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Shared lesson activities for 'After the Race' from Joyce's Dubliners: Summary & Analysis
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AQA Decision 1 6.03 Bipartite Graphs: a second example
I work through a second example where two alternating paths need to be found.
AQA Statistics 1 4.00 The difference between Discrete and Continuous Data
AQA Core 2 4.03 Stretching a Graph
OCR MEI Statistics 1 4.06 An Example of using nPr
AQA Core 3 6.02 Differentiation: The Chain Rule
I introduce the Chain Rule for Differentiation.
AQA Decision 1 6.02 Bipartite Graphs and the Alternating Path Algorithm
I introduce the alternating path algorithm to find a complete matching for a bipartite graph.
AQA Statistics 1 3.09 Finding the Mean and Variance of a Binomial Distribution
AQA Core 2 4.02 Reflecting a Graph
OCR MEI Core 4 2.18 Parametric Equations: A Tricky Exam-Style Question
AQA Core 3 6.01b Key Derivatives you MUST know 2
I work through what happens when you differentiate y=e^(kx), y=sin(kx) etc.
AQA Decision 1 6.01 Introducing Bipartite Graphs and Adjacency Matrices
I introduce the concept of bipartite graphs and how these can be represented using an adjacency matrix.
AQA Core 2 4.01 Translating a Graph
AQA Core 3 6.01a Key Derivatives you MUST know
I work through the derivatives of y=x^n, y=e^x, y=ln(x), y=sin(x), y=cos(x) and y=tan(x).
AQA Decision 1 5.03 Dijkstra's Algorithm: a third example
I work through a third example of using Dijkstra's algorithm.
AQA Statistics 1 3.07b P(more than 1 but less than 5) and other examples
OCR MEI Core 4 2.16 An Example of Parametric Differentiation
AQA Core 2 3.05 Using the Laws of Logarithms to Simplify
AQA Core 3 5.05c Solving a Trigonometric Equation involving a Quadratic
I work through a problem involving a quadratic trigonometric equation that uses the quadratic formula.
AQA Decision 1 5.02 Dijkstra's Algorithm: a second example
I work through a second example of using Dijkstra's algorithm.
OCR MEI Statistics 1 4.03 Permutations and Combinations - what's the difference?
AQA Core 2 3.04 Solving an Equation using Logarithms
AQA Core 3 5.05b Solving a Trigonometric Equation 2
I solve a trigonometric equation involving cot^2.
OCR MEI Statistics 1 4.02 A Password with 6 letters: How many arrangements?
OCR MEI Core 4 2.15a Differentiating with Parametric Equations the Wrong Way
AQA Core 2 3.03 The Laws of Logarithms
AQA Core 4 3.03 A Second Example of using Binomial Expansion
AQA Core 3 5.05a Solving a Trigonometric Equation
I solve a basic trigonometric equation: sec(x)=2.
OCR MEI Core 3 2.14 Order of Transformations Example
AQA Statistics 1 3.04 Introducing the Binomial Distribution
AQA Decision 1 4.03a Prim's Algorithm from a Matrix
I show how Prim's algorithm can be used on a matrix.
OCR MEI Core 3 2.13 Investigating the Order of Graph Transformations
AQA Core 4 3.02 An Example of using Binomial Expansion
AQA Core 2 2013 January Q7 Exponential Graphs and Logarithms
AQA Statistics 1 3.03 Probability of getting exactly 2 Sixes out of 9 rolls of a die
AQA Core 2 3.01 Sketching Exponential Functions such as y=2^x and y=3^x
AQA Decision 1 4.02b Prim's Algorithm: a second example
I work through a second example of using Prim's algorithm.
AQA Core 3 5.03 The Trigonometric Identities
I revise the two trig identities from Core 2 and introduce two more for Core 3 involving Cosec, Sec and Cot.
OCR MEI Core 3 2.12 Building an Even Periodic Function
AQA Core 4 3.01 Reintroducing and Expanding Binomial Expansion
AQA Core 2 2013 January Q6 Arithmetic & Geometric Sequences and Series
OCR MEI Statistics 1 3.09 Introducing the Variance, Var(X)
AQA Statistics 1 3.02 Probability of getting exactly 6 Heads out of 8 coin flips
OCR MEI Core 4 2.12 Write down a Pair of Parametric Equations for 4x^2 + 16y^2 = 1
AQA Core 2 2.10 Using the Trapezium Rule Example 3 - Overestimate or Underestimate?
AQA Core 3 5.02 Introducing and sketching Cosec, Sec and Cot
I introduce three new trigonometric functions (Cosec, Sec and Cot) and go about sketching them.
OCR MEI Statistics 1 3.08 Skewed Data: Positive, Negative or Symmetric, which is it?
AQA Statistics 1 3.01 Pascal's Triangle and Binostat Arcade Machines
OCR MEI Core 4 2.11 Using Trigonometric Identities to Find a Cartesian Equation
AQA Core 2 2.09 Using the Trapezium Rule Example 2 - Overestimate or Underestimate?
OCR MEI Core 3 2.10 An Example of a Function that is not Even or Odd
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