Algebra and Functions 2
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ALGEBRAIC DIVISION
Algebraic division 1 (mathsnet.net)
Division of polynomial by e.g. x+2
Division of polynomial by e.g. x+2
The Factor Theorem 1 to 3 (mathsnet.net)
Examples of the f(4) notation and factor theorem
Factor Theorem Exam Question 1 (mathsnet.net)
Use the factor theorem to show (x+n) is a factor and factorise
Factor Theorem Exam Question 2 (mathsnet.net)
Use the factor theorem to show (x+n) is a factor and factorise
Factor Theorem Exam Question 3 (mathsnet.net)
Use the factor theorem to show (x+n) is a factor and factorise
GEOMETRIC SERIES
Introduction to Geometric Series (mathsnet.net)
Examples of geometric series to discuss
Proof by moving the method into the correct order
Pupils to cut out and put into the correct order
Geometric Series Powerpoint Starter
GS starter identifying a and r
Sum to Infinity of a Convergent Geometric Series
Worksheet for pupils to identify conditions for a convergent or divergent geometric series and find the new formula
Examples showing the steps needed to sum a series
Geometric Series Exam Questions (mathsnet.net)
10 exam questions. Use the more on this topic arrow to navigate through the pages.
Formulae for AS and GS (mathsnet.net)
Match the important formulae needed for Arithmetic and Geometric Series
Factorial notation (mathsnet.net)
Understanding factorial notation
Worksheet to understand links between expansion of (1+x)^n, factorials and nCr notation
Understanding the expansion of (1+x)n by using Pascals Triangle or nCr notation
Binomial Expansion of (a+b)^n (mathsnet.net)
Understanding the expansion of (a+b)n by using Pascals Triangle or nCr notation
10 exam questions. Use the more on this topic arrow to navigate through the pages.
TRIGONOMETRY
Links the unit circle to the graphs of sin, cos and tan
Area of a triangle
Powerpoint starter for area of a triangle
Trig relationships in right angled traingles
Worksheet investigating the link between sin cos and tan for 30, 45 and 60 degrees
Solve Trigonometric Graphs
Worksheet matching exercise to match up 2 equivalent equations with a solution.
Basic introduction to definitions of radians and simple examples
Match degrees to radians
Match the degrees to radians with answers as fractional parts of pi
LOGARITHMS
Logs cards
Use your calculator to work out the answer then try to explain the connection between the 3 numbers
Use your calculators to decide if the answers are true or false then work out the laws of logs
Use the laws of logs in this domino game