Pearson Mathematics 7 Student Book, Lightbook Starter with eBook + Pearson Mathematics 9 Student Book, Lightbook Starter with eBook, 2nd Edition

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Pearson Mathematics 7 Student Book, Lightbook Starter with eBook + Pearson Mathematics 9 Student Book, Lightbook Starter with eBook, 2nd Edition

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This pack contains 1 copy of the Pearson Mathematics 7 Student Book and access to the year 7 eBook and Lightbook Starter, and 1 copy of the Pearson Mathematics 9 Student Book and access to the year 9 eBook and Lightbook Starter.

The 2nd Edition of the Pearson Mathematics Student Book offers updated questions, activities, design and full coverage of the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics as well as the Victorian Curriculum.

It caters for students of all abilities, with improved differentiation of all exercise questions and more questions for students consolidating their skills, in all exercises.

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The access code will give 15 months access to the eBook from the date of activation

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Key features of the Student Book

  • Fully updated for the latest revised Australian Curriculum: Mathematics, and also for the Victorian Curriculum Mathematics.
  • Each Student Book comes with Reader+, a digital version of the Student Book, available for both online and offline use.
  • Revised, improved differentiation of all exercise questions
  • Better differentiation of difficulty, including questions for students consolidating their skills, in all exercises
  • New mathematics-focused algorithmic thinking and coding activities, for the new Victorian Curriculum Mathematics (and for everyone!).
  • Content informed by pedagogical best practice and the latest research, including rich tasks, 21st-century learning skills and STEM activities.
  • Refreshed content developed specifically to improve learner engagement.
  • Updated real-life data for statistics topics.
  • Updated texts, activities and design.
  • Explorations for CAS (TI-Nspire and Casio ClassPad) and for spreadsheets (Excel) revised and updated
  • New STEM-focused activities have been included
  • Revised and improved theory content especially in Finance, Statistics and Probability chapters
  • Clearer visual differentiation and content organisation to make it easier to distinguish between 10 and 10A content.
Key features of the eBook
  • Available for use online and offline
  • Read the student book with bonus multimedia content.
  • Add, edit, and delete highlights and notes
  • Synchronise state and data across multiple devices even when the user is offline
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Table of contents
Pearson Mathematics 7
  1. Whole numbers
  2. Integers
  3. Fractions
  4. Decimals, percentage and ratio
  5. Algebra
  6. Measurement
  7. Linear equations
  8. Angles and Shapes
  9. Statistics and probability
  10. Transformation and visualisation

Pearson Mathematics 9
  1. Financial mathematics
  2. Pythagoras’ Theorem
  3. Algebra
  4. Measurement
  5. Linear relationships
  6. Geometric reasoning
  7. Trigonometry
  8. Statistics and probability
  9. Non-linear relationships and proportion