The Maths on Monday Series will cover a range of topics of use to all teachers of science who teach the physics component of GCSE science.
Session 10: Graphs 2 (Liz Nourshargh)
Now that your students can plot accurate graphs, they can use them to solve problems in Physics. Butt how should they use them? Find the gradient? The tangent? Area under the curve? The intercept? In this session we will look at the different ways in which graphs can be used to solve problems in GCSE Physics including lots of examples.
This session will last for 1 hour, with 45 minutes for the main presentation and 15 minutes for questions.
Next session: TBC
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Booking a place
- Places on our Maths course always fill quickly and are generally over-subscribed. We would be grateful if you would only book a place if you can definitely attend. Thank you.
- Bookings will close on Friday 12 March at 08:00 (if spaces are still available) and a link to the session will be sent out later that day along with any preparatory material.
- The number of spaces is limited to 50. However we have a waiting list in case all of the standard spaces are taken.
- Available Spaces: 83
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- Group: Maths on Monday
Bookings are closed for this event.