Graphing Pictures on the Cartesian Plane
A collection of instructions for graphing pictures by plotting points on a Cartesian plane. Great for consolidating Stage 4 plotting points. There are 4 levels of difficulty, which is written at the top of the page when you select a picture.
How To Be Lucky: The Maths Of Chance
Do you know how heavy Uluru is? From the ground up? Lily Serna thinks you do. In this Catalyst, Lily delves into the world of luck. From sharing birthdays to winning at blackjack; playing Aussie rules football to planning air sea rescues, Lily discovers that what can often seem like chance is in fact probability at play. Discover how the maths of luck can put the odds in your favour.
Complete this self-marking challenge to find all the angles. Use your angles knowledge - right angle, straight angle, angle of revolution, vertically opposite angles, angles formed by transversals on parallel lines, angle sum of a triangle and quadrilateral. The harder challenges include the interior angles of a polygon and circle theorems.
Air Traffic Control
A simulation where aircraft are shown flying at the same height and speed, but on different three figure (true) bearings. Are the aircraft safe or will some collide? Use the bearings to work it out, then run the simulation to check your answer.
Guess where the wallaby may be hiding and then type in the coordinates of that point. If you are not correct you will be shown how far your guess is from the wallaby's hiding place. The units used are the length of one side on one of the squares in the grid above. Your challenge is to find all ten wallabies in the smallest number of tries.