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Mathematics Department

 
 Mr Taylor (PT Subject),
 Mrs Walker (DHT)
 Mr Ferguson
 Mr Nisbet
 Mr Murdoch
 Mrs Moodie


 Contact the Mathematics Dept:

 e-mail :
 maths@kilmarnockacademy.co.uk

 tel: 01563 525509
   


 


           THANKS TO MRS WALKER FOR PROVIDING THE STUDY SUPPORT MATERIALS BELOW.


Higher Maths Topics Alphabetically
Addition Formulae PP A Circle PP A Differentiation 1 PP A
Exponential & Logs PP A Further Calculus PP A Graphs of Functions PP A
Integration PP A Polynomials PP A Quadratic Theory PP A
Reccurence Relations PP A Sets & Functions PP A Straight Line PP A
Trig Graphs Equations PPA Vectors PP A Wave Function PP A



S4 REVISION MATERIALS

All of the materials below are provided in Word document (.doc) format. Right-click on the images below and select "save as" to save to your computer. Double-click on the saved file to open.
Topics Alphabetically Angle PP Area & Perimeter PP
Basic Number PP Common Factor PP Coordinates PP
D, S & T PP Eqns, Ineqns & Brackets PP Foreign Exchange PP
Formula PP Listing PP Miscellaneous PP
Money PP Negative Numbers PP Pattern PP
Patterns TB Percentage PP Probability PP
Pythagoras PP Ratio & Variation PP Scale Drawing & Bearings PP
Scientific Notation PP Shape PP Stats & Graphs PP Q
Straight Line & Gradient PP Trigonometry PP Volume PP



INTERMEDIATE 1 REVISION MATERIALS

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           AND ON A LIGHTER NOTE, SOME PUZZLES SUPPLIED BY MR TAYLOR.

NUMBER PUZZLES

The answer to each of these puzzles are 6 whole numbers in order between 1 and 49.

No numbers are repeated.

PUZZLE 1

1. The 1st and 4th numbers are multiples of 19.

2. The 3rd number is 20% of 105.

3. The 5th and 6th numbers add to give 95. They are not consecutive.

 

PUZZLE 2

1. The 6th number is 4 dozen

2. The 4th number 25% of 44.

3. The 1st number multiplied by the 3rd number equals the 6th number.

4. The total of all the numbers is 100

 

PUZZLE 3

1. All the numbers are odd

2. The 4th number is 75% of 60.

3. The total of all the numbers is 152

 

PUZZLE 4

1. All the numbers are even.

2. The 6th number is 10% of 440.

3. The 5th number is the number of days in November.

4. The 1st number multiplied by the 4th number equals the 6th number.

5. The total of all the numbers is 110.

 

PUZZLE 5

1. The 3rd and 5th numbers are both multiples of 21.

2. All the other numbers are square numbers.

3. The total of all the numbers is 157.

 

PUZZLE 6

1. The difference between successive numbers doubles each time.

2. The total of all the numbers is 87

 

Answer to PUZZLE 1 is: 19, 20, 21, 38, 46, 49

 


Some Useful Links

General Bitesize Revision
: Good topic explanations and practice exercises for most parts of the General Standard Grade Course.

Credit Bitesize Revision : Good topic explanations and practice exercises for most parts of the Credit Standard Grade Course.

MathsNet : An useful resource for secondary standard grade credit and general students, even though it is written for GCSE.

Student Algebra Tutorials : Tutorials written by students on aspects of algebra.

Student Number Tutorials : Tutorials written by students on fundamental number calculations, e.g. percentages and fractions.