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Complete Mechanics for Cambridge International AS & A Level -

Complete Mechanics for Cambridge International AS & A Level

By Phillip Crossley, Martin Burgess, Jim Fensom

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Support achievement in the latest syllabus (9709), for examination from 2020, with a stretching, practice-driven approach that builds the advanced skills required for Cambridge exam success and progression to further study.This new edition is fully aligned with the Mechanics part of the latest International AS & A Level syllabus, and contains a comprehensive mapping grid so you can be sure of complete support. Get students ready for higher education with a focus on real world application. From parabolic reflectors to technology in sport, up-to-date, international examples show how mathematics is used in real life.Students have plenty of opportunities to hone their skills with extensive graduated practice and thorough worked examples. Plus, give students realistic practice for their exams with exam-style questions covering every topic.Answers are included in the back of the book with full step-by-step solutions for all exercises and exam-style questions available on the accompanying support site.

Product code: 9780198425199

ISBN 9780198425199
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H246xW189xS8
No. Of Pages 144
Publisher Oxford University Press
Edition 2nd Revised edition
Providing complete syllabus support (9709), this stretching and practice-focused course builds the advanced skills needed for the latest Cambridge assessments and the transition to higher education. Engaging, real world examples make mathematics relevant to real life.