GCSE Maths Coursework 2005 T Shape!? Watch
Thanks for your time
From John Wood
Hope this isn't too late!
Ok. To start the coursework you need to create a table of numbers (10x10 usually does the trick.) Now, create T shapes in different places on the grid e.g. squares 1, 2, 3, 12 & 22 make one T shape. Record your findings into a table of results and analyse your findings - this should give you a good start to the investigation and allow you to form some ideas.
Hope this helps - good luck
Let me know how it goes
"Emma's Dilema"....My brother hasnt been to school for a long time and doesnt have a clue on what to do.
Any help/advice would be apprectiated
anyway, the drill's the same: do a table with the first x number of results, work out a formula using the number. prove the formula relating it to the pattern. Then investigate another more complex shape.
Sorry, that is quite jumbled, but it gives you an idea of what sort of investigation I did to begin with and how I advanced/extended my investigation.... and as I said, sorry I cant remember the formulae, I did it when i was 13