Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches HL REVISION GUIDE-12 Month License (9781925489903)
Author: Denes Tilistyak, Rob Colaiacovo, Paul Parham, Ashley White, Michael Haese, Chris Sangwin, Mark Humphries,Ngoc Vo, Michael Mampusti
Curriculum: IB Diploma Programme International Baccalaureate
Edition: Revision Guide
Pages: 538 pages
The aim of this E-book Guide is to help students revise for IB Analysis and Approaches HL, both as a study tool throughout the course and as preparation material for the final examinations.
The Guide has been developed to accompany the Haese Mathematics Core Topics HL and Analysis and Approaches HL books, however, it is a resource that can be used by any students regardless of their main textbook.
For each Topic, there is a theory summary and a set of skill builder questions.
The theory summaries highlight the important facts and concepts.
The set of skill builder questions are designed to help consolidate understanding of each Topic. They are intended to reinforce key ideas and to identify any areas of weakness. Within each Topic, the questions are logically ordered according to the chapters of the textbook, so they can be used for test preparation.
Following the coverage of all five Topics within the curriculum, the Guide has 20 mixed question sets, each containing 10 questions. Each set contains questions from every Topic, as well as cross-topic questions.
The Guide contains four trial examinations, written by IB teachers from around the world. Each trial examination contains three papers: Paper 1, where calculators are not permitted, and Papers 2 and 3, where calculators are required. This format is consistent with the Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches HL final examination.
The Guide concludes with some extra Paper 3 questions. These have been included to provide more practice at answering the extended, investigation-style questions encountered in the Paper 3 exam.
There are fully worked solutions for all skill builder questions, mixed question sets, the trial exams, and the extra Paper 3 questions, allowing students to review their working independently. Detailed mark schemes for the trial exams are also provided as a guide.