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• ISBN:9781107450189
• Format:Paperback
• Subject(s):Mathematics
• Qualification:OCR
• Author(s):Tabitha Steel, Coral Thomas, Mark Dawes, Steven Watson
• Available from: June 2015

A new series of bespoke, full-coverage resources developed for the 2015 GCSE Mathematics qualifications.

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Endorsed for the OCR J560 GCSE Mathematics Foundation tier specification for first teaching from 2015, this Problem-solving Book contains a variety of questions for students to develop their problem-solving and reasoning skills within the context of the new GCSE curriculum. Suitable for all Foundation tier students, this resource will stretch the more able and provide support to those who need it. Questions with worked solutions will help students develop the reasoning, interpreting, estimating and communication skills required to help them effectively solve problems. Encouraging progression by promoting higher-level thinking, our Problem-solving Books will help prepare students for further study.

• Contents
• FEATURES
• Introductory themes and commentary to guide students through the chapters, prompting different ways of thinking and allowing students to consider different techniques.

• Questions in a variety of contexts in each chapter, to help students develop problem-solving and reasoning techniques.

• Includes full solutions and explanations at the back of the book.

• CONTENTS
• Introduction
• Problem-solving strategies: 1. Draw a diagram
• 2. I can't do that, but I can do this
• 4. Solve a simpler problem
• 5. Make changes to the problem
• 6. Do you recognise the problem?
• 7. What is a sensible answer?
• 8. It depends how you look at it
• 9. Work systematically
• 10. If you don't know what to do, do something
• Worked solutions: 1. Draw a diagram
• 2. I can't do that, but I can do this
• 4. Solve a simpler problem
• 5. Make changes to the problem
• 6. Do you recognise the problem?
• 7. What is a sensible answer?
• 8. It depends how you look at it
• 9. Work systematically
• 10. If you don't know what to do, do something.

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