#### Transformation of graphs

Recommended by TES Panel. An investigation which allows the learners to find the rules for transformations plus some example questions. PLEASE REVIEW / COMMENT.

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Recommended by TES Panel. An investigation which allows the learners to find the rules for transformations plus some example questions. PLEASE REVIEW / COMMENT.

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Sale#### Quadratic and Linear Simultaneous Equations

To solve a quadratic and linear equation simultaneously students first review the elimination method for two linear equations.The development phase goes on to demonstrate solving the equations as means to calculating the intersecting point between their respective graphs. There are examples provided for the teacher to demonstrate and additional problems for the students.Differentiated Learning ObjectivesAll students should be able to solve a pair of simultaneous equations where one is quadratic and the other is linear through the method of substitution.Most students should be able to find intersecting points from a quadratic and linear graph using the method of substitution to solve equations simultaneously.Some students should be able to find the intersecting point between a reciprocal and linear equation.Check out my blog at mr-mathematics.com for:* Fully planned and differentiated math lessons for KS3 and 1 - 9 GCSE Mathematics lessons* Schemes of work based on pedagogy and teacher support.

Sale#### Sketching Quadratic Graphs

In this mathematics lesson students learn about sketching quadratic graphs by identifying the y intercept, roots and turning point of the parabola. As learning progresses students interchange between solving quadratics using factorisation, completing the square or the quadratic formula.Differentiated Learning ObjectivesAll students should be able to calculate and show the roots of a quadratic in a sketched diagram.Most students should be able to sketch a quadratic graph to illustrate its turning point, roots and y-intercept value.Some students should be able to use sketched graphs to determine the number of solutions to two or more simultaneous equations.

A 25-page compilation of notes, examples, and questions involving conics -- applied to word problems and solving systems of equations. Designed to review algebra concepts and improve graphing skills. Topics include circles, ellipses, hyperbolas, parabolas, reciprocal functions, linear equations, factoring, and more. There are 2 practice tests with detailed answers. Thanks for visiting. Proceeds support TES and the Mathplane sites. Appreciate it!

A 25-page compilation of notes, examples, and questions involving conics -- applied to word problems and solving systems of equations. Designed to review algebra concepts and improve graphing skills. Topics include circles, ellipses, hyperbolas, parabolas, reciprocal functions, linear equations, factoring, and more. There are 2 practice tests with detailed answers. Thanks for visiting. Proceeds support TES and the Mathplane sites. Appreciate it!

Sale#### Equations Revision

£20 pounds worth of resources at a bargain price.
Brilliant Equations Bundle.
Great for Revision or Whole Lessons.
Contains the tried and tested resources of Equations, Inequalities, Simultaneous Equations, Quadratic Equations and Function Machines.
Lots of questions with in depth answers.

This booklet contains a selection of questions covering a range of topics for the reformed GCSE Mathematics (9-1) Higher Tier syllabus. The 58 questions in this booklet can be used by both teachers, to show examples of examination style questions in class, and students, for independent revision at home. The answers are particularly useful if students are not secure in certain topics as they show full step-by-step workings. Calculators are not allowed for the questions in this booklet.Topics covered in this booklet are: coordinates in 3D, finding midpoints, finding gradients, finding equations of lines from a range of contexts (a given graph, parallel to, perpendicular to, passing through), finding coordinates of points on a line, identifying properties of lines from equations given, sketching graphs of quadratic functions, finding the turning point of a graph given its function, drawing different types of graphs using tables, exponential functions and their graphs, solving equations graphically, including drawing suitable lines, using rates of change to interprete graphs and linking different types of graphs to their functions.This booklet has excellent examples of questions of the new topics in the reformed GCSE Mathematics (9-1) curriculum.

This booklet contains a selection of questions covering a range of topics for the reformed GCSE Mathematics (9-1) syllabus. For the majority of these questions, students are required to interpret the context and use their reasoning and problem solving skills. The 96 questions in this booklet can be used by both teachers, to show examples of examination style questions in class, and students, for independent revision at home. The answers are particularly useful if students are not secure in certain topics as they show full step-by-step workings. Calculators are allowed for the questions in this booklet.Topics covered in this booklet are: solving quadratic equations using the quadratic formula, solving equations using trial and improvement, solving equations involving algebraic fractions, solving simultaneous equations with one linear equation and one quadratic equation, using graphs to estimate solutions of equations, writing down equations from a given context and forming equations to solve problems related to the cost of products, angles, perimeters, areas, volumes, surface areas, 3D shapes, similar shapes, probability and compound measures. This booklet has excellent examples of questions of the new topics in the reformed GCSE Mathematics (9-1) curriculum.

This booklet contains a selection of questions covering a range of topics for the reformed GCSE Mathematics (9-1) syllabus. For the majority of these questions, students are required to interpret the context and use their reasoning and problem solving skills. The 48 questions in this booklet can be used by both teachers, to show examples of examination style questions in class, and students, for independent revision at home. The answers are particularly useful if students are not secure in certain topics as they show full step-by-step workings. The worked answers also show students how to communicate their reasoning and calculations. Calculators are allowed for the questions in this booklet.Topics covered in this booklet are: sine rule, cosine rule, area of a triangle, bearings, identifying and applying the different rules in 2D and 3D, sketching graphs of trigonometric functions, interpreting transformations applied to trigonometric functions, finding trigonometric functions of graphs given, solving simple trigonometric equations graphically, using and applying trigonometric functions and graphs to periodical processes.

Sale#### Straight Line Graphs - Gradients and Y Intercepts

Straight Line Graph - Gradient and Y InterceptThis CONTAINS a WONDERFUL WONDERFUL Animated TOOL for Straight line graphs working out gradient and y intercept from an equation and from a graph. This resource includes a fantastic tool for drawing and comparing straight line graphs. Lots of questions, differentiated with answers.

Sale#### Real Life Graphs

Real Life Graphs 31 Power Point Slides with differentiated Real Life Graphs. Colourful and different scenarios to check understanding of context and the real world.Great for quick revision or whole lesson.

Sale#### Quadratic Graphs Revision

Excellent step by step resource to draw Quadratic Graphs. Starts off with ensuring students can substitute in to a equation. There is a DEMO on how to complete the table. There is also a demo to show how to complete the tables of values. There is a also another animation to SHOW THE STUDENT HOW TO DRAW THE GRAPH. Written by an outstanding practitioner.This is great for revision or whole lessons.

A mix of algebra tasks to build pupils confidence with algebra. Pupils engage and get involved in the styles of tasks to introduce topics of algebra, to consolidate or to use for revision tasks. A good way to engage and challenge pupils.

Sale#### Graphs Revision

Very detailed lessons can be used for whole lessons or revision. Gradients and Y intercept of Straight Line Graph(Power Point Based Lesson) This also contains a FANTASTIC Straight Line Graph TOOL so students can explore graphs and work out gradients and y intercept. You type in the Gradient and Y intercept it draws the graph for you, you can do several so you can compare graphs example parallel lines. Quadratic Graphs drawn from table of values. (Power Point Based). Straight Line Graphs (Power Point Version)Straight Line Graphs (Smart Notebook Version)

This booklet contains a selection of questions covering a range of topics for the reformed GCSE Mathematics (9-1) Higher Tier syllabus. For the majority of these questions, students are required to interpret the context and use their reasoning and problem solving skills. The 183 questions in this booklet cover all grades of the new GCSE curriculum and can be used by both teachers, to show examples of examination style questions in class, and students, for independent revision at home. The answers are particularly useful if students are not secure in certain topics as they show full step-by-step workings. The worked answers also show students how to communicate their reasoning and calculations. Calculators are allowed for the questions in this booklet.Topics covered in this booklet are: units of time, compound units, metric conversion, imperial conversions (conversion factors are given in most cases), converting compound units, scale involving length, area and volume, evaluating numerical expressions, rounding, estimating answers, upper and lower bounds, including bounds of compound units, distance-time graphs, speed-time graphs, calculation/estimation and interpretation of gradients of graphs, calculation/estimation and interpretation of areas underneath graphs, including the Trapezium Rule.This booklet has excellent examples of questions of the new topics in the reformed GCSE Mathematics (9-1) curriculum.

This is a lesson on travel graphs, with custom animation, a worksheet starter, with key words, excellent teaching slides, learning objectives and an excellent double sided worksheet with answers included. There is a follow up lesson on other real life graphs, and I would recommend that you teach speed, distance and time first before looking at travel graphs. This is also an excellent lesson available in my shop.NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thanks.

Sale#### Inequalities Revision

Algebra inequality (Inequalities) this fantastic resource has linear and quadratic inequalities. Step by step demo with question and answers. Exercise questions come with answers too. Great for whole lesson or quick fire revision as it comes with in depth answers on the power point. Lots of questions with answers.

A Powerpoint to explain Transforming Graphs. This powerpoint has 8 slides (Including one title and one end slide). Designed for KS4 / GCSE.Topics covered are:Transforming GraphsTranslation VerticallyTranslation HorizontallyStretch Parallel to the y axisStretch Parallel to the x axis

A short Powerpoint to explain The equation and graph of a circle with centre (0, 0). This powerpoint has 6 slides (Including one title and one end slide). Designed for KS4 / GCSE.

A short Powerpoint to explain Distance Time Graphs. This powerpoint has 5 slides (Including one title and one end slide). Designed for KS4 / GCSE.

A short Powerpoint to explain Graphs of Trigonometric Functions. This powerpoint has 5 slides (Including one title and one end slide). Designed for KS4 / GCSE.Graphs covered are:Graph of y = sin xGraph of y = cos xGraph of y = tan x

A Powerpoint to explain Cubic and Reciprocal Graphs. This powerpoint has 23 slides (Including one title and one end slide). Designed for KS4 / GCSE.Topics covered are:Cubic GraphsShape of Cubic GraphsDrawing Cubic GraphsReciprocal GraphsShape of Reciprocal GraphsDrawing Reciprocal Graphs

A Powerpoint to explain Conversion Graphs. This powerpoint has 5 slides (Including one title and one end slide). Designed for KS4 / GCSE.

Pupils choose which colour they feel confident attempting. If they are really confident they should choose green, the secure option, if they are struggling they should choose the red or amber option (foundation – basic assessment of skill, amber is a little bit harder).Pupils show the questions, working out and answers that they have attempted in their class book.Pupils self assess or peer assess at the end of each activity to show themselves how much progress they have made.Answers provided. Terms of use; Please use only by the customer paying for the resource.Printing tip; Print - fit to page or fill entire page so they only print on A4. I have also included a second copy with a label of printing because my lovely reviewer gave me a valuable tip about cost of ink so I have changed the background to white to make it cheaper.

Sale#### Straight Line Graphs

Straight line graph lesson written by an outstanding practitioner who leads on Mastery. The extension part of the lesson is on non straight line graphs (Quadratic and Cubic Graphs). The resource contains:1 Power Point presentation contains 38 slides, visual and interactive, checks understanding. 5 Worksheets with answers. Choice of Grids to use -10 by 10 or -18 by 18. The lessons start with making sure students have the necessary understanding of multiplying negative and positive numbers. It ensures that students can substitute in to an expression. The resource contains worksheets with answers. It also has slides to check students understand parallel lines, gradients and y intercept. Power point animations used to show how a graph is plotted.

Fitting curves using direct and inverse variation. Modelling with triangular numbers resulting in a quadratic (using first and second differences to confirm) and with light intensity with a power function. Can be used as an assessment or as class activity. Use of technology is encouraged. Solutions provided.

A Powerpoint to explain Inequalities as Regions on Graphs. This powerpoint has 12 slides (Including one title and one end slide). Designed for KS4 / GCSE.Topics covered are:InequalitiesShowing Inequalities on GraphsRegions defined by more than one Inequality

All my maths GCSE wordsearches and crosswords in one place. Perfect for revising key terminology ahead of GCSEs.