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# Vectors Tick or Trash

£2.00

The four worksheets are

• Worksheet A; This is a tick or trash worksheet with 2 vector diagrams (both parallelograms) and seven questions about these diagrams.
• Worksheet B; This is a tick or trash worksheet with 2 vector diagrams (trapezium and a regular hexagon) and seven questions about these diagrams.
• Worksheet C; This is a tick or trash worksheet with 2 vector diagrams (parallelogram and rectangle) which involve ratio of lengths and six questions about these diagrams.
• Worksheet D; This is an extension worksheet involving two vectors questions with four parts for each question.

## Description

Finding the vectors within 2D shapes is tested here in this Tick or Trash Worksheet pack. There are three different tick or trash worksheets and one extension (independent study) worksheet. The three tick or trash cover a variety of difficulty within this topic; including simple vectors, midpoints and application of ratio. Test your students’ ability to spot mistakes and develop their understanding with this activity. Pupils are given two different answers to a question and have to determine which is correct. They then have to explain what misconception has led to the incorrect answer.

The four worksheets are

• Worksheet A; This is a tick or trash worksheet with 2 vector diagrams (both parallelograms) and seven questions about these diagrams.
• Worksheet B; This is a tick or trash worksheet with 2 vector diagrams (trapezium and a regular hexagon) and seven questions about these diagrams.
• Worksheet C; This is a tick or trash worksheet with 2 vector diagrams (parallelogram and rectangle) which involve ratio of lengths and six questions about these diagrams.
• Worksheet D; This is an extension worksheet involving two vectors questions with four parts for each question.

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