The second of six livestreams happening every Friday at 4pm (GMT +1) discussing the topics of the Tom Rocks Maths Appeal GCSE Maths series. The topic this week is Travel Graphs (Speed-Distance-Time).

Timestamps for all questions answered below.

Can you interpret what’s happening from any travel graph given to you? 1:08

What would the travel graph look like for a lap around a racetrack? 14:30

How do you work out the speed on a travel graph when it doesn’t have a constant gradient? 22:37

What is the geometry of differentiation? 29:00

Can you differentiate y=x^2 from first principles? 39:40

What do you get if you integrate a distance-time graph? 44:15

Is there a geometric interpretation for integration? 47:12

This is part of the second lesson in a new series with the Maths Appeal duo – Bobby Seagull and Susan Okereke – and Tom Rocks Maths where we’ll be exploring the GCSE Maths syllabus to show the world that maths is accessible to everyone!

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