School Mathematics of East Africa Teacher's Book 1 by Madge Quinn, Janet Kaahwa
  

School Mathematics of East Africa Teacher's Book 1

Written by Madge Quinn, Janet Kaahwa
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School Mathematics of East Africa Teacher's Book 1 by Madge Quinn, Janet Kaahwa

School Mathematics of East Africa (SMEA) is one of the most successful mathematics courses in East Africa. This new edition brings the books up to date while maintaining the successful features and methodology of the original course. The Student's Books * fulfill the requirements of the present UCE O level syllabus * contain relevant worked examples to explain key mathematical concepts * present many opportunities for practical and group work * monitor the student's progress through revision exercises. Each Student's Book is fully supported by a Teacher's Book.

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Format

Paperback
232 pages

Author

Madge Quinn, Janet Kaahwa
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

28th February 2001

ISBN

9780521625012


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