
Permutations exam question. You are shown how to handle questions where letters or items have to stay together. To see the full index of tutorials visit http://www.examsolutions.co.uk/A-Level-maths-tutorials/maths_tutorials_index.php#Statistics
This is the 1st in a series of tutorials for the Binomial Distribution. What is a Binomial Distribution? In this tutorial you are introduced to the properties of a Binomial Distribution and the notation used. To see this and other tutorials in this series goto ExamSolutions at http://www.examsolutions.co.uk
C1 Exam Practice. In this maths video tutorial I show you how we can use completing the square to sketch a quadratic graph, locate the maximum or minimum points and the equation of the line of symmetry. To see this and other tutorials go to http://www.examsolutions.co.uk/maths-tutorials/quadratic-functions/sketching_quadratic_graphs/tutorial.php
Use de Moivre’s theorem to find nth roots of a complex number. Graph nth roots of a complex number on the Argand diagram. Generalize the position of the nth roots in the complex plane. Display the nth roots on your calculator.
Power Point presentation, 12 slides, demonstrating that for a given polynomial that has a complex zero z, then its conjugate z* is also a zero of the polynomial, based on IB Higher level Syllabus. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8z00qLZV7OldENnRERSZ29PYU0/view?usp=sharing
Power Point presentation, 10 slides, Explaining how to solve system of equations with two or three unknowns, using the methods of substitutions, elimination and the Gaussian elimination Method, based on IB Higher level Syllabus. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8z00qLZV7OlcW9QalZzSm9JX2s/view?usp=sharing