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The Bungee Jumper: a simple mathematical model

Exploring the energy transfers as a bungee jumper falls by considering each of the three stores (kinetic, gravitational and elastic) as a function of x and then summing.

Author: Ian Galloway

Område:  STEM

Labels: Acceleration, Algebra, Dynamic Simulations, Functions, Mathematical thinking, Mechanics, Modelling, Physics, Sharing Inspiration 2019, Stochastics

Transversals in Triangles

Simple properties of medians, central verticals, angle bisectors and heights are shown.The idea is to show that it is not self-evident, that transversal lines in a triangle intersect in one…

Author: Dieter Bergmann

Område:  Mathematics

Labels: 2D shapes, Algebra, Analysis, Analytic Geometry, Animations, Calculus, Chaos, Derivative, Didactics, Dynamic Simulations, Dynamic Systems, Equations, Function Plotter, Functions, Geometry, Graphing, Sharing Inspiration 2017, Solving equations, Triangle, Zeros

Earth-Moon Model

Constructing a scale model of the Earth and Moon in a classroom.

Author: Nevil Hopley

Område:  STEM

Labels: E-Learning, Algebra, Modelling

A Lunar Ellipse

Students consider the question "What is the shape of the curve forming the terminator of the crescent moon?" They then calculate the area of the crescent and graph its variation over one m…

Author: Ian Galloway

Område:  STEM

Labels: 3D Geometry, Coding, Algebra, Randomness, Angles, STEM, Area, T3, Ellipse, TI-Innovator, Frequency, Modelling, Physics, Sine

Angle Theorems

Traditional angle theorems explored in a far from traditional way!

Author: Barrie Galpin

Labels: Algebra

Dissecting squares

A square is dissected to form three triangles and a quadrilateral. What fraction of the square is each part?

Author: Barrie Galpin

Labels: Fractions, Scattergraphs, Algebra, Geometry

The sheep-pen problem

Recognise a quadratic in a realistic context and solve an optimisation problem

Author: Barrie Galpin

Labels: Quadratic, Perimeter, Area, Algebra

M3 - Das Grundgesetz der Mechanik (2. Newton`sches Axiom)

Das Grundgesetz der Mechanik beschreibt die Wirkung einer Kraft auf die Bewegung eines
Körpers.

Publisher: T3 Deutschland - Materialien

Author: Mirco Tewes

Område:  Physics, STEM

Labels: Algebra