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Pemberton Mathematics for Cambridge IGCSE®

An active-learning approach for the latest Cambridge syllabus (0580)

Author Sue Pemberton

Suitable for:  Students of Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics (0580)

Price:  £27.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-842480-2
Publication date: 05/04/2018
Paperback: 576 pages
Dimensions: 255x195mm

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Description

Engage students with examiner Sue Pemberton's unique, active-learning approach, ideal for EAL students. This new edition is fully aligned to the Extended part of the latest Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics syllabus (0580), for examination from 2020.


Features

  • Be confident of full syllabus support with a comprehensive mapping grid drawn directly from the latest syllabus
  • Ensure thorough understanding with a logical teaching path from examiner and expert author Sue Pemberton
  • Help students truly master every topic with worked examples and step-by-step explanations
  • Boost exam performance with extensive opportunities for practice
  • Support your EAL learners with clear language, pictures and diagrams
  • Take learning further with extra revision material and worked examples on the accompanying support site

This page was last updated on 12 August 2018 at 04:30 GMT

Reviews

  • The content is excellent and is the most comprehensive match to the 0580 extended syllabus that I have reviewed. The experience of the author is apparent in the construction of the chapters, examples and exercises. It is a very valuable resource to teachers that may be teaching 0580 IGCSE as it so closely matches the syllabus. - Teacher review of Pemberton Mathematics (First Edition)
  • Very clear layout with lots of practice questions. We are working through chronologically using the CD PowerPoints before doing selected questions from a group of sections. This book is thorough yet to the point. It has everything we look for in IGCSE material - very clear easy to follow layout, with to the point explanations and thorough practice. - Teacher Review of Pemberton Mathematics (First Edition), Amazon
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Table of Contents

Unit 1
Order of operations
Directed numbers
Multiples, factors, primes, squares and cubes
Four rules for fractions
Significant figures and decimal places
Simplifying algebraic expressions
Solving linear equations
Constructing formulae
Substitution into formulae
Gradients and straight line graphs
Angle properties
Symmetry
Polygons
Averages and range
Frequency tables
Examination-style questions
Unit 2
Percentages 1
Ratio
Indices 1
Solving linear Inequalities
Manipulating algebraic fractions
The general equation of a straight line
Representing linear inequalities on graphs
Perimeter and area
Pythagoras
Area and circumference of a circle
Displaying data
Examination-style questions
Unit 3
Standard form
Simultaneous equations 1
Factorising 1
Rearranging formulae 1
Similar triangles
Reflections, rotations and translations
Enlargements
Surface area and volume 1
Probability 1
Examination-style questions
Unit 4
Percentages 2
Expanding double brackets
Quadratic graphs
Bearings
Trigonometry
Angles of elevation and depression
Scatter diagrams
Examination-style questions
Unit 5
Direct and inverse proportion
Increase and decrease in a given ratio
Functions
Factorising 2
Cubic graphs

Surface area and volume 2
Areas of similar shapes
Volumes of similar objects
Grouped frequency tables
Examination-style questions
Unit 6
Percentages 3
Speed, distance and time
Sets and Venn diagrams
Indices 2
Solving quadratic equations by factorisation
Reciprocal graphs
The gradients of perpendicular lines
Circle theorems 1
Probability 2
Examination-style questions
Unit 7
Distance-time graphs
Speed-time graphs
Rearranging formulae 2
Sequences
Exponential graphs
Sine and cosine ratios for angles up to 180°
Area of a triangle
Cumulative frequency
Examination-style questions
Unit 8
Rational and irrational numbers
Solving quadratic equations using the formula
Further algebraic fractions
Variation
The sine and cosine rules
Histograms
Examination-style questions
Unit 9
Compound interest and exponential growth and decay
Simultaneous equations 2
Linear programming
Solving quadratic equations by completing the square
Finding turning points of quadratics by completing the square
Using graphs to solve equations
Vectors and vector geometry
Probability 3
Examination-style questions
Unit 10
Upper and lower bounds
Simultaneous equations 3
Differentiation
Expanding more than 2 brackets
Trigonometric equations and graphs
Circle theorems 2
Shortest distance of a point from a line
Stem-and-leaf diagrams
Box-and-whisker plots
Examination-style questions
Answers
Index