Author(s): Deborah Barton
Written by experienced examiners to comprehensively cover the revised Cambridge Lower Secondary 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 really stretch students while the sheer volume of practice will reinforce understanding. Complete Mathematics is the new name for Oxford International Maths.
"Our middle school teachers have been very happy with the format and are looking forward to using this resource next academic year. Some of the things they like about it are that it does have more practice problems than our present resource and that all the topics explored at each level are in a single book which makes it easier for students to manage."' Phil Bennett, Academic Leader Mathematics, International School of Luxembourg `"An excellent mathematics book. This is a superb book for students following stage 7 of the Cambridge Secondary 1 scheme of work. The explanations in the book are clear. Detailed worked examples are given for each mathematical method covered." ' Amazon teacher review `These are the best Maths resources for this level that I have ever taught from. We love the homework books which offer extra practice to consolidate core content. ' Carolyn Hatton, Head of Mathematics, King Richard III College, Spain
1. Number and calculation 1 1.1: Number facts 1.2: Adding and subtracting numbers 1.3: Multiplication and associated division facts 1.4: Decimals 1.5: Decimals and place value 1.6: Decimals and your calculator 1.7: Multiplying and dividing decimals by powers of ten 1.8: Rounding 1.9: Negative numbers 1.10: Negative numbers and addition 1.11: Subtracting negative numbers 1.12: Some ways we use negative numbers 1.13: Laws of arithmetic and inverse operations 1.14: Order of operations Consolidation Summary 2. Expressions 2.1: Expressions 2.2: Simplifying 2.3: Expanding brackets Consolidation Summary 3. Shapes and constructions 3.1: Lines and angles 3.2: Measuring angles 3.3: Drawing angles 3.4: Looking at triangles 3.5: Looking at quadrilaterals 3.6: Polygons 3.7: Solid shapes 3.8: Constructions Consolidation Summary 4. Number and calculation 2 4.1: Multiples and factors 4.2: Divisibility tests 4.3: Squares and square roots 4.4: Multiplying and dividing with two digit numbers Consolidation Summary 5. Length, mass and capacity 5.1: Length 5.2: Mass 5.3: Capacity 5.4: Reading scales Consolidation Summary 6. Representing information 6.1: Collecting data 6.2: Averages and range Consolidation Summary Review A 7. Fractions 7.1: Calculating fractions 7.2: Equivalent fractions 7.3: Fractions greater than 1 7.4: Adding fractions 7.5: Subtracting fractions 7.6: Multiplying fractions 7.7: Applying order of operations rules to fractions questions 7.8: Problem solving Consolidation Summary 8. Equations and formulae 8.1: Substitution into expressions 8.2: Formulae 8.3: Solving equations Consolidation Summary 9. Geometry 9.1: Relationships between angles 9.2: Coordinates Consolidation Summary 10. Fractions and decimals 10.1: Equivalence of fractions and decimals 10.2: Adding and subtracting decimals 10.3: Multiplying and dividing decimals Consolidation Summary 11. Time and rates of change 11.1: Time 11.2: Real-life graphs 11.3: Travel graphs Consolidation Summary 12. Presenting data and interpreting results 12.1: Pictograms 12.2: Bar charts 12.3: Pie charts 12.4: Frequency diagrams for grouped discrete data 12.5: Using statistics Consolidation Summary Review B 13. Fractions, decimals and percentages 13.1: Understanding percentages 13.2: Fractions, decimals and percentages 13.3: Finding percentages of amounts Consolidation Summary 14. Sequences, functions and graphs 14.1: Looking for patterns 14.2: Number sequences 14.3: Functions 14.4: Graphs of linear functions Consolidation Summary 15. Symmetry and transformations 15.1: Symmetry 15.2: Reflection 15.3: Translation 15.4: Rotation Consolidation Summary 16. Ratio and proportion 16.1: Making comparisons 16.2: Simplifying ratios 16.3: Proportion Consolidation Summary 17. Area, perimeter and volume 17.1: What is area? 17.2: Some of units of area 17.3: Areas of rectangles 17.4: Perimeters of rectangles 17.5: Compound shapes 17.6: What is volume? 17.7: Volume of cuboids 17.8: Surface area Consolidation Summary 18. Probability 18.1: Language of probability 18.2: Experimental probability 18.3: Theoretical probability Consolidation Summary Review C 19. Sets and Venn diagrams 19.1: Sets and their members 19.2: How to describe a set 19.3: Venn diagrams 19.4: Intersection of sets 19.5: Common factors, common multiples Consolidation Summary