Can this get any more fun…?

Here is some stuff about the binomial theorem.

Can this get any more fun…?

Here is some stuff about the binomial theorem.

What happens when the rate of change of x depends on the value of x itself?

Discover some answers here.

SQA – NQ – Past Papers and Marking Instructions. It’s worth taking a particular look at the rules which examiners have to follow.

Some background material on vectors and matrices.

What happens when you try to take the square root of -1?

Here are some useful examples.

Richard Feynman describes how much fun it is to think up explanations of the physical world.

This is my favourite wired.com blog.

I really admire Rhett Allain’s enthusiasm and his willingness to try out explanations of physical phenomena -very publicly.

This gives a clear insight into how physicists (and engineers and applied mathematicians ) think. There is a great deal of working through thought experiments and iterating towards a theory which accounts well for the known observations.

Definitely worth a read-through.

Here is an online magazine with some really **great** content -from introductory to quite advanced. A good source of ideas and explanations.

Here‘s maths teacher Dan Meyer talking about how to get people buying into maths problems by asking a simple question and removing all the spoon-feeding steps (including plugging numbers into formulae).

This man is super-enthusiastic, as well as a very clear thinker.