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### Further mathematics: chapters 9 to 12

This resource, published by G Bell and Sons, was intended to complete the two-year course for those studying Pure Mathematics and also to extend the course to give adequate preparation for the 'S' papers of the GCE and similar examinations.

**CHAPTER IX - DE MOIVRE'S THEOREM AND...**

### Further mathematics: chapters 13 to 16

This resource, published by G Bell and Sons, was intended to complete the two-year course for those studying Pure Mathematics and also to extend the course to give adequate preparation for the 'S' papers of the GCE and similar examinations.

**CHAPTER XIII - FURTHER PROPERTIES OF PLANE CURVES...**

### Further mathematics: revision papers

This resource, published by G Bell and Sons, was intended to complete the two-year course for those studying Pure Mathematics and also to extend the course to give adequate preparation for the 'S' papers of the GCE and similar examinations.

**Revision papers** - contains a...

### Engaging Mathematics 2

Engaging Mathematics 2, written by David Wells, invites the reader to reflect on their own mathematical activity. Do you tackle mathematics by turning to paper and pen, the computer, experimental apparatus or think in images and/or symbols? It is likely that the reader uses each process at some point but when and...

### Engaging Mathematics 1

Engaging Mathematics 1, written by David Wells, first invites the reader to ask questions that relate to given situations. Mathematical growth often mirrors the questions and problems posed at the time. The reader is taken through some past developments in order to reflect on how aspects of mathematics are...

### Engaging Mathematics 3

The third booklet in the Engaging Mathematics series, written by David Wells, invites the reader to consider different ways of looking at situations. Being able to relate to situations, experiences, structures, language and form is an important feature of learning. This is particularly so in mathematics when...

### The Mathematics Curriculum: from Graphs to Calculus

This book first published in 1977 is about graphs, their drawing, their interpretation, their development and their use. It discusses the teaching of graphs from their early introduction and as far as the beginnings of integral and differential calculus. The book also places the teaching of graphs in an historical...

### Contemporary School Mathematics Exercises: 2

This resource, published by Edward Arnold, was written to supply a set of examples on the 'modern' topics required for the St. Dunstan's College O-level examination syllabus, but many of the chapters go beyond the needs of O-level.

The text preceding each exercise is brief, but there are references to other...

### Correlation

This unit from the Continuing Mathematics Project is about the relationship between two quantities (correlation). If the two quantities are height of father and height of son, then we often want to know the extent to which 'tall fathers have tall sons'. Two quantities may be correlated quite strongly while another...

### Critical Path Analysis

This unit from the Continuing Mathematics Project is the first of two units on Critical Path Analysis (CPA). The broad objective of this unit is for students to become familiar with the diagrammatic conventions and with some of the terminology used in CPA.

The first half of the unit is devoted to exposition...