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# Complete Mathematics for Cambridge Lower Secondary 1: Book 2

By Deborah Barton

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Book Description

Written by experienced examiners to comprehensively cover the revised Cambridge Secondary 1 curriculum, this course will thoroughly prepare your students to excel in the Checkpoint test and offers rigorous challenge that will give students a flying start in the Cambridge IGCSE. With a methodical and logical approach that matches the new framework, carefully developed exercises will stretch students while the sheer volume of practice will reinforce understanding.

Complete Mathematics is the new name for Oxford International Maths.

Table of Contents

- Front Cover
- Title Page
- Contents
- Introduction
- 1 Number and calculation 1
- 1.1 Adding and subtracting integers
- 1.2 Multiplying negative numbers
- 1.3 Division of negative numbers
- 1.5 Multiples and factors
- 1.6 Mental strategies

- 2 Expressions and Functions
- 2.1 Simplifying and expanding
- 2.2 Functions
- 2.3 Constructing expressions

- 3 Shapes and mathematical drawings
- 3.1 Constructing circles, arcs and triangles
- 3.2 Bisecting angles and lines
- 3.3 Congruency
- 3.4 Drawing nets
- 3.5 Symmetry
- Consolidation
- Summary

- 4 Length, mass and capacity
- 4.1 Units of measure
- 4.2 Units of area, volume and capacity
- 4.3 Estimation
- 4.4 Imperial units
- Consolidation
- Summary

- 5 Number and calculation 2
- 5.1 Rounding numbers
- 5.2 Ordering decimals
- 5.3 Multiplying decimals
- 5.4 Dividing decimals
- Consolidation
- Summary

- 6 Planning, collecting and processing data
- 6.1 Discrete and continuous data
- 6.2 Collecting data
- 6.3 Two-way tables and frequency tables
- 6.4 Averages and range
- Consolidation
- Summary

- Review A
- 7 Fractions
- 7.1 Addition and subtraction of fractions
- 7.2 Multiplication of fractions
- 7.3 Division of fractions
- 7.4 Using known facts and laws of arithmetic to simplify calculations
- 7.5 Applying order of operations rules to fractions
- 7.6 Problem solving
- Consolidation
- Summary

- 8 Expressions, equations and formulae
- 8.1 Solving linear equations
- 8.2 Substitution into expressions
- 8.3 Formulae
- Consolidation
- Summary

- 9 Geometry
- 9.1 All about angles
- 9.2 Angles in common shapes
- 9.3 Geometry problems using coordinate axes
- Consolidation
- Summary

- 10 Fractions and decimals
- 10.1 Ordering decimals
- 10.2 Adding and subtracting integers and decimals
- 10.3 Multiplying and dividing decimals
- 10.4 Writing fractions as decimals
- Consolidation
- Summary

- 11 Time and rates of change
- 11.1 Plotting points
- 11.2 Interpreting real-life graphs
- 11.3 Drawing graphs
- 11.4 Travel graphs
- Consolidation
- Summary

- 12 Presenting data and interpreting results
- 12.1 Frequency diagrams and pie charts for discrete data
- 12.2 Line graphs
- 12.3 Histograms
- 12.4 Stem-and-leaf diagrams
- 12.5 Interpreting and comparing data and diagrams
- Consolidation
- Summary

- Review B
- 13 Fractions, decimals and percentages
- 13.1 Equivalent fractions,percentages and decimals
- 13.2 Fractions, decimals and percentages of quantities
- 13.3 Percentage increase and decrease
- Consolidation
- Summary

- 14 Sequences, functions and graphs
- 14.1 Rules of sequences
- 14.2 The nth term
- 14.3 Functions
- 14.4 Linear graphs
- Consolidation
- Summary

- 15 Transformations
- 15.1 Reflection
- 15.2 Rotation
- 15.3 Translation
- 15.4 Combinations of transformations
- 15.5 Enlargement
- 15.6 Scale drawing
- Consolidation
- Summary

- 16 Ratio and proportion
- 16.1 Units of measurements
- 16.2 Ratio
- 16.3 Proportion
- Consolidation
- Summary

- 17 Area, preimeter and volume
- 17.1 Perimeter
- 17.2 Areas of rectangles and triangles
- 17.3 Area of a circle
- 17.4 Areas of parallelograms and trapeziums
- 17.5 Areas of compound shapes
- 17.6 Volume of a cuboid
- 17.7 Surface area
- Consolidation
- Summary

- 18 Probability
- 18.1 The idea of probability
- 18.2 Experimental probability
- 18.3 Theoretical probability
- 18.4 Listing outcomes
- Consolidation
- Summary

- Review C
- 19 Vectors and matrices
- 19.1 Vectors
- 19.2 Using vectors in geometry
- 19.3 Matrices
- 19.4 Multiplying matrices
- Consolidation

- Index
- Index

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