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Many of the projects below are designed for MYP mathematics years 4 and 5 and contain task specific rubrics. Move your mouse over each image for a description of the mathematical content. For solutions (where available) please click on the "Contact" tab above. To view the project click on the image.
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How Do Flowers Grow?
Content: Right-angled Trigonometry
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Why Do We See Things Differently From Different Positions?
Content: Ratio, Similarity
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How Can We Determine Phases of the Moon?
Content: Non-right-angled Trigonometry
Creating Randomly Generated Terrain in Excel
Content: Absolute and Relative References
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Running in the Rain
Content: Logic, Programming
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Why Do Elephants Have Big Ears?
Content: Surface Area, Volume
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Buffon's Needle
Content: Excel, Geogebra, Calculus
Creating Stereograms in Excel or Scratch
Content: Logic, Programming
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How Can We Make Optimum Use of Our Resources?
Content: Surface Area, Volume, Optimisation
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How Do Simple Rules Create Complicated Structures?
Content: Sequences, Series
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How Do Functions Shape Our World?
Content: Functions, Transformations
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Modelling the Spread of Infectious Diseases
Content: Patterns, Relationships
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Are We All Related?
Content: Patterns, Relationships, Sequences, Series
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Approximating the Normal Distribution
Content: Probability, Statistics
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A Circle Drawing Competition
Content: Coordinate Geometry, Statistics
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A New Kind of Speed Control
Content: Ratio, Similarity