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20 KS2 KS3 Maths Revision worksheets

20 KS2 KS3 Maths Revision worksheets

Make your work easier. Each worksheet has more than 3 exercises on each sub topics. I have compiled these worksheets to facilitate the teachers. Help your students to review and practice the main topics.
Teachers_choice12
GCSE Maths - Assessment for Learning Checklist - Topic focussed

GCSE Maths - Assessment for Learning Checklist - Topic focussed

GCSE Maths - Assessment for Learning Checklist - Topic focussed This is an assessment for learning grid/checklist for each topic on the new Maths GCSE. Think every topic is there, but message me if there's any to add. I use this as a log to keep track of when I do topics with students.
Joki81
Decision 1 Revision Resources

Decision 1 Revision Resources

A selection of D1 revision resources for the AQA A-Level Spec. These resources include revision sheets and posters with fill in the gaps to help student remember the information. These sheets cover the sorting algorithms, definitions for D1 and other algorithms.
TheWilWheaton
Edexcel AS Further Decision Mathematics 1

Edexcel AS Further Decision Mathematics 1

A series of lesson sheets that take you through the whole of the Edexcel AS Further Decision Maths 1 course. They are intended to be used in the order they are numbered. When used in conjunction with exercises on the topics these deliver the entire content of the course.
SRWhitehouse
Simplex algorithm worksheet and solver (Decision maths)

Simplex algorithm worksheet and solver (Decision maths)

The first resource guides your students through the whole process of using the Simplex algorithm to solve a linear programming problem. The first page explains how the initial tableau is formed, how the objective function must be written and how the inequalities that represent constraints must be written as equations with the introduction of slack variables. The first exercise (11 questions) gives them the opportunity to practise writing the initial tableau correctly for different problems. Grids are provided so students focus their time and energy on only the values in the tableau. The next section describes how an iteration of the algorithm is performed and links the iterations to the graphical solution, showing how each iteration moves to a different vertex of the feasible region. There is then another exercise with 10 questions for students to practise performing iterations and finding the optimal solution. Again, grids are provided so students focus their time and energy on only the steps of the algorithm and the values in the tableau. Fully worked solutions are provided to all the questions in the exercises. The second resource is a spreadsheet that automatically solves any simplex tableau in 2/3 variables with 2/3 constraints - a useful resource for doing/checking solutions to other questions from a textbook or examination paper.
langy74
Linear programming problems - graphical solution (Decision maths)

Linear programming problems - graphical solution (Decision maths)

These resources are designed to aid the teaching and learning of using a graphical method to solve linear programming problems. The first resource introduces the idea of representing inequalities on graphs and finding the point(s) that maximise a given objective function. There are also some examples that require integer solutions so the optimal point is not at a vertex of the feasible region. The second resource provides practice of solving problems with a provided graph - these are examination style questions and involve considering how changes to the objective function may change the optimal point(s). The third resource has 2 example questions in context where the students must use a description of a problem to formulate the objective function and the non-trivial constraints, and then go on to solve the problem graphically. Grids are provided for all graphs and solutions are included for all questions.
langy74
Route inspection - resource to teach and practise the algorithm (Decision maths)

Route inspection - resource to teach and practise the algorithm (Decision maths)

This printable worksheet makes it easy to introduce the route inspection algorithm and will help your students understand how to apply the algorithm. The first page reminds students about Eulerian and semi-Eulerian graphs, how these are the types of graphs we require to solve the route inspection problem, and then has an example where you can introduce the idea of adding/repeating arcs to create the type of graph you need. The next page summarises the steps of the general algorithm and then the set of example questions begins. There are 14 questions in total, all with diagrams, with some requiring a closed route and some that do not. Fully worked solutions for all examples are provided.
langy74