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Ultimate guide to math word problems Intermediate Part Two

Learn to tackle word problems in the easiest way possible!
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• 3.5 hours on-demand video
• 7 Supplemental Resources
• Access on mobile and TV
• Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
• Tackle some of the more challenging problem solving questions at the year 10 level
• Perform calculations on more complicated questions with greater ease due to a strong foundation.
• Take Maths in Year 11 due to the strong foundation obtained from this course.
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Requirements
• Sound understanding of the topics being covered in this course.
• Spend time practicing to really cement the learnings from the course
Description

**May 2016 update: Course completely redesigned with a lot of new questions to further improve your learning**

Welcome to Ultimate guide to maths word problems - Intermediate Part Two. This course is tailored towards Grade 10 students who're looking to get a leg up on their ability to tackle the dreaded word problems. If you have significant trouble with problem solving questions, then I suggest you enroll in Ultimate guide to maths word problems Intermediate Part One before attempting this course as we'll be building on a lot of the things covered in those ones.

What are word problems?

We all learn basic concepts like fractions, decimals, algebra etc. at school. We know how to add fractions or simplify algebraic expressions, but what stumps us is having to apply our knowledge to "real life scenarios". These are word problems. I'm sure you've come across these during your schooling. For example, Luke buys milk and bread on his way home, paying with a \$10 note. If he buys three cartons of milk and two loaves of bread, he receives 5 cents in change. If he buys two cartons of milk and one loaf of bread, he receives \$4.15 in change. How much does each item cost? Show full working.

This is a typical linear-equations based word problem where you have to use the concept of simultaneous equations. Not sure how to do these? Then let me help :)

A lot of students find these types of practical questions quite challenging to answer as they have trouble linking their basic knowledge of linear equations in this case to the real life scenario at hand.

Every topic that I cover in this course will come up in some form in years to come. I go through every single topic in a step by step form so it's really easy for you to follow along. Not convinced? Then I suggest you check out the previews before you decide to enroll, to make sure my teaching style is easy to follow, I am very confident that it is. To go a step further, Udemy's 30-day money back guarantee should also make you feel at ease.

What will this course have?

As I mentioned, this particular course is geared towards students in Year 10. I will go through a number of problem solving / word problem questions, split into the different topics listed below. I go through each question in a systematical step by step manner making it super easy to follow along and adopt in your own workings.

What topics will the course cover?

The course will cover most topics that come up in this grade and are prone to have a lot of worded problems attached to them.

Linear equations, trigonometry, measurement, quadratic equations, probability and finance.

Why did I decide to create two intermediate courses?

If you're wondering this then that was because I saw that the level of difficulty jumps up heaps from Grade 9 to Grade 10 and some new concepts are introduced as well. So instead of piling everything into one course and confuse you, I decided to create two different ones so you could gradually go up in levels :).

**WARNING** I'm going to assume knowledge of how to perform the actual operations involved with these word problems. This course is only to show how to approach the word problems, NOT the operations behind them.

Something missing in the course?

If you find I haven't covered a topic that you need at this level, let me know on the discussion board and I'll be happy to add it in :)

I can guarantee that you'll be miles ahead of the competition if you take this course seriously and best part about being able to do it all is that you can teach others as well. When you're willing to spend upwards of \$50 an hour for a private tutor, it seems like a no brainer to at least give this a go, so that you have access to your very own private tutor any time you wish.

I'm good with messages and emails so if you have questions, make sure to get in touch with me. And furthermore, I want you guys to make full use of the discussion board because one of the best ways to learn is by sharing your knowledge with others. Thanks guys, really hope you enjoy.

Who is the target audience?
• Those looking to improve their ability to do problem solving questions
• Those looking to apply their fundamentals to practical scenarios; something that is really challenging for a lot of students.
• Those students taking Maths in Year 11 and 12. This course will be the perfect foundation before approaching the more advanced topics in these grades.
• Not suitable for those who already have a strong grasp of basic math concepts and can perform related problem solving questions.
• Not suitable for those who are not able to do the actual operations involved with these topics as a lot of knowledge in this regard will be assumed. Please check the curriculum before enrolling.
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Curriculum For This Course
15 Lectures
03:44:19
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Introduction to Ultimate guide to maths word problems - Intermediate Part Two
1 Lecture 05:07

Welcome to Maths Word Problems Part Four. This is a continuation of the topics I covered in Maths Word Problems Part Three. I'll be taking you through a number of topics (check the rest of the curriculum) where I'll be stepping through a number of problem solving questions and showing you a systematic manner to complete these.

Preview 05:07
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Word Problems - Linear equations
2 Lectures 36:02

At the end of these lectures, you will be able to tackle more advanced linear equation inspired word problems. We learn to construct equations from information given and solve them. The questions are much longer and more difficult to discern than my lower level courses; I show you how to effectively do these.

Preview 18:35

At the end of these lectures, you will be able to tackle more advanced linear equation inspired word problems. We learn to construct equations from information given and solve them. The questions are much longer and more difficult to discern than my lower level courses; I show you how to effectively do these.

Linear Equations Part 2
17:27
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Word Problems - Trigonometry
2 Lectures 34:25

At the end of these lectures, you will be able to do more challenging word problems associated with trigonometry. We do a number of questions involving angles of depression and elevation. The questions are typically fairly advanced and require the ability to do trigonometric calculations fluently.

Trigonometry Part 1
16:47

At the end of these lectures, you will be able to do more challenging word problems associated with trigonometry. We do a number of questions involving angles of depression and elevation. The questions are typically fairly advanced and require the ability to do trigonometric calculations fluently.

Trigonometry Part 2
17:38
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Word Problems - Measurement
2 Lectures 31:07

At the end of these lectures, you'll be more comfortable doing word problems involving measurement concepts such as surface area, volume etc.

Measurement Part 1
17:23

At the end of these lectures, you'll be more comfortable doing word problems involving measurement concepts such as surface area, volume etc.

Measurement Part 2
13:44
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2 Lectures 30:21

At the end of these lectures, you'll be able to do challenging questions involving quadratic equations. You'll learn to construct equations from the information given and subsequently solve them. This ability is fundamental to be able to do problem solving questions involving quadratic equations.

16:59

At the end of these lectures, you'll be able to do challenging questions involving quadratic equations. You'll learn to construct equations from the information given and subsequently solve them. This ability is fundamental to be able to do problem solving questions involving quadratic equations.

13:22
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Word Problems - Probability
2 Lectures 23:13

At the end of these lectures, you'll be to do word problems that involve Venn diagrams. complementary and mutually exclusive events in probability.

Probability Part 1
13:33

At the end of these lectures, you'll be to do word problems that involve Venn diagrams. complementary and mutually exclusive events in probability.

Probability Part 2
09:40
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Word Problems - Finance
4 Lectures 55:04

At the end of the finance lectures, you'll be able to perform complicated calculations involving finance based word problems. We go through a number of topics like simple interest, compound interest, depreciation, loan repayments, successive discounts etc. I show you step by step on how to solve questions of these different types.

Finance Part 1
19:11

At the end of the finance lectures, you'll be able to perform complicated calculations involving finance based word problems. We go through a number of topics like simple interest, compound interest, depreciation, loan repayments, successive discounts etc. I show you step by step on how to solve questions of these different types.

Finance Part 2
16:11

At the end of the finance lectures, you'll be able to perform complicated calculations involving finance based word problems. We go through a number of topics like simple interest, compound interest, depreciation, loan repayments, successive discounts etc. I show you step by step on how to solve questions of these different types.

Finance Part 3
19:23

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Bonus lecture
00:19
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