Core Mathematics Principles with over 500 worked examples

Publisher: Xulon Press
© 2019

Introducing to tutors and high school students of mathematics! 
Core Mathematics Principles with over 500 worked examples written by a teacher with 50 years of experience teaching maths in several countries.

 

Problem-solving in mathematics is the application of theory and concepts to a given situation. Mastering this skill distinguishes the more successful students from their peers.


Students must practice solving problems; many problems. The problems must be varied, with different parameters, knowns, unknowns and constraints, for students to flexibly exercise their foundational knowledge and build confidence in applying mathematical techniques

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While there are ample resources to find such problems, and the final answers to these problems, many students report difficulty in finding enough illustrative problems, of broad variability, with step-by-step solutions, to guide their thinking.


Without a wide array of worked solutions, a student’s ability to self-teach problem-solving is limited. The purpose of this book is to put the considerable power of self-study back into students’ hands.


In addition to the basic mathematical concepts and principles, this book provides, in a structured form, over 500 worked examples that students can use, follow and practice upon to improve their mastery of mathematics.