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Year 10 Intermediate Mathematics Mixed Review NSW

Year 10 Intermediate Mathematics Mixed Review NSW

This is a Mixed Review paper (Word, PDF & Answers of same document) with Interest & Depreciation; Simultaneous Equations; Algebra; Coordinate Geometry at a Year 10 Intermediate NSW level. Could be used for quick revision, pre test homework task etc. Worksheet; Pre test; Assessment; Lesson Starter or Homework
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Equations with Variables on Both Sides Task Cards

Equations with Variables on Both Sides Task Cards

These middle school math 8 task cards includes 60 multi-step equations with variables on both sides. (45 equations with exactly one solution, 7 equations with no solution and 8 equations with infinite solutions.) Students will be able to practice solving equations with variables on both sides as well as identifying the number of solutions of equations with variables on both sides. These are specifically aligned with the math 8 common core specifically 8.EE.C.7a and 8.EE.C.7b. Also great in 9 - 12 classrooms as review. Read below for various activities with these task cards in your classroom. An answer key IS included Ideas for using these Task Cards in your Classroom • Solution Slap Divide the students into groups of 3-4 students. Give each group a full deck of cards. Have the students place the deck face down in the middle. Students take turns turning over the top card and placing it face up next to the deck of cards. When students see a solution with infinite or no solutions then they slap the card and say either “infinite solution” or “no solutions”. The other students in the group check the accuracy of their slap. If they are correct they collect all the cards in the face up pile. If they are wrong, they must put back all the cards that they have collected into the draw pile. You can set a time limit for the game, and the student that has collected the most amount of cards wins, or you can play until the draw pile of cards is depleted, and the student that has collected the most cards wins. • Exit Slips Have students draw one card from the deck of cards and have them write the equation and solve before leaving class. • Equation Re-write Hand out one card to each student. Have students write the equation on a piece of paper. Then, instruct the students that they have to change the right side of the equation without changing the left side of the equation two different times (so that they have three different equations). One equation should have an exact solution. One equation should have no solution, and one equation should have infinite solutions. Have the students finish by writing a few sentences of how they know that their equations have the correct amount of solutions. • Equation Race Divide the class into 3 – 4 groups. One student from each class comes to the board and draws a card. The students then race to solve their equation correctly on the board. The student that finishes first receives 3 points, 2nd place receive 2 points, and 3rd place receives 1 point. Continue for a set amount of time or until a teach reaches a set amount of points.
micsigaran
8 GCSE/IGCSE worksheets (with solutions)

8 GCSE/IGCSE worksheets (with solutions)

8 GCSE/IGCSE worksheets on the following topics: linear equations, quadratic equations, sets, percentages, fractions and decimals, mode, median and mean, quartiles and interquartile range, rationalising the denominator and ratios. Solutions are included. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com.cy/p/worksheet-shop.html
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Triangular Numbers Bundle

Triangular Numbers Bundle

A handy resource pack which includes 2 investigations on triangular numbers: 1 designed to introduce to pupils to the sequence (this resource links with properties of shape) and the other to help pupils understand the derivation of the formula for the nth term of the triangular numbers sequence (this resource links to finding the nth term of quadratic sequences, simplifying expressions and factorising). Also included is a revision sheet covering all the content of triangular numbers in the curriculum including the properties of the sequence, finding the nth term of it and worked examples of exam questions involving triangular numbers.
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KS3 and KS4 Triangular Numbers Revision Sheet

KS3 and KS4 Triangular Numbers Revision Sheet

This is a great revision source for KS3 and KS4 pupils on triangular numbers. The resource includes a definition and explanation, patterns which can be found in the sequence, how to find the nth term of the sequence and worked examples of exam questions involving triangular numbers. Depending on the ability of the class, you may wish to differentiate; the opening part of the resource is suitable for less able learners whilst the later part of the resource should stretch more able students. Other topics linked with this resource include finding the nth term of quadratic sequences, generating sequences and properties of numbers.
samcurran1
Children in Need - Solve the Crime!

Children in Need - Solve the Crime!

Students work to solve a crime based on the theme of Children in Need. Students must use their maths skills to break a number of codes to reveal clues to the identity of a thief who stole a schools fundraising for the Children in Need charity. To solve the clues students must use addition, division and algebra. Resource aimed at low ability Year 7 students who have been introduced to algebra including expanding brackets and finding the value of x. Addition and division tasks used to allow students to recap on previous learning in this area and develop further confidence in solving these problems.
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OCR Maths: Higher GCSE - Section Check In Test 7 Graphs of equations and functions

OCR Maths: Higher GCSE - Section Check In Test 7 Graphs of equations and functions

"A 20 question test on 'Graphs of equations and functions' in Higher GCSE Maths, comprising: 10 questions on procedural calculations; 5 questions on reasoning and communicating mathematically; and 5 problem solving questions. This resource is ideal for either formative or summative assessment and can be used in lesson time as a half term assessment, a homework or for revision. The topics covered correspond to the first three columns of subject content from section 1 of the OCR GCSE (9-1) Mathematics specification J560. 7.01 - Graphs of equations and functions: x- and y-coordinates; Graphs of equations and functions; Polynomial functions; Exponential functions; Trigonometric functions; Equations of circles 7.02 - Straight line graphs: Straight line graphs; Parallel and perpendicular lines 7.03 - Transformations of curves and their equations: Translations and reflections 7.04 - Interpreting graphs: Graphs of real-world contexts; Gradients; Areas Further details and other resource ideas can be found by visiting http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/gcse-mathematics-j560-from-2015/."
OCR_Maths
OCR Maths: Foundation GCSE - Section Check In Test 7 Graphs of equations and functions

OCR Maths: Foundation GCSE - Section Check In Test 7 Graphs of equations and functions

"A 20 question test on 'Graphs of equations and functions' in Foundation GCSE Maths, comprising: 10 questions on procedural calculations; 5 questions on reasoning and communicating mathematically; and 5 problem solving questions. This resource is ideal for either formative or summative assessment and can be used in lesson time as a half term assessment, a homework or for revision. The topics covered correspond to the first two columns of subject content from section 1 of the OCR GCSE (9-1) Mathematics specification J560. 7.01 - Graphs of equations and functions: x- and y-coordinates; Graphs of equations and functions; Polynomial functions 7.02 - Straight line graphs: Straight line graphs; Parallel and perpendicular lines 7.04 - Interpreting graphs: Graphs of real-world contexts; Gradients Further details and other resource ideas can be found by visiting http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/gcse-mathematics-j560-from-2015/."
OCR_Maths
OCR Maths: Higher GCSE - Section Check In Test 6 Algebra

OCR Maths: Higher GCSE - Section Check In Test 6 Algebra

"A 20 question test on 'Algebra' in Higher GCSE Maths, comprising: 10 questions on procedural calculations; 5 questions on reasoning and communicating mathematically; and 5 problem solving questions. This resource is ideal for either formative or summative assessment and can be used in lesson time as a half term assessment, a homework or for revision. The topics covered correspond to the first three columns of subject content from section 1 of the OCR GCSE (9-1) Mathematics specification J560. 6.01 - Algebraic expressions: Algebraic terminology and proofs; Collecting like terms in sums and differences of terms; Simplifying products and quotients; Multiplying out brackets; Factorising; Completing the square; Algebraic fractions 6.02 - Algebraic formulae: Formulate algebraic expressions; Substitute numerical values into formulae and expressions; Change the subject of a formula; Recall and use standard formulae; Use kinematics formulae 6.03 - Algebraic equations: Linear equations in one unknown; Quadratic equations; Simultaneous equations; Approximate solutions using a graph; Approximate solutions by iteration 6.04 - Algebraic inequalitites: Inequalities in one variable; Inequalities in two variables 6.05 - Language of functions: Functions 6.06 - Sequences: Generate terms of a sequence; Special sequences Further details and other resource ideas can be found by visiting http://www.ocr.org.uk/qualifications/gcse-mathematics-j560-from-2015/."
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