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Red Splat For all web site designers: there is a mathematical application to perfect and efficient web site building. Scheduling using critical paths and cascade activity diagrams. Down the Slide models a projectile as it falls from the end of a slide at varying angles. For my first A Level Statistics module I investigated and compared newspaper readability between tabloid and broadsheet newspapers and for the next module I compared bivariate data sets of average sentence and word length in The Independent newspaper articles. The traveling salesman algorithm was used to find the shortest route for a cycling holiday in Brittany, France. There is also a small sample of my GCSE coursework looking at sine and cosine graphs. This is really rudimentary compared to the Advanced Differential Equations module at A level.

Cascade activity diagram showing events needed to build a web site without any problems

Comparison of results obtained in 'Down the Slide'

MS Word Grammar check used to collect data for my Newspaper Readability Statistics coursework

Some of my notes for my Pure 3 Maths module

Red Splat If you are planning to go to university in England to study Maths, next year. Please have a look at these search results from the UCAS site.
Red Splat Watch this space for upcoming Maths courseworks on and experimental cycle looking at an object traveling down a slide and finding solutions to graphs using three different methods.

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