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Teach Further Maths

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'Teach Further Maths' is a suite of Maths PowerPoint presentations for Teachers and Students of Further Mathematics A Level, AS Level or equivalent. 68 high quality, fully animated colour further maths PowerPoint presentations, consisting of over 3000 slides - a comprehensive teaching resource. PowerPoints covering all of the major topics from the syllabi - Polar Coordinates, Matrices, Differential Equations etc...) Complete further maths A level lessons ready to deliver

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'Teach Further Maths' is a suite of Maths PowerPoint presentations for Teachers and Students of Further Mathematics A Level, AS Level or equivalent. 68 high quality, fully animated colour further maths PowerPoint presentations, consisting of over 3000 slides - a comprehensive teaching resource. PowerPoints covering all of the major topics from the syllabi - Polar Coordinates, Matrices, Differential Equations etc...) Complete further maths A level lessons ready to deliver
Matrix Solution of Simultaneous Equations 1 (A-Level Further Maths)
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Matrix Solution of Simultaneous Equations 1 (A-Level Further Maths)

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A ‘Teach Further Maths’ Resource 24 Slides To be able to solve linear simultaneous equations by finding the inverse of a matrix. To appreciate that the determinant can be used to determine the existence (or not) of a unique solution for a system of linear simultaneous equations.
Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors
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Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors

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A 'Teach Further Maths' Resource 54 Slides To understand what is meant by ‘eigenvalues’ and ‘eigenvectors’. To understand how to find the ‘characteristic equation’. To be able to find eigenvalues and eigenvectors for given 2x2 and 3x3 matrices. Understand what is meant by the terms ‘normalised eigenvectors’, ‘orthogonal eigenvectors’ and ‘orthogonal matrices’. To be able to show that a given matrix is orthogonal.
The Mean Value Theorem
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The Mean Value Theorem

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A ‘Teach Further Maths’ Resource To understand and use the Mean Value Theorem for integration. To understand the term ‘Root Mean Square Value’ and know how to calculate it for certain functions. (37 Slides)
Trig. Ratios of Any Angle
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Trig. Ratios of Any Angle

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An excellent resource that shows alternative approaches to solving simple trig. ratio problems. Each problem is solved using (i) the CAST diagram (ii) a graphical approach (iii) a quick method. The PowerPoint begins with an explanation of how the CAST diagram works. These slides are aimed at the more inquisitive student and are not compulsory.
Complex Numbers 2
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Complex Numbers 2

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A 'Teach Further Maths' Resource 55 slides Lesson Objectives: To understand what is meant by an Argand Diagram. To understand what is meant by the Modulus and Argument of a complex number. To be able to divide one complex number by another complex number. To solve equations using Real and Imaginary parts. To understand what is meant by Modulus-Argument form. To multiply and divide complex numbers written in modulus-argument form.
DeMoivre's Theorem and Applications 1 (A-Level Further Maths)
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DeMoivre's Theorem and Applications 1 (A-Level Further Maths)

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A ‘Teach Further Maths’ Resource 43 Slides To recall how to multiply and divide complex numbers in Modulus-Argument form. To understand DeMoivre’s Theorem. To use DeMoivre’s Theorem to find powers of complex numbers. To use DeMoivre’s Theorem to establish trigonometric identities.
Further Vectors 4 (A-Level Further Maths)
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Further Vectors 4 (A-Level Further Maths)

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A 'Teach Further Maths Resource: 55 Slides To be able to find angle between a line and a plane To be able to find angle between 2 planes. To be able to find the equation of the line of intersection of 2 planes.
Solving Linear Equations using Algebra Tiles
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Solving Linear Equations using Algebra Tiles

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I wrote this for those pupils who have difficulty with the traditional methods of solving linear equations, and it has gone down rather well so far. I found that some pupils didn't even need to use a set of algebra tiles. They were happy to simply visualise what was happening in the PowerPoint presentation whilst solving their equations. I hope it works for you.
Polar Coordinates 2
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Polar Coordinates 2

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A 'Teach Further Maths' Resource 73 slides To be able to convert Polar form to Cartesian form. To be able to convert Cartesian form to Polar form. To use integration to find areas bound by Polar curves. To be able to find equations of tangents at the pole. To be able to find equations of tangents parallel (or perpendicular) to the initial line.
Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors (A-Level Further Maths)
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Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors (A-Level Further Maths)

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A ‘Teach Further Maths’ Resource 54 Slides To understand what is meant by ‘eigenvalues’ and ‘eigenvectors’. To understand how to find the ‘characteristic equation’. To be able to find eigenvalues and eigenvectors for given 2x2 and 3x3 matrices. Understand what is meant by the terms ‘normalised eigenvectors’, ‘orthogonal eigenvectors’ and ‘orthogonal matrices’. To be able to show that a given matrix is orthogonal.
Hyperbolic Functions
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Hyperbolic Functions

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A 'Teach Further Maths' Resource 31 Slides To understand what is meant by hyperbolic functions. To be able to sketch graphs of hyperbolic functions. To be able to establish hyperbolic identities. To understand Osborn’s Rule.
The Mean Value Theorem (A-Level Further Maths)
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The Mean Value Theorem (A-Level Further Maths)

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A ‘Teach Further Maths’ Resource To understand and use the Mean Value Theorem for integration. To understand the term ‘Root Mean Square Value’ and know how to calculate it for certain functions. (37 Slides)
Volumes of Revolution
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Volumes of Revolution

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A ‘Teach Further Maths’ Resource To be able to derive the formulae for volumes of revolution about the coordinates axes To be able to calculate volumes of revolution about the coordinates axes. To be able to calculate more complicated volumes of revolution about the coordinates axes. (69 Slides)
Matrix Solution of Simultaneous Equations 2
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Matrix Solution of Simultaneous Equations 2

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A ‘Teach Further Maths’ Resource: 50 Slides To be able to interpret geometrically the solution (and failure of solution) of 3 simultaneous linear equations: Students should be able to interpret, on analysis of the 3 equations, whether the 3 planes meet in a point meet in a line (forming a sheaf) form a prism are all parallel are such that 2 of the 3 planes are parallel. Students should be familiar with the terms ‘dependent‘, ‘consistent’ and ‘inconsistent’.
DeMoivre's Theorem and Applications 2 (A-Level Further Maths)
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DeMoivre's Theorem and Applications 2 (A-Level Further Maths)

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A ‘Teach Further Maths’ Resource 57 Slides To find the cube roots of unity. To illustrate these cube roots on an Argand Diagram. To solve problems relating to the cube roots of unity. To find the nth roots of unity. To illustrate these nth roots on an Argand Diagram. To find the nth roots of any number.
Complex Numbers 1
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Complex Numbers 1

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A 'Teach Further Maths' Resource 37 slides Lesson Objectives: To understand what is meant by an ‘imaginary number’. To be able to calculate with powers of i. To understand what is meant by a ‘complex number’. To be able to solve any quadratic equation. To know the condition for a quadratic equation to have complex conjugate solutions. To understand what is meant by an ‘Argand Diagram’. To be able to perform simple arithmetic with complex numbers. To be able to equate real and imaginary parts to solve some problems involving complex numbers.
Finding the Centre of Rotation for 90 Degree Rotations
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Finding the Centre of Rotation for 90 Degree Rotations

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Pupils often find it difficult to visualise the centre of rotation for 90 degree rotations. So instead of the trial and error approach that they often employ, try this instead. I wrote this short PowerPoint presentation to demonstrate how it works. There are 3 examples and it finally makes use of the often redundant set square! Do let me know how it goes. Thanks Paul