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Phytoremediation for Green Energy
Human demand for energy has grown multi-folds in recent years. This is the result of rapidly increasing human population, which, in turn, has resulted in increased organic (petroleum) and inorganic pollution on the biosphere. Due to this, we are now facing a number of challenges to sustain life on earth. For example, the increased organic and inorganic pollution in our environment is leading toTrigonometry '...the way to do it'
Trigonometry Book (98 pages) is designed for students from GCSE Level (approximately age 16 years) to GCE Advanced Level (approximately age 18 years). It contains teaching text, worked examples, exercises (with full worked answers) - ideal for examination revision. Trigonometry, Sine, Cosine, Tangent, Sine Rule, Cosine Rule, graphs, Pythagorean identities, trigonometric equations, Arcsin, Arccos,Calculus '...the way to do it'
Calculus '...the way to do it' (140 pages) is a study of the calculus from basics up to GCE Advanced Level (years 12, 13 and 14). Section 1 is appropriate for students of GCSE Additional Mathematics (year 12) and GCE Advanced Subsidiary Level (year 13). Section 2 is appropriate for GCE Advanced Level (year 14). It contains clearly explained teaching text, worked examples (in graduated order ofKey stage 2 & 3 Mathematics, Number, Algebra
DESCRIPTION: Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 Mathematics: Book 1 of 2 provides in-depth studies of: 1. Number 2. Algebra Its content material is appropriate for pupils from Year 5 to the end of Year 10 approximately. It contains good, clearly-explained teaching text, worked examples and exercises accompanied by worked answers. KEYWORDS/KEYPHRASES: 1. Number Types of Numbers, Number Sequences, HCF, LCMKey Stage 2 & 3 Mathematics Weights & Measures, Shapes, Angles & Bearings , Statistics & Probability
Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 Mathematics Book 2 of 2 (113 pages) provides in-depth studies of 1. Weights and Measures 2. Shapes, Angles and Bearings 3. Statistics and Probability. Its content material is appropriate for pupils from Year 5 to the end of Year 10 approximately. It contains good, clearly explained teaching text, worked examples and exercises accompanied by worked answers. 1. WeightsGCSE Mathematics Number, Weights, and Measures
MATHEMATICS: GCSE Book 1 of 3_Number, Weights and Measures (157 pages) provides an in-depth study of number theory, weights and measures. Its content material is of the level required for GCSE study. It has a wealth of worked examples and exercises accompanied by worked answers. Types of Numbers, Surds, Number Sequences, H.C.F., L.C.M., Indices, Standard Form, Rounding off, Decimal Places,GCSE Mathematics Shape, Space, Statistics and Probability
GCSE Mathematics Book 3 of 3 Shape, Space, Statistics and Probability (164 pages) provides a detailed study of shapes (their properties and measurement), statistics and probability . The book contains a wealth of worked examples and exercises accompanied by worked answers. The content material is appropriate for study from GCSE level (and upwards) in mathematics, statistics and probability.GCSE Mathematics Additional Level
Pure Mathematics Mechanics & Statistics
Description: The GCSE Additional Mathematics specification is designed for those students who require a knowledge of mathematics beyond GCSE Higher Tier Mathematics and who are capable of working beyond the limits of the GCSE mathematics specification. Knowledge of GCSE Higher Tier Mathematics will be assumed. Our GCSE iBooks 1, 2 and 3 and our iBook2 GCSE Revision Test are designed to be used by