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Video Solutions – 2020 QCAA Mathematical Methods – Paper 2 – Technology Active – Section 1 – Multiple ChoiceNEW 

This video presents solutions to questions 1 to 10 in Section 1 of the QCAA 2020 Mathematical Methods external assessment – Paper 2 – Technology Active – Multiple Choice. Our best effort has been made to provide effective mathematical approaches …

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Video Solutions – 2020 QCAA Mathematical Methods – Paper 2 – Technology Active – Section 2 – Q11-15 – Short ResponseNEW 

This video presents solutions to questions 11 to 15 in Section 2 of the QCAA 2020 Mathematical Methods external assessment – Paper 2 – Technology Active – Short Response. Our best effort has been made to provide effective mathematical approaches …

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Video Solutions – 2020 QCAA Mathematical Methods – Paper 2 – Technology Active – Section 2 – Q16-20 – Short ResponseNEW 

This video presents solutions to questions 16 to 20 in Section 2 of the QCAA 2020 Mathematical Methods external assessment – Paper 2 – Technology Active – Short Response. Our best effort has been made to provide effective mathematical approaches …

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Simplex & The Science Of Burger MakingNEW 

The simplex algorithm, sometimes dubbed the world’s most powerful, sits at the heart of linear programming. Classically the subject of tertiary-level study, Dantzig’s simplex algorithm can be used to solve important problems like how to make a ‘better’ burger patty. …


DOGBALL 2.0 – A Study of Bounce – Part 1

Dogball is an enigma. The bouncy toy exterior hides a rich yet accessible modelling task within; a delicious intersection of maths and science, a potential PSMT/Folio task for Stage 1 Mathematical Methods featuring low floor, high ceiling and room for …


DOGBALL 2.0 – A Study of Bounce – Part 2 (Solution)

Below is a video outlining a solution answering the questions posed in the resource “Dogball 2.0 – A Study of Bounce – Part 1“. It is not intended to be the best or only way to answer these questions. It …


As Big As Can Be

The introductory videos introduce students to a complete unit of work, a study of quadratic functions. The unit starts with a geometric optimisation problem (paper folding) that prompts students to ask the question “is that as big as can be?” …


CG514 Finding x and y values using a graph

This short video shows how to determine a function’s x and y values from its graph, using the Graph app of a CASIO fx-CG series graphics calculator. CG20 AU and CG50 AU versions presented.

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CG515 Changing a graph’s View Window

This short video shows how to change a graph’s View Window, using the Graph app of a CASIO fx-CG series graphics calculator, and discusses some of the advantages and disadvantages of different View Window settings. CG20 AU and CG50 AU versions are presented.

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Working with nested radicals – Explore and Think – with the fx-CG20 AU

In this Explore and Think activity students work with surds in different and fruitful ways. The idea of nested radicals leads students from the evaluation of some funny-looking surd expressions through to the making of conjectures. These conjectures can be proved via the solution of a quadratic equation.
EAT activities include student worksheets accompanied by solutions/teacher notes that feature step-by-step support for the use of the CASIO fx-CG20 AU.

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