# New Maths in Action S1/3 Pupil's Book

Nelson Thornes, 2002 - Mathematics - 308 pages
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This text has been developed to provide an easy-to-use course completely in line with the Mathematics 5-14 national Guidelines in Scotland. The book contains features designed to allow more effective teaching in the classroom. All material and exercises throughout the books in this series are clearly identified with a 5-14 level indicator while identical chapter titles and introductions enable mixed ability and streamed teaching.

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### Contents

 Whole numbers 1 Looking back 1 Mental calculations 2 Whole number calculations 4 Squares cubes and square roots 6 Factors and prime factors 9 below zero 11 8 12 Sum difference product and quotient 16
 65 180 The areas of other quadrilaterals 181 circumference and diameter 183 The area of a circle 184 Checkup 187 Letters numbers and sequences 188 The shape of numbers 189 The nth terms from multiples 191

 More mental calculations 17 Checkup 18 2 3 4 5 Subtracting integers Multiplying integers Dividing integers Looking back 20 Adding and subtracting without a calculator 21 Adding and subtracting on the calculator 24 Rounding to 1 decimal place 26 Multiplying and dividing by 10 100 and 1000 27 Multiplying and dividing a decimal by a whole number 28 Multiplying and dividing on the calculator 31 being more precise 9 32 Rounding to more than 1 decimal place 35 Further multiplication and division 36 Significant figures 39 Scientific notation 41 Checkup 42 Looking back 44 Angles associated with parallel lines 47 Corresponding angles 3 51 Alternate angles 52 5 53 Mixed examples 54 The sum of the angles of a polygon 56 Checkup 57 Letters and numbers Looking back 59 A variety of expressions 60 Like terms 1 2 3 4 61 Ordering the operations 62 Repeated adding and multiplying 65 Evaluating squares 67 7 68 Removing brackets 8 69 Factorising expressions 71 4 6 72 Information handling 1 73 11 74 13 77 16 79 40 85 42 86 47 87 Time and temperature 89 51 93 59 94 60 95 Position and movement 108 Solving equations 127 61 134 Measuring length 142 Tiling and symmetry 157 Rotation and rotational symmetry 160 Translation and translational symmetry 164 Enlargement and reduction 168 Checkup 171 Area 173 62 175 Using formulae 176 Rightangled triangles 178 Any triangle 179
 Rulemaking 194 Problem solving 197 Formulae and graphs 200 Checkup 202 The triangle 204 The sum of the angles of a triangle 206 Drawing triangles 209 67 210 Measuring heights and distances 212 Drawing more triangles 214 The exterior angles of a triangle 216 Checkup 218 14 Ratio and proportion 219 Ratios 220 Unitary ratios 222 Sharing 224 Direct proportion 225 Graphing direct proportion 227 Inverse proportion 228 Mixed examples 229 Checkup 231 Fractions and percentages 232 Finding a fraction of an amount 233 Calculating a percentage of an amount 235 Using percentages 237 Rational numbers 240 Equivalent fractions and mixed numbers 242 Adding and subtracting common fractions 244 71 245 Multiplying fractions 247 Division 248 Checkup 250 16 Twodimensional shapes 251 The square and rectangle 252 The rhombus and kite 255 The parallelogram and trapezium 258 Classifying quadrilaterals 260 Drawing polygons 263 Checkup 264 17 Three dimensions 266 Pyramids and prisms 268 Drawing solids 270 Skeleton models 271 Nets of pyramids and prisms 272 Surface area 274 Volumes of cubes and cuboids 277 Volumes of prisms 280 Checkup 281 Information handling 2 283 formulae 285 line graphs 287 pie charts 288 stem and leaf 292 scatter graphs 294 Probability 297 Checkup 299 Copyright

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