Graphs and equations of 7 quadratic functions are given here.
Match them and put them into 7 sets. Write down the coordinates of the intercepts with the axes.
Make a poster showing the graph of each function with the matching equations.
In all these examples the coefficient of […]
The first player chooses a positive even number that is less than 50, and crosses it out on the 100 square grid.
The second player chooses a number to cross out. The number must be a factor or multiple of the previous number.
You might like to start by investigating the patterns you get when you shade multiples of a number on a grid. Download here
For the prime sieve investigation use a 100 square grid (download here):
Circle the number 2. Put a line through every multiple of 2 up to 100.
See the Inclusion and Home Learning Guide for related activities on the same topic for ages 4 to 18+.
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Is it possible to draw a 6-pointed star in the same way […]
How quickly can you find me?
The product of my digits is 225.
I am not a multiple of 5.
Am I a multiple of 13?
Am I real? Am I rational? Am I irrational?
Now divide me by 11. Is the answer real? […]
How many other cuboids with whole number dimensions have the same volume?
Do any of them have the same surface area?
Which has the biggest surface area? Which has the smallest?
How many have a square cross section?
How many rectangles can you make with perimeter 12 units?
What do you know about rectangles? What is the smallest rectangle that you can […]
Easy starter: Write down 2 numbers that add up to a million, one smaller than 450 000 and one bigger than 450 000.
What is the easiest way to work out which of the […]
What about the last digits of the powers of 3?
What patterns can you see in the last digits for the numbers in the picture?
Can you explain why all these numbers are multiples of 5?
What about […]