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  • Geometry. Right-angled triangle II. All versions

    Finding unknown sides/angles in right-angled triangles.  6 different combinations of unknowns are included in this single question. Makes my previous questions redundant

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  • Geometry. Right-angled triangle II. Version 1

    Finding unknown sides/angles in right-angled triangles.

    Version 1: b,c known

    Version 2: a,x known

    Version 3: a,y known

    Version 4: b,x known

    Version 5: b,a known

    Version 6: c,a known

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  • Julien's copy of Prove discontinuity of a function at a given point

    by Julien Ugon and 1 other

    A graphical approach to aiding students in writing down a formal proof of discontinuity of a function at a given point.

    Uses JSXgraph to sketch the graphs and involves some interaction/experimentation by students in finding appropriate intervals.

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  • Finding Derivative From a Graph

    by Joshua Calcutt and 1 other

    A graph is drawn. A student is to identify the derivative of this graph from four other graphs.

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  • Probability - Notation and Conversion between Percentages, Decimals and Fractions

    by Xiaodan Leng and 2 others

    Represent a given probability to a decimal, fraction or percentage.

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  • Differentiation: Derivative of a graph. I

    by Xiaodan Leng and 1 other

    A graph is drawn. A student is to identify the derivative of this graph from four other graphs. There are four version of this question: I: cubic, II: linear, III: quadratic, IV: sinusoisal.

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  • Differentiation: Derivative of a graph. II

    by Xiaodan Leng and 1 other

    A graph is drawn. A student is to identify the derivative of this graph from four other graphs. There are four version of this question: I: cubic, II: linear, III: quadratic, IV: sinusoisal.

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  • Differentiation: Derivative of a graph. III

    by Xiaodan Leng and 1 other

    A graph is drawn. A student is to identify the derivative of this graph from four other graphs. There are four version of this question: I: cubic, II: linear, III: quadratic, IV: sinusoisal.

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  • Differentiation: Derivative of a graph. IV

    by Xiaodan Leng and 1 other

    A graph is drawn. A student is to identify the derivative of this graph from four other graphs. There are four version of this question: I: cubic, II: linear, III: quadratic, IV: sinusoisal.

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