# National Curriculum Textbooks

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Year 7 Maths $27.50 |
Year 7 Science $27.50 |
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Year 8 Maths $27.50 |
Year 8 Science $27.50 |
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Year 9 Maths $27.50 |
Year 9 Science $27.50 |
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Year 10 Maths $27.50 |
Year 10 Science $27.50 |

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The textbooks, in full colour, are specifically written to suit the content and philosophy of the National Curriculum.

Features: Important ideas are clearly positioned and followed by numerous illustrative examples. There are numerous worked examples in visual proximity of problems. The format clearly implements the constructivist learning paradigm.

Each chapter also contains: a rich task; ICTs; preparation for competitions; preparation for national testing; investigations; puzzles; numerous drill exercises; a game; a cute trick; a bit of history; careers; chapter review.

Dr Terry Dwyer CertT, BAppSc, BEd, Grad Dip Ed, MEd(Hons), PhD.

The author has more than 35 years experience in teaching Mathematics and Science, almost 30 years experience as a Head of Department, and 20 years experience in writing textbooks.

The author has a state award for education, an honours masters in Technology education, and a PhD in Mathematics education.

All aspects of textbook publishing are handled by a very small team of multi-skilled and experienced professionals. The textbook design, cover design, illustrations, photography, typesetting, and production etc are handled inhouse by this very small team.

The costs of publishing are thus significantly reduced, allowing the price of the textbooks to be less than half of what would normally be expected.

# Sample Pages

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Year 10 Science Sample Chapter

# Puzzles

Fran earns $650 per week and Fred earns $x less per week.

Together they earn $1250. Find x.

In each of the following cases, the numbers in the smaller circles are used in the same way to make the number in the larger circle.

What is the missing number?