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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
Volume and surface area of Pyramid, cone, sphere and hemisphere
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Volume and surface area of Pyramid, cone, sphere and hemisphere

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Power Point presentation, 23 slides, Explaining how to calculate volume and surface area of 3D shapes: Pyramid, cone, sphere and hemisphere, based on IB Mathematics: Analysis and approaches, Standard level Syllabus. It is included an exercise worksheet along with the answers that can be used as class work or homework. For more resources www.mathssupport.net
Solving system of linear equations with three unknowns
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Solving system of linear equations with three unknowns

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Power Point presentation, 7 slides, Explaining how to solve system of equations with two or three unknowns, using the methods of substitutions, elimination and the Gaussian elimination Method, based on IB Mathematics: Analysis and approaches, Higher Level Syllabus. More resources www.mathssupport.org
The factor and remainder theorems
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The factor and remainder theorems

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Power Point presentation, 17 slides, Explaining what are the remainder theorem and the factor theorem and how use them to factorise polynomials, based on IB Mathematics: Analysis and approaches, Higher Level Syllabus. More resources www.mathssupport.org
Conjugate root theorem, sum and product of polynomial roots
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Conjugate root theorem, sum and product of polynomial roots

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Power Point presentation, 16 slides, explaining the Fundamental theorem of algebra, the conjugate root theorem, and the sum and product of polynomial roots, demonstrating that for a given polynomial that has a complex zero z, then its conjugate z* is also a zero of the polynomial, based on IB Mathematics: Analysis and approaches, Higher Level Syllabus. More resources www.mathssupport.org
Intersecting vectors
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Intersecting vectors

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Power Point presentation, 6 slides, Explaining how to find the coordinates of the point of intersection of two vector, also how to show that two vector are intersecting or are skew, based on IB Mathematics: Analysis and approaches, Higher Level Syllabus. More resources www.mathssupport.org
Gradient and y-intercept of a straight line
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Gradient and y-intercept of a straight line

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Power Point presentation, 13 slides, Explaining with examples how to calculate the gradient of a line and to identify the y-intercept, based on IB Mathematics: Analysis and approaches, Standard Level Syllabus. More resources www.mathssupport.org
Solving trigonometric equations using the unit circle
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Solving trigonometric equations using the unit circle

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Power Point presentation, 7 slides, Explaining how to use the unit circle to find the solutions of a trigonometric equation given an interval, based on IB Mathematics, Standard level Syllabus. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1i5Wer2nWQKUdJTGK7FJ7k1ybnd04R1CL/view?usp=sharing If you want to find more resources, visit our website www.mathssupport.net
The cosine rule
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The cosine rule

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Power Point presentation, 7 slides, Explaining how to use the cosine rule to calculate a missing side or missing angles in a non-right angled triangle, based on IB Mathematics: Analysis and approaches, Standard Level Syllabus. More resources www.mathssupport.org
Differentiation, Quotient rule
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Differentiation, Quotient rule

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Power Point presentation, 8 slides, Explaining how to use the Quotient Rule to differentiate quotients of functions, based on IB Mathematics: Analysis and approaches Standard Level Syllabus. For more resources: www.mathssupport.org
Chain rule for differentiation
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Chain rule for differentiation

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Power Point presentation, 9 slides, Explaining how to use the Chain Rule to differentiate composite functions, based on IB Mathematics: Analysis and approaches, Standard Level Syllabus. For more resources: www.mathssupport.org
Methods of division - KS3
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Methods of division - KS3

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A zip file including a PowerPoint presentation, 11 slides, Explaining how to divide using the following methods: Long division, Short division, Chunking method, Grid method, and Lattice method , based on KS3 National Curriculum. It includes a Worksheet for practising in class and a Homework sheet. If you want to find more resources, visit our website www.mathssupport.org
Quadratic graphs from tables of values
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Quadratic graphs from tables of values

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PowerPoint presentation, 15 slides, Explaining with examples how to create a table of values to find and plot points to draw the graph of a quadratic equation. It includes a worksheet along with its answer-sheet. MOre resources www.mathssupport.org
Measuring and drawing angles
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Measuring and drawing angles

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PowerPoint presentation, 14 slides, explaining how to use the 180 protractor to measure angles, and how to use it to draw acute, obtuse and reflex angles. For more resources visit our website https://www.mathssupport.org
Distance between two points in a 3-D space and their mid-point
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Distance between two points in a 3-D space and their mid-point

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Power Point presentation, 16 slides, Explaining with examples how to calculate the distance between any two points knowing their coordinates; also how to calculate their midpoint either in a 2-D plane or in a 3-D space , based on IB Mathematics: Analysis and approaches, Standard Level Syllabus. More resources www.mathssupport.org
GCSE Maths: Shear transformation lesson.
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GCSE Maths: Shear transformation lesson.

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Power point presentation explaining how to shear a shape, knowing the shear factor and the invariant line. Keywords: shear, invariant line, transformation. You can find more resources like this one, Visit our website www.mathssupport.org
Inverse Normal calculations
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Inverse Normal calculations

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Power Point presentation, 28 slides, Explaining how to use the GDC if you are given the percentage area under the curve, i.e. the probability or the proportion, and you are asked to find the value corresponding to it, from normal distributions, based on IB Mathematical Studies Syllabus. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8z00qLZV7OlR01ob2hENDIzX2s/view?usp=sharing
Binomial distribution
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Binomial distribution

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Power Point presentation, 18 slides, Explaining how to use the GDC to calculate probabilities from binomial distributions, based on IB Mathematical Standard Level Syllabus. For a preview of the power point click the link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8z00qLZV7OldUNwRGhzMzV2Qlk/view?usp=sharing