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• ISBN:9781316637395
• Format:Paperback
• Subject(s):Mathematics
• Qualification:Cambridge Checkpoint
• Author(s):Greg Byrd, Lynn Byrd, Chris Pearce
• Available from: February 2017

Written by well-respected authors, the Cambridge Checkpoint Mathematics suite provides a comprehensive structured resource which covers the full Cambridge Secondary 1 Mathematics framework in three stages.

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• DESCRIPTION

This Checkpoint Mathematics Skills Builder Workbook 8 provides tailored exercises that offer targeted support to help students reinforce key skills and build confidence when performing mathematical operations. The workbook provides clear re-entry points at the end of each exercise to guide students back to the coursebook.

• Contents
• FEATURES
• Engaging exercises reinforce key concepts and help students feel more confident with mathematics.

• Clear links provided at the end of each workbook exercise offer students a re-entry point back to the coursebook

• Focus on specific mathematical skills helps students reinforce critical skills.

• CONTENTS
• 1. Integers, powers and roots
• 2. Sequences, expressions and formulae
• 3. Place value, ordering and rounding
• 4. Length, mass and capacity
• 5. Angles
• 6. Planning and collecting data
• 7. Fractions
• 8. Shapes and geometric reasoning
• 9. Simplifying expressions and solving equations
• 10. Processing and presenting data
• 11. Percentages
• 12. Constructions
• 13. Graphs
• 14. Ratio and proportion
• 15. Probability
• 16. Position and movement
• 17. Area, perimeter and volume
• 18. Interpreting and discussing results

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