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    Publisher: Teejay Maths

    TeeJay Mathematics CfE Second Level Book 2B

    £14.50
    Trust TeeJay's proven approach, which successfully develops mathematical skills and adds fun to learning.
    ISBN: 9781907789458
    AuthorTom Strang
    Pub Date01/12/2011
    BindingPaperback
    Pages192
    Availability: In Stock

    Trust TeeJay's proven approach, which successfully develops mathematical skills and adds fun to learning.

    This book provides hundreds of practice questions, with progression and consolidation - the core TeeJay philosophy - underpinning every exercise and chapter.

    - Use Book 2A followed by Book 2B to cover the entire Second Level curriculum
    - A Revision Chapter at the end of the book consolidates learning across the A and B books
    - Every chapter ends with 'The 3Rs' exercise so that pupils can Revisit, Review and Revise that topic
    - Extension work provides extra stretch for high-attaining pupils
    - Answers for all questions are in the back of the book; answers for 'The 3Rs' are available on the TeeJay Maths website

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    Trust TeeJay's proven approach, which successfully develops mathematical skills and adds fun to learning.

    This book provides hundreds of practice questions, with progression and consolidation - the core TeeJay philosophy - underpinning every exercise and chapter.

    - Use Book 2A followed by Book 2B to cover the entire Second Level curriculum
    - A Revision Chapter at the end of the book consolidates learning across the A and B books
    - Every chapter ends with 'The 3Rs' exercise so that pupils can Revisit, Review and Revise that topic
    - Extension work provides extra stretch for high-attaining pupils
    - Answers for all questions are in the back of the book; answers for 'The 3Rs' are available on the TeeJay Maths website