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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 of spheres and hemispheres

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Powerpoint presentation with 8 slides explaining how to calculate the volume of spheres and hemispheres including compound 3D shapes. For more resources, visit our website www.mathssupport.org

#### Volume of pyramids and cones.

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Powerpoint presentation with 9 slides explaining how to calculate the volume of 3-D shapes where there is not a cross-section, like pyramids and cones. For more resources, visit our website www.mathssupport.org

#### Volume of prisms and cylinders

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Powerpoint presentation with 12 slides explaining how to calculate the volume of 3-D shapes with a cross-section, like cuboids, prisms, and cylinders. For more resources, visit our website 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

#### KS3 – Scale drawings and map ratios

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Power Point presentation, 8 slides, Explaining with examples how to use scales to draw real-life elements and how to calculate distances from maps using the map ratios, based on KS3 National curriculum. For more resources, visit our website www.mathssupport.org

#### KS3 – Transformations, Enlargement

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PowerPoint presentation, 13 slides, Explaining with examples how to enlarge a shape from the centre of enlargement and using an integer scale factor, based on KS3 National curriculum. For more resources, visit our website www.mathssupport.org

#### Area of 2D shapes

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Powerpoint presentation with 16 slides explaining how to calculate the area of 2D shapes, polygons, circles, sectors, and compound shapes. Based on the IGCSE International Mathematics Extended curriculum. For more resources visit our website: www.mathssupport.org

#### Perimeter of 2D shapes

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Powerpoint presentation with 14 slides explaining how to calculate the perimeter of 2D shapes, polygons, circles, sectors, and compound shapes. Based on IGCSE International Mathematics Syllabus. For more resources visit our website: www.mathssupport.org

#### Angles in a triangle

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Power Point presentation, 9 slides, starting with an activity for the students to discover how much the angles in a triangle add up to, including some examples calculating angles in triangles, based on KS3 National curriculum. For more resources, visit our website www.mathssupport.org

#### Converting metric units

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Power point presentation with 20 slides explaining what are the basic metric units of length, area, volume, capacity and mass and how to make conversion; also the connection between volume and capacity. For more resources, visit our website www.mathssupport.org

#### Timetables, charts and money

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PowerPoint presentation, 9 slides, Explaining Explaining how to use timetables for journeys, mileage charts, bank statements and also how to decide for the best deal. For more resources visit our website www.mathssupport.org

#### Adding and subtracting mixed numbers

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PowerPoint presentation, 6 slides, Explaining how to add and subtract mixed numbers. For more resources, visit our website www.mathssupport.org

#### Mixed numbers

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PowerPoint presentation, 8 slides, Explaining what are mixed numbers and how to convert mixed number to improper fractions and from improper fractions to mixed numbers. For more resources, visit our website www.mathssupport.org

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PowerPoint presentation, 11 slides, Explaining with examples how to add and subtract fractions with the same denominator and with different denominators. More resources www.mathssupport.org

#### Equivalent fractions

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PowerPoint presentation, 15 slides, Explaining with examples what equivalent fractions are and how to find an equivalent fraction. More resources www.mathssupport.org

#### Solving problems with simultaneous equations

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PowerPoint presentation, 11 slides, explaining how to solve problems by constructing linear simultaneous equations and solving them. For more resources visit our website www.mathssupport.org

#### Solving simultaneous equations by elimination

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PowerPoint presentation, 14 slides, explaining how to solve linear simultaneous equations by eliminating one variable by adding or subtracting the equations. For more resources visit our website www.mathssupport.org

#### Solving simultaneous equations by substitution

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PowerPoint presentation, 12 slides, explaining how to solve linear simultaneous equations by substituting one equation into the other. For more resources visit our website www.mathssupport.org

#### Solving simultaneous equations by equating values of y

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PowerPoint presentation, 11 slides, explaining how to solve linear simultaneous equations by equating expressions of y. For more resources, visit our website www.mathssupport.org