Integrated Mathematics Scheme: N1

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From the Integrated Mathematics Scheme, this book is designed for students who were likely to be taking examinations equivalent to higher level GCSE. The book contains 30 units, split into three sections each containing ten units.

[b]Units 1 to 10[/b] cover:
Calculating long multiplication and long division without the use of a calculator, solving linear equations, changing inequalities, translation and reflection of shapes on a four quadrant grid, drawing straight line graphs, dealing with different units of length, properties of size A paper, direct proportionality using graphs and expressed as a function, enlargement and scale factors, maps and plans, line and rotational symmetry, regular polygons, ruler and compass constructions, loci and calculation of the mean including use of sigma notation.

[b]Units 11 to 20[/b] cover:
Probability, angles in triangles and quadrilaterals, bearings, similar triangles, circumference, arcs, areas and sectors of circles, radian measure, straight line graphs, simultaneous equations, simultaneous inequalities, timetables, arithmetic in base 2 and other number bases, addition and multiplication of matrices, translation by a vector, pictograms, bar charts and pie charts.

[b]Units 21 to 30[/b] cover:
Calculation of volume of prisms and cylinders, density, multiplying out brackets, factorising, difference of squares, algebraic fractions, squares and square roots, application of Pythagoras’ Theorem, substitution into a formula, change the subject of a formula, four rules for directed numbers, solution of quadratics, use of sine, cosine and tangent, finding area of triangle using sine, use of logarithms, laws of indices and exponential graph.

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