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Keys to success: DP Mathematics IA  the Exploration
Virtual ThinkIn, 4  5 May 2021
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Mathematics: Applications & Interpretation
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3  5 September 2021
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Mathematics: Analysis & Approaches
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3  5 September 2021
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Mathematics
IB MYP Category 1
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15  17 October 2021
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Hello again Oliver. Is the markscheme available in downloadable PDF? Thanks!

Hello Oliver! THanks for all your great work here! Is the markscheme downloadable in PDF form too?

That is a great suggestion Nicolas, thank you!

I really enjoy using this problem to talk to my students about estimation and modeling math to the real world. If you choose to use this activity I would recommend you ask students to think about if counting in other languages would have an...

Yeah it worked out. Thank you.

Hi Anne, P1 Q5 uses the "trapezoidal rule" (S5.8) that is completely new to all 'legacy' (SL & Studies) courses and that it might be harder for teachers to find examples of. Antidifferentiation with a boundary condition (e.g. y=c and x =d)...

H Nicolas, I think I have fixed this now! Let me know, Thanks, Jim

I can't seem to assign this to my students from the task section. Do you have any advice on how to fix this?

Fixed  Thank you!

Hi Ourania  That is correct! You are right though, it is mostly specified.

Just skimmed through the P1 and P2 practice exams. Did I miss the integration question(s)?

Would it be possible to have the complete mark scheme?