# Complete Mathematics for Cambridge Secondary 1 Textbook 3: Cambridge Checkpoint and Beyond

Author(s): Deborah Barton

KS1-KS3 Mathematics | CIE Mathematics

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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 stretch students while the sheer volume of practice will reinforce understanding. Complete Mathematics is the new name for Oxford International Maths.

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1. Fractions and indices 1.1: Working with fractions 1.2: Indices 2. Expressions and formulae 2.1: The origins of algebra and algebraic expressions 2.2: Simplifying and indices 2.3: Expanding brackets 2.4: Factorising expressions 2.5: Algebraic fractions 2.6: The product of two linear expressions 2.7: Substitution into expressions and formulae 2.8: Changing the subject of a formula 3. Shapes and mathematical drawings 3.1: Three-dimensional (3D) shapes 3.2: Constructions 3.3: Maps and scale drawings 3.4: Bearings 4. Number4.1: Directed numbers 4.2: Estimating square roots and cube roots 4.3: Multiplying and dividing by powers of 10 5. Measures 5.1: Length, mass and capacity 5.2: Area 5.3: Volume 5.4: Error in measurements 6. Planning, collecting and processing data 6.1: Planning and collecting data 6.2: Organising data 6.3: Calculating statistics Review A 7. Rounding, multiplying and dividing 7.1: Rounding numbers 7.2: Estimation 7.3: Multiplying and dividing decimals 8. Equations and inequalities 8.1: Solving linear equations 8.2: Constructing and solving equations 8.3: Linear inequalities 8.4: Simultaneous equations 8.5: Trial and improvement to solve quadratic equations 9. Geometry 9.1: Properties of angles 9.2: Angles in polygons 9.3: Angles in circles 9.4: Pythagoras' theorem 9.5: Tessellations 9.6: Loci 10. Mental strategies 10.1: Word problems and strategies 10.2: BIDMAS and inverse operations 10.3: Factors 11. Compound measures 11.1: Compound measures 11.2: Real-life graphs 12. Presenting data and interpreting results 12.1: Displaying data 12.2: Scatter graphs and correlation 12.3: Processing and interpreting data Review B 13. Ratio and proportion 13.1: Simplifying and comparing ratios 13.2: Solving ratio problems 13.3: Direct proportion 14. Sequences, functions and graphs 14.1: Linear functions 14.2: Solving simultaneous equations graphically 14.3: Equations of lines in the form y = mx +c 14.4: Real-life functions 14.5: Direct proportion 14.6: Inverse of a function 14.7: Sequences 15. Transformations 15.1: Translations 15.2: Rotations 15.3: Reflections 15.4: Enlargements 15.5: Similar triangles 15.6: Describing transformations 15.7: Combinations of transformations 16. Fractions, decimals and percentages 16.1: Profit and loss 16.2: Discounts and sales 16.3: Loans and savings 16.4: Taxes 16.5: Percentage change 17. Area, perimeter and volume 17.1: Circles 17.2: Volume of prisms and cylinders 17.3: Surface area of prisms and cylinders 18. Probability 18.1: Successive events 18.2: Relative frequency and probability Review C 19. Quadratics 19.1: Graphs of quadratics 19.2: Expanding two brackets 19.3: Difference between two squares and using quadratics 19.4: Factorising quadratic expressions 19.5: Solving quadratic equations 19.6: Word problems

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- : Oxford Univ Pr
- : Oxford Univ Pr
- : 667.0
- : October 2013
- : h255mm x w195mm x s17mm
- : October 2014
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- : Deborah Barton
- : Paperback
- : English
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