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  • WordProblem01_NL

    by Picture of Paul Verheyen Paul Verheyen and 3 others

    Translation to Dutch of 

    "Given a description in words of the costs of some items in terms of an unknown cost, write down an expression for the total cost of a selection of items. Then simplify the expression, and finally evaluate it at a given point.

    The word problem is about the costs of sweets in a sweet shop."

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    Last modified 28/09/2019 18:14

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    Transition to university

  • Moment of a Force: using the definition of a moment

    Calculate the moment of a force about three points using the definition of a Moment.  All forces and points are in the same plane.

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  • Paul 's copy of Max and Min 5

    $I$ compact interval. $\displaystyle g: I \rightarrow I, g(x)=\frac{ax}{x^2+b^2}$. Find stationary points and local maxima, minima. Using limits, has $g$ a global max, min? 

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  • Moment of a force about a point

    Determine the moment of a force about a point by using $M= F d_\perp$ or $M = F_\perp d$.

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  • Number of roots and stationary points of a graph

    by Thomas Waters and 1 other

    A graph (of a cubic) is given. The question is to determine the number of roots and number of stationary points the graph has. Non-calculator. Advice is given.

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  • Thomas's copy of Nick's copy of Differentiation, graphs: Number of roots and stationary points of a graph

    by Thomas Waters and 1 other

    A graph (of a cubic) is given. The question is to determine the number of roots and number of stationary points the graph has. Non-calculator. Advice is given.

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  • Functions and Critical Points

    by Picture of Andrew Iskauskas Andrew Iskauskas and 1 other

    Uses JSXGraph to generate a plot for a cubic, with given critical points, along with three other incorrect graphs with modified properties. JSXGraph code is commented.

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    Last modified 06/09/2019 00:00

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  • Functions and Critical Points

    Uses JSXGraph to generate a plot for a cubic, with given critical points, along with three other incorrect graphs with modified properties. JSXGraph code is commented.

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    Last modified 28/08/2019 16:05

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  • Adelle's copy of Create an algebraic expression from a word problem, simplify, and evaluate

    by Adelle Colbourn and 2 others

    Given a description in words of the costs of some items in terms of an unknown cost, write down an expression for the total cost of a selection of items. Then simplify the expression, and finally evaluate it at a given point.

    The word problem is about the costs of sweets in a sweet shop.

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    Last modified 27/08/2019 00:09

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  • Adelle's copy of Straight line equation application: measuring sunflower height

    by Adelle Colbourn and 4 others

    An applied example of the use of two points on a graph to develop a straight line function, then use the t estimate and predict. MCQ's are also used to develop student understanding of the uses of gradient and intercepts as well as the limitations of prediction.

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