## Parallel Vectors

Collect together in groups the vectors that are parallel to each other.

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## Square and Cube Roots

Find square roots and cube roots by first calculating the prime factorisation of a number.

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## Plotting Scatter Graphs

Plot scatter graphs from data representing a number of different everyday situations.

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## Quadratic and Cubic Sequences

Deduce expressions to calculate the nth term of quadratic and cubic sequences.

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## The Maths of Gambling

Gambling is never a good idea and this activity might help you understand the mathematics involved.

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## Power Shift

Arrange the given numbers as bases and indices in the three-term sum to make the target total.

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## Trafalgar Square

Solve the number puzzles drawn on the pavement of Trafalgar Square in London.

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## Parallel Graphs

Collect together in groups the equations of the graphs that are parallel to each other.

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## Surds

A self-marking exercise on calculating, simplifying and manipulating surds (also known as radicals).

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## Congruent Parts

Use the colours to dissect the outlines into congruent parts.

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## Sequences Table Challenge

Complete the table showing the terms of the sequences and the formulas for the nth terms.

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## Groups of Four

A simplified, mathematical version of the challenge seen in the British TV programme Only Connect. Find the connections between the terms.

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## Standard Form Algebra

Deeply test your understanding of standard form (scientific notation) by involving a little algebra.

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## Perpendicular Pairs

Find the pairs of equations that will produce perpendicular graphs.

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## Math vs Maths Pairs

Match the British and American words for mathematical concepts.

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## Similar Parts

Use the colours to dissect the outlines into similar parts.

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## Window View

Drag the 20 flowers into the gardens so that 9 flowers are visible from each window of the house.

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## Yes No Questions

A game to determine the mathematical item by asking questions that can only be answered yes or no.

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## Equation of a Line Through Points

Match the equations of the straight line graphs to the clues about gradients and points.

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## Parts of Sequences

Find the formula that describes the part of the sequence that can be seen

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## Quartiles

Practise processing the sets of numbers to find the lower and upper quartiles.

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## Circle Equations

Recognise and use the equation of a circle with centre at the origin and the equation of a tangent to a circle.

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