Issue #75 - MathsLinks Newsletter - resources for maths teachers
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Learning at home
A single page of resources for learning at home. 'Getting started', 'Explore', 'Learning and practice' supported with 'Grid and graph paper', 'Maths help' and 'Extras'.
Two new games that students can play at home. I'm endeavouring to take some traditional classroom dice games and take them online with guidance and feedback.
Make 100 with two dice and the four operations.

Sum to 12 with one dice.

Ben Sparks explains (and codes) the so-called SIR Model being used to predict the spread of cornavirus (COVID-19).
The first video of a series about linear algebra. Very good narration and animation. Suitable for introducing the vector concept to a high-school class.

NSW Stage 6
Course work booklets for the new Advanced and Extension 1 (2019) courses in NSW.
16 March 2020: MA-T3/C2/3/4 Calculus with trigonometric functions added
8 March 2020: MA-C2/3/4 Exponential and logarithmic functions added
19 February 2020: MA-C4 Integral calculus added

Course work booklets for the new Extension 1 (2019) course in NSW.
7 March 2020: ME-P1 / MEX-P2 Mathematical Induction updated
19 February 2020: ME-F1 Further functions updated

A HSC Mathematics Extension 2 texbook featuring graded questions, exam style questions, fully worked solutions and plenty of diagrams to explain theoretical work more thoroughly. Also, 1000 Extension 2 Revision Questions. Both free downloads.

This 3D shapes resource pack includes four worksheets that will test your pupil's knowledge of the properties of 3D shapes.
Every four years, during a leap year, the imperfect match between the length of a calendar year and Earth's orbit result in an interesting calendar adjustment known as a leap day.

Students complete each branch per line. For students to progress their factor tree, click 'check' on RHS to ensure the line is correct before progression to subsequent branches of the factor tree until it is complete.

Students need a break from textbook questions? This is a simple, student friendly, interactive activity. Students are randomly assigned numbers and asked to choose prime or composite. A tally of questions completed (including number right and wrong) and time limit in which they have completed.

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