Core 3 and 4 for OCR by Douglas Quadling, Hugh Neill
  

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Core 3 and 4 for OCR by Douglas Quadling, Hugh Neill

Fully endorsed by OCR and revised to match the 2005 specification, this series has been carefully revised by experienced teachers and provides easy to use texts. Cambridge Advanced Mathematics for OCR encourages achievement by supporting revision and consolidation through review exercises and mock exam papers written by experienced examiners. The books also explore ideas through practical and computer activities.

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Paperback
409 pages

Author

Douglas Quadling, Hugh Neill
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

27th January 2005

ISBN

9780521548977


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