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### The Argand Diagram

This MEI online interactive resource for complex numbers demonstrates the Argand diagram.

This flash file can be used to plot a point in the complex plane. In this plane on the horizontal axis are the real numbers and on the vertical axis are the imaginary numbers. The point can be picked up an moved into...

### Loci in the Argand Diagram

This MEI interactive resource for complex numbers demonstrates loci in the Argand diagram.

The flash file can be used to plot a point in the complex plane. In this plane on the horizontal axis are the real numbers and on the vertical axis are the imaginary numbers. The point can be picked up and moved into...

### Complex Numbers: 10 Questions

MEI provides this interactive resource for complex numbers.

Random questions are generated for calculations using complex numbers and correct answers are provided where necessary. Students aim to answer ten questions correctly in a row.

It is a useful resource which enables students to reinforce their...

### The Argand Diagram

This MEI interactive resource for complex numbers demonstrates the Argand diagram.

This flash file can be used to plot a point in the complex plane. In this plane on the horizontal axis are the real numbers and on the vertical axis are the imaginary numbers. The point can be picked up and moved into all four...

### Differentiation Exercise

This interactive resource, produced by the University of Leicester, is designed to enable students to explore the differential function of a polynomial and conclude by forming a generalisation.

An instruction page explains to students that they should draw a polynomial. Then by sliding the slider the...

### Performing Number Magic A9

In this resource from the DfE Standards Unit, students analyse simple number 'tricks', and explain how they work, using algebra. They then try to create their own variants of the trick, making it more impressive. Students will: develop an understanding of linear expressions and equations; make simple conjectures...

### Air Tracking of a Ground Object

This engineering resource, produced by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI) for the Royal Academy of Engineering, asks the question: how can a camera, mounted on a helicopter, be used to track the location of a ground-based object?

A number of discussion ideas are considered before using 2D and 3D...

### Power Demand

This engineering resource, produced by Mathematic in Education and Industry (MEI) for the Royal Academy of Engineering, asks the question: how can you predict future power requirements?

Students are required to complete a table by substituting values into a formula and plot a graph. The interactive file can...

### Resistor Production

This engineering resource, produced by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI) for the Royal Academy of Engineering, asks the question: how can production outcome data from a manufacturing process be analysed to optimise the process?

Students consider the outputs of resistors to see the outcomes form a...

### Simple Gears and Transmission

This engineering resource, produced by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI) for the Royal Academy of Engineering, asks the question: how are transmissions designed so that they provide the force, speed and direction required, and how efficient is the design?

Students consider the physical...