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I am now a retired teacher having taught for over 40 years in the UK at secondary level. I wanted to share my love of Mathematics and teaching by providing a good set of resources which will more than cover all your needs for as many topics as I can and at good value for money. I am trying to cover many topics from foundation level GCSE up to grade 9 at higher level in a way that is interesting and relevant. I hope you like my style !

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I am now a retired teacher having taught for over 40 years in the UK at secondary level. I wanted to share my love of Mathematics and teaching by providing a good set of resources which will more than cover all your needs for as many topics as I can and at good value for money. I am trying to cover many topics from foundation level GCSE up to grade 9 at higher level in a way that is interesting and relevant. I hope you like my style !
Sampling and Sampling Methods - Notes for teachers and students with Questions
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Sampling and Sampling Methods - Notes for teachers and students with Questions

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I have taught Statistics from GCSE level all the way up to Undergraduate level and have files of notes and questions that I have accumulated over the years and recently was asked to post my notes on Sampling as many students don’t get the finer points and most textbooks don’t cover them either. So here they are - I don’t think that the telephone directory is relevant so much to todays methods but have left it in for completeness. Hope that you find them useful.
The Cosine Rule - 26 Questions with Answers
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The Cosine Rule - 26 Questions with Answers

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This is three PDFs with 26 questions on the Cosine Rule - nothing exceptional simply ‘here’s a triangle, find…’ Sheet 1 is 10 questions on calculating missing sides, Sheet 2 is 10 questions on calculating missing angles, Sheet 3 is 6 questions using surds at level 9 Great for homeworks or revision this is a great resource Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you. Answers are included
12 Miscellaneous Questions on the Sine and Cosine Rule - Answers Included
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12 Miscellaneous Questions on the Sine and Cosine Rule - Answers Included

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A one off worksheet with 12 questions on calculating sides and angles within a triangle using the Sine and Cosine rules The aim for this set of questions was for students to decide which rule to apply and how to apply it - it has always proven useful for either revision or an end of topic homework. Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you Answers are included.
The Sine Rule - 20 Questions with answers
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The Sine Rule - 20 Questions with answers

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20 Questions on two worksheets on the Sine rule. First sheet is 10 questions on finding sides and second sheet is 10 questions on finding angles. These are straightforward questions - no worded questions just here is a triangle !! Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work, thank you. Answers are included.
Co-ordinate Geometry For 'A' level with answers
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Co-ordinate Geometry For 'A' level with answers

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This is a great PDF on one sheet consisting of 12 detailed questions. The questions involve: Distance between two points, Mid-points, Perpendicular lines. I have avoided using the equation of a circle - that is for a later worksheet. It is a very thorough worksheet and ideal for end of topic recap or revision. Answers are included Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you.
Straight Lines for 'A' level - with answers
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Straight Lines for 'A' level - with answers

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This PDF consists of around 50 questions over 2 pages on everything that you need on straight line graphs. Questions include: Finding the equation of a line, Points of intersection, Mid-points, Lengths of lines, Perpendicular and parallel, and problem solving. I aimed this as an end of topic set of questions or a revision sheet. Answers are included Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work. - Thank You.
The Equation Of A Circle For 'A' Level - 30 Questions With Answers
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The Equation Of A Circle For 'A' Level - 30 Questions With Answers

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This is a PDF covering the Equation Of a Circle at ‘A’ Level. It covers everything needed to teach, learn and revise this topic. Nothing is assumed above GCSE standard and the focus is the actual equation itself, finding it, using it, expanding it etc. I have avoided complex questions on tangents and normals - saving that for another worksheet. Answers are Included Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you
Using Indices - over 100 questions + Answers
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Using Indices - over 100 questions + Answers

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Aimed, primarily at Key Stage 4, this resource covers all you will need in the way of indices questions all the way up to GCSE higher level. Set out as four questions with 26 parts to each - there are 104 questions here! Q1) - 26 questions focusing only the rules of indices using only positive powers. Q2) - 26 questions focusing on positive and fractional indices Q3) - 26 questions focusing on zero and negative powers. Q4) - 26 harder questions including algebraic approaches. It is a very well presented topic over two pages - ideal for classwork / homework / revision. Answers are included Please leave feedback - particularly if you like my work.
Integration Using Partial Fractions - Over 20 Questions With Answers
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Integration Using Partial Fractions - Over 20 Questions With Answers

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This worksheet is a revision lesson on Integration with partial fractions, there are over 20 questions covering everything required on the recent syllabus. linear factors repeated factors top heavy fractions definite and indefinite integrals. I have given the same questions in two different formats: Integration Using Partial Fractions (1) has the fractions already split into partial fractions for those who wish to use it as integration using Logs, Integration Using Partial Fractions (2) requires the student to split into partial fractions first. (1) and (2) have the same questions in a different format - and therefore the same answers. Please leave feedback, particularly If you like my work - thank you Answers are included.
Differential Equations for 'A' Level - over 30 questions with answers
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Differential Equations for 'A' Level - over 30 questions with answers

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This worksheet covers everything you need to revise differential equations. On two pages, this pdf has over 30 questions on variable seperable differential equations, Q1 - has 16 questions which need to be rearranged before integrating, I have included trig, exponential, logs, partial fractions and standards here ! Q2 - just a few parts here where initial conditions are given so that the constant of integration will need to be calculated and simplified. Q3 - 10 are more like examination questions and have more than one part. Answers have been checked several times and numbers used have been manipulated to make interesting questions. Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you. Answers are included.
Sine, Cos and Tan of any Angle for 'A' Level - 40 Questions with Answers
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Sine, Cos and Tan of any Angle for 'A' Level - 40 Questions with Answers

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This PDF is a worksheet on the introductory steps of the Trig graphs or CAST diagram for transformed graphs at ‘A’ level. There are around 40 questions with various domains. I have used this for teaching, homework, recapping and revision - it is a very thorough worksheet and will definitely meet all your needs. I hope you find it useful. Answers are included. Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you.
Probability Laws Fact Sheet
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Probability Laws Fact Sheet

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This is a factsheet which puts all the probability laws on one page for you - I find these factsheets useful and use them often. I also sell a set of questions to go with this factsheet which I highly recommend to you. I hope you find this useful.
The Probability Laws for 'A' Level - With answers
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The Probability Laws for 'A' Level - With answers

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I always thought this was a topic that textbooks cover poorly and so I wrote this set of questions a few years ago and have used them regularly ever since. Covering all the laws, including Addition law, Multiplication law, exhaustive and independent events and conditional probability too - but only the algebraic approach. This is a topic that many students find difficult and so I have included a factsheet too (also available free) I hope you find it as useful as I do. Answers are included Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you.
Identify The Graph - 42 Graphs - With Answers!!!!
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Identify The Graph - 42 Graphs - With Answers!!!!

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Aimed at the higher level GCSE pupl, this is a phenomenal set of graphs in two formats: Students are shown 42 different graphs and have to work out the equation of the graph using roots and intercepts. I have used this Powerpoint for years and students always find it useful. Graphs include: Straight Lines Quadratics Cubics Power curves Square roots Reciprocals Trigonometrical and even one Quartic. You can, of course, rearrange the slides and take some of the more difficult questions out if you wish. It is an excellent exercise or starter. I have included the Powerpoint and the same 42 graphs on a PDF for tutors and revision. These took a tremendous amount of work and are absolutely priceless. Answers are included Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you
Sketching Polynomials - 26 Questions with Answers
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Sketching Polynomials - 26 Questions with Answers

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One of the first topics to teach at ‘A’ level. I introduce the idea of asymptotes, double/triple roots and inflexion through this worksheet. 26 Questions - too many ! I use some for examples, some for classwork, some for homework and some are always left over for either revision or extra work for remedial study. Hope you find it useful - please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you. Answers are included.
Integration Using Logarithms - 20 Questions With Answers
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Integration Using Logarithms - 20 Questions With Answers

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This is a useful set of questions that every ‘A’ level student should be aware of. Although they can all be integrated by substitution, every student should be aware that f’(x)/f(x) integrates to give ln(fx) - and I always taught this as a sideline to the method of substitution - this crops up on exam papers every year without fail and students should be able to recognise it immediately. I have written 20 questions to practice this and all have answers - of the form that I would expect my students to give. I hope you find it useful. Please give feedback. particularly if you like my work - thank you. Answers are provided.
Circles and Tangents for 'A' Level - With Answers
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Circles and Tangents for 'A' Level - With Answers

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This is a very thorough worksheet covering all that is needed for top grade students on the theory of Circles and tangents. Some of these questions are difficult for the average ‘A’ level student these days but all serve as excellent examples and the theory covered has both breadth and depth. two pages of work here - with answers ( which I have kept as neat as possible) This took a tremendous amount of work, so I hope it is of use to someone. Answers are included. Please leave feedback, particularly if you like my work - thank you.
Factors, Multiples and Primes
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Factors, Multiples and Primes

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This is all that you will need from the introduction of factors, multiples and primes all the way to GCSE level questions about the applications of HCF and LCM.