MEI AS Pure Mathematics 3rd Edition: Core 1 & 2 (MEI Structured Mathematics (A+AS Level)) Paperback – 30 Apr 2004
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The highly-acclaimed MEI series of text books, supporting OCR's MEI Structured Mathematics specification, fully match the requirements of the specifications, and are reknowned for their student friendly approach.
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The book strikes a perfect balance between introducing new concepts, detailing the composition and applications of said concept (through worked examples and extensive diagrams) and supplying questions to practice said concept. The pace is well judged, neither labouring a point unnecessarily nor overloading a reader with multiple concepts before adequately explaining them, which makes it ideal for self-study. Each chapter ends with a 'key-points' section, which is very useful for revision.
Although this book essentially covers AS-Level Mathematics, I fully recommend this book to anyone taking a mathematics based subject.
Basic algebra; Co-ordinate geometry; Polynomials; Uncertainty; Indices; The language of mathematics; Sequences and series; Differentiation; Integration; Trigonometry; Logarithms and exponentials; Further differentiation and integration
The only thing that let it down was a slight gap in the worked examples. Often, the questions after a section would include methods which the book hadn't explained yet and hadn't worked through with examples yet. This was incredibly frustrating and I had to fall back onto other resources (online, going into school during study leave, friends/relatives)
Another thing to look out for is some typos/mistakes in the answers. On some questions I had worked through them fine but didn't get the answer that was at the back...and as I said, I wouldn't move on until I got the "right" answer. I wasted enough time due to this (and so it became 90% of the time because I came to accept that the book might just be wrong...)
All in all, a good book that I owe my grade to.
Diagrams and working are clearly displayed in an accessible manner.
I quit the edexcel syllabus due to the quality of the Heinemann texts but this series has all you'll ever need for A level maths.
P.S. MEI are just the examining body. It stands for Maths in Education and industry. They do have a website but it costs money to join.
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