# Homework Sheets

• #### Year 10 Worksheet 31

In these 4 sheets there is problem solving involving squares inscribed and circumscribed to a circle, a cylinder volume to calculate then some transformations involving reflection, translation, rotation and vectors.The last pages involve statistical analysis, revision of number and an astronomy application which involves some very large numbers.
• #### Year 10 Worksheet 32

Looks at sequences and number patterns. There is then a page of revision that tests your knowledge of measurement, shape and space terms. The final two pages involve a 3D graph and trigonometry application as well as a normal linear graph favoured by examiners.

• #### Year 10 Worksheet 33

Success in Year 10 involves constant revision of equations and numeracy. The sheets also look at mathematics used in the sheet metal trade and then moves on to 3 pages of statistics. Firstly you are asked to recall all the specific statistical terms that you can remember, then you analyse some statistics and look at a statistical application with battery life and woman's long jump results.
• #### Year 10 Worksheet 34

You may have never visited the Pantheon in Rome but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy some mathematical applications derived from this famous landmark. In keeping with the time period there are also trigonometry questions to calculate and then you need to recall all those terms related to algebra. The final 2 pages are a statistical analysis of Rooibus tea and the last question was some actual data taken from a doctors appointment book.
• #### Year 10 Worksheet 35

These sheets continue to look at statistics and statistical analysis of data. You need to know all those terms related to transformation geometry and then you get to practise by translating figures on a grid. Finally there are a couple of heath applications of mathematics with the last question involving intravenous fluid (IV). The equation and calculation was taken straight out of a nurse's daily diary.
• #### Year 10 Worksheet 36

This week you get to investigate the famous ingraving Melencolia. When was it drawn and what is its significance to mathematics? Your knowledge of graphs and graphical terms is tested and the final two pages are an analysis of 10 pin bowling scores and a look at babies born in the maternity ward of an actual hospital.

• #### Year 10 Worksheet 37

Can you predict maths exam scores? With the help of a scatter plot there is a good chance that you will be very close. These sheets look at some trigonometric applications with the famous sculpture "Clothespin" the "Clavius Crater" on the moon and the worlds largest coffeepot found in Iowa, USA. You then analyse consumption of bottled water in New Zealand and finally you get to make the ninth stellation of the icosahedron.