ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF MATHEMATICS (Ages 9 to 18)
Our Mathematics Encyclopaedia is available below to purchase and can be downloaded to your computer.
- Mathematics dictionary
- Entries in alphabetical order: simply find the entry you need
- Clear and concise
- Ready reference for homework/examination revision: worked examples provided
- Detailed material is available on our website
The entries in the Encyclopaedia are extracts from our books on the website or were written specifically for the Encyclopaedia by our author.
If you would like more detailed information on a topic over and above that which is contained in this Encyclopaedia – then you should go to the related material on www.mathslearning.com
, covering ages from 9 up to 18 - Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, GCSE (Ordinary), GCSE (Additional), AS and A Level.
In addition, we have special books on algebra, trigonometry and the calculus; ‘Algebra – the way to do it’ covers algebra from foundations upwards, ‘Trigonometry – the
way to do it’ and 'Calculus - the way to do it' Book 1 are appropriate for students of GCSE Additional or GCE Advanced Subsidiary level of study (age 17 approximately) and the material in ‘Calculus - the way to do it' Book 2 is designed for GCE Advanced level courses of study (age 18 approximately).
All of the material is available in pdf from www.mathslearning.com
for instant download to your computer.
Of necessity, each entry in the Encyclopaedia is a condensed version of the material contained on www.mathslearning.com
. The material in the Encyclopaedia covers age groups from 9 (Key Stage 2) to around 17 years (Advanced Subsidiary) and should prove extremely useful for examination revision.