Sketching the curve of a rational function, f(t)= t^2/(t+3), is discussed in this screen capture video.
This video is part of a collection on ?Plymouth University’s Mathematical Sciences YouTube channel.
Use these tips to help your students successfully calculate reacting masses and limiting agents
Write balanced equations and calculate reacting masses and moles to find the limiting reagent
Work with out of department colleagues to help your students acquire essential literacy and numeracy skills
Find out about the discovery and use of aspirin with this research and presentation task for groups of 16–18 year-old learners
Explore the use of painkillers and their other effects: antipyretic, anti-inflammatory and antirheumatic. Includes kit list and safety instructions.
Heat, react, convert and separate oil of wintergreen to create 2-hydroxybenzoic acid. Includes kit list and safety instructions.
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