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Four problem-solving activities on the theme of track cycling.
Publisher: Texas Instruments UK
Editor: Barrie Galpin
Author: Jonathan Powell
Tags: Data, Tables, Sport, Geometry
TI-Nspire for GCSE and IGCSE
Use your Nspire, effectively, to pick up extra marks in your GCSE or IGCSE exam.
Author: David Getling
Tags: Exponential, Linear, Frequency, Simultaneous equations, Fractions, Averages, Tables, Leaf diagram, Range, Mode, Mean, Box plots, Interest, Factorising, Cumulative frequency, Quartiles and interquartile range, Solving equations, Quadratic, Inequalities, Data, Median, Arithmetic
Shoe Sizes with Box Plots
Introducing boxplots and using them to compare very large data sets.
Author: Jay Timotheus
Tags: Data, Box plots, Time series
Exploring our Solar System
Detailed data for the properties of the planets with 10 pages of questions.
Author: Bikash Jain, Stephen Arnold
Tags: Data, STEM, Physics
Premier League Goals
Compare frequencies of goals scored per team per match and resulting scorelines.
Topic: Mathematics, STEM
Tags: Data, Frequency, Sport, Probability, Coding
Compare the weather
Use data display and statistical calculations to investigate weather data for 20 world locations with very different climates.
Author: Linda Tetlow
Tags: Data, Climate
Real-time population data is used to develop models and make predictions of world population growth.
Tags: Linear, Exponential, Data
What's in your breakfast?
Inequalities and data handling in the context of the nutritional content of breakfast cereals
Topic: Mathematics, Biology
Tags: STEM, Inequalities, Data
Pose a question, set up an experiment and analyse your results using TI-Nspire.
Topic: Physics, STEM
Tags: STEM, Data
Compare real data about the capacity of passenger lifts in the UK and EU
Tags: Data, Box plots, Averages, Regression
Times and winners of the London Marathon (1981-2009).
Tags: Data, Time series, Box plots, Sport, Statistics
Trial and Improvement
Use trial and improvement to find the roots of a quadratic - multiple representations
Tags: Decimals, Data, Differentiation