Absolute clarity is the aim with a new generation of practice guide. This guide has been expertly compiled and edited by successful teachers of Mathematics and highly experienced examiners. Design plays a key role in making the subject feel accessible to everyone with simple, clear examples and questions.
Practising questions repeatedly is essential to good preparation, improving understanding and confidence. This guide has combined revision with tips and more practice questions than you could shake a stick at. All the essential ingredients for getting a grade you can be proud of. Each specification topic has been referenced and exemplified, with questions of graduated difficulty to provide the perfect level of challenge every step of the way.
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Lovely clear diagrams, lots of useful hints and tips – especially with re-arranging physics equations and converting units!
Mr Luke Hope. Department of Science, Carmel College
The resources were very good.
James Knightbridge. Mathematics teacher, Clayesmore School
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Step-by-step guidance and practice. Worked examples and questions on every specification point.
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Section 1 Integers
Section 2 Primes, factors and multiples
Section 3 Algebraic expressions
Section 4 Decimals
Section 5 Measures
Section 6 Fractions
Section 7 Straight line graphs
Section 8 Fractions, decimals, and percentages
Section 9 Probability
Section 10 Ratio
Section 11 Shapes and transformations
Section 12 Sequences
Section 13 Proportion
Section 14 Data
Section 15 Properties of shapes
Section 16 Applications of number
Section 17 Further graphs
Section 18 Geometry
Section 19 Equations and identities
Section 20 Trigonometry
Section 21 Statistics
Section 22 Probability diagrams
Section 23 Mensuration
Section 24 Applications of Ratio
Section 25 Further equations
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