- Format:Print/online bundle
- Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
- Author(s):Julian Gilbey, Jan Dangerfield, Stuart Haring
- Available from: July 2018
This series has been developed specifically for the Cambridge International AS & A Level Mathematics (9709) syllabus to be examined from 2020.
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The coursebook provides clear explanations and practice exercises to help students master maths skills. This edition comes with a subscription to the Mechanics Cambridge Online Mathematics component. With all of the materials found within the coursebook, including answers, Cambridge Online Mathematics offers students the facility to demonstrate their working, as well as opportunities for self-assessment, and allows teachers to set classroom and homework exercises to individual students or entire classes, with the ability to track progress. The online resource requires internet access. For more information on how to use Cambridge Online Mathematics, please see inside the front cover.
Detailed coursebook with clear explanations and practice exercises alongside an intuitive digital resource offers students comprehensive materials to give them confidence when learning mathematics.
Written specifically for the syllabus for examination from 2020, giving teachers and learners confidence that the content of the syllabus is comprehensively covered.
Exam-style questions and practice exam-style papers at the end of each chapter, as well as cross-topic review exercises, provide opportunities for assessment.
Creating tests, organising classroom/homework activities is easy for teachers using the intuitive online interface and result tracker feature.
An internet connection is required to access all the benefits of Cambridge Online Mathematics.
For more information on how to use Cambridge Online Mathematics, please see inside the front cover.
- Cambridge Online Maths
- 1. Velocity and acceleration
- 2. Force and motion in one dimension
- 3. Forces in two dimensions
- Cross-topic review exercise 1
- 4. Friction
- 5. Connected particles
- 6. General motion in a straight line
- Cross-topic review exercise 2
- 7. Momentum
- 8. Work and energy
- 9. The work–energy principle and power
- Cross-topic review exercise 3
- Practice Exam Style Paper.
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