This book aims to provide students with a comprehensive revision course that will help them prepare for their GCE O Level examinations. Each chapter of the book consists of: 1. Overview of The Topic: Overview gives students a full picture of the topic. It shows the students the structure and all the key areas of the chapter. 2. Objectives: Objectives based on the latest syllabus are given in this part. Students should make sure that they are able to meet all the expectations before taking the examination. 3. Key Points: This part is featured by concise study notes. All main points and formulae are presented to help students consolidate their knowledge learnt in class. 4. Exam Tips: Common mistakes, misconceptions and important reminders are listed in this part. 5. Stop & Think (Challenging questions with solutions): For each chapter, different types of questions appearing in the examination are included to enhance students examination techniques. All these questions are provided with answers and explanations. Challenging exam-type questions are provided at the end of every chapter. The exercises enable students to have constant practice in order for them to apply the concepts that they have learnt. Fully worked out solutions are provided to show pupils the correct way to present their workings and derive the answers.
This book covers the newly revised syllabus for GCE O LEVEL MATHEMATICS. Aiming to provide students with an effective yet easy-to-follow guide, each chapter in this book consists of
1. Overview of the Topic: This table shows the structure and all the key areas of a topic.
2. Objectives: Objectives based on the latest syllabus are given in this part. Students should make sure that they are able to meet all of the expectations before taking the examination.
3. Key Points: This part is featured by concise study notes. All key concepts and formulae are presented to help students consolidate their knowledge learnt in class.
4. Stop & Think: These are useful learning-type questions provided after each subtopic to help students identify and enhance the learning of key concepts.
5. Challenging Questions with Worded Solutions: At the end of each chapter, challenging exam-type questions enable students to have constant practice in order for them to apply the concepts that they have learnt. Fully worked out solutions are also provided to show the correct way of presenting workings and answers.
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About the Author
K. A.Stroud was formerly Principal Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics at Coventry University, UK. He is also the author of Foundation Mathematics and Advanced Engineering Mathematics, companion volumes to this book.
Dexter J. Booth was formerly Principal Lecturer in the School of Computing and Engineering at the University of Huddersfield, UK. He is the author of several mathematics textbooks and is co-author of Foundation Mathematics and Advanced Engineering Mathematics.
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