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Single Line Graphing

Single Line Graphing

5 pages of single line graphs that covers different themes with 5 pages of model answer. You can use them as assessment, worksheets or even homework.

By zainah2000

A level applied maths: Decision revison

A level applied maths: Decision revison

A great resource for A level students on Decision maths. Specifically for AQA but can be used for all other exam boards as well. Provides quick, easy to understand information for the topics. Has many uses including as flashcards, posters, powerpoint presentation for revision and introduction of decision topics. A great and very helpful resource

By suz1230

Can Santa complete Christmas?

Can Santa complete Christmas?

Functional type activity involving distances and times. Santa has to deliver the presents to places in Cornwall. Students are given distance charts and times to travel and are asked to plot shortest and quickest route. There is an extra challenge of a load limit for Santa's sleigh. Have included distance table, time table and three maps; one blank and the other two completed with times and mileage. All resources are in one word file and accompanied with a powerpoint. Thanks to Claire Richards and Tony Robson for their help.

By alastair38