7 GCSE/IGCSE worksheets (with answers)

7 GCSE/IGCSE worksheets (with answers)

7 Worksheets on the following topics: bounds, speed, solving quadratic equations by factorising, simplifying algebraic fractions, perfect squares, calculus and differentiation. Detailed solutions are provided. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com.cy/p/worksheet-shop.html
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Standard results for C3 and C4 differentiation and integration

Standard results for C3 and C4 differentiation and integration

This is a PDF outlining all the different areas of differentiation and integration in Core 3 and Core 4. It is modelled from the Edexcel specification but is suitable for all exam boards. There's also some rules for differentiation and integration methods (chain rule, integration by parts, etc.) I hope you find it useful!
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GCSE Differentiation - Notes and Worked Examples

GCSE Differentiation - Notes and Worked Examples

This is a powerpoint covering basic calculus for GCSE. It contains brief notes by way of an explanation, model answers to questions and a question or two for the students to do; all of the questions come with answers that you can display when ready. The slide show comes with a progress grid (regularly referred to in the presentation) so that students can mark their progress from start to finish and pinpoint any areas that may need extra work with a “red/amber/green” system that they fill in; each one is given an approximate grade in both new (2017 onwards) and old system in England. It’s what I use in my lessons before setting tasks from worksheets or text books to practise.
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FP3 Standard Results for Differentiation and Integration [EDEXCEL]

FP3 Standard Results for Differentiation and Integration [EDEXCEL]

This is a simple PDF outlining all the standard results that are given in the formula book and a few results that are not given in the formula book, but may be examined on. This document also includes some extra things like general patterns to look out for in integration and what you need to do when faced with a substitution question (hint: hyperbolic and trigonometric substitutions can be tricky!). This is designed as a 'cheat sheet' as opposed to a full revision guide.
oinkk
Indices/ Fractional Indices/ Surds

Indices/ Fractional Indices/ Surds

This is a set of 3 lessons looking at all aspects of Indices, from the 3 basic rules, through to differentiation. Calculating using the 3 rules of Indices Lesson 1 The power and root starter can be projected onto the board and printed out so the students can fill in the sheet and spot the problem that they have no solution for. Then the three laws of indices are introduced and each time the students have 7 questions to complete. A power point is also attached with these on. There are then 6 mixed question which also introduces algebra as well as just numbers. 4 more complex questions will then be tackled as a group. Plenary – here they need to work out the powers of numbers by using the 3 laws they have learnt Investigating Fractional Indices Lesson 2 Here the students have a Thunk as a starter. You will introduce the idea of any number to the power of zero and how to prove it using the powers of indices. Students will use a calculator to see if they can work out what the fractional indices ate doing to the number, make sure they write the questions down and keep the solutions as fractions, or they will struggle to spot what’s going on. Then negative powers are introduced and again the students need to decide what’s going on. There is a worksheet embedded, a power point to use as an extension where 5 out of 10 questions are correct, the students have to decide which. There is a plenary flipchart embedded with a set of questions where the students have multiple choice answers that you can use an activote pod, or ABCD cards etc, or get them to do it as a quiz. Converting between Indices and Surds (A/A*) Lesson 3 There are starter questions which look at simplifying surds. Then you look at how to convert from fractional powers to surds and visa versa. You can then look at fractions and how to combine them with indices, The last two slides are to do with differentiations, if you haven’t covered this you can just change the 2nd slide from surd form into indices.
Sukimax
6 GCSE/IGCSE maths worksheets (with solutions)

6 GCSE/IGCSE maths worksheets (with solutions)

6 GCSE/IGCSE maths worksheets on the following topics: standard form, expanding brackets and factorising, fractions and differentiation. Solutions are included. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com.cy/p/worksheet-shop.html
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Converting between Indices and Surds including differentiation questions to change (A/A*) Lesson 3

Converting between Indices and Surds including differentiation questions to change (A/A*) Lesson 3

This is the 3rd in the set of 3 lessons (all 3 are available in a bundle) There are starter questions which look at simplifying surds. Then you look at how to convert from fractional powers to surds and visa versa. You can then look at fractions and how to combine them with indices, The last two slides are to do with differentiations, if you haven’t covered this you can just change the 2nd slide from surd form into indices.
Sukimax