Issue #40 - MathsLinks Newsletter - resources for maths teachers
Student booklet - M1.2 Perimeter, area and volume
This is a student booklet for the Mathematics Standard topic M1.2 Perimeter, area and volume.

This version of the booklet was written with reference to the Cambridge General textbooks. Edit for your own textbook.

This activity partly covers the Stage 3 syllabus content “Key figures and events that led to Australia's Federation, including British and American influences on Australia's system of law and government.“

We hear about calories all the time: How many calories are in this cookie? How many are burned by doing 100 jumping jacks, or long-distance running, or fidgeting? But what is a calorie, really? And how many of them do we actually need? This video explains how a few different factors should go into determining the recommended amount for each person.
[See also Kilojoules on the menu]
An investigation of Catalan's Conjecture.

2³ and 3² are two powers of natural numbers whose values (8 and 9, respectively) are consecutive (3² − 2³ = 1). The theorem states that this is the only case of two consecutive powers.

"The information and resources contained in this guide provide a platform for teachers and educators to consider how to effectively embed important ideas around reconciliation, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and contributions, within the specific subject/learning area of Mathematics. "

Contains ideas for integration and also links to other useful resources.

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