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R Markdown: How to number and reference tables R Markdown is a great tool to make research results reproducible. However, in scientific research papers or reports, tables and figures usually need to be numbered and referenced. Unfortunately, R Markdown has no “native” method to number and reference table and figure captions. The recently published bookdown package makes it very easy to number and reference tables and figures (Link). However, since bookdown uses LaTex functionality, R Markdown files created with bookdown cannot be converted into MS Word (.docx) files. In this blog post, I will explain how to number and reference tables and figures in R Markdown files using the captioner package.

Trigonometry Problems and Questions with Solutions - Grade 10 x = 10 / tan(51o) = 8.1 (2 significant digits) H = 10 / sin(51o) = 13 (2 significant digits) Area = (1/2)(2x)(x) = 400 Solve for x: x = 20 , 2x = 40 Pythagora's theorem: (2x)2 + (x)2 = H2H = x sqrt(5) = 20 sqrt(5) BH perpendicular to AC means that triangles ABH and HBC are right triangles. A Level (16-18) Resources – STEM Learning STEM Learning hosts hundreds of Mathematics resources, resister free here. Log in to STEM Learning to download any of the resources here. For the new A Level Specifications from STEM Learning comes this A level mathematics resource packages. To quote STEM Learning “Each resource has been hand-picked to cover key subject content in Pure, Mechanics and Statistics, as well as meet the overarching themes of mathematical argument, language, proof, problem solving and modelling.” The package includes resources covering all the sections in the subject content given for Pure, Mechanics and Statistics in the Department for Education’s document: Mathematics AS and A level content.

R Markdown: How to format tables and figures in .docx files In research, we usually publish the most important findings in tables and figures. When writing research papers using Rmarkdown (*.Rmd), we have several options to format the output of the final MS Word document (.docx). Tables can be formated using either the knitr package’s kable() function or several functions of the pander package. Videos and Worksheets If you are a teacher/tutor and find the Videos and Worksheets useful, please consider making a donation towards the site’s running costs Common marking codes for teachers Marking codes 2D shapes: names Video 1 Practice Questions Textbook Exercise 2D shapes: quadrilaterals Video 2 Practice Questions Textbook Exercise

Complete the Rules I said I wouldn't write any more posts this summer, but this is just a quick one to share something I've just made. You may have already seen the expectations videos I made for Year 10 and Year 11. I was considering making these for Year 12 and 13 too but wasn't sure it would work well with these groups. Then I stumbled across this infographic that I made last year and never had the chance to use. I made it using Piktochart, inspired by an infographic syllabus made by Anna Hester (@TypeAMathLand).

Le grapheur Desmos Untitled Graph Create AccountorSign In Important changes to our Terms of Service! Undo Learn more Lesser known dplyr tricks – R-bloggers In this blog post I share some lesser-known (at least I believe they are) tricks that use mainly functions from dplyr. Removing unneeded columns Did you know that you can use - in front of a column name to remove it from a data frame? mtcars %>% select(-disp) %>% head()

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