## New Maths in Action S1/3 Pupil's BookThis text has been developed to provide an easy-to-use course completely in line with the Mathematics 5-14 national Guidelines in Scotland. The book contains features designed to allow more effective teaching in the classroom. All material and exercises throughout the books in this series are clearly identified with a 5-14 level indicator while identical chapter titles and introductions enable mixed ability and streamed teaching. |

### Contents

Whole numbers 112 | 1 |

Each chapter follows the same structure | 2 |

Decimals | 20 |

Angles | 44 |

Letters and numbers | 59 |

Information handling 1 | 73 |

Time and temperature | 89 |

Position and movement | 108 |

Sharing | 224 |

Direct proportion | 225 |

Graphing direct proportion | 227 |

Inverse proportion | 228 |

Mixed examples | 229 |

Checkup | 231 |

Fractions and percentages | 232 |

Finding a fraction of an amount | 233 |

Solving equations | 127 |

Measuring length | 142 |

Tiling and symmetry | 157 |

Rotation and rotational symmetry | 160 |

Translation and translational symmetry | 164 |

Enlargement and reduction | 168 |

Checkup | 171 |

Area | 173 |

Some new units | 175 |

Using formulae | 176 |

Rightangled triangles | 178 |

Any triangle | 179 |

The areas of other quadrilaterals | 181 |

circumference and diameter | 183 |

The area of a circle | 184 |

Checkup | 187 |

Letters numbers and sequences | 188 |

The shape of numbers | 189 |

The nth terms from multiples | 191 |

Rulemaking | 194 |

Problem solving | 197 |

Formulae and graphs | 200 |

Checkup | 202 |

The triangle | 204 |

The sum of the angles of a triangle | 206 |

Drawing triangles | 209 |

Measuring heights and distances | 212 |

Drawing more triangles | 214 |

The exterior angles of a triangle | 216 |

Checkup | 218 |

14 Ratio and proportion | 219 |

Ratios | 220 |

Unitary ratios | 222 |

Calculating a percentage of an amount | 235 |

Using percentages | 237 |

Rational numbers | 240 |

Equivalent fractions and mixed numbers | 242 |

Adding and subtracting common fractions | 244 |

Multiplying fractions | 247 |

Division | 248 |

Checkup | 250 |

16 Twodimensional shapes | 251 |

The square and rectangle | 252 |

The rhombus and kite | 255 |

The parallelogram and trapezium | 258 |

Classifying quadrilaterals | 260 |

Drawing polygons | 263 |

Checkup | 264 |

17 Three dimensions | 266 |

Pyramids and prisms | 268 |

Drawing solids | 270 |

Skeleton models | 271 |

Nets of pyramids and prisms | 272 |

Surface area | 274 |

Volumes of cubes and cuboids | 277 |

Volumes of prisms | 280 |

Checkup | 281 |

Information handling 2 | 283 |

formulae | 285 |

line graphs | 287 |

pie charts | 288 |

stem and leaf | 292 |

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Probability | 297 |

Checkup | 299 |

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New Maths in Action Doug Brown,Robin D. Howat,Edward C. K. Mullan,Ruth Murray,Ken Nisbet,J. Thomson No preview available - 2003 |

### Common terms and phrases

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### Popular passages

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