Standard Mathematics for Ordinary Level

Standard Mathematics for Ordinary Level

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Standard Mathematics for Ordinary Level: IGCSE is written on the basis of British Curriculum, and includes the IGCSE Ordinary Level syllabuses. The lesson book can be taught in class VIII, IX, X and 'O' Level, and it also covers most of the international syllabuses. There are three parts: arithmetic and trigonometry; algebra; and geometry. Designed to overcome the weakness of students who struggle through math, Standard Mathematics provides many easy-to-follow examples, all qadding upq to a very helpful guide.Object (a) The angle of elevation is calculated from horizontal line by rotating the eyes upward to see an upward object. ... Example. 4. An object is 12m vertically upward from horizontal line. A man of height 1aˆ™8m is 23m away horizontally from anbsp;...

Title:Standard Mathematics for Ordinary Level
Author:D. M. Abdus Sattar
Publisher:Strategic Book Publishing - 2010-12


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