David J C Elgin

United Kingdom

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Author: David J C Elgin

Tags: Fractions, Percentages, Area

An activity to help students think about and appreciate simple fractions.

Author: David J C Elgin

Tags: Fractions, Area

Assistance to understand fractions.

Author: David J C Elgin

Tags: Polynomial Division

A set of exam level questions with solutions.

Author: David J C Elgin

Higher maths exam level questions on quadratic theory.

Author: David J C Elgin

Tags: Trigonometry

Higher maths exam level questions on trigonometry

Author: David J C Elgin

Tags: Pythagoras

Circles are stacked. How high is the top point above the ground?

Author: David J C Elgin

Tags: Prisms

Calculating the volume of buildings in the form of prisms

Author: David J C Elgin

Tags: Differentiation

A set of exam level questions in differentiation.

Author: David J C Elgin

Tags: Integration

Exam level questions on the topic of integration

Author: David J C Elgin

Tags: Functions

Exam level questions for Higher Maths on the topic of Functions

Author: David J C Elgin

Tags: Area, Surface area, Volume

The volume of a number of different prisms are found in this unit.

Author: David J C Elgin

Tags: Area, Trigonometry

The areas of quadrilaterals, n sided shapes and regular polygons are found using the trig area formula.

Author: David J C Elgin

Tags: Area, Percentages

Students are expected to work out the cost of carpeting a room using different carpet kinds and adding VAT to the bill.

Author: David J C Elgin

Tags: Recurrence relations

A recurrence relation is used to solve a pollution proble.

Author: David J C Elgin

Tags: Pythagoras, Trigonometry

Trig problems in right angled triangles are solved.

Author: David J C Elgin

Topic:  Mathematics

Tags: Pythagoras, Velocity

What is the quickest route from Start to Finish across two types of ground where different speeds are possible?

Author: David J C Elgin

Topic:  Mathematics

Tags: Patterns

Using recurrence relations to look at pollution in a small loch