Essential Mathematics Gold for the Australian Curriculum Year 7

Essential Mathematics Gold for the Australian Curriculum Year 7

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Essential Mathematics Gold for the Australian Curriculum Year 7 contains the following features: * The three interconnected content strands are incorporated into 10-11 units of work that can be completed in the school year. * Carefully chosen and assessed language, design and sentence structures engage students who struggle with maths and potentially with reading. * Examples show explanations alongside solutions, and are closely linked to carefully graded exercises, giving students the opportunity for immediate success and to work independently. * Maths Words and Hint balloons reinforce the meaning of key terms and help students apply key concepts as they work through the exercises. * Every question is grouped according to the proficiency strands of the Australian Curriculum * Important terms are defined within the text for immediate understanding and included in the glossary for reference and revision. * Games and puzzles in every chapter * Chapter reviews include summary mind maps of key concepts and lots of revision questions to test understanding.show more

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  • 12-17
  • Online resource
  • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • 1139898159
  • 9781139898157

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Whole Numbers; 1.1 Place value ; 1.2 Addition and subtraction; 1.3 Addition and subtraction of larger numbers; 1.4 Multiplication; 1.5 Multiplying larger numbers; 1.6 Division; 1.7 Estimating and rounding; 1.8 Order of operations; ; Chapter 2. Geometry; 2.1 Points, lines and angles; 2.2 Measuring angles; 2.3 Angles at a point; 2.4 Transversal lines and parallel lines; 2.5 Circles and constructions; 2.6 Dynamic geometry; ; Chapter 3. Number properties and patterns; 3.1 Factors and multiples; 3.2 Highest common factor and lowest common multiple; 3.3 Divisibility; 3.4 Prime numbers and composite numbers; 3.5 Index form; 3.6 Prime factors; 3.7 Squares and square roots; 3.8 Number patterns; 3.9 Patterns with shapes and numbers; 3.10 Tables and rules; 3.11 The number plane and graphs; ; Chapter 4. Fractions and percentages; 4.1 What are fractions? ; 4.2 Equivalence and simplification ; 4.3 Mixed numbers ; 4.4 Ordering fractions; 4.5 Adding fractions; 4.6 Subtracting fractions; 4.7 Multiplying fractions ; 4.8 Dividing fractions ; 4.9 Fractions and percentages ; 4.10 Percentage of a number ; 4.11 Expressing a quantity as a proportion ; ; Chapter 5. Algebra; 5.1 Introduction to algebra; 5.2 Evaluating expressions; 5.3 Equivalent expressions; 5.4 Like terms; 5.5 Multiplying and dividing expressions; 5.6 Applying algebra; ; Chapter 6. Decimals ; 6.1 Decimals and place value; 6.2 Rounding decimals; 6.3 Addition and subtraction of decimals; 6.4 Multiplying and dividing by powers of 10; 6.5 Multiplication of decimals; 6.6 Division of decimals; 6.7 Decimals and fractions; 6.8 Decimals and percentages ; ; Chapter 7. Negative numbers ; 7.1 Integers; 7.2 Adding and subtracting positive integers; 7.3 Adding a negative integer; 7.4 Subtracting a negative integer; 7.5 Substituting integers; 7.6 The number plane ; ; Chapter 8. Statistics and probability; 8.1 Summarising data numerically; 8.2 Dot plots and column graphs; 8.3 Line graphs; 8.4 Stem-and-leaf plots; 8.5 Describing chance; 8.6 Theoretical probability; 8.7 Experimental probability; ; Chapter 9. Shapes and transformations; 9.1 Triangles; 7.2 Triangle angle sum; 9.3 Quadrilaterals; 9.4 Quadrilateral angle sum; 9.5 Symmetry; 9.6 Reflection; 9.7 Rotation; 9.8 Translation; 9.9 Drawing solids; ; Chapter 10. Equations; 10.1 Introduction to equations; 10.2 Solving equations by inspection; 10.3 Using backtracking to solve equations; 10.4 Using the balance method to solve equations; 10.5 Equations with fractions; 10.6 Formulas ; 10.7 Applications; ; Chapter 11. Measurement; 11.1 Using and converting metric lengths; 11.2 Perimeter; 11.3 Areas and rectangles; 11.4 Area of a triangle; 11.5 Area of a parallelogram; 11.6 Volume of rectangular prisms; 11.7 Capacity; 11.8 Mass and temperature;show more