Interpret data given in the form of a bar chart then create a new bar chart showing the given statistics.

Place the cartoon characters on the scatter graph according to their height and age.

Recognise and use the equation of a circle with centre at the origin and the equation of a tangent to a circle.

Would you recognise a misleading graph if you saw one? Try this comparative judgement exercise to rate statistical graphs.

Fill in the empty cells of this table with information about lines, gradients and coordinates.

Fill in the tables of values from the information that can be read from the given graphs.

Practise the technique of differentiating polynomials with this self marking exercise.

Complete the tables and find the equations of the graphs that can be seen in the snaps.

Match the equations of the straight line graphs to the clues about gradients and points.

Practise the skill of estimating the correlation of data on a scatter graph in this self marking exercise.

If the container is gradually filled with a steady flow of water which height-time graph would be produced?

Practise the skill of finding the gradients of straight lines by counting squares and dividing rise by run.

Match the equation with its graph. Includes quadratics, cubics, reciprocals, exponential and the sine function.

Match the equations with the images of the corresponding graphs. A drag-and-drop activity.

Flexible graph paper which can be printed or projected onto a white board as an effective visual aid.

Describe how changing the coefficients of a quadratic function changes the graph of the function

Questions about the equations of straight line graphs that are parallel to the axes.

An animated introduction to distance-time graphs. Arial photographs of vehicles moving along a road placed side to side form a graph.

Students should be encouraged to stand up and make the shapes of the graphs with their arms.

Pupils move to positions in the room according to their data relative to the walls as axes.

An animated distance time graph to be viewed while a student interprets the graph and comments on the race that produced the graph.

Exercises on indefinite and definite integration of basic algebraic and trigonometric functions.

A selection of linear programming questions with an interactive graph plotting tool.

Collect together in groups the equations of the graphs that are parallel to each other.

Show that you can make sense of data displayed as pictograms and create some pictograms of your own.

Develop the skills to construct and interpret pie charts in this self-marking set of exercises.

Plot scatter graphs from data representing a number of different everyday situations.

Answer real-life problems from different types of graphs and charts including piece-wise linear graphs.

An online exercise about the equation y=mx+c and the features of a straight line graph.

10 straight line graph challenges for use with computer graph plotting software or a graphical display calculator.

A visual aid showing how various transformations affect the graph of a function.

Test your understanding of distance-time and speed-time graphs with this self-marking exercise.

Use the graphs provided and create your own to solve both simultaneous and quadratic equations.

A game to determine the mathematical item by asking questions that can only be answered yes or no.

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