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• ISBN:9781316625019
• Format:Cambridge Elevate
• Subject(s):Mathematics
• Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
• Author(s):Steve Dobbs, Jane Miller, Julian Gilbey
• Available from: January 2017

Cambridge AS and A Level Mathematics is a revised series to ensure full syllabus coverage.

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• DESCRIPTION

This Cambridge Elevate edition coursebook has been revised and updated to ensure that it meets the requirements for the Statistics 2 (S2) unit of Cambridge AS and A Level Mathematics (9709). This revised edition has been redesigned and includes updated review questions to reflect changes in the style of questions asked in the course.

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• FEATURES
• Redesigned materials to keep content engaging.

• Full endorsement from Cambridge International Examinations.

• Fully updated review questions to better reflect the type of questioning in the AS and A Level Mathematics qualification.

• Redesigned materials to keep content engaging.

• Learning objectives at the start of each chapter.

• Clear, narrative explanation of mathematical concepts, terminology and notation, with results and procedures appearing in boxes for easy reference.

• Stimulating worked examples that take a step-by-step approach to problem solving.

• Revision exercises and practice exam papers are featured throughout.

• CONTENTS
• Introduction
• 1. The Poisson distribution
• 2. Linear combinations of random variables
• 3. Continuous random variables
• 4. Sampling
• 5. Estimation
• 6. Hypothesis testing: continuous variables
• 7. Hypothesis testing: discrete variables
• 8. Errors in hypothesis testing
• Revision exercise
• Practice exam-style papers
• Normal distribution function table
• Index
• Formulae

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