Countdown to Mathematics by Lynne Graham, David Sargent


Countdown to Mathematics by Lynne Graham, David Sargent

Countdown to Mathematics has been written to help self-study students to revise and practise basic skills in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, graphs and trigonometry. The nine teaching modules in Countdown to Mathematics have been split into two separate books. Volume 1 consists of Modules 1-4 and concentrates on basic mathematical skills. It deals with arithmetic, simple algebra, how to plot and read graphs, and the representation of data. Where possible, the techniques are illustrated with real-world applications. Volume 2 consists of Modules 5-9 and covers geometry, graphs, trigonometry and algebra.. The emphasis here is on the manipulative skills which are necessary for most mathematical courses beyond GCSE standard.

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320 pages


Lynne Graham, David Sargent
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Publication date

1st January 1981



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