The area of triangle PQR is 3√3 square centimetres. Angle PRQ is 60 degrees and RQ is 4 centimetres longer than PR.
Find the length of PQ.
Draw ΔPQR accurately.
Calculate all the angles in the triangle.
A sequence of activities in this guide takes you from familiar ideas about lines, then emphasises the ‘across’ and ‘up’ aspect of gradient to explain why the product of gradients of perpendicular lines is -1, then uses Pythagoras Theorem to produce the equations of circles and recaps on properties of perpendicular lines […]
Take a sheet of A4 paper. First fold the top left corner to meet the bottom edge and press the fold flat. Then fold the top right corner to meet the edge that you folded down.
Can you prove that the quadrilateral you have made is a kite?
Can you find the perimeter of the […]
The paper folding activities in this workshop guide provide experiences of discovering the properties of circles stated in seven basic theorems. Folding cut-out paper circles does not prove the theorems but it suggests recipes for the formal proofs. Teachers should do all the activities before using them in lessons even if they […]
a. Draw 2 circles with equal radii, intersecting at C, so that each goes through the centre of the other.
b. Draw a third circle of the same radius with centre C.
c. Draw 4 more circles with centres on the circle centre A and passing through A.
Accurately copy the following patterns and vary them to make your own designs.
Draw two base lines and mark the same number of points at equal distances along each line. Join […]
Draw a circle and mark 24 points equally spaced around the circumference. To do this, draw a circle and mark the centre, and mark your first point on […]
In these activities you will investigate the properties of prisms and pyramids. Full instructions are given as to how to roll scrap paper tightly around string to make paper sticks and tie the string together at the vertices to make ‘skeleton’ 3D polyhedra. There are activities for teachers to engage with together […]