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Welcome. Enjoy using my maths resources!! Any reviews will be much appreciated.

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Welcome. Enjoy using my maths resources!! Any reviews will be much appreciated.

#### Algebra Higher: Expanding more than two brackets (Presentation)

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I have created this presentation about expanding more than two brackets so that students can begin to understand the breath and depth of Algebra. The presentation includes many examples, questions, a challenge question and an introduction to Pascal’s triangle. Please feel free to review my resource. Hope this helps, A_Maths.

#### (Formula sheet) ‘Cool Shapes’: Area of 2D shapes

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‘Cool Shapes’: Area of 2D shapes Keywords: Geometry: Area, formulas, (shapes: Square, Rectangle, Triangle, Parallelogram, Trapezium and Circle), exam revision. I’ve created this poster/hand-out so that students can have the formulas for the area of shapes on a single sheet. This should allow students to learn them more easily: students could pin the poster on their wall at home so that they can view the formulas every day. Please, also, check out my other resource: (Formula Sheet) ‘Cool Shapes’: Volume &amp; Surface Area of 3D shapes Reviews will be MUCH appreciated. Hope this helps, A_Maths.

#### (Formula Sheet) ‘Cool Shapes’: Volume & Surface Area of 3D shapes

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Keywords. Geometry: Volume &amp; Surface Area, formulas, (shapes: Cube, Cuboid, Triangular Prisms, Trapezoid, Cylinder, Cone, Rectangular Pyramid, Sphere and Frustum), exam revision. I’ve created this poster/hand-out so that students can have a summary of the formulas for volumes and surface area of 3D shapes. This should allow students to learn them more easily: students could pin the two page poster on their wall at home so that they can view the formulas every day. Please NOTE: To calculate the slant heights for some of the 3D shapes requires the use of Pythagoras. I have not included this on the poster so do remind the students of this. Thank you. Please check out my other resource on area of shapes called: (Formula sheet) ‘Cool Shapes’: Area of 2D shapes Reviews will be MUCH appreciated. Hope this helps, A_Maths.

#### Algebra Higher: Max and Min points via Completing the Square (Presentation)

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This presentation develops students' understanding of Completing the Square and links it to sketching quadratic graphs and finding maximum and minimum points. Knowing how to Complete the Square is a prerequisite for this presentation. I have included examples, questions with answers, application of the knowledge and a challenge for the ambitious students. Please feel free to review my resource. Hope this helps, A_Maths.

#### Sequences: Linear & Quadratic, nth term (presentation)

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In this presentation, I aim to demonstrate how to calculate nth terms of linear and quadratic sequences by giving a couple of examples. There are also questions for students to have ago at (answers are included). Also, I show a second method for obtaining the nth term of a quadratic sequence. In addition, I give practical examples of how linear and quadratic sequences relate to business. I demonstrate the calculation for the nth term of the Triangular Sequence. Please feel free to review my resource. Hope this helps, A_Maths.

#### Triangular, Square and Cube numbers & quadratic sequence posters

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I display the special sequences of the Triangular numbers, Square numbers &amp; Cube numbers. Also, shows how to obtain the nth term of the triangular numbers. Please feel free to review my resource. Hope this helps, A_Maths.

#### Congruent and Similar posters

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In resource, I summaries the key concepts of congruent and similar triangles. I aim to cover the key points as visually as possible so that students can consolidate their understanding on these two topics. Please feel free to review my resource. Hope this helps, A_Maths.

#### ‘Maths Cycle’: Board game (fun & interactive)

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I have created this board game to make revising for maths more fun for students. The four key areas of focus are: Numbers, Algebra, Geometry and Handling Data. All the rules of the game are included. Preparation work is needed to create the questions and answers for each topic. The game works best with a facilitator. All the additional resources you may like to use are also included. If you have any questions or feedback please comment below. Enjoy! Hope this helps, A_Maths.

#### Completing the Square poster

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I explain, geometrically and algebraically, how Completing the Square works. This allows students to appreciate the method, once they understand where the method comes from. Please feel free to review my resource. Hope this helps, A_Maths.

#### Cosine rule, proof. Poster and presentation. (Simplifying proofs series)

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Displays how to achieve the Cosine rule by using Pythagoras and trigonometry. Students will apply their knowledge of trigonometry and Pythagoras, as well as, use problem solving skills. In turn, making them appreciate how maths topics are linked together. There is also a PowerPoint to go with it. Please feel free to review my resource. Hope this helps, A_Maths.

#### (Graphs) Quadratic graphs & features

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Describes the characteristics of quadratic graphs. Includes y=ax^2+bx+c with both u shaped and n shaped graphs. Also, provides a table of values for students to plot the graphs themselves. Please feel free to review my resource. Hope this helps, A_Maths.

#### (Graphs) Inverse and exponential graphs & features

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Describes the characteristics of exponential graphs and the inverse graph. Includes growth and decay graphs. Please feel free to review my resource. Hope this helps, A_Maths.

#### Surface Area & Volume of a Frustum (Simplifying proofs series)

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This is a challenging proof, so I have taken a step by step approach at proving, both, the volume and surface area of a frustum. The proof requires a variety of topics in Geometry. High ability students will enjoy the challenge and should be able to make progress after some guidance. Please feel free to review my resource. Hope this helps, A_Maths.

#### 'Fab Fractions' examples: Simplifying, Mixed to Top-Heavy, Fraction Add, Subtract, Multiply & Divide

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Keywords: Numbers, Fractions, Simplifying, Mixed to Top-Heavy, Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, Division, exam revision and quick review. I’ve created this resource to allow students to recap fractions briefly and quickly as part of their revision: this can, then, lead on to further questions and revision of more challenging questions. If you liked this resource, then check out my upload on quadratics: ‘Quick Quadratics’ examples: Expanding, Factorising &amp; Solving. Algebra. Hope this helps, A_Maths. PS. Feedback, suggestions and reviews will be appreciated.

#### Angles in a triangle poster

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In this resource, my aim is to explain ‘why do angles in triangles and in interior angles add up to 180 degrees?’ as clearly as possible. The poster is intended for students so that they can begin asking questions outside the ‘box’, and to answer/understand them mathematically. Reviews will be much appreciated. Hope this helps, A_Maths. Keywords: Angles, Triangles, proving.

#### (Formula) Pythagoras,Trigonometry basic & higher posters

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I aim to visualize the important formulas in Trigonometry and Pythagoras. The resource can be used by students to help their revision. Please feel free to review my resource. Hope this helps, A_Maths.

#### 15 Linear Simultaneous Equations (Presentation)

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This resource can be used to consolidate student's knowledge on solving linear simultaneous equations. Includes 15 questions. The answers are in a step by step approach. Both elimination and substitution method are shown for each question. If you have any questions or feedback (much appreciated) please comment below. Hope this helps, A_Maths

#### Differentiation by first principle examples, poster

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I display how differentiation works from first principle. I give examples on basic functions so that their graphs provide a visual aid. Ideal for in-depth understanding. Please feel free to review my resource. Hope this helps, A_Maths.