Geometry & Measures

In this unit students will learn how to use vectors in Maths. They will start by understanding vector notation, including column vectors and learning properties of parallel vectors (including those…

In this unit students will learn how to use vectors in Maths. They will start by understanding vector notation, including column vectors and learning properties of parallel vectors (including those…

This is a complete lesson on proving lines are parallel using vectors that looks at how to use vectors to show the three points are co-linear or that 2 lines…

This is a complete lesson on solving geometrical problems with vectors that looks at how to use vectors in the context of geometry problems, including problems with vectors split in…

This is a complete lesson on vector calculations that looks at how to express vectors, including as column vectors, and how to find the length of a vector. The lesson…

This is a complete lesson on vector notation that looks at how to express vectors, including as column vectors, and how to find the length of a vector. The lesson…

This is a complete lesson on equations of tangents that looks at how to calculate the equation of a tangent to a circle at a given point. The lesson is…

In this unit, students will learn about coordinate geometry in the context of circles. They will start by finding the equation of tangents to the circle at a point by…

In this unit, students will use circle theorems to solve angle problems. They will learn how to prove and use the facts that the angle in a semi-circle is 90°,…

This is a complete lesson on the alternate segment theorem that will teach students to prove and use the alternate segment theorem. The lesson is designed with the new GCSE…

This is a complete lesson on tangent properties that will teach students to prove and use properties of tangents to circles. The lesson is designed with the new GCSE specification…

This is a complete lesson on cyclic quadrilaterals that will teach students to prove and use the rule that opposite angles in a cyclic quadrilateral add up to 180 degrees.…