# Increasingly Difficult Questions

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#### Graphs of the form y = mx + c worksheets.

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Start with vertical and horizontal graphs and graphs of different steepness as a start, before moving on to plotting graphs with the same gradient but different y-intercept (discuss y = mx + c). Have pupils have a little more practice and use Ronaldo's Rockets as plenaries before moving on to reading graphs of the form y = mx + c.

#### The Reindeer Game

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Inspired by Mr. Collins' &'The Pirate Game&'; (http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/The-Pirate-Game-End-of-Term-Activity-6258063/), here is a rip-off themed for Christmas... The Reindeer Game. It's played in the same way, just different images and ideas.

#### Increasingly Difficult Questions - Angles in Triangles and Quadrilaterals

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The Increasingly Difficult Questions are making their way on to the TES! Low floor, high ceiling tasks with the opportunity for a variety of starting points and a high ceiling. Supporting Material (if applicable) allows for identification of areas for development and greater practise at these questions. Please leave a review if you like what you’ve downloaded.

#### Increasingly Difficult Questions - Equating Coefficients

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The Increasingly Difficult Questions are making their way on to the TES! Low floor, high ceiling tasks with the opportunity for a variety of starting points and a high ceiling. Supporting Material (if applicable) allows for identification of areas for development and greater practise at these questions. Please leave a review if you like what you’ve downloaded.

#### Increasingly Difficult Questions - Solving Quadratics by Factorising

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The Increasingly Difficult Questions are making their way on to the TES! Low floor, high ceiling tasks with the opportunity for a variety of starting points and a high ceiling. Supporting Material (if applicable) allows for identification of areas for development and greater practise at these questions. Please leave a review if you like what you’ve downloaded.

#### Increasingly Difficult Questions - Vectors

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The Increasingly Difficult Questions are making their way on to the TES! Low floor, high ceiling tasks with the opportunity for a variety of starting points and a high ceiling. Supporting Material (if applicable) allows for identification of areas for development and greater practise at these questions. Please leave a review if you like what you’ve downloaded.

#### Increasingly Difficult Questions - Angles in Parallel Lines

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The Increasingly Difficult Questions are making their way on to the TES! Low floor, high ceiling tasks with the opportunity for a variety of starting points and a high ceiling. Supporting Material (if applicable) allows for identification of areas for development and greater practise at these questions. Please leave a review if you like what you’ve downloaded.

#### Increasingly Difficult Questions - Area of a Circle

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The Increasingly Difficult Questions are making their way on to the TES! Low floor, high ceiling tasks with the opportunity for a variety of starting points and a high ceiling. Supporting Material (if applicable) allows for identification of areas for development and greater practise at these questions. Please leave a review if you like what you’ve downloaded.

#### Ratio Robberies

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Rubbish name, I know, but I was void of linguistic creativity when I made this. A ratio activity with an end point - practise your ratio skills to find out who serves the longest time in prison. (Re-uploaded 22/01/2013. Found an annoying grammatical error in the body of text!)

#### Transformations Worksheets

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A selection of transformations worksheets I have used over the last year with both KS3 and lower ability KS4.

#### Calculating The Length of a Line Segment

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A worksheet to allow pupils to practise finding the length of line segments using Pythagoras. The answers are: 1. a) 5, b) 14.21, c) 14.14, d) 8.06, e) 12.17, f) 7.07, g) 8.06, h) 10.05, i) 9.43, j) 15.03. 2. a) 5, b) 10, c) 13, d) 13.45, e) 5.

#### Increasingly Difficult Questions - Factorising Quadratics

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The Increasingly Difficult Questions are making their way on to the TES! Low floor, high ceiling tasks with the opportunity for a variety of starting points and a high ceiling. Supporting Material (if applicable) allows for identification of areas for development and greater practise at these questions. Please leave a review if you like what you’ve downloaded.

#### Increasingly Difficult Questions - Pythagoras/Pythagorean Theorem in 3D

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The Increasingly Difficult Questions are making their way on to the TES! Low floor, high ceiling tasks with the opportunity for a variety of starting points and a high ceiling. Supporting Material (if applicable) allows for identification of areas for development and greater practise at these questions. Please leave a review if you like what you’ve downloaded.

#### Increasingly Difficult Questions - Simplify Using Surds

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The Increasingly Difficult Questions are making their way on to the TES! Low floor, high ceiling tasks with the opportunity for a variety of starting points and a high ceiling. Supporting Material (if applicable) allows for identification of areas for development and greater practise at these questions. Please leave a review if you like what you’ve downloaded.

#### Increasingly Difficult Questions - Simplifying Algebraic Fractions

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The Increasingly Difficult Questions are making their way on to the TES! Low floor, high ceiling tasks with the opportunity for a variety of starting points and a high ceiling. Supporting Material (if applicable) allows for identification of areas for development and greater practise at these questions. Please leave a review if you like what you’ve downloaded.

#### Increasingly Difficult Questions - Extending Sequences

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The Increasingly Difficult Questions are making their way on to the TES! Low floor, high ceiling tasks with the opportunity for a variety of starting points and a high ceiling. Supporting Material (if applicable) allows for identification of areas for development and greater practise at these questions. Please leave a review if you like what you’ve downloaded.

#### Increasingly Difficult Questions - Speed, Distance, Time

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The Increasingly Difficult Questions are making their way on to the TES! Low floor, high ceiling tasks with the opportunity for a variety of starting points and a high ceiling. Supporting Material (if applicable) allows for identification of areas for development and greater practise at these questions. Please leave a review if you like what you’ve downloaded.

#### Increasingly Difficult Questions - Area

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The Increasingly Difficult Questions are making their way on to the TES! Low floor, high ceiling tasks with the opportunity for a variety of starting points and a high ceiling. Supporting Material (if applicable) allows for identification of areas for development and greater practise at these questions. Please leave a review if you like what you’ve downloaded.

#### Increasingly Difficult Questions - Similar Triangles

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The Increasingly Difficult Questions are making their way on to the TES! Low floor, high ceiling tasks with the opportunity for a variety of starting points and a high ceiling. Supporting Material (if applicable) allows for identification of areas for development and greater practise at these questions. Please leave a review if you like what you’ve downloaded.

#### Increasingly Difficult Questions - Volume

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The Increasingly Difficult Questions are making their way on to the TES! Low floor, high ceiling tasks with the opportunity for a variety of starting points and a high ceiling. Supporting Material (if applicable) allows for identification of areas for development and greater practise at these questions. Please leave a review if you like what you’ve downloaded.