Cambridge Checkpoints VCE Mathematical Methods 2005 by Neil Duncan
  

Cambridge Checkpoints VCE Mathematical Methods 2005

Written by Neil Duncan
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Part of the Cambridge Checkpoints Series

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Cambridge Checkpoints VCE Mathematical Methods 2005 by Neil Duncan

Checkpoints VCE Mathematical Methods, 2005 has been prepared specifically to meet the needs of students sitting for their VCE Mathematical Methods exams in 2005. Features of this edition include: * official exam questions from 1998-2003 past examination papers; * complete coverage of core facts, skills and analysis tasks, organised by topic to reflect the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority 2002 Study Guide; * fully worked suggested solutions. Designed specifically to encourage independent study and revision, Checkpoints VCE Mathematical Methods, 2005 is the complete examination preparation handbook for VCE students.

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Format

Paperback
208 pages

Author

Neil Duncan
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

26th October 2004

ISBN

9780521608381


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