Integral Maths host a comprehensive collection of maths resources covering AS/A Level Mathematics and Further Mathematics, Core Maths & more.
It is a paid subscription that we have a username and password for, you can use this as long as you are a student at Barton Peveril. You can find the username and password at BPMaths.com
Have a look at their video below giving a quick run-through of the Integral system and how it can benefit you.
It’s easy to give it a try, download the app and take a photo of one of the questions below:
How long will it take a 1500 W motor to lift a 300 kg piano to a sixth-story window 20 m above?
What are the differences between active and passive transport?
In the reaction of lead nitrate with magnesium chloride, what is the spectator ion?
An electric device delivers a current of 5.0 A for 10 seconds. How many electrons flow through this device?
State the possible rational zeros for the function f(x)=3×3+11×2+5x−3
Find the distance between points ( -3 , 7 ) and ( 4 , 1 ).
What does the green light symbolize at the end of the book?
Who is Anne Hutchinson? How does Hawthorne feel about her?
Why does Elisa begin to trust the stranger and invite him into her garden?
What does Crusoe’s second trip to Guinea reveal about his character?
What was one purpose of the Marshall Plan of 1948?
Who was Elizabeth Cady Stanton?
Why was 1968 a year of turmoil in US history?
What part did Washington play in the French and Indian War?
It’s so simple to use Photomath, just open the app and use the camera on your phone to view the equation, you’ll get an instant solution. With handwriting recognition too, you can find the answer to even the toughest math problems within seconds. Each answer will also provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to solve the equation so you can learn at the same time!
There isn’t an easy way to describe Wolfram Alpha so I’ll take the description straight from the creators:
” Wolfram|Alpha takes questions—from arithmetic to calculus, from conversions to complex systems—and calculates the answers.
Try your most challenging problems at wolframalpha.com. “
” With our massive, crowdsourced collection of real-world data, models, methods and algorithms, you can compute anything in any subject, from algebra to zoology. By gathering and building on systematized knowledge from science, math, language and more, Wolfram|Alpha provides a definitive source for getting real answers to factual queries—putting the world’s knowledge at your fingertips. ”
If that doesn’t quite make sense, take a look at the video below:
Don’t just take our word for it, watch this demo:
Explore math with Desmos. Graph functions, plot data, evaluate equations, explore transformations, and much more – for free!
It’s not just serious stuff over at Desmos, you can plot mathematical functions to make all sorts of images.
If you’re a maths student at Barton, TLMaths probably doesn’t need any introduction.
If you don’t know what TLMaths is though, it is 3,000 videos created by our very own Jack Brown to help everyone teach themselves Maths.Read more