**Monday Lesson:**

Intro to Exponential Functions

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Intro to Logarithms

**Monday Lesson:**

Intro to Exponential Functions

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Intro to Logarithms

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Proof - Exercise 7D

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Proof by Exhaustion - Exercise 7E

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Cancelled - University Trip

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Algebraic Fractions & Algebraic Division

**Thursday Lesson:**

Factor Theorem

**Monday Lesson:**

Variable Acceleration

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Variable Acceleration - Integration

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Pulley Systems

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Pulleys Exercise 10F

**Thursday Lesson:**

Particles Connected Vertically

**Monday Lesson:**

Vectors Mixed Exercise 11

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Intro to Forces and Motion

**Tuesday Lesson**:

Vectors

Review of GCSE Vectors

All Vectors Questions Q1 - Q10

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Representing Vectors

IT Problem - No Lesson Notes

**Thursday Lesson:**

Vectors - Geometric Proofs

**Monday Lesson:**

Finish Mixed Exercise 13

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Complete Integration Assessment

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Complete Differentiation Assessment

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Integration Mixed Exercise 13

**Thursday Lesson:**

Mixed Exercise 13 Continued

**Monday Lesson:**

Harder Differentiation Modelling Problems

Harder Differentiation Modelling Solutions

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Revision for Differentiation Assessment

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Integration

TheMathsTeacher Integration of Polynomials Lesson Notes

TheMathsTeacher Integration of Polynomials Exercise

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Exercise 13C & 13D

**Thursday Lesson:**

Area Between Two Curves

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Intro to Stationary Points

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Applying Calculus

**Thursday Lesson:**

Maxima and Minima Exam Questions

Calculus

**Monday Lesson:**

Intro to Differentiation

Lesson Notes - from TheMathsTeacher.com

See video lesson Differentiating Polynomial Functions (20 mins)

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Differentiation - Tangents and Normals

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Mixed Exercise

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Vertical SUVAT

**Thursday Lesson:**

Review of Vertical SUVAT

Students solve problems on board

**Tuesday Lesson:**

SUVAT Exercise 9C

**Wednesday Lesson:**

SUVAT Exercise 9D

**Thursday Lesson:**

Intro to Vertical Motion

**Tuesday Lesson:**

In Mr Smith's absence please work on Mixed Exercise 6

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Exercise 6F

**Thursday Lesson:**

MEI Circles Questions

Intro to Coordinate Geometry of the Circle

**Tuesday Lesson:**

**Wednesday Lesson:**

Continue exploring circle coordinate geometry - Exercise 6B

**Thursday Lesson:**

Circles - Exercise 6C

Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

**Monday Lesson:**

Working through Exercises 5E and 5F

Distance between Points

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Working through Exercises 5F, 5G and 5H.

Coordinate Geometry - Straight Line

**Tuesday Lesson**

Exercises 5A & 5B

**Wednesday Lesson**

Exercises 5C & 5D

Straight Line Coordinate Geometry

**Monday Lesson Objectives:**

To be able to:

- Find gradient of line between two given points
- Find distance between two given points
- Find midpoint between two given points
- Recognise parallel and perpendicular lines
- Find eqn of line through given point with given gradient
- Find eqn of line through two given points

Support:

TheMathsTeacher - Coordinate Geometry Basics (25 mins)

**Tuesday Lesson:**

Algebra Mixed Exercise 1 Recap

Lesson Objectives:

To be able to:

- Expand brackets
- Factorise algebraic expressions

Please complete the following homework on file paper and hand in on Tuesday 12 March.

This is a major piece of work consisting of 5 Edexcel exam questions worth 54 marks. It will take at least an hour and a half so do not leave it until the last minute. Joint solutions are not allowed so do not work together on these problems.

Please complete Connected Particles Review Homework and hand in on Monday 4 March.

Please complete over half-term and mark from the solutions provided.

Here is a short video working through an example of differentiating a polynomial term from first principles.

Differentiating f(x) = x^{4} (4:33)

Differentiating f(x) = x^{4} lesson notes

Further Practice:

Here is a short video recap on Completing the Square (6:51)

Completing the Square Recap Lesson Notes

Now complete this 6 question exercise and email your work to me by Sunday 6 January.

Have a good New Year.

Here is a question on the Quadratic Discriminant together with mark scheme and video solution:

Quadratic Discriminant Example Solution

Now complete this exercise and email your solutions to me by Sunday 30 December.

Have a good Christmas.

Complete Mixed Exercise 2 on pages 35-36 of the blue textbook.

Solutions to be scanned and emailed to Mr Smith by Sunday 23 December.

Watch TheMathsTeacher Video - Integration of Polynomial Functions (25 mins)

Print the Lesson Notes for your file

Do and self-mark the associated exercise

Please complete the attached 3 questions and hand in on Monday.

The third question has similarities with the farm fence problem we considered. If you cannot do the first part you can still use their given result to do the following parts.

Please watch the 23 minute video lesson: Non-Linear Simultaneous Equations.

Print off these lesson notes for your file.

Do the associated exercise and self-marl from the solutions provided.

You should have the work with you for inspection on Monday 20 December.

All NOYT2 students are required to redo the Year 12 Pure Maths Assessment and hand in next Tuesday 11 December.

You may use your notes and textbooks to help you, but the work must be entirely your own.

Please complete these final two questions on Circles and hand in at Monday's lesson.

Please complete these questions on circles and hand in next lesson Tuesday 30 October.

Please complete these 3 exam questions and hand in tomorrow. You may need to add additional paper if you are printing the questions off.

Please complete and hand in next Tuesday 8 October:

Mixed Exercise 5 Page 109 - Q9, Q10, Q11 and Q12.

Please complete the exercise and self-mark from solutions provided at end of exercise.

Please watch video lesson on Surds

Print off lesson notes for your file

Complete and self mark the Exercise

Please watch the video lesson Rules of Indices

Print and file the lesson notes

Complete and self mark the exercise

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