Do check Excel Resources – Mike Hadden. There are some excellent demonstrations here for GCSE and A Level Maths and Further Maths.
If we look at the A/AS Statistics files we see BinHyp.xls, the notes clearly describe this resource.
We can illustrate this with a question from Edexcel’s sample Statistics paper (Paper 2 question 5):
The resources include several illustrations for the Further Mathematicians also, including resources on Complex Numbers and Matrices.
Further recent updates:
Maths at Home is being regularly updated and checked. I have included Jack Brown’s extensive library of videos which is available on his website, TLMaths.com; these are excellent for independent study. Also added to this post is Oxford University’s Oxford Online Maths Club; the session from Thursday’s livestream is available on their YouTube channel.
A new page is Investigations and Problems for the GeoGebra series and John Tranter’s lovely Algebragons and Fractionagons on Transum Mathematics have been added to this post on Arithmagons which has a large collection of resources on Arithmagons, including a lesson plan from Colin Foster.
Mike Hadden was a valued tutor on the TSM workshops for many years. You are invited to look at the Data and Excel links on
Douglas I learned so many Excel skills from Mike in his workshops when I came to the TSM Conference some years back.