A slide presentation (a poem) introducing using trigonometry (including Pythagoras' Theorem) to find lengths and angles on three dimensional shapes.
This is a simple interactive that does nothing more than allow you to create 3D drawings of models made with cubes.
Apply formulae for the volumes and surface areas of cylinders to answer a wide variety of questions
Drag the numbers onto the net so that when it is folded to form a cube numbers on opposite faces add up to prime numbers.
Drag the nets into the corresponding panels to show whether they would fold to form a cube.
Pupils are not allowed to use their hands to point but must describe fully any shapes they can see in this picture.
Use formulae to solve problems involving the volumes of cuboids, cones, pyramids, prisms and composite solids.
A game to determine the mathematical item by asking questions that can only be answered yes or no.
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