The book mirrors the content of 7/1 and 7/2 and provides extension material linked to these resources. Particularly appropriate for developing and extending the requirements of the new National Framework for Teaching Maths. There is a strong focus on mental work and non-calculator questions. Also contains non-National Curriculum areas designed to provide stimulating and challenging activities. Look out for Escher and Limping Seagulls for example! Written by best-selling and experienced authors.
Table of Contents
Statistics - statistical diagrams, two-way tables; symmetry - reflection, rotation; number patterns - prime numbers, polygon numbers; powerful numbers - number puzzles, graphs of powers; shape and construction - angles in polygons, Escher pictures; decimals and number bases -decimals, number bases; 3-D - the extra dimension - surface area, volume and solids; probability - probability paper, arrangements; algebra - collecting terms, formulas; angles -constructions, proof; lines and curves - equations of graphs, moving graphs; units and networks - weird units, networks; algebra - into the unknown - brackets and equations, changing the subject; compound areas - compound areas, Pick's theorem; small parts - algebraic fractions, recurring decimals; statistics - what does it all mean? -averages, scatter graphs.