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AS & A Level Mathematics Textbooks

Currently one of the last subjects to change in the shake up of GCSE and A Levels is Mathematics. AS and A Level Mathematics will be taught from 2017, with AS first being awarded and 2018 and A Level in 2019. The new changes will provide an excellent framework for pupils to continue their studies from GCSE Mathematics.

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Products

Below are the key A Level Maths series for the current specifications, browse some of their top titles now.

Jump to: A Level Mathematics for Edexcel (OUP) - A-Level Maths (CGP) - A-Level Maths (Elmwood) - AQA A Level Maths (CUP) - Edexcel AS & A Level Modular Maths (Pearson) - Longman Advanced Maths (Pearson) - MEI (Hodder) - OCR A Level Maths (CUP) - Revision

A Level Mathematics for Edexcel (OUP)

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A-Level Maths (CGP)

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A-Level Maths (Elmwood)

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AQA A Level Maths (CUP)

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Edexcel AS & A Level Modular Mathematics (Pearson)

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Longman Advanced Maths (Pearson)

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MEI (Hodder)

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OCR A Level Maths (CUP)

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Revision:

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Digital Products

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Core Content

Below are some of the key points from the government document on the changes to AS & A Level Mathematics that will be coming soon:

  • Students should be able to show the following skills:
    • mathematical argument, language and proof
      • use diagrams, graphs, logical deducation, precise statements involving correct use of symbols and connection language to present mathematical arguments
      • be able to use mathematical language and syntax
      • use mathematical language and symbols
      • understand and use the definition of a function; domain and range of functions
      • use justifications of methods and formulae to comprehend and critique mathematical arguments
    • mathematical problem solving
      • recognise underlying methematical structure and apply knowledge to simplify and enable problems to be solved
      • construct arguments to solve problems
      • interpret and communicate solutions
      • understand that many mathematical problems cannot be solved analytically, but numerical methods permit solutions
      • evaluate making reasoned estimates
      • concept of a mathematical problem solving cycle
      • interpret and extract information from diagrams and construct mathematical dtiagrams to solve problems
    • mathematical modelling
      • translate a situation in context into a mathematical model
      • use a model to engage with and explore situations
      • intrepret outputs of a model in the context of the original situation
      • understand that a mathematical model can be refined by considering its outputs and simplifying assumptions
      • understand and use modelling assumptions

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