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# New Syllabus Mathematics Textbook 1 (7th Edition)

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New Syllabus Mathematics (NSM) is a series of textbooks specially designed to provide valuable learning experiences to engage the hearts and minds of students sitting for the GCE O-level examination in Mathematics. Included in the textbooks are Investigation, Class Discussion, Thinking Time, Journal Writing, Performance Task and Problems in Real-World Contexts to support the teaching and learning of Mathematics.

Every chapter begins with a chapter opener that motivates students in learning the topic.  Interesting stories about Mathematicians, real-life examples and applications are used to arouse students’ interest and curiosity so that they can appreciate the beauty of Mathematics in their surroundings.

The use of ICT helps students visualize and manipulate mathematical objects more easily, thus making the learning of mathematics more interactive.

Product Details:

 ISBN-13 : 9789812375032 Pages : 448 pages Consultant : Dr Yeap Ban Har Authors : Dr Joseph Yeo, Teh Keng Seng, Loh Cheng Yee, Ivy Chow, Neo Chai Meng, Jacinth Liew Dimensions : 8.75 in x 10.75 in x 1 in Weight : 2.44 lbs

 Chapter 1- Primes, Highest Common Factor and Lowest Common Multiple Prime Numbers Square Roots and Cube Roots Highest Common Factor and Lowest Common Multiple Chapter 2 - Integers, Rational Numbers and Real Numbers Negative Numbers Addition and Subtraction involving Negative Numbers Multiplication and Division involving Negative Numbers Rational Numbers and Real Numbers Chapter 3 - Approximation and Estimation Approximation Significant Figures Rounding and Truncation Errors Estimation Chapter 4 - Basic Algebra and Algebraic Manipulation Fundamental Algebra Expansion and Simplification of Linear Expressions with Fractional Coefficients Factorization Chapter 5 - Linear Equations and Simple Inequalities Linear Equations Formula Application of Linear Equations in Real-World Context Simple Inequalities Chapter 6 - Functions and Linear Graphs Cartesian Coordinates Functions Graphs of Linear Functions Gradient of a Straight Line Application of Linear Graphs in Real-World Context Chapter 7- Number Patterns Number Sequences General Term of a Number Sequence Number Patterns Number Patterns in Real-World Context Chapter 8 - Percentage Introduction to Percentage Percentage Change and Reverse Percentage Percentage in Practical Situations Chapter 9 - Ratio, Rate and Speed Ratio Rate Speed Chapter 10 - Basic Geometry Points, Lines and Planes Angles Angles Formed by Two Parallel Lines and a Transversal Chapter 11 - Triangles, Quadrilaterals and Polygons Triangles Quadrilaterals Polygons Chapter 12 - Geometrical Constructions Introduction to Geometrical Constructions Perpendicular Bisectors and Angle Bisectors Construction of Triangles Construction of Quadrilaterals Chapter 13 - Perimeter and Area of Plane Figures Conversion of Units Perimeter and Area of Basic Plane Figures Perimeter and Area of Parallelograms Perimeter and Area of Trapeziums Chapter 14 - Volume and Surface Area of Prisms and Cylinders Conversion of Units Nets Volume and Surface Area of Cubes and Cuboids Volume and Surface Area of Prisms Volume and Surface Area of Cylinders Volume and Surface Area of Composite Solids Chapter 15 - Statistical Data Handling Introduction to Statistics Pictograms and Bar Graphs Pie Charts Line Graphs Statistics in Real-World Contexts Evaluation of Statistics

New Syllabus Mathematics (NSM) is a series of textbooks specially designed to provide valuable learning experiences to engage the hearts and minds of students sitting for the GCE O-level examination in Mathematics. Included in the textbooks are Investigation, Class Discussion, Thinking Time, Journal Writing, Performance Task and Problems in Real-World Contexts to support the teaching and learning of Mathematics.

Every chapter begins with a chapter opener that motivates students in learning the topic.  Interesting stories about Mathematicians, real-life examples and applications are used to arouse students’ interest and curiosity so that they can appreciate the beauty of Mathematics in their surroundings.

The use of ICT helps students visualize and manipulate mathematical objects more easily, thus making the learning of mathematics more interactive.