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This is a math education page. We share free mathematics lessons and posts for Y10 and AS/AL Mathema

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20/06/2022

English Medium Mathematics Group Classes for G.C.E O/L Batch 2022.
Both physical and online batches.
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The class details will be sent to students who fill in the form.
Our classes will cover:
✅ Step by Step explanation from the basics.
✅ Question practice.
✅ Exam style questions and past paper discussions.
✅ Exam tips and easy scoring methods.
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Abdullah Nazeer - B.Sc. in Mathematics, OTHM L6 in Education (R)

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04/11/2021

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02/11/2021

This video discusses the first three laws of indices and the logical reasoning behind them along with them examples.
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https://youtu.be/lxjVrpDl1Q8

Substituting values into algebraic expressions with example problems.
targeted for year 10 math students - (IGCSE Cambridge, IGCSE Edexcel, IB MYP, GCSE, GCE, etc.)
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Cochleoid 👇 read more...

The name means the snail-form curve. It was discussed by J Peck in 1700. The form given here is due to a Belgium Joseph Neuberg. The name originated in 1884 with writers Benthan and Falkenburg.

The polar equation is r = a * sin(theta) / theta

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https://youtu.be/FUJlodFjzuw

Simplifying algebraic terms using the laws of exponents with example questions.
targeted for year 10 math students - (IGCSE Cambridge, IGCSE Edexcel, IB MYP, GCSE, GCE, etc.)
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Puzzle time!

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puzzle time!

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Laws of exponents part II with examples. This video explains the laws of exponents with logical reasoning and examples.

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Laws of exponents with examples. This video explains the laws of exponents with logical reasoning and examples.

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puzzle 5

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Spiral of Archimedes

This spiral was studied by Archimedes in about 225 BC in a work 'On Spirals'.
The polar equation to this spiral is, r = aθ.

Archimedes was able to work out the lengths of various tangents to the spiral which can be used to trisect an angle and square the circle.

The curve can be used as a cam to convert uniform angular motion into uniform linear motion. The cam consists of one arch of the spiral above the x-axis together with its reflection in the x-axis. Rotating this with uniform angular velocity about its centre will result in uniform linear motion of the point where it crosses the y-axis.

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08/10/2021

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A quick and easy way to find the turning point of a quadratic function in seconds, without completing the square or plotting a graph.

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The trident of newton

The curve in the image is called "The trident of Newton" given by the equation:
xy = ax^3 + bx^2 + cx + d, where a ≠ 0.

The curve occurs in Newton's study of cubics. It is contained in his classification of cubic curves which appears in 'Curves by Sir Isaac Newton' in 'Lexicon Technicum' by John Harris published in London in 1710.

Newton was the first to undertake such a systematic study of cubic equations and he classified them into 72 different cases. In fact, he missed six cases in his classification. The trident is the 66th species in his classification and Newton gives the graph essentially looking identical to the graph given above.

Newton states some properties of his trident. For example, he states that the curve has four infinite legs and that the y-axis is an asymptote to two tending towards contrary parts. He also comments that this figure is that parabola by which D. Cartes (Descartes) constructed equations of six dimensions.
Therefore it is sometimes also referred to as the "Parabola of Descartes" even though it is not a parabola by shape. The name trident is due to Newton.

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Multiplying algebraic terms with examples. This video discusses how to multiply algebraic terms on an introductory level. This is just to give an overview into understanding how multiplications work in algebra.

These lessons are targeted for students in year 10 - aimed to provide them with a good conceptual understanding and help them score in their assessments and tests.
The content produced here supports major/popular curriculums like IGCSE Cambridge, IGCSE Edexcel, IB MYP, GCSE, GCE and many other popular curriculums.

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Logic time!!! - puzzle 03
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Addition and Subtraction of algebraic terms and simplifying them with examples. This also addresses some of the misconceptions that students have in algebra with practical examples.

These lessons are targeted for students in year 10 - aimed to provide them with a good conceptual understanding and help them score in their assessments and tests.
The content produced here supports major/popular curriculums like IGCSE Cambridge, IGCSE Edexcel, IB MYP, GCSE, GCE and many other popular curriculums.

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Logic time!!! Puzzle - 02

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https://youtu.be/nWWyIOXxhPk

This is the second video of a new lesson series on algebra. this covers the concept of like and unlike terms.

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The content produced here supports major/popular curriculums like IGCSE Cambridge, IGCSE Edexcel, IB MYP, GCSE, GCE and many other popular curriculums.

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Algebra short note card.
Distributive law with examples.

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https://youtu.be/u7ubs3VwFb4

This is the first video of a new lesson series on algebra. this covers the very basics of algebra and progresses all the way to cover the content required for Y10 exams.

The content produced here supports major/popular curriculums like IGCSE Cambridge, IGCSE Edexcel, IB MYP, GCSE, GCE and many other popular curriculums.

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Logic time!!!!

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Introduction to algebra - keywords
Short note cards.


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Circle theorem 5 - Angles in the alternate segments.
Short note cards.


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https://youtu.be/yCG97nsB-X8

This is the very last video on the lesson sets. Problem-solving involving three sets III - Exam type questions.
Check out the entire playlist for the complete lesson series on sets.
Also please comment below on which topic I should do my next video series.
The content produced here supports major/popular curriculums like IGCSE Cambridge, IGCSE Edexcel, IB MYP, GCSE, GCE and many other popular curriculums.
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Problems solving in Venn diagrams - 3 sets. (part II)
Exam type questions - Full explanation.
Suitable for IGCSE / GCSE / GCE / IB MYP students.



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Circle theorem IV:
The angles subtended by an arc within the same segment of a circle are equal.

Short note quick reference cards.



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https://youtu.be/T07zl9iJQQ4

Problems solving in Venn diagrams - 3 sets. (part I)
Exam type questions - Full explanation.
Suitable for IGCSE / GCSE / GCE / IB MYP students.



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Circle theorem III:
The angle subtended by an arc at the centre of a circle is twice the angle subtended by the same arc at the circumference of the circle.
Short note quick reference cards.



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https://youtu.be/qH-CTr4Kbus

Shading Venn diagrams - 3 sets.
An easy method to shade Venn diagrams.
Suitable for IGCSE / GCSE / GCE / IB MYP students.



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https://youtu.be/sva6fIlpfRM

The third part on solving real-world problems involving Sets and Venn diagrams.
The content produced here is suitable for year 10 students and supports major/popular curriculums like IGCSE Cambridge, IGCSE Edexcel, IB MYP, GCSE, GCE and many other popular curriculums.

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Circle theorems 01
Short note reference cards.

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08/09/2021

https://youtu.be/dXSyz8g8xwE

The second part on solving real-world problems involving Sets and Venn diagrams.
The content produced here is suitable for year 10 students and supports major/popular curriculums like IGCSE Cambridge, IGCSE Edexcel, IB MYP, GCSE, GCE and many other popular curriculums.

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Circle theorems 02
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06/09/2021

Solving real-world problems involving Sets and Venn diagrams.
The content produced here is suitable for year 10 students and supports major/popular curriculums like IGCSE Cambridge, IGCSE Edexcel, IB MYP, GCSE, GCE and many other popular curriculums.

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Introduction to differentiation | The first principles of differentiation - A simple derivation 05/09/2021

Introduction to derivatives.
The concept and derivation behind the first principles of differentiation.

The idea behind the definition of derivatives and how the formula of the first principles came about is discussed in very simple terms so that it is beginner friendly for students who are new to the calculus course.
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Introduction to differentiation | The first principles of differentiation - A simple derivation This video discusses about one of the fundamental definitions in calculus which is the definition of the first derivative. In here, the idea behind the defin...

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