Haese GCSEMathematics Foundation
Haese GCSEMathematics Foundation
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Haese Mathematics GCSE Foundation

This book has been written to cover the ‘Cambridge IGCSE® Additional Mathematics 0606’ and the ‘Cambridge O Level Additional Mathematics 4037’ syllabuses for examination from 2020. It has been endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education, and can be used as a preparation for GCE Advanced level (A level) Mathematics or IB Diploma Programme Mathematics.


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Haese Mathematics GCSE Foundation By Michael Haese, Mark Humphris, Chris Sangwin, Ngoc Vo ISBN 9781925489613

This book is written for the Foundation tier of the GCSE Mathematics specifications for first assessment in 2017. The book is suitable for any of the awarding organisations.

The textbook and interactive online features provide an engaging and structured package, allowing students to explore and develop their confidence in mathematics. The material is presented in a clear, easy-to-follow style, free from unnecessary distractions, while effort has been made to contextualise questions so that students can relate concepts to everyday use. The book contains a large number of practice questions to help students become familiar with the material.

Each chapter begins with an Opening Problem, offering an insight into the application of the mathematics that will be studied in the chapter. Important information and key notes are highlighted, while worked examples provide step-by-step instructions with concise and relevant explanations.

The interactive online features include our SELF TUTOR software, links to graphing software, statistics software, demonstrations, calculator instructions, and a range of printable worksheets, tables, and diagrams, allowing teachers to demonstrate concepts and students to experiment for themselves.


Weight .942 kg
Dimensions 24.5 × 18.5 × 2.5 cm
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Chris Sangwin,

Mark Humphries,

Michael Haese,

Ngoc Vo


Haese and Harris Publications