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Week 21 (Week Commencing 2-3-20)

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Week 21 Homework Tasks

Week 21 Homework Task Sheet

Task 0: Retreival Practice - Index Cards


Select at least 12 index cards that you need to work on.

  • Note down which cards you have chosen.
  • Practise these cards on at least 3 separate days, correcting any mistakes.
  • Write your answers on lined paper.
  • Submit your practice attempts as evidence you have completed the task.

Task 1: DrFrostMaths - Mixed Questions

Complete the DrFrostMaths task set on connected particles.

  • Complete your answers on paper in case any corrections are required.
  • Question sheet.
  • Check and correct your answers using DrFrostMaths.

Task 2: Peer Marked Homework 5 Corrections

Correct any mistakes or questions you didn't complete from Peer Marked Homework 5.

  • Use a different colour pen to annotate your solutions for simple mistakes.
  • For more significant mistakes, reattempt the question using the 'Typical Solution' column of the mark scheme.
  • Hand in your solutions along with the questions.

Peer Marked Homework Task 5: Questions | Solutions


Task 3: Exam Questions

Complete the exam questions in exam conditions.

  • Questions | Solutions
  • Suggested time limit: 60 minutes.
  • Check and correct your answers using the mark scheme.

Task 4: Practice Questions (Pure)

Complete all questions from AQA Differentiation Topic Assessment:


Task 5: Practice Questions (Applied)

Complete the following questions from Mixed Practice 22:

  • Q7 (c), (d), (e)
  • Check and correct your answers using the solutions provided.


-- CONTINUE WITH THE TASK(S) BELOW IF YOU HAVE NOT YET COMPLETED 5 HOURS OF WORK --


Task 6: Further Practice Questions

Complete the following questions from IYGB C2 Paper U:

  • Q2, 3, 4, 7.
  • Questions | Solutions
  • Check and correct your answers using the solutions provided.

Enrichment Task (Optional): Women in Maths

https://www.sciencenews.org/article/how-julia-robinson-helped-define-limits-mathematical-knowledge

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