Includes clear explanations, detailed worked examples and self-assessment tests, this textbook meets the 2004 AQA specifications and builds on good GCSE practice by emphasising applications and providing coverage of the key concepts.
Author: Brian Jefferson
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Release Date: 2004-12-15
Decision Maths D1 is part of a brand new series of books that match the AQA specifications for Maths A-level, to be first taught from September 2004. The book has been produced in consultation with a Senior Examiner to ensure complete and authoritative coverage of the Decision 1 module. It contains all the discrete maths that students need to know for AS-level Mathematics, or for the first year of an A-level.
Thorough revision for the AQA exams These brand new revision guides contain all the help, guidance and support students need in the run-up to the 2005 exams, ensuring they achieve the grades they deserve. The familiar format helps to trigger students' memories, making revision easier. Key point summaries at the start of each chapter focus students' minds on what they need to know for the exam. Worked examples with examiners' hints ensure students are following the best practice and approach for answering questions successfully. Practice questions, including a test-yourself section that references the main textbooks, encourage independent revision. Written by a Senior Examining Team to make sure students get the most beneficial advice on tackling their exams. Revision exercises and an exam-style paper give essential preparation for the AQA exams.
Written by a Senior Examining Team, these guides contain the help, guidance and support students need in the run-up to the exams, ensuring they achieve the grades they deserve. They include key point summaries and worked examples with examiners' hints. Revision exercises and an exam-style paper give useful preparation for the AQA exams.
This stretching course builds the advanced skills students will need for the latest Cambridge assessments and prepares them for the transition to higher education. Engaging, real world examples are included throughout, making mathematics relevant to real life.FeaturesHelp every student build crucial analytical skills - with clear explanations and extensive practice to prepare them for the demands of university level study.Make mathematics relevant to real life - with engaging, real life applications from around the world, to keep students motivated.Develop exam confidence - Cambridge past paper questions and exam style questions provide plenty of relevant practice for the latest Cambridge assessments.Comprehensive - we are working with Cambridge towards endorsementBuild strong mathematical skillsR - David Rayner's clear, practice-based approach is trusted around the world to develop students' confidence and support achievement.Ensure every student masters every topic - skills check sections at the start of each topic ensure students always know where they are, and review questions throughout the book reinforce their knowledge.Eliminate confusion - worked examples are included throughout, and a separate Worked Solutions Manual covering Pure Mathematics, Mechanics and Statistics ensures students understand complex methods.
Core Maths C1- C2 is part of a brand new series of books that match the AQA specifications for Maths A-level, to be first taught in September 2004. The book has been produced in collaboration with a Senior Examiner to ensure complete and authoritative coverage of the Pure Core 1 and Pure Core 2 modules. It contains all the pure maths that students need to know for AS-level Mathematics, or for the first year of an A-level.
Updated for the 2004 specification, these new Core books are in full colour to ease the transition from GCSE to A Level. Tailor-made for the new specification and written by members of an experienced Senior Examining Team, you can be sure they provide everything students need to succeed.
Provides preparation for the new AQA specification B. The text provides; clear explanations of key topics; worked examples with examiners' tips; graded exercises guiding the pupil from basic to examination level; and self-assessment tests.