Beta Mathematics old school maths books. Sadly this series is now out of print , but here is a list with the book details to get you started on your search for secondhand copies.
Alpha and Beta Mathematics Alpha Mathematics and Beta Mathematics, first published by Schofield & Sims in the 1970s, were developed to provide a cohesive, progressively planned course which, when completed, would give students of junior and middle school age a broadly-based foundation in mathematics, deemed essential for future progress.
Beta Mathematics. Beta Mathematics ties together the series that begins with Alpha Mathematics and continues with the best-selling textbook for Year 11 students, Gamma Mathematics . Innovative in style and content, Beta Mathematics shares the same clear design, wide selection of …
Beta Mathematics continues on from the Alpha Mathematics series with a wide selection of carefully graded problems and challenging investigations. There is a comprehensive range of exercises for students to practise their skills and build confidence and understanding.
Beta Mathematics 3. Archive Category: Textbook This resource, published by Schofield & Sims, is the third in the Beta Mathematics series of text books which were developed for use by students of junior and middle school age. It continues the theme of previous books and allows students to review and extend their knowledge of specific topics.Contents include:
A complete solution for Level 4 of the New Zealand Mathematics Curriculum, the book covers all of the strands: Number and Algebra, Measurement and Geometry, and Statistics. Click on the link below for a list of new features and the Chapter outline.
The book does contain some proofs, but not in the rigorous form of a standard math text. It does include more historical background on the concepts than most math texts do, which is nice. Each chapter is accompanied by problems, and an answer key (with explanations) is at the end of the book.
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