Homework Sheets • Year 10 Worksheet 11

These sheets cover factorials and BEDMAS, you investigate some mathematics behind a tsunami, study the "Lattice" method of multiplication and then look at some maths in action within advertising budgets, bread making and chemistry solutions.
• Year 10 Worksheet 12

Starts off with a cross number then looks at linear patterns, writing an equation from a table and drawing the resultant graph, and finally graphing an irrational number and interpreting the result.
• Year 10 Worksheet 13

All maths students should know how to expand and factorise equations. The first page gives you plenty of practise. There is the work on patterns and the resultant sequences some applications of percentages and finally some corn calculations that involve drawing and interpreting some graphs.
• Year 10 Worksheet 14

These four sheets contain some equation work, general maths, real life applications that involve drawing and interpreting graphs, a maths challenge and finally a look at disappearing glaciers.
• Year 10 Worksheet 15

Contains some equation and problem solving. You also get to read and interpret tables using your skills with fractions, percentages and accuracy. There are also some number and measurement interpretation problems and finally there is some factorising and a couple of baffling inventions.
• Year 10 Worksheet 16

There are some equations to solve and a couple of real life situations to evaluate. There are also percentages, ratio, some "bloody mathematics" (mathematics involved in evaluating blood types) and more patterns and number sequences to interpret and calculate.
• Year 10 Worksheet 17

These sheets start with a "Royal Dilemma". There are then trinomials to factorise, a linear graph to comment on, some more expansions and a swimming race graph to analyse.
• Year 10 Worksheet 18

The Prime Minister is calling you. Can you answer his question? You then look at concussion. When should you return to work after a hit on the head? There is then no time to waste as you look at mathematics around a garage, drawing and interpreting parabolas and a solid page on expanding two sets of expressions in brackets.
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