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simple methods for all types of maths and all levels/ages. Ordered methods for long decision chains. Beginning maths made clearer by relating to life subjects.

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simple methods for all types of maths and all levels/ages. Ordered methods for long decision chains. Beginning maths made clearer by relating to life subjects.

#### Sequences

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View in Slideshow, Years 8,9,10 and middle group 11 Finding the nth term or formula for sequences based on powers 1 and 2 (square) Explain to students that the position number becomes the n in the formula.

#### Angles in a Circle

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Powerpoint: view in slideshow. Clear graphics explain and demonstrate the geometry of angles/triangles in a circle. Includes Quadrilaterals, tangents &amp; alternate segment theorem. Useful for GCSE or revision for A level students.

#### Slideshow to discover adding or subtracting tens or multiples of Ten

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View in Slideshow . Builds a table of integers for students to identify and use patterns to improve the fluidity of their calculations. Useful for year one to four OR possible cases of Dyscalculia at any age PRINT table for slow students to use in class.

#### Bearings: angles from compass North Line.

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Powerpoint: view in slideshow. Demonstrates navigating by drawing angles clockwise from a North line. Applications of triangles and parallel lines. Compass points often produce opportunities for use of pythagorus and trigonometry.

#### Multiplication ( with decimals)

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Powerpoint: view in slideshow. Details multiplying the units and tens separately. Moving the zero for the tens. Leading to multiplying decimals by ignoring the decimal points until the answer.