OCR A Level Mathematics Year 1 (AS)

OCR A Level Mathematics Year 1 (AS)

By: Sophie Goldie (author), Val Hanrahan (author), Susan Whitehouse (author), Jean-Paul Muscat (author), Cath Moore (author), Owen Toller (contributor)Paperback

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Exam Board: OCR Level: A-level Subject: Mathematics First Teaching: September 2017 First Exam: June 2018 An OCR endorsed textbook Boost your students' knowledge, skills and understanding so that they can reason and apply mathematical techniques in solving problems; with resources developed specifically for the OCR specification by subject experts and in conjunction with MEI (Mathematics in Education and Industry). - Boosts students' confidence approaching assessment with plenty of practice questions and skill-focused exercises. - Build connections between topics with points of interest and things to notice such as links to real world examples and noticing patterns in the mathematics. - Ensure targeted development of problem-solving, proof and modelling with dedicated sections on these key areas. - Help students to overcome misconceptions and develop insight into problem-solving with annotated worked examples. - Enhance individual understanding with discussion points designed for the classroom and end of chapter summaries of the key points. - Tackle the new statistics requirements with five dedicated statistics chapters and questions around the use of large data sets. - Address the use of technology in Mathematics with a variety of questions based around the use of spreadsheets, graphing software and graphing calculators. - Provide clear paths of progression that combine pure and applied maths into a coherent whole.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781471853067
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 576
  • ID: 9781471853067
  • weight: 1576
  • ISBN10: 1471853063

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