End of year assessments for use with BTEC Science students (OCR/MEI).
End of year assessments for use with BTEC Business students (AQA).
Modelling the level of a prescribed drug within a patient.
This is a card-sorting activity to generate discussion about exponential graphs.
Introduction to exponential growth and opportunity for critical evaluation.
This activity is based on a wind chill model for determining the effective temperature at low temperatures and high winds.
This is an optimisation problem from Greek mythology that has an intuitive solution but is rather more difficult to prove.
This is an extensive resource based on the spread of the Ebola disease; it uses a range of statistical techniques to analysis the data and to make predictions.
Investigation into assessments of physical fitness.
This resource looks at the recently developed technique of rehydroxylation for dating ceramic objects using an exponential growth model.
Students are presented with a calculation ‘trick’ – a method for working out the squares of two-digit numbers.
This is an optimisation task involving finding the cylinder with the smallest surface area that has a capacity of 330 ml.