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Oxford Mathematics for the Caribbean 1

Mathematics course for Caribbean students

Authors: Nicholas Goldberg and Neva Cameron-Edwards

Suitable for:  Caribbean Secondary Schools 11-14 year olds

Price:  £19.50 +VAT

ISBN: 978-0-19-913917-0
Publication date: 24/06/2010
Pack: 304 pages
Dimensions: 246x189mm

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Description

Bringing mathematics to life in full colour with plenty of examples from the Caribbean. It also includes a companion CD with extra practice exercises, worked examples, and animations.


Features

  • Accompanying CD with further practice exercises, animations, and full worked solutions
  • 'What's the point?' feature emphasises the relevance of mathematics in the real world
  • Full colour text design with useful illustrations to help explain concepts
  • Fresh and up-to-date content with Caribbean examples
  • Learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter
  • Consolidation material for each unit to reinforce key knowledge
  • Fully differentiated exercises to cater for a wide range of abilities
  • Regular revision exercises to help monitor progress

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

Table of Contents

1. Number
1.1: The story of numbers
1.2: Adding and subtracting numbers
1.3: Multiples and factors
1.4: More about our number system
1.5: Division
1.6: Approximations and estimations
1.7: Using a calculator
1.8: Problem solving
Consolidation
Summary
2. Sets
2.1: Sets and their members
2.2: How to describe a set
2.3: Venn diagrams
2.4: Intersection of sets
2.5: Common factors, common multiples
Consolidation
Summary
3. Fractions
3.1: Showing fractions
3.2: Calculating fractions
3.3: Equivalent fractions
3.4: Fractions greater than '1'
3.5: Adding fractions
3.6: Subtracting fractions
3.7: Multiplying fractions
3.8: Dividing fractions
3.9: Problem solving
Consolidation
Summary
4. Angles
4.1: Lines and angles
4.2: Measuring angles
4.3: Drawing angles
4.4: Relations between angles
Consolidation
Summary
Revision exercise 1
5. Solids
5.1: The cuboid or box
5.2: The cylinder
5.3: Prisms
5.4: The cone
5.5: The pyramid
5.6: The sphere
5.7: Properties of solids
5.8: Nets of solids
Consolidation
Summary
6. Decimals
6.1: Decimals
6.2: Two decimal places
6.3: Decimals and place value
6.4: Adding and subtracting decimals
6.5: Decimals and your calculator
6.6: Multiplying and dividing decimals by powers of ten
6.7: Multiplying and dividing decimals

Consolidation
Summary
7. Measuring
7.1: Length
7.2: Mass
7.3: Time
7.4: Temperature
Consolidation
Summary
8. Shapes
8.1: Looking at triangles
8.2: Looking at quadrilaterals
8.3: Constructions
8.4: Symmetry
8.5: Reflection
8.6: Moving shapes
8.7: Investigating shapes
Consolidation
Summary
Revision exercise 2
9. Consumer arithmetic
9.1: Using money
9.2: Understanding percentages
9.3: Fractions, decimals and percentages
9.4: Finding percentages of amounts
9.5: Buying and selling
9.6: Loans and deposits
Consolidation
Summary
10. Representing information
10.1: Collecting data
10.2: Pictographs
10.3: Bar graphs
10.4: Pie charts
10.5: Looking at averages
10.6: Coordinate graphs
Consolidation
Summary
11. Area
11.1: What is area?
11.2: Comparing areas
11.3: Some units of area
11.4: Areas of rectangles and triangles
Consolidation
Summary
12. Symbols and patterns
12.1: Symbols
12.2: Adding, subtracting and multiplying symbols
12.3: Writing expressions
12.4: Writing equations
12.5: Solving equations
12.6: Looking for patterns
12.7: Arrow diagrams
Consolidation
Summary
Revision Exercise 3
Glossary
Answers
Index