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Students learn how to form and solve quadratic equations from geometry problems. Problems include finding the a...

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Students learn how to solve quadratic identities by completing the square and equating terms. As learning progre...

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In this mathematics lesson students learn how to solve quadratics in the form ax2 + bx + c = 0 through factorisa...

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Students learn to solve quadratic equations by factorising quadratic equations when the coefficient of x2 is one...

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In this mathematics lesson students learn how to sketch quadratics by identifying the y intercept, roots and tur...

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In the development phase the teacher is provided with several examples to demonstrate solving equations using th...

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To solve a quadratic and linear equation simultaneously students first review the elimination method for two lin...

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The method of Completing the Square is introduced through recognising a need to solve a quadratic when it can no...

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January 14, 2018

Schemes of Work for Maths Teachers As a Head of Maths I understand the importance of a detailed, flexible and simple scheme of work. I designed the Key Stage 3 and GCSE schemes of work for maths teachers available at mr-mathematics.com to be just that. They are fully aligned with the current specifications and are […]

December 19, 2017

Solving Problems with Non-Right-Angled Triangles Solving problems with non-right-angled triangles involves multiple areas of mathematics ranging from complex formulae to angles in a triangle and on a straight line. As the GCSE mathematics curriculum increasingly challenges students to solve multiple step problems it is important for students to understand how to prove, apply and link […]

October 22, 2017

When factorising algebraic expressions with powers students often struggle to identify the highest common factor when it involves an algebraic term. For example, factorising 3h + 12 as 3(h + 4) is attempted correctly much more often than factorising 3h2 + 12h as 3h(h + 4). In this lesson students learn how to identify the […]