# MYP Mathematics 4 & 5 Extended

MYP Mathematics 4&5 Extended takes learners beyond the MYP Mathematics 4&5 Standard resource, providing opportunities to master more advanced mathematical concepts and skills, and laying the foundations for Higher Level Mathematics at IB Diploma.

The inquiry-based approach integrates the MYP key concepts, helping you shift to a concept-based approach and cement mathematical comprehension. Fully comprehensive, the resource addresses all the topics suggested in the MYP Extended Mathematics Skills Framework.

Progress your learners into IB Diploma - fully comprehensive and matched to the Next Chapter curriculum

Drive mathematical confidence - extensive practice refines and progresses skills and understanding

Develop understanding and flexiblity - integrated global contexts equip learners to recognize and manipulate new principles Enable learners to confidently apply understanding as they progress - strengthening performance in the eAssessment and IB Diploma Support higher level thinking skills through an approach grounded in factual, conceptual and debatable questions

Develop conceptual, integrated teaching in the best way for your learners - learn by mathematical unit or by key concept Develop meaningful cross-curricular connections that help learners recognize and manipulate mathematical ideas in other disciplines

Fully matched to the Next Chapter curriculum and supports the Common Core

- Front Cover
- Title Page
- How to use this book
- Table of contents
- Form
- E1.1 What if we all had eight fingers?
- Different bases

- E1.1 What if we all had eight fingers?
- Relationships
- E2.1 Multiple doorways
- Composite functions

- E2.2 Doing and undoing
- Invserse functions

- E2.1 Multiple doorways
- Logic
- E3.1 How can we get there?
- Vectors and vector spaces

- E3.1 How can we get there?
- Representation
- E4.1 How to stand out from the crowd
- Data inferences

- E4.1 How to stand out from the crowd
- Simplification
- E5.1 Super powers
- Fractional exponents

- E5.1 Super powers
- Quantity
- E6.1 Ideal work for lumberjacks
- Evaluating logs

- E6.1 Ideal work for lumberjacks
- Measurement
- E7.1 Slices of pi
- The unit circle and trignometric function

- E7.1 Slices of pi
- Patterns
- E8.1 Making it all add up
- Arithmetic and geometric sequences

- E8.1 Making it all add up
- Space
- E9.1 Another dimension
- 3D Orientation

- E9.2 Mapping the world
- Oblique triangles

- E9.1 Another dimension
- Change
- E10.1 Time for a change
- Log functions

- E10.2 Meet the transformers
- Rational Functions

- E10.1 Time for a change
- Equivalence
- E11.1 Unmistaken identities
- Trigonimetric identities

- E11.1 Unmistaken identities
- Generalizations
- E12.1 Go ahead and log in
- Laws of logarithms

- E12.1 Go ahead and log in
- Justification
- E13.1 Are we very similar?
- Problems involving triangles

- E13.1 Are we very similar?
- Models
- E14.1 A world of difference
- Nonlinear inequalities

- E14.1 A world of difference
- Systems
- E15.1 Branching out
- Conditional probability

- E15.1 Branching out
- Answers
- Index
- Back Cover