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Students have to extract data from tables for use in calculations
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KS3 KS4 | Published: *18/02/2019* | From the resource collection(s): Algebra | Number | Problem solving | Schemes | Basic numeracy | Maths in context | Rich tasks

This activity links the number e to certain aspects of financial
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KS5 | Published: *11/02/2016* | From the resource collection(s): Core | Percentages – compound percentages | The number e

A resource exploring exponential growth and standard form. Suitable
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KS3 KS4 | Published: *12/03/2018* | From the resource collection(s): Number | Exponential growth | Standard form

This is a resource that would be useful to give KS3 students
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A comprehensive resource which investigates the probability of
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KS4 KS5 | Published: *11/02/2016* | From the resource collection(s): Probability | Statistics & Probability | Theoretical probability

This is a fairly gentle crossword - particularly suitable for
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KS3 | Published: *09/10/2017* | From the resource collection(s): Number | Transition | Calculator skills | Indices | Indices – integer powers | Use of a calculator

A probability exercise for KS3
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KS3 | Published: *04/07/2016* | From the resource collection(s): Statistics & Probability | Experimental probability | Theoretical probability

This resource can be given in class or for homework. Students
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KS3 | Published: *29/01/2016* | From the resource collection(s): Number | Percentages – simple percentages

This resource works equally well for GCSE or AS level. It can
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KS4 KS5 | Published: *05/02/2016* | From the resource collection(s): Probability | Statistics & Probability | Experimental probability | Rich tasks | Theoretical probability

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