This resource, provided by Mathematics in Education and Industry, offers an overview of pre-university qualifications and describes major developments in mathematics. Since there are a considerable number of pre-higher education qualifications in mathematics…

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This engineering resource, produced by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI) for the Royal Academy of Engineering, asks the question: how are transmissions designed so that they provide the force, speed and direction required, and how efficient…

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This engineering resource, produced by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI) for the Royal Academy of Engineering, asks the question: how can production outcome data from a manufacturing process be analysed to optimise the process? Students…

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This engineering resource, produced by Mathematic in Education and Industry (MEI) for the Royal Academy of Engineering, asks the question: how can you predict future power requirements? Students are required to complete a table by substituting values…

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This engineering resource, produced by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI) for the Royal Academy of Engineering, asks the question: how can the most efficient design be determined, taking both building and running costs into account? The introduction…

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This engineering resource, produced by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI) for the Royal Academy of Engineering, asks the question: how can you calculate the energy used, or made available, when the volume of a gas is changed? A bicycle pump,…

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This engineering resource, produced by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI) for the Royal Academy of Engineering, asks the question: how can a camera, mounted on a helicopter, be used to track the location of a ground-based object? A number…

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From the Integrating Mathematical Problem Solving project by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI), this activity for post-16 students demonstrates that if a link is suspected between a risk factor and an illness, statistical methods can be used…

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From the Integrating Mathematical Problem Solving project by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI), this activity for post-16 students shows that correlation can be used to measure the strength of a linear relationship. Statistical Inference…

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From the Integrating Mathematical Problem Solving project by MEI, this series of activities explores how mechanical oscillations are important in many areas of everyday life. Sometimes they are useful, for example the motion of the suspension on a car,…

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From the Integrating Mathematical Problem Solving project by Mathematics for Education and Industry (MEI), this activity for post-16 students demonstrates that coffee cools gradually because it is hotter than room temperature and heat is lost to the room.…

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From the Integrating Mathematical Problem Solving project by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI), this activity for post-16 students demonstrates that the efficiency of a river can be measured using the hydraulic radius; this depends on the cross-sectional…

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From the Integrating Mathematical Problem Solving project by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI), this activity for post-16 students demonstrates that the acidity of a solution depends on the number of hydrogen ions per litre; the number of hydrogen…

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From the Integrating Mathematical Problem Solving project by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI), this activity shows that derivatives can help to manage risk. The market in derivatives has grown enormously in recent years. On average, speculators…

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From the Integrating Mathematical Problem Solving project by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI), this activity shows that it is not possible to be certain what the market will do next. The mathematical ideas covered are: • Time series…

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From the Integrating Mathematical Problem Solving project by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI), this activity shows that income is not equally distributed among all the inhabitants of a country. This can be shown visually using a graph and also…

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From the Integrating Mathematical Problem Solving project by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI), this activity shows how changing the assumptions which a model is based on can change the way it behaves. It is important to compare predictions…

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From the Integrating Mathematical Problem Solving project by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI), this activity shows how, when introducing a new way of doing things, it is useful to model how it is likely to work. When comparing the value of…

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From the Integrating Mathematical Problem Solving project by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI), this activity for post-16 students shows how regular sampling of a variety of prices is used to get a measure of inflation. There is more than one…

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From the Integrating Mathematical Problem Solving project by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI), this activity shows how changing the price of a product changes the demand so putting the price up can reduce income. Modelling helps decision making.…

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From the Integrating Mathematical Problem Solving project by Mathematics for Education and Industry (MEI), this activity for post-16 students shows how modelling helps decision making by allowing us to see what is likely to happen. The mathematical ideas…

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From the Integrating Mathematical Problem Solving project by Mathematics for Education and Industry (MEI), this activity for post-16 students shows how money which circulates has a greater effect than could be expected. The activity starts by students…

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From the Integrating Mathematical Problem Solving project by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI), this activity shows how compound interest can be calculated over different intervals. As the intervals get smaller and smaller, the total value approaches…

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MEI provides these online resources for OCR FP1 for the modulus-argument form of complex numbers. Detailed notes and examples, with crucial points to learn for the modulus-argument of complex numbers and its application for sets of points, as well…

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This MEI resource for OCR FP1 provides information on complex numbers, equations and geometric representation. Topics include sections on polynomial equations with complex roots, representing complex numbers geometrically and roots of complex numbers.…

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MEI provides this introduction to complex numbers for OCR FP1. Detailed notes covering the number system, adding subtracting and multiplying complex numbers, complex conjugates, equations with complex roots, equating real and imaginary parts and crucial…

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This MEI Online Resources file for Edexcel FP1 provides information on Complex Numbers and Equations. Topics include equating real and imaginary parts, roots of complex numbers and polynomial equations with complex roots. A study plan for Heinemann textbooks…

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This MEI interactive resource for complex numbers demonstrates multiplication and division in the Argand diagram. It is an extension piece of work. Students are able to move two points and, from their new position, use the modulus argument form to…

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This MEI interactive resource for complex numbers demonstrates the Argand diagram. This flash file can be used to plot a point in the complex plane. In this plane on the horizontal axis are the real numbers and on the vertical axis are the imaginary…

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MEI Online Resources for Edexcel FP1 provide a selection of material for the Modulus-Argument Form of Complex Numbers. Detailed notes and examples for the modulus of a complex number, representing complex numbers geometrically, the argument of a complex…

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MEI Online Resources provide this introduction to Complex Numbers for Edexcel FP1. Detailed notes covering the number system, adding subtracting and multiplying complex numbers, complex conjugates, equations with complex roots and crucial points to learn…

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MEI provides this matrix matching activity, where students have to match diagrams with the appropriate transformation and the matrix which describes it. Solutions are provided.

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