Intermediate 2 – Unit 1 Practice NAB

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Unit 1 Practice NAB 1

Unit 1 Practice NAB 2

Supported study Tuesday’s (Mrs Scarffe) and Wednesday’s (Mr H)

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Linear Relationships

In this topic you will learn how to:

  • determine the gradient of a straight line
  • sketch a straight line given its equation in the form y = ax + b
  • determine the equation of a straight line in the form y = ax + b from its graph

Class exercises: Int2 Unit 1 – Linear Relationships

Homework: Outcome 1.3 – Linear Relationships – Due date TBA (will be issued in August)

If you have missed any of the topic or would like extra explanation and practice please look at these revision notes from the Maths4Scotland Int2 website:

Linear Relationships

Please comment below if you have any questions about the homework exercise or the topic.

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Volumes of Solids

In this topic you will learn how to:

  • calculate the volumes of a prism, cone and sphere
  • calculate the volume of a composite solid

Class exercises: Int2 Unit 1 – Volumes of Solids

Homework: Outcome 1.2 – Volume – Due date Thursday 20th June

If you have missed any of the topic or would like extra explanation and practice please look at these revision notes from the Maths4Scotland Int2 website:

Volumes of Solids

Please comment below if you have any questions about the homework exercise or the topic.

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Calculations Involving Percentages

In this topic you will learn how to:

  • carry out calculations involving percentages in appropriate contexts, e.g. compound interest, appreciation/depreciation
  • round calculated values using significant figures

Class exercises: Int2 Unit 1 – Calculations Involving Percentages

Homework: Outcome 1.1 – Calculations Involving Percentages – due Thursday 13th June

If you have missed any of the topic or would like extra explanation and practice please look at these revision notes from the Maths4Scotland Int2 website:

Compound Interest

Appreciation/Depreciation and Reversing

Please comment below if you have any questions about the homework exercise or the topic.

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