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Complete Mathematics for Cambridge Lower Secondary 2: Cambridge Checkpoint and beyond

Comprehensive preparation for the Cambridge Checkpoint and beyond

Deborah Barton

Suitable for:  Cambridge Lower Secondary learners, aged 11-13

Price:  £23.50

ISBN: 978-0-19-913707-7
Publication date: 06/06/2013
Paperback: 320 pages
Dimensions: 255x195mm

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Description

Build a strong foundation for success in the Cambridge Checkpoint tests, and ensure your students get the challenge and extension they need to achieve their best in the Cambridge IGCSE.


Features

  • Comprehensive - all aspects of the latest Cambridge curriculum are thoroughly covered so you can trust in complete preparation
  • Excel at Checkpoint - questions are designed to match the Checkpoint style, building confidence
  • Extension and challenge - extension material to ensure a flying start at Cambridge IGCSE
  • Practice - over 400 pages of rigorous practice to make sure students truly understand all the material
  • Eliminate confusion - detailed worked examples help students understand every step in complex problems
  • The support you need - Homework Books and Teacher Packs with CD will completely support your teaching
  • Internationally focused - with examples from all over the world, so material is genuinely relevant to your students
  • EAL friendly - straightforward language and key definitions ensure your EAL students can focus on the mathematics
  • Complete Mathematics is the new name for Oxford International Maths

This page was last updated on 17 November 2019 at 04:30 GMT

Reviews

  • Our middle school teachers have been very happy with the format and are looking forward to using this resource next academic year. Some of the things they like about it are that it does have more practice problems than our present resource and that all the topics explored at each level are in a single book which makes it easier for students to manage. - Phil Bennett, Academic Leader Mathematics, International School of Luxembourg
  • These are the best Maths resources for this level that I have ever taught from. We love the homework books which offer extra practice to consolidate core content. - Carolyn Hatton, Head of Mathematics, King Richard III College, Spain
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Table of Contents

1. Number and calculation 1
1.1: Adding and subtracting integers
1.2: Multiplying negative numbers
1.3: Division of negative numbers
1.4: Squares, cubes, roots and indices
1.5: Multiples and factors
1.6: Mental strategies
2. Expressions and functions
2.1: Simplifying and expanding
2.2: Functions
2.3: Constructing expressions
3. Shapes and mathematical drawings
3.1: Constructing circles, arcs and triangles
3.2: Bisecting angles and lines
3.3: Congruency
3.4: Drawing nets
3.5: Symmetry
4. Length, mass and capacity
4.1: Units of measure
4.2: Units of area, volume and capacity
4.3: Estimation
4.4: Imperial units
5. Number and calculation 2
5.1: Rounding numbers
5.2: Ordering decimals
5.3: Multiplying decimals
5.4: Dividing decimals
6. Planning, collecting and processing data
6.1: Discrete and continuous data
6.2: Collecting data
6.3: Two-way tables and frequency tables
6.4: Averages and ranges
Review A
7. Fractions
7.1: Addition and subtraction of fractions
7.2: Multiplication of fractions
7.3: Division of fractions
7.4: Using known facts and laws of arithmetic to simplify calculations
7.5: Applying order of operations rules to fractions
7.6: Problem solving
8. Expressions, equations and formulae
8.1: Solving linear equations
8.2: Substitution into expressions
8.3: Formulae
9. Geometry
9.1: All about angles
9.2: Angles in common shapes
9.3: Geometry problems using coordinate axes
10. Fractions and decimals
10.1: Ordering decimals
10.2: Adding and subtracting integers and decimals
10.3: Multiplying and dividing decimals

10.4: Writing fractions as decimals
11. Time and rates of change
11.1: Plotting points
11.2: Interpreting real-life graphs
11.3: Drawing graphs
11.4: Travel graphs
12. Presenting data and interpreting results
12.1: Frequency diagrams and pie charts for discrete data
12.2: Line graphs
12.3: Histograms
12.4: Stem-and-leaf diagrams
12.5: Interpreting and comparing data and diagrams
Review B
13. Fractions, decimals and percentages
13.1: Equivalent fractions, percentages and decimals
13.2: Fractions, decimals and percentages of quantities
13.3: Percentage increase and decrease
14. Sequences, functions and graphs
14.1: Rules of sequences
14.2: The nth term
14.3: Functions
14.4: Linear graphs
15. Transformations
15.1: Reflection
15.2: Rotation
15.3: Translation
15.4: Combinations of transformations
15.5: Enlargement
15.6: Scale drawing
16. Ratio and proportion
16.1: Units of measurement
16.2: Ratio
16.3: Proportion
17. Area, perimeter and volume
17.1: Perimeter
17.2: Areas of rectangles and triangles
17.3: Area of a circle
17.4: Areas of parallelograms and trapeziums
17.5: Areas of compound shapes
17.6: Volume of a cuboid
17.7: Surface area
18. Probability
18.1: The idea of probability
18.2: Experimental probability
18.3: Theoretical probability
18.4: Listing outcomes
Review C
19. Vectors and matrices
19.1: Vectors
19.2: Using vectors in geometry
19.3: Matrices
19.4: Multiplying matrices

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