STP National Curriculum Mathematics Pupil Book 9A by L. Bostock, F. S. Chandler, Ewart Smith, Brian Bostock
  

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STP National Curriculum Mathematics Pupil Book 9A by L. Bostock, F. S. Chandler, Ewart Smith, Brian Bostock

This is a proven successful and traditional model from these authors. Each chapter presents the necessary text, fully worked examples and plenty of carefully graded questions. Each book starts with a summary of the main results from the previous books for continuity. Summaries and revision exercises are phased through the books to provide extra consolidation work. Practical work, investigations or puzzles feature in every chapter - Ma1 activities are explicit and relevant to the mathematics being learned. Challenge questions are included to stretch the most able pupils.

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L Bostock & S Chandler - Groundbreaking writers with an impeccable track record of producing best-selling books that contain a rigorous approach to teaching maths

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Format

Paperback
448 pages

Author

L. Bostock, F. S. Chandler, Ewart Smith, Brian Bostock
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Publisher

Nelson Thornes Ltd an imprint of Oxford University Press
www.nelsonthornes.com

Publication date

23rd October 2001

ISBN

9780748764952


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