Oxford University Press Deborah Barton
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Cambridge Lower Secondary Complete Mathematics 7: Student Book (Second Edition)
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The Cambridge Lower Secondary Complete Mathematics 7 Student Book ensures students fully cover and excel in the curriculum, as well as embedding the learning they need to progress smoothly towards IGCSEÂ® Mathematics.

This resource provides a rigorous approach for teaching and studying Cambridge Lower Secondary Maths to ensure students learn everything that is required at that level. However, stretching materials and exercises also prepare students for a smooth transition to IGCSE Mathematics by supporting the development of required skills.

It is written by the expert author of our previous, best-selling edition and maintains the strengths of the original book, but with updates and improvements to better meet students' and teachers' needs.

The Student Book is supported by a Homework Book that provides opportunities for independent practice inside and outside the classroom, and a Teacher Handbook, which offers full teaching support.

Language
English
ISBN
9781382018685
Contents
1. Integers, powers and roots
1.2 Multiplying and dividing integers
1.3 Estimation
1.4 Order of operations
1.5 Multiples and factors
1.6 Divisibility tests
1.7 Square and cube roots
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2. Expressions
2.1 Expressions
2.2 Simplifying
2.3 Expanding brackets
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3. Shapes and mathematical drawing
3.1 Polygons
3.2 Congruency
3.3 Parts of a circle
3.4 Solid shapes
3.5 Representing 3D shapes
3.6 Mathematical drawings
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4. Sampling
4.1 Types of data
4.2 Collecting data
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5. Area and volume
5.1 Units of area
5.2 Areas of triangles
5.3 Volume
5.4 Surface area
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Review A
6. Fractions
6.2 Multiplying fractions
6.3 Dividing fractions
6.4 Simplifying calculations with fractions
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7. Equations, formulae and inequalities
7.1 Substitution into expressions
7.2 Formulae
7.3 Rearranging formulae
7.4 Solving equations
7.5 Inequalities
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8. Geometry
8.1 Angles around a point
8.3 Angles in parallel lines
8.4 Distance between coordinates
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9. Decimals and percentages
9.1 Multiplying and dividing by powers of 10
9.2 Rounding to a given number of decimal places
9.3 Fractions, decimals and percentages
9.4 Finding percentages of amounts
9.5 Comparing decimals and fractions
9.6 Calculations with decimals
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10. Presenting data and interpreting results
10.1 Two-way tables
10.2 Presenting data
10.3 Summary statistics
10.4 Representing and interpreting data
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Review B
11. Ratio and proportion
11.1 Simplifying ratios
11.2 Dividing a quantity in a given ratio
11.3 Proportion
11.4 Comparing using ratios
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12. Sequences, functions and graphs
12.1 Looking for patterns
12.2 Number sequences
12.3 The nth term
12.4 Functions
12.5 Graphs of linear functions
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13. Symmetry and transformations
13.1 Symmetry
13.2 Reflection
13.3 Translation
13.4 Rotation
13.5 Enlargement
13.6 Scale drawings
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14. Probability
14.1 Language of probability
14.2 Experimental probability
14.3 Theoretical probability
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15. Rates of change
15.1 Real-life graphs
15.2 Travel graphs
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Review C
16. BONUS CHAPTER: Sets and Venn diagrams
16.1 Sets and their members
16.2 How to describe a set
16.3 Venn diagrams
16.4 Intersection of sets
16.5 Common factors, common multiples
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Index
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