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One of the main benefits of flipping the classroom is allowing IB maths students to self-teach IB content. There are currently a good number of videos on youtube which allow students to self teach syllabus content, but no real opportunity to watch videos going through IB Higher Level past paper questions. So, I’ve started to put some of these together:
Playlist, Worked Exam Solutions:
The videos above are all around 10 minutes long and consist of talking through the solutions to 2-3 IB HL maths questions. The best way to use these videos is to pause the video at the start of the question, attempt it, then watch the video to check the answer and make notes on the method. Click on the top left hand corner to change the video being shown in the playlist.
The playlists below combine these worked solutions with the syllabus content videos, all grouped into the relevant syllabus strands:
Playlist 1, Algebra 1:
Sequences, Binomial, Logs, Induction, Permutations, Gaussian elimination:
Playlist 2, Complex numbers:
Converting from Cartesian to Polar, De Moivre’s Theorem, Roots of Unity:
Playlist 3: Functions:
Sketching graphs, Finding Inverses, Factor and Remainder Theorem, Sketching 1/f(x), sketching absolute f(x), translating f(x):