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Try out the Word Search on MathsStarters. There are only three versions at the moment (although the placement of the letters is different each time you play the game). If you’d like to add a game, just send me a comma-separated list of words and a title for you game. For teachers in NSW, Australia, my current aim is to make a word search for each topic in the NSW General Mathematics syllabus.

Also, I’ve added the search functionality back on this blog.

Derivatives of Exponential Functions 2 Mar 2013

GeoGebra dynamic worksheet to investigate derivatives of Exponential Functions.

Derivatives of Logarithmic Functions 2 Mar 2013

GeoGebra dynamic worksheet to investigate derivatives of Logarithmic Functions.

Applied Mathematics Wiki 2 Mar 2013

For the NSW (Australia) General Mathematics (Stage 6) course. Requires registration.

The volume of a solid of revolution (y-axis) 26 Feb 2013

What is the volume of the solid of revolution generated when the area bounded by y = x², the y-axis and the lines y = a and y = b is rotated about the y-axis?

The volume of a solid of revolution (x-axis) 26 Feb 2013

What is the volume of the solid of revolution generated when the area bounded by y = x/4, the x-axis and the ordinates x = a and x = b is rotated about the x-axis?

15 Uncanny Examples of the Golden Ratio in Nature 24 Feb 2013

While the Golden Ratio doesn't account for every structure or pattern in the universe, it's certainly a major player. Here are some examples.

Content: Calculator, Interesting, Worksheet – Electronic · File type: Excel · 1 Mar 2013

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