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  • Equilibrium of a rigid body: Car on a hill

    Classic problem of a vehicleparked on an incline.  Best solved by rotating the coordinate system.

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  • Equivalent force-couple system

    Replace three tangential forces with an equivalent force-couple system acting at the center of a circle.

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  • Find the zeros of the given quadratic function.

    Students will analyze a graph of a quadratic function to identify the x-intercepts (or Roots, or Zeros).

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  • Find the vertex of a quadratic equation from a graph

    Students will locate and write the ordered pair for the vertex of a quadratic function from a graph.

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  • Write the equation of the quadratic function graphed below.

    Students will analyze the graph of a quadratic function, and then write the equation in either Standard Form or Vertex Form.

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    Key Stage 4 / GCSE, A-Level, Transition to university, National 4 & 5, Higher

  • Implicit differentiation 2 (Basic)

    by JPO AddMath and 1 other

    Implicit differentiation question with customised feedback to catch some common errors.

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  • Implicit differentiation 1 (Basic)

    by JPO AddMath and 1 other

    Implicit differentiation question with customised feedback to catch some common errors.

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  • Melissa's copy of Integration: Definite Integration

    by Melissa Heath and 2 others

    Evaluate $\int_0^{\,m}e^{ax}\;dx$, $\int_0^{p}\frac{1}{bx+d}\;dx,\;\int_0^{\pi/2} \sin(qx) \;dx$. 

    No solutions given in Advice to parts a and c.

    Tolerance of 0.001 in answers to parts a and b. Perhaps should indicate to the student that a tolerance is set. The feedback on submitting an incorrect answer within the tolerance says that the answer is correct - perhaps there should be a different feedback in this case if possible for all such questions with tolerances.

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  • Jo-Ann's copy of Area under a curve by integration

    by Jo-Ann Lyons and 2 others

    Find roots and the area under a curve

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  • Jo-Ann's copy of Integration by parts - logarithm

    by Jo-Ann Lyons and 1 other

    Find $\displaystyle \int (ax)\ln(cx)\; dx $

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