Oxford Mathematics for the Caribbean CSEC®

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Contents

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Language

English

ISBN

9780198414049

Front Cover

Title Page

Contents

Introduction

Computation and number 1

1.1 Operations with whole numbers

1.2 Some number theory

1.3 negative numbers

1.4 Calculating withfractions

1.5 Calculating with decimals

1.6 Fractions and decimals

1.7 rounding off numbers

1.8 indices

1.9 Standard form

1.10 arithmetical rulesand laws

1.11 number bases

1.12 ratio and proportion

1 Consolidation

Summary

2 Measurement

2.1 Length

2.2 Area

2.3 Areas of triangles and quadrilaterals

2.4 Circles

2.5 Arcs and sectors

2.6 Surface area

2.7 Volume

2.8 Measurement and scales

Consolidation

Summary

3 Consumer arithmetic

3.1 Money management

3.2 Profit and loss

3.3 Interest and investment

3.4 Hire purchase and mortgages

3.5 Rates and taxes

Consolidation

Summary

4 Algebra 1

4.1 Basic algebra

4.2 Binary operations

4.3 Linear equations

4.4 Linear inequalities

4.5 Simultaneous equations

4.6 Word problems

Consolidation

Summary

5 Investigations and problem solving

5.1 Patterns and sequences

5.2 Investigations

Consolidation

Summary

6 Sets

6.1 Union, intersection and complement

6.2 Drawing and using Venn diagrams

6.3 Finding the number of subsets

6.4 Numbers and sets

6.5 Solving problems

Consolidation

Summary

7 Geometry

7.1 Angles

7.2 Symmetry

7.3 Classifying shapes

7.4 Polygons

7.5 Constructions

7.6 Solids

7.7 Circle theorems

Consolidation

Summary

8 Functions 1

8.1 Mapping diagrams

8.2 Function notation

8.3 Functions, relations and graphs

8.4 Working with functions – conversions

Consolidation

Summary

9 Graphs 1

9.1 Reading and plotting graphs

9.2 Linear relations

9.3 Equations of lines

9 Consolidation

Summary

10 Trigonometry 1

10.1 Right-angled triangles and Pythagoras’ theorem

10.2 Sines, cosines and tangents

10.3 Angles of elevation and depression

10.4 Bearings

10.5 The sine and cosine rules

10.6 Areas of triangles and parallelograms

10 Consolidation

Summary

11 Statistics

11.1 Collecting data

11.2 Organising data

11.3 Displaying data

11.4 Averages –measures of central tendency

11.5 Measures of dispersion

11 Consolidation

Summary

12 Probability

12.1 The idea of probability

12.2 Experimental probability

12.3 Theoretical probability

12 Consolidation

Summary

13 Transformations 1

13.1 Translations

13.2 Rotations

13.3 Reflections

13.4 Enlargements

13.5 Similar triangles

13.6 Congruency

13 Consolidation

Summary

14 Functions 2

14.1 The inverse of a function

14.2 The composition of mappings and functions

14.3 Composition and inverses

14 Consolidation

Summary

15 Algebra 2

15.1 Indices

15.2 Changing the subject of a formula

15.3 The product of two brackets

15.4 Factorising quadratic expressions

15.5 Solving quadratic equations

15.6 Equations in two variables

15.7 Word problems

15.8 Variation

15 Consolidation

Summary

16 Graphs 2

16.1 Quadratic graphs

16.2 Maximum and minimum values for quadratic functions

16.3 Gradients of curves

16.4 Plotting other graphs

16.5 Distance–time and speed–time graphs

16 Consolidation

Summary

17 Vectors and matrices 1

17.1 Vectors

17.2 Using vectors in geometry

17.3 Position vectors

17.4 Matrices

17.5 Multiplying matrices

17 Consolidation

Summary

18 Transformations 2

18.1 More on reflections

18.2 More on rotations

18.3 Combining transformations

18 Consolidation

Summary

19 Graphs 3

19.1 Solving simultaneous equations graphically

19.2 Solving quadratic equations graphically

19.3 Graphs of inequalities

19.4 Linear programming

19 Consolidation

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20 Vectors and matrices 2

20.1 The inverse of a matrix

20.2 Simultaneous equations

20.3 Transformation matrices

20.4 Combining transformations

20 Consolidation

Summary

21 CSEC Mathematics SBA

What is the SBA?

What is the process for completing the SBA?

How is the SBA marked?

What are some examples of projects?

How should the SBA be written?

Practice Papers for CSEC Examination

Answers

Index

Back Cover

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