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Matrices Match Up Worksheets Bundle

Matrices Match Up Worksheets Bundle

Three Matrices Match Up worksheets. In each worksheet pupils must complete 15 questions to find the solutions on the worksheet. Three solutions will be unused and they can be added together to find a final solution. Can be used as practice or revision of the topic. Also if pupils get the final solution teachers can be happy the topic is understood without the need for marking. Solutions included. 1. Adding and Subtracting 2. Multiplying 3. Calculating Determinants

By jtodd854

Adding or Subtracting Matrices Worksheet

Adding or Subtracting Matrices Worksheet

Adding or Subtracting Matrices Match Up worksheet. (Or you could buy my Matrices bundle) Pupils must complete 15 questions to find the solutions on the worksheet. Three matrices will be unused and they can be added together to find a final solution. Can be used as practice or revision of the topic. Also if pupils get the final solution teachers can be happy the topic is understood without the need for marking. Solution included.

By jtodd854

Calculating determinants Matrices Worksheet

Calculating determinants Matrices Worksheet

Calculating determinants Matrices Match Up worksheet. (Alternatively you could buy my Matrices Bundle) Pupils must complete 15 questions to find the solutions on the worksheet. Three values will be unused and they can be added together to find a final solution. Can be used as practice or revision of the topic. Also if pupils get the final solution teachers can be happy the topic is understood without the need for marking. Solution included.

By jtodd854

Multiplying Matrices Match Up worksheet

Multiplying Matrices Match Up worksheet

Multiplying Matrices Match Up worksheet. Pupils must complete 15 questions to find the solutions on the worksheet. Three matrices will be unused and they can be added together to find a final solution. Can be used as practice or revision of the topic. Also if pupils get the final solution teachers can be happy the topic is understood without the need for marking. Solution included.

By jtodd854

The resource is a 'real-world' application of 2-by-2 determinants

The resource is a 'real-world' application of 2-by-2 determinants

This resource is for an introduction to matrix algebra, such as CIE's IGCSE Mathematics 0580. (E7 Matrices and transformations). The resource shows that a series of MS Paint transformations can be modeled as a matrix product. Students calculate the determinant of each matrix. The product is unity- the transformed shape has the same area as the original.

By c_d_patterson

Inverse Matrices - Circuit Training

Inverse Matrices - Circuit Training

Inverse Matrices - Circuit Training Find, where possible, the inverses of the following matrices. Work out the problem in the cell #1. To advance in the circuit, find your answer and mark that cell #2. Work out that problem and then find your answer again. Continue working in this manner until you complete the circuit. There are 12 problems in this product. All answers are included. My students love doing these activities. Thank you for checking my resources.

By NewMathWorld

Algebra: Matrices Bundle (5 lesson series) - ideal for IGCSE and A-Level

Algebra: Matrices Bundle (5 lesson series) - ideal for IGCSE and A-Level

Lesson 1: adding and subtracting, what are matrices etc... Lesson 2: Multiplying, mainly 2x2, when you can and cannot multiply Lesson 3: zero and identity matrix and the determinant Lesson 4: Inverse matrices intro - using the formula Lesson 5: Inverse matrices further - simultaneous equations All lessons come with starters, plenary, questions with answers, learning objectives, key words and excellent teaching slides. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources. thanks.

By ajf43

Matrix Multiplication - Circuit Training

Matrix Multiplication - Circuit Training

Matrix Multiplication - Circuit Training Work out the problem in the cell #1. To advance in the circuit, find your answer and mark that cell #2. Work out that problem and then find your answer again. Continue working in this manner until you complete the circuit. There are 16 problems in this product. All answers are included. My students love doing these activities. Thank you for checking my resources.

By NewMathWorld

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Transformations with Matrices: Using the unit square

Transformations with Matrices: Using the unit square

This lesson consists of a series of examples which demonstrate how a unit square can be used to determine which transformation a given 2x2 matrix represents. Also the unit square can be used to create a 2x2 matrix. The lesson concludes with a set of questions for the students to answer. I tend to use this lesson when teaching the Further Mathematics GCSE.

By sjcooper

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Transformations and Matrices

Transformations and Matrices

This Power point demonstrates to students that several 2 x 2 matrices can be used to complete certain transformations. Following from the examples there are several questions that the students can attempt.

By sjcooper

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Introduction to Matrices

Introduction to Matrices

Power point lesson with worked examples demonstrates to students how we add/subtract matrices. How to multiply matrices together and then several questions for the students to answer. The lesson is aimed at those students covering the Further Maths GCSE

By sjcooper