Maths in Action - Intermediate 2 Students' Book by Doug Brown, Robin D. Howat, Glenys Marra, Edward C. K. Mullan
  

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Maths in Action - Intermediate 2 Students' Book by Doug Brown, Robin D. Howat, Glenys Marra, Edward C. K. Mullan

This title includes starting points that give practice of key knowledge required for the chapter. It: contains plenty of questions for practice and consolidation, highlights work beyond minimum C grade competence, and an end of chapter review to check understanding.

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Format

Paperback
400 pages
Interest Age: Age 11-14yrs

Author

Doug Brown, Robin D. Howat, Glenys Marra, Edward C. K. Mullan
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Publisher


www.nelsonthornes.com

Publication date

15th July 1999

ISBN

9780174314943


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