Junior Maths: Answers Book 1

Junior Maths: Answers Book 1

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This book provides a complete set of answers to the exercises in Junior Maths Book 1. - Features the complete set of answers to the exercises in Junior Maths Book 1 to save you time marking work and enable you to identify areas requiring further attention - Includes diagrams and workings where necessary to ensure pupils understand how to present their answers

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Product details

  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 188 x 247 x 7mm | 210g
  • Galore Park Publishing Ltd
  • Tenterden, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1905735227
  • 9781905735228
  • 368,354

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About David Hilliard

David Hillard has spent more than 45 years teaching mathematics in two preparatory schools. Since 1980 he has been associated with the Common Entrance examination at 11+, 12+ and 13+ levels in the role of either advisor, assessor or setter. He played a significant part in the revision of the syllabus in 2003 when the present format of the Common Entrance examination was introduced.

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