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### Complex Numbers and Completed Square Form

MEI provides this interactive activity for complex numbers.It shows how completing the square allows students to determine how the graph of y=x2 should be translated to give the graph of the required quadratic equation and how the complex roots of a quadratic equation can be related to the graph of the quadratic...
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2000 - 2009

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### Complex Numbers 1: Introduction - Study Plan and Notes

MEI Online Resources provide this introduction to Complex Numbers for MEI FP1.Detailed notes covering the number system, adding subtracting and multiplying complex numbers, complex conjugates, equations with complex roots, equating real and imaginary parts and crucial points to learn are included, together with a...
Publication date:
2000 - 2009

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### 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 understanding of...
Publication date:
2000 - 2009

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### Complex Numbers 1: Hints and Solutions

This collection of resources from MEI provides a series of hints, which are levelled, to prompt students through the questions in two exercises on complex numbers. Worked solutions for each question are also available.
Publication date:
2000 - 2009

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### Darwin Presentation

Produced by ARKive this presentation introduces Charles Darwin as a naturalist. It tells the story of his life, describes how he was influenced and encouraged by the learning of his friends and contemporaries; and describes the voyage of the Beagle from 1831-36. The presentation illustrates Darwin's skills of...
Publication date:
2010 to date

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### Animal Classification

Produced by ARKive, in this activity students classify animals into broad groups (vertebrates and invertebrates, amphibian, bird, fish, mammal, reptile).In the second section of the activity students are encouraged to use the ARKive website to find out how different species are adapted for the environment they live in.
Publication date:
2010 to date

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