# MathMantis' Shop

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A worksheet where students can develop fluency with factorising each type of quadratic, starting with basic monic quadratics and progressing up to quadratics with negative terms and three factors. I’ve embedded some intelligent practice (similar questions with subtle variations) to help promote discussion and deeper understanding. Over 100 quadratics to factorise and solutions provided. If you’ve found these useful and want to support me in making more resources, please consider heading over to https://www.buymeacoffee.com/mathmantis Updates: 6/7/22 - Corrected question 6i on the monic section to x^2-22x+121 Corrected question 1d on the non-monic section to 2x^2+15x+28

#### Crossmatrix #1

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Introducing a crossword for matrices! Solve clues to identify the elements of the matrices and enter them into the grid. The challenge is to completely fill the grid, but you must figure out what order to answer the clues in. Prerequisite knowledge: Invariant lines; lines of invariant points; the basics of vectors; matrix multiplication; matrices representing transformations; the determinant, inverse and transpose of a matrix; and calculations with matrices. If you want more like this, let me know @MathMantis or by leaving a review. This took a long time to put together. If you want to support me, please consider heading over to https://www.buymeacoffee.com/mathmantis

#### Circle Theorems - Uno Cards

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Which Circle Theorems can be applied to the diagram? Use the cards to play a game of Uno, a group challenge against others in the class or if you prefer a calmer atmosphere get students to find the longest chain of cards. This resource is designed to help students identify when to use circle theorems as well as recalling the circle theorem statements. It also comes with an answer grid for easy assessment. Feedback appreciated - @MathMantis

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A worksheet designed specifically to merge Circle Theorems with a range of other topics such as: equations; similarity; bounds and sequences to name a few. 19 Questions and fully worked solutions. If you found this resource useful and want to see more, please consider heading over to https://www.buymeacoffee.com/mathmantis

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A worksheet designed specifically to merge Percentages with a range of other topics such as: algebraic fractions; averages; cumulative frequency; and Pythagoras’ Theorem to name a few. 22 Questions and fully worked solutions. If you found this resource useful and want to see more, please consider heading over to https://www.buymeacoffee.com/mathmantis

#### Angle Chase #1 - Radians

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Find all the angles in the diagram, using only radians. The diagram is to scale, so that students can make connections between the values and the size of angles. Solutions on the second page. Works well as an angle fact recall task, but for added impact forbid any use of degrees during the task. For example, students should say “the angles in the triangle add up to pi radians”. From experience, this activity usually lasts about 20 minutes.