MathsFiles-Mike Hadden

For a site with an extensive collection of Excel files for both GCSE and A level – see Mike Hadden’s MathsFiles site.
There are other  resources also, including some for Autograph. Mike now has a blog where you can find out more about his Excel files for teaching (scroll down) and also learn more about macros – have a look at the Macro Recorder Demo.

A useful feature to help explore the Excel files is the option to see a screenshot.

These spreadsheets could be usefully used for demonstrations in the classroom and students could then study the examples further themselves.

The A Level files include resources for Statistics and Mechanics as well as Pure Mathematics.

The Trapezium rule resource shows a very clear diagram and allows the user to choose the number of strips.

The Statistics resources include a Normal trainer with the option to study ‘backwards’ problems and a very clear contingency table calculator.

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