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IB Mathematics Higher Level Online Course Book: Oxford IB Diploma Programme

The only DP resources developed with the IB

Author Josip Harcet, Author Lorraine Heinrichs, Author Palmira Mariz Seiler, and Author Marlene Torres Skoumal

Suitable for:  IB Mathematics Higher Level students

Price:  £ +VAT

ISBN: 978-0-19-835508-3
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Dimensions: 210x148mm

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Description

Uniquely developed with the IB curriculum team, this online course book will ensure your students achieve their best. Blending mathematical applications with crucial practice and inquiry, it fully integrates the IB approach to learning.


Features

  • Full syllabus coverage - the truest match to the IB syllabus, developed with the IB
  • Complete worked solutions - a full set of worked solutions is included online
  • Extensive practiceR - over 800 pages of practice cements comprehension
  • Up-to-date GDC support - take the confusion out of GDC use and help students focus on the theory
  • Definitive assessment preparation - exam-style papers and questions will build confidence
  • The Exploration - supported by a full chapter, to guide you through this new component
  • Real world approach - connect mathematics with human behaviour, language, morality and more
  • Multiplatform access, compatible with PCs, Macs, iPads, tablets and more
  • Also available in print format
  • The license is valid until 31st December 2020
  • Your first login to your Online Course Books will facilitated by a printed access card that will be sent to you in the mail. If you are unable to receive a printed access card, please contact us.

Table of Contents

1: Mathematics as the science of patterns
2: Mathematics as a language
3: The long journey of mathematics
4: Modeling the real world
5: Aesthetics in mathematics: an introduction to mathematical explorations
6: Exploring randomness: statistics and probability
7: The origins of calculus

8: Ancient mathematics and modern methods: trigonometry and its multiple applications
9: Further calculus
10: Modeling randomness
11: Inspiration and formalism
12: Multiple perspectives in mathematics
13: Exploration
14: Prior learning