Oxford IB Diploma Programme: Mathematics Standard Level Course Companion - pr_274690

Oxford IB Diploma Programme: Mathematics Standard Level Course Companion

By Paul La Rondie, Ed Kemp, Laurie Buchanan, Jim Fensom

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Part of a completely new offering for IB Mathematics, this text provides extensive practice, detailed examination support, the latest GDC support and a free eBook, in addition to offering the most thorough syllabus coverage, which is crucial for the IB student. Uniquely developed with the IB, you can trust it takes the best approach. With carefully stepped activities with extensive practice, students will gain confidence in their skills. Activities make cross-curricular and real-world connections, while emphasising the historical and cultural aspects of the theory, in line with the Learner Profile. An eBook gives students ultimate flexibility in their study, including animations to simplify challenging concepts, interactive worked solutions and full and up-to-date GDC instructions for the most commonly used calculators. A supportive Study Guide is also available.About the series: The only DP resources developed directly with the IB, the Oxford IB Course Books are the most comprehensive core resources to support learners through their study. Fully incorporating the learner profile, resources are assessed by consulting experts in international-mindedness and TOK to ensure these crucial components are deeply embedded into learning.

Product code: 9780198390114

ISBN 9780198390114
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H255xW196xS35
Series Oxford IB Diploma Programme
No. Of Pages 800
Publisher Oxford University Press
With unrivalled guidance straight from the IB, over 700 pages of practice and the most comprehensive and correct syllabus coverage, this course book will set your learners up to excel. The only resource developed directly with the IB, it fully captures the IB ethos, connecting mathematical applications with relevant, real examples.