# Excel

Equation Balance (88kb)

Interactive scales to illustrate solving simple equations.

Also displays algebraic solution.

Gradient of a Straight Line (49kb)

Develop and practice the gradient formula.

Whole class with projector or single pupil use.

Straight Line Generator (37kb)

Displays random straight lines with equation in form y = mx + c.

Equation can be shown or hidden.

Whole class with projector or single pupil use.

Coin Toss (300kb)

Investigate probability with this interactive coin tossing spreadsheet.

Cops & Robbers (90kb)

Use coordinates and problem solving to catch Ronny the Robber among the city blocks.

Similar to the MicroSmile game Rhino.

Feds & Felons (110kb)

Use coordinates, Pythagoras and problem solving to catch Frankie the Felon among the city blocks.

Similar to the MicroSmile game Elephant.

Coordinates Treasure Map (364kb)

Identify the locations of various pirate related objects on the treasure map.

One or four quadrants, show or hide answers.

Transforming Trig Functions (45kb)

Explore transformations of the sine and cosine functions.

Volume of a Cuboid (146kb)

Interactive worksheet for pupils containing ten V=lbh questions.

Interactive Thermometer (29kb)

Practice reading a thermometer scale. -10 to 10 degrees.

Negative Numbers (102kb)

Test yourself adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing negative numbers.

Expanding Brackets (33kb)

Generate worksheets to print out for multiplying a single bracket by a negative multiplier.

Press F9 to create new questions.

Dice (28kb)

Investigate probability with this interactive die throwing spreadsheet.

Calculating Percentages Without a Calculator (31kb)

Creates endless percentage worksheets to print out.

Press F9 to create new questions.

Countdown (1003kb)

Excel version of game show with letters, numbers & conundrum games.

These are great but I want to make some changes to one or two. Can you give me the password? Thanks

Hi, the password is either ‘hardsums’ or no password (just hit enter).

I’m glad you find them useful.

Regards,

Michael