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The Calculator Guide is a growing number of resources to help students and teachers learn how to get the most from their calculator.

#### Solve, Then Factorise 2 and 3

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Get Two Further Tasks For Solve, Then Factorise Solve, Then Factorise 2 AND Solve, Then Factorise 3 24 New Questions To Build Student’s Confidence With Solving and Factorising Quadratic Equations, with the support of their calculator. Solve a quadratic equation using the polynomial solver on the Casio Classwiz fx-991 EX, then use the solution to find the factors and factorise the quadratic equation. A unique take on an essential skill! Designed specifically for the Casio Classwiz fx-991EX or equivalent. This resource requires a calculator with a polynomial solver to be completed. Instruction for the Casio Classwiz have been included. Solutions included.

#### Casio Calculator Tarsia 1

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Which Casio calculator buttons produce which results? Students to to match the KeyLog of button presses to the result the calculator will give. As such, it is obviously better to try this without a calculator first, then check with a calculator.

#### Solve, Then Factorise 1

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Designed specifically for the Casio Classwiz fx-991EX or equivalent. This resource requires a calculator with a polynomial solver to be completed. Solve a quadratic equation using the polynomial solver on the Casio Classwiz fx-991 EX, then use the solution to find the factors and factorise the quadratic equation. Then check by expanding and simplifying to get back to the original equation. This is the free Solve, Then Factorise 1 task. Additional Premium Solve then Factorise Tasks are Available Here on TES. Instruction for the Casio Classwiz have been included. Solutions included.

#### Transformation of x²

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Transformation of X Squared Students must use the information provided on the transformed graphs to describe the transformation of x squared. Th answer should be given in completed square form where appropriate. May be a suitable bridging activity from GCSE to A-Level Maths.

#### Equivalent Representations 1

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All the numbers in each row of the table are different representations of the same value. The student needs to complete the missing parts of the table with the equivalent representation. Requires the student to: Practice using specific buttons on the calculator to change between different representations of the same value. Student is required to use their rounding skills, especially for the percentage column, as this must be given to three significant figures.