What does this information tell you about the graphs of the 5 functions
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Look at the picture where 7 copies of the bull’s head fit together without any spaces between them. Imagine this pattern extending to infinity. This is called a tessellation or wallpaper pattern. There are only 17 ways that shapes can be repeated to fill the plane.
How could I make graph 2 from graph 1? Can you work out the equation of graph 2?
Graph 3 has equation y=sin2x. […]
Describe 3D objects that could have made these shadows. There is more than one answer for each shadow.
Can you draw different shadows that could be made by the same objects?
What sort of shadows […]
Can you find a way to fold a sheet of paper so that you can cut out the tangram pieces accurately […]
Investigate what happens if you reflect the blue flag in Mirror 1, then reflect that image in Mirror 2.
Do you get the same results for the red flag if you reflect it first in Mirror 2 then reflect that image in Mirror 1?
You might like to copy the […]
Look carefully at the numbers in the 4 by 4 square.
What do you notice?
Add up the rows. Add up the columns. Add up the diagonals.
The square is magic.
Look carefully at the patterns when you find numbers adding up to 17.
Which rectangles are exactly the same (congruent)?
Which rectangles are similar?
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(1) Plot the graphs of the straight lines y = x, y = 1.1x – 0.2
and y = 0.9x – 0.1
What do the graphs tell you about the solutions to the two pairs of simultaneous equations y = x y = 1.1x – 0.2 and y = x y = 0.9x – 0.1 […]