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I am a Mathematics teacher, 22 years experience in KS3, IGCSE and IB Diploma, Studies, Standard Level and Higher Level. You will find many resources for different levels

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I am a Mathematics teacher, 22 years experience in KS3, IGCSE and IB Diploma, Studies, Standard Level and Higher Level. You will find many resources for different levels

#### Factorising the difference of two squares

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Power Point presentation, 8 slides, Explaining with examples how to factorise the difference of two squares, based on IGCSE Extended level Syllabus. More resources www.mathssupport.org

#### Integration by substitution

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PowerPoint presentation, 11 slides, Explaining how to integrate composite functions using the method of substitution. Based on the Analysis and Approaches IB Mathematics Higher l

#### The definition of the vector product of two vectors

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Power Point presentation, 6 slides, Explaining how to perform the cross vector or vector product between two vectors, based on IB Mathematics: Analysis and approaches, Higher Level Syllabus. More resources www.mathssupport.org

#### Perfect square expansion

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PowerPoint presentation, 8 slides, Explaining with examples how to expand a binomial squared and obtain the perfect square trinomial. More resources www.mathssupport.org

#### Expanding the difference of two squares

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PowerPoint presentation, 11 slides, Explaining with examples how to expand brackets that end up with the difference of two squares. More resources www.mathssupport.org

#### Surface area of cylinders, cones and spheres

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Powerpoint presentation with 18 slides explaining how to calculate the surface area of 3-D shapes with curved faces, like cylinders, cones, and spheres. For more resources, visit our website www.mathssupport.org

#### Surface area of prisms and pyramids

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Powerpoint presentation with 15 slides explaining how to calculate the surface area of 3-D shapes with polygonal flat faces, like cubes, cuboids, prisms, and pyramids. For more resources, visit our website www.mathssupport.org