Oxford International Maths for Cambridge: Secondary 1 Student Book 1: For Cambridge Checkpoint and beyond by Deborah BartonOxford International Maths for Cambridge: Secondary 1 Student Book 1: For Cambridge Checkpoint and beyond by Deborah Barton

Oxford International Maths for Cambridge: Secondary 1 Student Book 1: For Cambridge Checkpoint and…

byDeborah Barton

Paperback | January 20, 2013

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Written by experienced examiners to comprehensively cover the revised Cambridge Secondary 1 curriculum, this course will thoroughly prepare your students to excel in the Checkpoint test and offers rigorous challenge that will give students a flying start in the Cambridge IGCSE. With amethodical and logical approach that matches the new framework, carefully developed exercises will really stretch students while the sheer volume of practice will reinforce understanding.
Deborah Barton is an experienced teacher, principal examiner and maths consultant with a passion for active learning in mathematics. She has a great deal of experience working with gifted and talented students using innovative methods to stretch those with high ability in the subject. Deborah has experience as an author, writing activi...
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Title:Oxford International Maths for Cambridge: Secondary 1 Student Book 1: For Cambridge Checkpoint and…Format:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 10.04 × 7.68 × 0.58 inPublished:January 20, 2013Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199137048

ISBN - 13:9780199137046

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Table of Contents

1. Number and calculation 11.1 Number facts1.2 Adding and subtracting numbers1.3 Multiplication and associated division facts1.4 Decimals1.5 Decimals and place value1.6 Decimals and your calculator1.74 Multiplying and dividing decimals by powers of ten1.8 Rounding1.9 Negative numbers1.10 Negative numbers and addition1.11 Subtracting negative numbers1.12 Some ways we use negative numbers1.13 Laws of arithmetic and inverse operations1.14 Order of operationsConsolidationSummary2. Expressions2.1 Expressions2.2 Simplifying2.3 Expanding bracketsConsolidationSummary3. Shapes and constructions3.1 Lines and angles3.2 Measuring angles3.3 Drawing angles3.4 Looking at triangles3.5 Looking at quadrilaterals3.6 Polygons3.7 Solid shapes3.8 ConstructionsConsolidationSummary4. Number and calculation 24.1 Multiples and factors4.2 Divisibility tests4.3 Squares and square roots4.4 Multiplying and dividing with two digit numbersConsolidationSummary5. Length, mass and capacity5.1 Length5.2 Mass5.3 Capacity5.4 Reading scalesConsolidationSummary6. Representing information6.1 Collecting data6.2 Averages and rangeConsolidationSummaryReview A7. Fractions7.1 Calculating fractions7.2 quivalent fractions7.3 Fractions greater than 17.4 Adding fractions7.5 Subtracting fractions7.6 Multiplying fractions7.7 Applying order of operations rules to fractions questions7.8 Problem solvingConsolidationSummary8. Equations and formulae8.1 Substitution into expressions8.2 Formulae8.3 Solving equationsConsolidationSummary9. Geometry9.1 Relationships between angles9.2 CoordinatesConsolidationSummary10. Fractions and decimals10.1 Equivalence of fractions and decimals10.2 Adding and subtracting decimals10.3 Multiplying and dividing decimalsConsolidationSummary11. Time and rates of change11.1 Time11.2 Real-life graphs11.3 Travel graphsConsolidationSummary12. Presenting data and interpreting results12.1 Pictograms12.2 Bar charts12.3 Pie charts12.4 Frequency diagrams for grouped discrete data12.5 Using statisticsConsolidationSummaryReview B13. Fractions, decimals and percentages13.10 Understanding percentages13.2 Fractions, decimals and percentages13.3 Finding percentages of amountsConsolidationSummary14. Sequences, functions and graphs14.1 Looking for patterns14.2 Number sequences14.3 Functions14.4 Graphs of linear functionsConsolidationSummary15. Symmetry and transformations15.1 Symmetry15.2 Reflection15.3 Translation15.4 RotationConsolidationSummary16. Ratio and proportion16.1 Making comparisons16.2 Simplifying ratios16.3 ProportionConsolidationSummary17. Area, perimeter and volume17.1 What is area?17.2 Some of units of area17.3 Areas of rectangles17.4 Perimeters of rectangles17.5 Compound shapes17.6 What is volume?17.7 Volume of cuboids17.8 Surface areaConsolidationSummary18. Probability18.1 Language of probability18.2 Experimental probability18.3 Theoretical probabilityConsolidationSummaryReview C19. Sets and Venn diagrams19.1 Sets and their members19.2 How to describe a set19.3 Venn diagrams19.4 Intersection of sets19.5 Common factors, common multiplesConsolidationSummary