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Area - Revision The area of a shape is simply defined by : “the amount of space a shape takes up.” Think of a square measuring 1 cm by 1cm we say it is.

WYZ Trapezium Area Example 1 : Find the area of the trapezium. 6cm 4cm 5cm Parts of the Circle Circumference O O = centre of circle The radius is measured from the centre of the circle to the edge. radius diameter The diameter is measured from one edge to the other passing through the centre of the circle. Radius = ½ x diameter Diameter = 2 x radius Circle Investigation To calculate the circumference of a/

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control of their learning process. Maths language The Number System Fractions, Percentage, Ratio and Proportion Calculation / Halve full  Empty  Contains  Holds  Litre  Millimetre  Container  Measuring cylinder  Volume  Area  Covers  Surface  Square centimetre  Square metre  Square millimetre  Surface Area  Days  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday  Week  Month /of symmetry through the middle. Draw a kite with a line of symmetry. Draw an isosceles trapezium./

D MANCHE 2013. Finding the area under curves:  There are many mathematical applications which require finding the area under a curve.  The area “under”

straight lines. Compared to the rectangle method, the trapezoidal method gives a better approximation for the real area, as obvious in the graph below. Trapezoidal Method (cont.) Recall that the area of a trapezium with parallel sides of length a and b and with perpendicular height h is given by: Area a b h Area = average of parallel sides x perpendicular distance between them Trapezoidal Method (cont.) Shaded/

Perimeter and Area A look at a few basic shapes Perimeter.

for Play Experiment with square paper and see if you can find a method of calculating the area of a trapezium. 5 m 2 m4 m3 m 9 m What is the area of this trapezium? 5 m 2 m4 m3 m 9 m One possible method, giving 32./2 Pause for Play 8 cm 6 cm 4 cm Which has the greatest area? Hint: Square paper, isometric paper, and a pair of scissors? And that’s more than enough! Perimeter of shapes made from straight lines Circumference of circles Area of rectangles, triangles, parallelograms and trapeziums Area of circles

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and present the recent progress in a number of areas which are important for the Tevatron and LHC –Matching of matrix elements and parton showers Traditional Matching /common techniques converge faster –Trapezium rule –Simpsons rule However only if the derivatives exist and are finite. Otherwise the convergence of the Trapezium or Simpsons rule will be/ July 0624 Phase Space Cross section And decay rates Can be calculated as the integral of the matrix element over the Lorentz invariant phase space. Easy to/

Education Leeds 20090212 VJC Identify lines of symmetry in simple shapes and recognise shapes with no lines of symmetry. Step 1 : Talk me through what.

is a kite; a parallelogram; a rhombus; an isosceles trapezium? Which quadrilateral with one line of symmetry has three acute angles? Education Leeds 20090212 VJC Enlarge 2-D shapes, given a centre of enlargement and a positive whole- number scale factor. Step /you calculate? How can you use the angle sum of a triangle to calculate the sum of the interior angles of any polygon? The formula for calculating the sum of the interior angles of a regular polygon is: (n - 2) × 180° where n is the number of sides of /

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does the same. Calculate the probability that they both choose a strawberry chocolate. Conditional Probability: Dependent Events P(strawberry and strawberry) =3/12 x A box of chocolates contains twelve chocolates of three different types./ and angles on a straight line add to 180 o Take 1 identical copy of this right-angled triangle and arrange like so. Area of trapezium = ½ (a + b)(a + b) = ½ (a 2 +2ab + b 2 ) Area of trapezium is also equal to the areas of the 3 right-angled triangles. = ½ ab + ½ ab + ½ c/

GCSE Mathematics Route Map – Higher Tier Assessment Order Unit 2 – March Year 10 Unit 1 – June Year 10 Unit 3 – June Year 11 Notes –  A lot of Unit 2.

area of a rectangle  work out the area of a parallelogram  calculate the area of shapes made from triangles and rectangles  calculate the area of shapes made from compound shapes made from two or more rectangles, for example an L shape or T shape  calculate the area of shapes drawn on a grid  calculate the area of simple shapes  work out the surface area of nets made up of rectangles and triangles  calculate the area of a trapezium Isosceles Triangles Unit 3 – Perimeter, Area/

NEW TO 9-1 GCSE MATHS? Lets get started!. Assessment Schedule ◦ Thursday 25 th May AM – Paper 1 Non Calculator ◦ Thursday 8 th June AM – Paper 2 Calculator.

out for…… ◦ Expand the product of binomials ◦ Inverse function and composite function ◦ Calculate/Estimate gradients and areas of graphs ◦ Geometric progressions ◦ Calculate the nth term of quadratic sequences ◦ Calculate and interpret conditional probabilities through Venn diagrams Things to memorise Trig. ratios: sinθ=O/H, cosθ=A/H, tanθ=O/A are needed for both tiers Foundation: ◦ Pythagoras Theorem: a² + b² = c² ◦ Area of a trapezium: ½(a + b)h ◦ Volume prism/

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area of a square is measured by multiplying the length of a side by itself Know that the area of a rectangle is measured by multiplying the length of the longer side by the shorter Use this information about calculating the area of a square or rectangle to work out the area of/ and name parallelogram; rhombus and trapezium Know what a parallelogram is and describe it in mathematical terms Know what a rhombus is and describe it in mathematical terms Know what a trapezium is and describe it in mathematical/

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I can find the area of triangles, kites, parallelogram trapeziums, circles. and semi-circles. I can use formulae for the volume of cuboids. I can find the volume and surface area of cuboids. I can calculate volumes and surface area of prisms and cylinders. I can calculate the volume of cones. Explain fully how you would calculate the volume of this cone. Complete this sentence Perimeter means ……………………………………………………………………………………………… Area means ……………………………………………………………………………………………… The area of this rectangle is/

Lesson Plan - APP Area and Perimeter Mental and Oral Starter Pupils to complete a ‘Heard the Word’ grid and compare it to grid they completed at the start.

work will be assessed on: The accuracy of your calculations. The presentation of your ideas and designs. The presentation of your calculations and results. levelArea and Perimeter 6I can calculate the area of rectangles, triangles, parallelograms, trapeziums and kites. 5I can calculate the area and perimeter of rectangles and the area of triangles using formulae. 4I understand the difference between area and perimeter. I can find the area and perimeter of rectangles by counting squares. 3I can/

Year 6 Focus on English. Year 6 Objectives: Spoken Language Listen carefully and adapt talk to the demands of different contexts, purposes and audiences.

shape Know when to apply a given formula to find out the volume of a shape Objective 6m: Calculate the area of parallelograms and triangles Know the formula associated with finding the area of triangles Know the formula associated with finding the area of parallelograms MEASUREMENT Objective 1m: Solve problems involving the calculation and conversion of units of measure, using decimal notation up to three decimal places where appropriate Use decimal/

Area & Volume Learning Outcomes  Find the area of square, rectangles, triangles, parallelograms, rhombuses, kites, trapezia and shapes which are composites.

calculations.  Find the surface areas and volumes of compound shapes most of which are everyday objects.  Distinguish between formulae for perimeter, area and volume by considering dimensions. Area & Volume Area of Shapes Triangles Area = ½ base × perp. height A = ½ b × h 5cm 6cm 60 ° 8cm 12cm A C B b a c A = ½ ab sin C Area = ½ product of 2 sides × sine of angle between them Area & Volume Area of Shapes Trapezium One pair of parallel sides Total area/

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6 812 4 -6 Sub in the appropriate values for the trapezium above Calculate Kinematics of a Particle moving in a Straight Line You can represent the motion of an object on a speed-time graph, distance-time graph or an acceleration-time graph Gradient of a speed-time graph = Acceleration over that period Area under a speed-time graph = distance travelled during that period 2D/

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and working accurately with time, budgeting within parameters to get the best price for customers. 3 Winter Wonderland II Site Calculating the area of squares, rectangles, triangles, trapeziums, circles and part-circles to analyse the stage areas of the festival. 4 Winter Wonderland II Merchandise Calculating the volume of cubes, cuboids and cylinders to evaluate possible merchandising options for the festival. 5 Winter Wonderland II Security Use angle/

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& Molecular Gas Less than 10% of the area and mass of a GMC is in the form of dense gas which is non-uniformly /  Taurus and ρ Oph show a large fraction of sources have disks massive enough to form planets  Trapezium (BIMA and OVRO) at 3mm doesn’t show disks/of Embedded Clusters Numerical simulations required to follow evolution of a stellar cluster  turbulent hydrodynamical calculations to match observed properties of clouds  MHD? Simulations are challenging due to large range of scales involved (use of/

© T Madas Trigonometric Calculations. © T Madas x 16 m 35° tanθ = Opp Adj c tan35° = x 16 c x = c x ≈ 11.2 m x tan35° Trigonometric Calculations S O H.

tan50° = h b c b x tan50° c 6.928 = b = tan50° c b ≈ 5.813 cm b = 5.813 = © T Madas b a 8 cm Calculate the area of this triangle 50° 60° h S O H C A H T O A h ≈ 6.928 a = 4 b = 5.813 © T Madas Exam Question © T Madas An/ = 0.528 c θ 32° = [nearest degree] © T Madas 2.7 6 5.6 The figure below shows a right angled trapezium ABCD. All lengths are in cm [not to scale] 1.Calculate the length of BC. 2.Calculate the size of the angle DCB, giving your answer correct to 1 decimal place. A B C D lengths in cm 5.6 3.3/

Area and Volume Using formulae. Finding Area and Perimeter of a Square or Rectangle Area is the measure of the amount of space a shape covers Perimeter.

Area of a rectangle = length x width Perimeter = 2(length and width) Parallelogram Length Perpendicular height Area of a parallelogram: length x perpendicular height Trapezium Perpendicular height Length a Length b Area of a trapezium:/of a Prism A prism is a 3D shape with the same cross section all along its length To calculate the volume of the prism you need to find the area of the cross section and multiply it by the height or length Volume of prism = area of cross section x length Finding the Area of/

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if a square has a 9cm side the perimeter is 9+9+9+9=36cm Area To calculate area you need to multiply one side by another. So if a square has a side of 9cm you have to do 9x9=81cm squared written with a little 2. Or a/way to what you normally see them. Turn the page around! Shapes 3 sides triangle 4 sides rectangle, square, quadrilateral, parallelogram, rhombus, trapezium, kite 5 sides pentagon 6 sides hexagon 7 sides heptagon 8 sides octagon Congruent Congruent means the same. If two shapes are congruent it/

M5: Applications of area and volume. M5: Further applications of area and volume Areas of ellipses, annuluses and parts of a circle Calculating areas.

M5: Applications of area and volume M5: Further applications of area and volume Areas of ellipses, annuluses and parts of a circle Calculating areas of composite figures Applying Simpson’s Rule Surface area of Cylinders Surface area of spheres Volume of composite solids Errors in calculations  Pythagoras theorem  Circumference of circle  Area of circle  Area of triangle  Area of rectangle  Area of parallelogram  Area of trapeziumArea of rhombus  Volume of Prism  Pythagoras c²=a²+b²(The square on/

 Perimeter is the distance around the outside of the object  To find a perimeter we _____ up the ________ e.g. Perimeter = ___ + ___ + ___ + ___ + ___.

width of a trapezium changes.  We have to work out the average width. 8 14 A = (a + b) x hA = ( 8 + 14 ) x 6 = 66 2 2 Average Width = (top side + bottom side) ÷ 2  To find the area of a circle you need the radius.  The radius is the distance from the ________ of the circle to the _________. middle outside radius  To calculate the area use/

Area and Perimeter. First things first, technically speaking….. What is perimeter? What is area? ‘The perimeter is the length of a closed curve. The curve.

… However the subject is broached, from the EYFS through KS1, pupils develop an understanding of shape, calculating and measuring in standard and non-standard units. These skills all come together under this /Trapeziums Trapeziums are another a special type of rectangle. They have 1 pair of parallel sides, and it follows that... Perimeter = a + b + c + d Area = Vertical height (v) x ½(a + b) v a b cd This knowledge about triangles can be applied to kites as well. Diagonal 1 (d 1 ) Diagonal 2 (d 2 ) Area of/

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is given by the area under the graph. This area is a trapezium with parallel sides of length u and v and width t. So Velocity (ms –1 ) u v Time (s) t This can also be written as © Boardworks Ltd 2005 22 of 37 distance travelled = area of rectangle A + area of triangle B s = ut/= 0, and for t when s = –15. Constant acceleration example 1 © Boardworks Ltd 2005 26 of 37 To calculate s when v = 0, given u and a requires the use of v 2 = u 2 + 2 as. Therefore, the maximum height above the ground that the stone /

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be regressed on x 1i in stage (2). Examples of summary measures include the Area Under the Curve (AUC) or the overall mean of post-randomisation measures. 15 Summary measures 16 17 Area Under the Curve (AUC) 18 Calculation of the AUC The area can be split into a series of shapes called trapeziums. The areas of the separate individual trapeziums are calculated and then summed for each patient. Let Y ij represent/

1 Angles Area and perimeter 2 Algebra 3 4 Triangles 5 Statistics 6 Probability 7 Solids Graphs 9 Bearings 8.

is not accurate. Over 13% is red. Back Home Check Statements 1.The area of the trapezium is 15cm 2 2.BC is 7 cm 3.The perimeter of the trapezium is 18cm D B C A ABCD is a trapezium. AB = AD = 3cm DC = 7cm BAD = ADC = 90 o /Area of rhombus = 96cm 2 D B C A ABCD is a rhombus Diagonal AC = 12cm Diagonal DB = 16cm Angle BAC = 55 o E 55 o Which statements are true? All 3 statements are true. The diagonals of a rhombus bisect each other at right angles so you can use Pythagoras’ Theorem to calculate the length of/

Year 4 Place value & calculation. 5. I can order 4 digit numbers. 4Pv&C1 4. I can recognise the place value of each digit in 4 digit numbers. I can solve.

I know and can identify; isosceles, equilateral and scalene triangles and the quadrilaterals; parallelogram, rhombus and trapezium Year 4 Written calculations & algebra 4C&A1 I can solve addition and subtraction two-step problems in contexts, deciding which operations/including bar charts. I can find the area of rectilinear shapes by counting squares. I can estimate and calculate different measures including money in pounds and pence. I can convert between different units of measure (e.g. kilometre to metre;/

Finding Areas of Shapes. Area of a Triangle Area of Triangle = 1 x Base x Vertical Height 2 Vertical Height Base Right Angle.

Sides ) Area of Trapezium Area of Trapezium = Average of Parallel Sides x Distance Between Them a b h Area = ½ (a + b) x h Area of Circle Area = x r2r2 Diameter (D) Circumference = x D Radius (R) = D/2 Area of Sector Area of Sector of Angle X = X / 360 x Area of Circle Summary Exam papers usually have area formulas You need practise to use them quickly and accurately In industry area formulas are used to calculate the quantity of materials needed/

Estimating the Area Under a Curve Aims: To be able to calculate an estimate for the area under a curve. To decide if this is an over estimate or an under.

Curve Aims: To be able to calculate an estimate for the area under a curve. To decide if this is an over estimate or an under estimate. To consider ways that we can speed up our method. Area of a Trapezium a b h Questions Estimating What do we mean by estimating? Why might we estimate a value? Estimating area under curves 10 5 0 1/

13 Vectors in Two-dimensional Space Case Study

area are scalars. 13.1 Concepts of Vectors and Scalar B. Representation of a Vector The directed line segment from point X to point Y in the direction of/of a and c. (a) (b) Solution: (a) (b) Example 13.11T 13.3 Vectors in the Rectangular Coordinate System B. Point of Division Example 13.11T The figure shows that the trapezium ABCD with AB // DC. E is the mid-point of/132. Example 13.19T 13.5 Scalar Products Solution: C. Calculation of Scalar Product in the Rectangular Coordinate System Example 13.19T Given /

Area under Curve.  Calculus was historically developed to find a general method for determining the area of geometrical figures.  When these figures.

developed to find a general method for determining the area of geometrical figures.  When these figures are bounded by curves, their areas cannot be determined by elementary geometry.  Integration can be applied to find such areas accurately.  Also known as Trapeziod/Trapezium Rule  An approximating technique for calculating area under a curve  Works by approximating the area as a trapezium Actual Area = 10.67 units 2. (2, 4) (1, 1/

Finding Areas Numerically. y4y4 h y5y5 The basic idea is to divide the x-axis into equally spaced divisions as shown and to complete the top of these.

The basic idea is to divide the x-axis into equally spaced divisions as shown and to complete the top of these strips of area in some way so that we can calculate the area by adding up these strips. y1y1 h y2y2 h h y3y3 a b The first way is to complete / y2y2 h y4y4 y5y5 h ab y5y5 h y4y4 hh y3y3 y1y1 h y2y2 ab The Trapezium rule. Complete the strips to get trapezia. Add up areas of the form Simpson ’ s Rule We complete the tops of the strips as shown with parabolas. y5y5 y4y4 y3y3 y1y1 y2y2 ab x y x0123456 -/

Maths Test Tips. Place Value Remember where the digits are and what they are worth. Remember the names of the place value columns. The decimal point never.

if a square has a 9cm side the perimeter is 9+9+9+9=36cm Area To calculate area you need to multiply one side by another. So if a square has a side of 9cm you have to do 9x9=81cm squared written with a little 2. Or a/ to what you normally see them. Turn the page around! Shapes 3 sides triangle 4 sides rectangle, square, quadrilateral, parallelogram, rhombus, trapezium, kite 5 sides pentagon 6 sides hexagon 7 sides heptagon 8 sides octagon Shapes can be regular or irregular Congruence Congruent means the same/

Area and Volume You will be able to use the correct unit for different measurements. use formula to find the area of shapes. find the volume of a prism.

m 7 mm 5 mm Area = ½ x 7 x 5 = 17.5 mm 2 The Area of a TrapeziumArea = ½ the sum of the parallel sides x the perpendicular height A = ½(a + b)h a b h  b ½h a Area of trapezium = area of parallelogram A = ½(a /area. Triangular-based prism Rectangular-based prism Pentagonal-based prism Hexagonal-based prism Octagonal-based prism Circular-based prism Cylinder Cuboid Find the volume of the following prisms. Diagrams Not to scale In each of the following examples the cross-sectional ends have to be calculated/

. BRING YOUR CALCULATOR You need strong foundations in basic Maths to build on. Spend about ten minutes a day reading through the area(s) that cause you the most problems on a website or from a revision book. Start with simple examples until you are sure you know what you are doing. Move onto more difficult examples. SHOW YOUR WORKING Area of trapezium = ½(a + b/

The Mid-Ordinate Rule. To find an area bounded by a curve, we need to evaluate a definite integral. If the integral cannot be evaluated, we can use an.

N.B. Radians ! Solutions The answer can be improved by using more strips. 1. Solutions The red shaded areas should be included but are not. The blue shaded areas are not under the curve but are included in the rectangle. The following sketches show sample rectangles where the mid-/Use 4 strips with the mid-ordinate rule to estimate the value of Give the answer to 4 d.p. Solution: We need 4 y -values so we set out the calculation in a table as for the Trapezium rule. The Mid-Ordinate Rule 12 So, a b N.B./

WeekActivitySkills 1 The Largest Crowds Ever Using the vocabulary of integers, powers and roots to quantify some of the largest public gatherings ever.

Calculating using standard form, powers and roots as well as rounding to significant figures to quantify some of the populations ever. 3 The Mathematics of Set Design Classifying a range of 2D rectilinear shapes by their mathematical properties in order to use them as part of a set. 4 The Mathematics of Set Design Using formulae for the area of/Classify a range of 2D rectilinear shapes, including a rhombus, trapezium and parallelogram for use in a set design. Evaluate the classification of 2D rectilinear /

ANGLE AND PLANE ANGLE AND PLANE Identify Angle Adaptif Hal.: 2 ANGLE AND PLANE Determining position of line, and angle that involves point, line and.

g = 33,3 g Adaptif Hal.: 9 ANGLE AND PLANE Width and Circumference of flat shape 1. Triangle Width: L = ½ A x t Example: Where, A = base wide, t = tall A C B A C B 13 12 Calculate the width and circumference plane beside. Answer: AB = = = = = 24/of Trapezium A B Width = ½ ( AB + CD). t t Circumference = AB + BC + CD + DA C D Example: Find the trapezium width in the picture! D E C 8 10 A B 15 Answer: Width = ½ ( AB + CD) CE = = = = Adaptif Hal.: 17 ANGLE AND PLANE Width and circumference of flat plane 8. Area/

MOTION 1.Motion and Rest 2.Distance and Displacement 3.Uniform Motion 4.Non-uniform Motion 5.Speed 6.Velocity 7.Acceleration 8.Equations of Uniformly Accelerated.

8.Equations of Uniformly Accelerated Motion 9.Graphical Representation of Motion 10.Distance-Time Graph 11.Speed-Time Graph 12.Derivation of Equations of Motion by Graphical Method 13.Uniform Circular Motion 14.Calculation of Speed of a Body in Uniform Circular Motion Concept of a Point /v) s = ½ x t x (u + u + at) s = ½ x (2ut + at 2 ) s = ut + ½ at 2 Third equation of motion The area of trapezium OABC gives the distance travelled. s = ½ x OC x (OA + CB) s = ½ x t x (u + v) (v + u) = 2s t From the /

Discovering the Universe Ninth Edition Discovering the Universe Ninth Edition Neil F. Comins William J. Kaufmann III CHAPTER 12 The Lives of the Stars.

of the sky in a false- color infrared. Image taken by the Spitzer Space Telescope. Gases are seen here to exist in more areas/of which are stars in the early stages of formation—along with shock waves caused by matter flowing out of protostars faster than the speed of sound waves in the nebula. Shock waves from the Trapezium stars may have helped trigger the formation of/. Note that most of the cool, low-mass stars have not yet arrived at the main sequence. Calculations of stellar evolution indicate that/

Volume.

Triangular Prism Trapezoid Prism Volume of Prism = length x Cross-sectional area Area Formulae r h b Area Circle = π x r2 Area Rectangle = Base x height h b h b Area Trapezium = ½ x (a + b) x h a b h Area Triangle = ½ x Base x height Volume Cylinder Cross-sectional Area = π x r2 = π x 32 = 28.2743…..cm2 DO NOT ROUND! 3cm 5cm USE CALCULATOR ‘ANS’! Volume = length x CSA/

1.5 Measurement AS 90130 Internal (3 credits). Calculate the area of the following shapes. 6 cm 3 cm 5 cm 4 cm 3 cm 4 cm 2 cm A = 9 cm 2 A = 12.6 cm 2.

6 × 2 = 6 mm 2 6 mm 2 mm Note 2: Areas ShapeArea FormulaExample ParallelogramArea = b × h 7 m 2 m Area = 7 x 2 = 14 m 2 Trapezium Area = 1/2 (a+b)× h 2 cm 6 cm 4 cm Area= ½ (4+2)×6= 18 cm 2 CircleArea = πr 2 Area = πr 2 = π × (5) 2 = 78.5 cm 2/1.38 / L e.g. S.A. = 2(55 × 42) + 2(18 × 42) + (55 x 18) 55 cm 42 cm a.) Calculate the area of glass required for the fish tank b.) Calculate the volume of water in the tank. Give your answer to the nearest litre = 7122 cm 2 V tank = 55 × 42 × 18 = 41580 cm 3 V water /

GCSE Mathematics Route Map – Higher Tier Teaching Order Unit 2 – Year 10 Unit 1 – Year 10 Unit 3 – Year 11 Notes – A lot of Unit 2 time has been given.

the area of a rectangle  work out the area of a parallelogram  calculate the area of shapes made from triangles and rectangles  calculate the area of shapes made from compound shapes made from two or more rectangles, for example an L shape or T shape  calculate the area of shapes drawn on a grid  calculate the area of simple shapes  work out the surface area of nets made up of rectangles and triangles  calculate the area of a trapezium Unit 3 – Perimeter, Area and/

GCSE Mathematics Route Map – Foundation Tier Assessment Order Unit 2 – March Year 10 Unit 1 – June Year 10 Unit 3 – June Year 11 Notes –  A lot of Unit.

area of a rectangle  work out the area of a parallelogram  calculate the area of shapes made from triangles and rectangles  calculate the area of shapes made from compound shapes made from two or more rectangles, for example an L shape or T shape  calculate the area of shapes drawn on a grid  calculate the area of simple shapes  work out the surface area of nets made up of rectangles and triangles  calculate the area of a trapezium Isosceles Triangles Unit 3 – Perimeter, Area/

Intro.  Draw a square  Draw a diagonal from the top right corner to the bottom left.  Draw a line from the centre of the right hand side of the square.

litres of venom. (Guinness Book of record) a) How many litres of venom did Mr Keyter milk per year?____ L/yr b) Write the unit of the calculated rate:/of a fridge  Litre Ex. The capacity of a fridge  Litre  Converting between 12 hour time and 24 hour time  Perimeter and area of rectangle, square, parallelogram, triangle, circle, trapezium, rectangle, square, parallelogram, triangle, circle, trapezium, Volume of Prism Volume of Prism Measure the length of lines to the nearest cm. Measure the length of/

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right angled triangle is translated to the position shown to make a rectangles. Calculate the area of the parallelogram. The formula for the area of a parallelogram is the _________ as a rectangle. Half the _____ of the parallel sides. ________ the distance between them. That is how you calculate, area of a ___________. Calculate the area of the trapezium. Area and Perimeter www.missbsresources.com Geometry Complete the sentences The radius is _______/

GCSE Higher Revision Starters 7

GCSE Higher Revision Starters 7 Grade D/C – calculating areas Calculate the size of the shaded area 4cm 60cm² - 36cm² = 24cm² 6cm 10cm Area of circle = 36π Area of trapezium = 50 Shaded area = (36π – 50)cm² Give your answer in terms of π 12cm 5cm 8cm Give your answer in terms of π (256 - 64π)cm² 8cm Grade /How many 2cm cubes will fit inside the cuboid? 30 cubes 6cm 4cm 10cm Give the volume in terms of π 800π cm³ 8cm 20cm Area of triangle = 24cm² Vol = 24 x 3 = 72cm³ 6cm 3cm 8cm Grade B – Solving simultaneous/

The potential of posing more challenging mathematics tasks and ways of supporting students to engage in such tasks. Peter Sullivan Sullivan MAT Nov 2013.

Region YEAR 7 Establish the formulas for areas of rectangles, triangles and parallelograms and use these in problem solving Calculate volumes of rectangular prisms YEAR 8 Choose appropriate units of measurement for area and volume and convert from one unit to another volume Find perimeters and areas of parallelograms, trapeziums, rhombuses and kites Investigate the relationship between features of circles such as circumference, area, radius and diameter. Use formulas to solve/

Volume & Surface Area of Solids Revision of Area

and b = -4 does a2 – 3b2 = 57 Q4. Calculate Tuesday, 11 April 2017 Created by Mr.Lafferty Revision of Areas www.mathsrevision.com Any Type of Triangle Level 4 Any Type of Triangle Rhombus and kite www.mathsrevision.com Parallelogram Trapezium Circle Compiled by Mr. Lafferty Maths Dept. Area Level 4 Learning Intention Success Criteria We are revising area of basic shapes. Know formulae. Use formulae correctly. www.mathsrevision/

Lesson Plan – Lesson 7 Volume Mental and Oral Starter In groups pupils to discuss what volume means and then calculate the volume of the 3D shapes shown.

the probing question using mini white boards. Objectives and Habits of Mind To calculate the volume of a cube by counting multi link (Level 4.) To calculate the volume of a cube using a formula. To calculate the volume of a cuboids using a formula. (Level 6) To calculate the volume of prisms and cylinders by first finding the area of the cross section. (Level 7) To discuss and compare approaches/