Nevil Hopley

## Gesamte Ressourcen(10)|TypUnterrichtsmaterialienOnline TrainingVideosLinksfunction elasticsubmit() { $('#type').val($('#type-clone').val()); document.getElementById("elastic-search").submit(); } Autor: Nevil Hopley

Fach:  STEM

Schlagwörter: E-Learning, Algebra, Modelling

Constructing a scale model of the Earth and Moon in a classroom. Autor: Nevil Hopley

Fach:  Mathematics

Schlagwörter: Electricity, Physics, STEM

We will show you how to construct simulations of experiments of chance. We shall use the minimum amount of code, aiming to use just the Calculator and Data & Statistics applications as much… Autor: Nevil Hopley

Fach:  Mathematics

This code simulates a test of association for any two-way contingency table and compares it to the appropriate Chi-Squared distribution. Autor: Nevil Hopley

Schlagwörter: Functions, Surface area, Pythagoras, Triangle, Cones, Trigonometry, Volume

Calculate and optimise the volume of a cone using a variety of measurements. (OS 3.x) Autor: Nevil Hopley

Use graphs and the nsolve(...) command to explore equations' solutions and discover properties of negative indices. Autor: Nevil Hopley

Schlagwörter: Linear, Quadratic, Powers and roots, Coordinate systems, Discriminant

Explore linear, quadratic and cubic functions, their graphs and their different algebraic representations. Autor: Nevil Hopley

Fach:  Mathematics

Schlagwörter: Circle theorems, Area

Supports the conceptual understanding of where the formula A=π*r² comes from. Autor: Nevil Hopley

Fach:  Mathematics

Schlagwörter: Patterns, Scattergraphs, Linear regression, Modelling

Use the TI-Nspire Handheld (either Numeric or CAS) to investigate and generalise results from numerical patterns. Autor: Nevil Hopley

Schlagwörter: Linear, Quadratic, Functions

Use an introduction to 3D graphs to reinforce understanding of 2D graphs. (Operating System 3.x) Autor: Nevil Hopley

Schlagwörter: Fractions, Decimals, Angles, History of maths, Trigonometry

Measuring angles using degrees and radians (both decimals and fractions of &#960;).