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Key Skills: Application of Number - Go Figure!

By: June Haighton and Mark Rowland
201 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Nelson Thornes
Key Skills: Application of Number - Go Figure!
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Level 2 an Level 3 material is clearly distinguished and questions where Level 3 students can use calculators are indicated. It is organised in clear 2-4 page spreads. It uses numerous 'real life' examples with worked examples rather than large chunks of text to explain maths. Regular 'check points' encourage students to check their own answers. It focuses on just what students need to learn for the Key Skills Qualification. It includes section on developing a portfolio, with examples of assignments and suggested answers.

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Oh no ... not more maths!; calculation techniques; using formulae; shape and space; charts, graphs and diagrams; organizing data; working with data; presenting findings; working with average values; portfolio development; the external test; tricks of the trade.

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June Haighton Co-author of Complete A- Level Mathematics - Mechanics Advisor for Key Maths GCSE
By: June Haighton and Mark Rowland
201 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Nelson Thornes
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