MEI Online Resources

Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI) is a membership organisation and a charity. Since the 1960s, MEI has worked to support mathematics teaching and learning. Any income generated through MEI’s work is used to support mathematics education. MEI emphasises understanding and enjoyment of mathematics and also highlights the importance of mathematics in industry and commerce and pioneers the development of innovative teaching and learning resources, including extensive online materials to support all major examination syllabuses. MEI manages the government-funded Further Mathematics Support Programme, providing advice and support for teachers of AS/A level Mathematics and Further Mathematics in schools and colleges throughout England.

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MEI FP1

MEI Online provide a selection of resources for students following their Further Pure 1 Mathematics course. Complex Numbers are covered in detail and include a demonstration of the Argand diagram, as well as Powerpoint presentations which show useful techniques for factorising polynomials. There are thorough study...
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2000 - 2009

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AQA FP1

These MEI Online resources are suitable for use by students studying AQA Further Pure Mathematics 1 (FP1). Topics covered include Complex Numbers, an Introduction to the addition, subtraction and multiplication of Matrices, as well as Matrix transformation. There are detailed study notes and exercises, as well as...
Publication date:
2000 - 2009

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Edexcel FP1

These MEI Online resources are suitable for use by students studying Edexcel Further Pure Mathematics 1 (FP1). There are detailed study notes for complex numbers, Powerpoint presentations to demonstrate techniques for factorising polynomials, demonstrations of the Argand diagram, topic related tests and activities...
Publication date:
2000 - 2009

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OCR FP1

MEI Online provide a selection of resources for students following the OCR Further Pure 1 Mathematics course. Complex Numbers are covered in detail and include a demonstration of the Argand diagram, as well as Powerpoint presentations which show useful techniques for factorising polynomials. There are thorough...
Publication date:
2000 - 2009

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Laverne Thomas

Interesting activities. looking forward to using these with my students.

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