Here is a 25 question worksheet on solving equations. Equations involving fractions, and calculating multiple steps are included.
Worked answers to every question are provided.
Suitable for mathematics students in Stage 5 and Stage 6 (NSW).
Driving topic includes speed, reaction distance and fuel consumption type questions. There are 17 question in this worksheet.
Fully worked answers are provided.
Suitable for Stage 6 students doing mathematics (NSW).
Here are 5 of my algebra for Stage five (year 9 or 10) worksheets, both questions and answers.
Each sheet should take a student between half an hour to an hour (approximately). Great for revision, tutoring or homework, theses worksheets cover the topics of algebraic terms, fractions and expressions as well as indices.
This is a pictorial information sheet to help show the effect Le Chatelier’s principle has on equilibrium with temperature, concentration and pressure.
For the current HSC syllabus, this is relevant for the second module: The Acidic Environment; and relates specifically to the following syllabus dot point:
Define Le Chatelier’s principle
Identify which factors can affect equilibrium in a reversible reaction
A worksheet on the addition and subtraction of decimals, up to 3 dp. There are 46 questions, 23 on addition and 23 on subtraction, decorated with a bit of Christmas fun.
Worked answers are included for every question.
Suitable for Stage 4 mathematics students (NSW).
Includes a 4 and a half minute teaching video on the addition and subtraction of decimals. (The link to the video is in the worksheet.)
An introductory trigonometry worksheet covering:
Labelling right-angled triangles (O,H,A)
Labelling right-angled triangles (A,B,C,a,b,c)
Sin, cos, tan notation
Similar triangles (ratio use)
Calculating approximations (sin, cos, tan, angles)
There are 11 question sets.
Answers are included for every question.
Suitable for Stage 5 mathematics students (NSW), doing the 5.1 coursework.
A basic trigonometry worksheet for those learning to use the sin, cos, and tan ratios to find the length of an unknown side (15Q) or the degrees of an unknown angle (10Q).
Each question comprises a diagram of a triangle with all the relevant information.
Fully worked answers to all questions are included.