Tarsia - Binomial Theorem

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A Tarsia activity by Alan Catley. Basically a series of past exam questions but the first time this was used I gave all three terms. This was a disaster as the students were able to spot the matches by only finding the first two terms when the most difficult job is finding the third term. Changed to just giving the third term and it became a huge success as a consolidation activity.

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A very nice tarsia activity based on the topic of binomial theorem. This resource could be used as a starter/wrap up activity in a lesson. It is also ideal as a paired/grouped activity. Instructions supplied. My favorite twist is to insert deliberate mistakes or leave answers out for pupils to complete themselves.