Cambridge Lower Secondary Complete Mathematics 7: Student Book (Second Edition)
$29.99

Cambridge Lower Secondary Complete Mathematics 7: Student Book (Second Edition)

By Deborah Barton
US$ 29.99
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Book Description

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 IGCSE® 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.

Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • About this book
  • 1. Integers, powers and roots
    • 1.1 Adding and subtracting integers
    • 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
    • Consolidation
    • Summary
  • 2. Expressions
    • 2.1 Expressions
    • 2.2 Simplifying
    • 2.3 Expanding brackets
    • Consolidation
    • Summary
  • 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
    • Consolidation
    • Summary
  • 4. Sampling
    • 4.1 Types of data
    • 4.2 Collecting data
    • Consolidation
    • Summary
  • 5. Area and volume
    • 5.1 Units of area
    • 5.2 Areas of triangles
    • 5.3 Volume
    • 5.4 Surface area
    • Consolidation
    • Summary
  • Review A
  • 6. Fractions
    • 6.1 Adding fractions
    • 6.2 Multiplying fractions
    • 6.3 Dividing fractions
    • 6.4 Simplifying calculations with fractions
    • Consolidation
    • Summary
  • 7. Equations, formulae and inequalities
    • 7.1 Substitution into expressions
    • 7.2 Formulae
    • 7.3 Rearranging formulae
    • 7.4 Solving equations
    • 7.5 Inequalities
    • Consolidation
    • Summary
  • 8. Geometry
    • 8.1 Angles around a point
    • 8.2 Angles in quadrilaterals
    • 8.3 Angles in parallel lines
    • 8.4 Distance between coordinates
    • Consolidation
    • Summary
  • 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
    • Consolidation
    • Summary
  • 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
    • Consolidation
    • Summary
  • 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
    • Consolidation
    • Summary
  • 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
    • Consolidation
    • Summary
  • 13. Symmetry and transformations
    • 13.1 Symmetry
    • 13.2 Reflection
    • 13.3 Translation
    • 13.4 Rotation
    • 13.5 Enlargement
    • 13.6 Scale drawings
    • Consolidation
    • Summary
  • 14. Probability
    • 14.1 Language of probability
    • 14.2 Experimental probability
    • 14.3 Theoretical probability
    • Consolidation
    • Summary
  • 15. Rates of change
    • 15.1 Real-life graphs
    • 15.2 Travel graphs
    • Consolidation
    • Summary
  • 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
    • Consolidation
    • Summary
  • Index
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