General Maths

Grand Designs and Structures
This 80 page booklet features line designs, fun with circles, impossible pictures and nets for some very interesting solids. There are lots of ideas on how to arrange your art to form some really grand designs. Don't just photocopy the pages to make a small model. They are there to give you ideas on how to make each shape, so expand your mind and create some really grand structures. With the pages in this book, your maths classroom is about to be transformed from a blank canvas to a visual symphony! 
Miscellaneous Worksheets
This resources was sent to us by Barry Bellamy, a retired NZ teacher. It contains 20 tested worksheets covering work for Year 9 or Year 10. There are sheets on Angles, Area, Algebra  collecting like terms, Circle Geometry, Decimal arithmetic, Factorising, Fraction Arithmetic, Percentages, Solving Equations, Statistics (mean, median, mode, range), Substitution, Solving Quadratics, Standard Form, Transformations (enlargement, reflection, rotation). Don't spend time preparing worksheets. You will find the material you want on this site. 
Year 9 Mathematics Exams
This booklet contains a sample Year 9 course outline as well as exams and practice exams for Year 9 and each of Terms 1, 2, 3 and 4. At the back of the booklet are some coordinate geometry worksheets for those students that dare to finish early. In Year 9 there are 3 strands in the curriculum, each separated into topics. Mathematical processes such as problem solving, reasoning and communicating mathematical ideas are covered across all the strands.
Number and Algebra
Numeracy strategies for solving number problems without a calculator.
Developing an understanding of numbers, confidence in calculating and the ability to estimate and approximate.
Recognising algebra patterns, thinking abstractly and communicating mathematical relationships.
Measurement and Geometry
Developing knowledge and understanding of measurement systems with and without the use of measuring instruments.
Developing spatial awareness and using models as aids to solving practical geometry problems.
Statistics and Probability
Collecting, organising, analysing, presenting and interpreting data.
Finding the probability of everyday events.Download Now Year / Level: Year 9
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Graphs, Grids and Other Useful Templates
Ever needed some graph or log paper with different sized grids, a ready made set of axes for drawing lines, parabolas, hyperbolas or trigonometry graphs or some isometric lines or grids for drawing shapes? This 56 page booklet is the one for you. It contains all the essential maths graph axes and grids in one handy file. Thanks to Peter Sumpter of Villa Maria College and James Hurring of Hutt Valley High School for their suggestions and contributions to this booklet. After many requests and suggestions from teachers this resource was updated in April and then again in July 2012 to include many more different sized isometric lines and even has a page of 10 mm lines that can be used for exam answer booklets. You will also find expanding circle templates, hexagonal and octagonal grids and a set of nine 3 x 3 boxes for magic squares. The most recent additions include fraction strips, fraction circles and squares, thermometers, protractors that can be printed onto clear plastic, number lines for help with integer arithmetic and 15 cm rulers that can be printed onto card. 
Family Maths
Every family should have a "Mathematics Night". We know that there are many home schoolers and parents who receive our newsletter. Mathematics does not have to be that dreaded subject that we want to forget from our school days. Family maths can help to promote a love of maths and will help make maths fun through positive attitudes, games and activities that use key mathematical concepts. Attitude is everything and a parent can help with positive attitudes by being interested and helping gain mathematical success in math. This booklet is full of strategies, ideas, games and suggestions for you to help make mathematics more meaningful and most of all fun! It is ideal for ages 3  8.

Maths Survival Guide
This friendly selfhelp workbook covers mathematics essential to firstyear university scientists and engineers. In this second edition the author has completely revised the text and added a totally new chapter on vectors.
Mathematics underpins all science and engineering degrees, and this may cause problems for students whose understanding of the subject is weak. In this book Jenny Olive uses her extensive experience of teaching and helping students by giving a clear and confident presentation of the core mathematics needed by students starting science or engineering courses. Each topic is introduced very gently, beginning with simple examples that bring out the basics,and then moving on to tackle more challenging problems. The author takes the time to explain the tricks of the trade and also shortcuts, but is careful to explain common errors allowing students to anticipate and avoid them.
The book contains more than 820 exercises, with detailed solutions given in the back to allow students who get stuck to see exactly where they have gone wrong. Topics covered include trigonometry and hyperbolic functions, sequences and series (with detailed coverage of binomial series), differentiation and integration, complex numbers, and vectors.
This selfstudy guide to introductory mathematics will be invaluable to students who want to brush up on the subject before starting their course, or to help them develop their skills and understanding while at technical institute or university.