Additional Mathematics

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J. Murray, 1994 - Mathematics - 421 pages
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The NISEAC GCSE in Additional Maths is currently the only SEAC-approved Additional Maths GCSE. This book has been written to provide comprehensive coverage of the entire syllabus for this examination. It is designed not only for Additional Maths candidates, but also for sixth formers and FE students of physics, and more able maths students who are in their GCSE year and who intend to continue with the subject beyond 16.;The book features coverage of all branches of mathematics (Pure, Mechanics and Statistics) in detail; an extensive range of worked examples illustrating new topics; exercises which provide opportunities for students to practise the essential skills (with answers to the questions at the back of the book); short profiles the mathematicians most closely associated with the particular area being addressed; and a range of challenging examination questions at the end of each chapter.

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Hugh Morrison is an experienced engineer who has worked on a wide range of structures; from spacecraft to stadia; from glass staircases to residential properties. He maintains a practice in the UK, never having moved fully from the design office to the boardroom.

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