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About the Authors Bill Roberts is an experienced educator, having taught mathematics in a number of international schools for the past twenty years. He also works for the International Baccalaureate as an examiner and trainer. Bill is currently based at the University of Newcastle in England. Sandy MacKenzie is an experienced teacher of mathematics in both the International Baccalaureate and the Scottish systems and works for the International Baccalaureate as an examiner. Sandy is currently Assistant Rector at Morrison’s Academy in Scotland. i
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iii This book is intended primarily for use by students and teachers of Higher Level Mathematics in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, but will also be of use to students on other courses. Detailed coverage is provided for the core part of this syllabus and provides excellent preparation for the final examination. The book provides guidance on areas of the syllabus that may be examined differently depending on whether a graphical calculator is used or not. Points of theory are presented and explained concisely and are illustrated by worked examples which identify the key skills and techniques. Where appropriate, information and methods are highlighted and margin notes provide further tips and important reminders. These are supported by varied and graded exercises, which consolidate the theory, thus enabling the reader to practise basic skills and challenging exam-style questions. Each chapter concludes with a review exercise that covers all of the skills within the chapter, with a clear distinction between questions where a calculator is allowed and ones where it is not. The icon is used to indicate where a calculator may be used, and indicates where it may not. Many of these questions are from past IB papers and we would like to thank the International Baccalaureate for permission to reproduce these questions.
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