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Exam Board: SQA Level: Advanced Higher Subject: Maths First Teaching: 2019, First Exam: 2020 The Advanced Higher Maths Student Book helps teachers and students map their route through the CfE programme, providing comprehensive and authoritative guidance for the course. * Full coverage of the new Advanced Higher course specifications with list of learning intentions * Attractive layout with clear text features * Key questions highlight crucial concepts and techniques that need to be grasped by students in order to progress to the next learning intention * What the examiner/assessor is looking for to help teachers & students feel secure * End of unit material - unit assessment, exam-style questions with worked answers and examiners commentary, self-assessment Student Books give a practical, supportive approach to help deliver the new curriculum and offer a blend of sound teaching and learning with assessment guidance.
Maths + history + jokes - boring bits = A Quick History of Maths. This book begins around 43,000 years ago with a notched baboon leg, the Lebombo bone (the very first mathematical object in the world) and rushes us past Hindu numerals and the invention of zero, via Pythagoras, Pascal and probability, right up to the present day, with big data and the maths that rules our digital lives. Geometri-cool! You will discover: How to count on your fingers (there are more ways than you might think!) Why we have 60 seconds in a minute (hint: it's to do with the ancient Babylonians) How to count like an Egyptian (using hieroglyphs) Why it's hip to be square using square numbers A Pythagorean party trick The naked truth of Archimedes' bath time mathematics How to do matha-magic with magic squares ...and much more. In chronological order from pre-history to present day, this is the story of maths itself. It's 43,000 years of human mathematical endeavor squeezed into one book for your reading pleasure. Illustrated with funny cartoons and packed with fascinating facts, you'll be laughing and learning how to be a better mathematician.
Discover all kinds of graphs and charts and how to use them in this entertaining activity book. The activities encourage children to collect and analyse data, from tallying the number of animals spotted on safari, to displaying types of weather on a bar chart and sorting animals into a Venn diagram. Quizzes after each section let children test what they've learned.
An entertaining wipe-clean book filled with multiplication activities that help children understand how to multiply in columns. Part of the Usborne Key Skills series that supports the Maths lessons children learn at school. The wipe-clean pages offer endless practice, and answers and secret notes for grown-ups are at the back.
Support your child at the start of their learning journey with these exciting and engaging activity books. Completely in line with the Early Years Foundation Stage, this early Maths book offers the perfect introduction to maths in school. Rich number activities to really help boost your child's progress Clear instructions to adults on each page to explain each activity Provides reassurance whilst supporting your child's learning at home. First Learning Number covers numbers 1-10 with lots of practice mixed with engaging, colourful illustrations. Also includes two free Number Games at the back of the book to apply what they have learned. Designed to make learning fun, First Learning titles offer a real sense of achievement with a free rewards certificate.
Build mathematical knowledge and skills and explore the PYP transdisciplinary themes via this colourful, inquiry-based Student Book. * Fully support the PYP approach with comprehensive coverage of the PYP Mathematics Scope and Sequence * Progressively build understanding via guided, independent and extended learning activities * Cover the five strands of Number, Pattern and Function, Measurement, Shape and Space, and Data Handling using the PYP methodology of constructing, transferring and applying meaning * Encourage learners to explore and apply knowledge using real-world problems
Tracing the development of mathematics from a biographical standpoint, Mathematics Frontiers: 1950 to the Present profiles innovators from the second half of the 20th century who made significant discoveries in both pure and applied mathematics. From John H. Conway, who helped complete the classification of all finite groups (and invented The Game of Life board game), to Stephen Hawking, who established the mathematical basis for black holes, to Fan Chung, who developed an encoding and decoding algorithm for cell phone calls, this lively survey of contemporary minds behind the math is ideal for middle and high school students seeking resources for research or general interest.
Although mathematical innovation stagnated in Europe after the fall of the Roman Empire, scholars in southern Asia and the Middle East continued to preserve the mathematical writings of the Greeks and contributed new ideas to arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, as well as astronomy and physics. The five centuries from CE 1300 to 1800 marked the end of a rich period of cultural, mathematical, and scientific advancements in China, India, and Arabic countries, while witnessing new intellectual life in Europe and the Western Hemisphere. The Age of Genius acquaints middle and high school students with the lives and contributions of 10 intriguing but perhaps lesser-known mathematical pioneers of this time. Included here, for example, is a portrait of 14th-century Iranian mathematician Ghiyath al-Din Jamshid Mas'ud al-Kashi, who developed and improved methods for approximating numerical values, and introduced geometrical methods for determining areas and volumes of architectural domes, arches, and vaults.
Encyclopedia of Mathematics is a comprehensive one-volume encyclopedia designed for high school through early college students. More than 1,000 entries, more than 125 photographs and illustrations, and numerous essays cover the principal areas and issues that characterize this new area of science. This valuable resource unites disparate ideas and provides the meaning, history, context, and relevance behind each one. The easy-to-use format makes finding straightforward and natural answers to questions within arithmetic - such as algebra, trigonometry, geometry, probability, combinatorics, numbers, logic, calculus, and statistics - simple. Encyclopedia of Mathematics also gives historical context to mathematical concepts, with entries discussing ancient Arabic, Babylonian, Chinese, Egyptian, Greek, Hindu, and Mayan mathematics, as well as entries providing biographical descriptions of important people in the development of mathematics.
Profiling 20 popular math careers, this full-color resource provides students with a comprehensive overview of education and training requirements, earnings, outlook, and much more to help them in their career search.
This important tool for teachers and education professionals updates the messages of NCTM's previous Standards and shows how students' learning should grow across four grade bands: pre-K-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12. It incorporates a clear set of principles and a sharper focus on how students' knowledge grows as shown by recent research. It also includes ways to incorporate the use of technology to make mathematics instruction relevant and effective in a technological world. The accompanying CD offers a searchable hypertext edition of Principles and Standards, which includes the full text of the printed volume along with interactive maths tools that support the vision of the Standards. The CD also contains a version of the Illuminations website, which includes hundreds of lessons, interactive tools and reviewed web sites that support Principles and Standards and the three previous Standards documents.