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• #### JD's copy of Finding the full factorisation of a polynomial, using the Factor Theorem and long division

Use a given factor of a polynomial to find the full factorisation of the polynomial through long division.

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• #### JD's copy of Finding the missing value of a constant in a polynomial, using the Factor Theorem

Given a factor of a cubic polynomial, factorise it fully by first dividing by the given factor, then factorising the remaining quadratic.

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• #### JD's copy of Use the factor theorem to identify factors of a polynomial

Apply the factor theorem to check which of a list of linear polynomials are factors of another polynomial.

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• #### JD's copy of Function graph 1

Given a graph of some line or curve - the student is asked about the nature of the map and whether it constitutes a function.

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• #### JD's copy of Chain rule - power of a quadratic,

Differentiate $\displaystyle (ax^m+bx^2+c)^{n}$.

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• #### JD's copy of Differentiation: Product rule

Differentiate $f(x) = x^m(a x+b)^n$.

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• #### JD's copy of Completing the square

Rearrange expressions in the form $ax^2+bx+c$ to $a(x+b)^2+c$.

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• #### JD's copy of Polynomial Graph 1

This uses an embedded Geogebra graph of a cubic polynomial with random coefficients set by NUMBAS.  Student has to decide what kind of map it represents and whether an inverse function exists.

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• #### JD's copy of Polynomial Graph 2

This uses an embedded Geogebra graph of a cubic polynomial with random coefficients set by NUMBAS.  Student has to decide what kind of map it represents and whether an inverse function exists.

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• #### JD's copy of Simple Harmonic Motion Graph

This uses an embedded Geogebra SHM graph with coefficients set by NUMBAS.

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