IGCSE Mathematics Grade 9/10

IGCSE Mathematics
  • The course is tiered to enable effective differentiation for learners. The Core content is intended for learners
    targeting grades G–C, and the Extended content is intended for learners targeting grades D–A*. All of the Core
    content is in the Extended content.
  • The subject content is organized by topic: number, algebra, shape and space, and probability and statistics. The
    content is not presented in a teaching order.
  • This content structure and the use of tiering allows flexibility for teachers to plan delivery appropriately for their learners.
  • Learners should be able to use techniques listed in the content and apply them to solve problems.
  • Calculators are allowed throughout the assessment. Learners should know when and how to use their calculator, how to check their answers and how to apply to round appropriately when solving a problem.
  • Learners should be able to show their working and be able to communicate mathematically, using appropriate
    notation and structure to communicate their reasoning within a problem.

Course Content

Total learning: 67 lessons Time: 40 weeks
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    • Lecture1.1
    • Lecture1.2
    • Lecture1.3
    • Lecture1.4
    • Lecture1.5
    • Lecture1.6
    • Lecture1.7
  • Algebra and Graphs  0/12

    • Lecture2.1
    • Lecture2.2
    • Lecture2.3
    • Lecture2.4
    • Lecture2.5
    • Lecture2.6
    • Lecture2.7
    • Lecture2.8
    • Lecture2.9
    • Lecture2.10
    • Lecture2.11
    • Lecture2.12
  • Mensuration  0/6

    • Lecture3.1
    • Lecture3.2
    • Lecture3.3
    • Lecture3.4
    • Lecture3.5
    • Lecture3.6
  • Geometry  0/8

    • Lecture4.1
    • Lecture4.2
    • Lecture4.3
    • Lecture4.4
    • Lecture4.5
    • Lecture4.6
    • Lecture4.7
    • Lecture4.8
  • Trigonometry  0/6

    • Lecture5.1
    • Lecture5.2
    • Lecture5.3
    • Lecture5.4
    • Lecture5.5
    • Lecture5.6
  • Graphs  0/9

    • Lecture6.1
    • Lecture6.2
    • Lecture6.3
    • Lecture6.4
    • Lecture6.5
    • Lecture6.6
    • Lecture6.7
    • Lecture6.8
    • Lecture6.9
  • Sets, Vectors, Functions and Transformations  0/7

    • Lecture7.1
    • Lecture7.2
    • Lecture7.3
    • Lecture7.4
    • Lecture7.5
    • Lecture7.6
    • Lecture7.7
  • Statistics  0/6

    • Lecture8.1
    • Lecture8.2
    • Lecture8.3
    • Lecture8.4
    • Lecture8.5
    • Lecture8.6
  • Probability  0/6

    • Lecture9.1
    • Lecture9.2
    • Lecture9.3
    • Lecture9.4
    • Lecture9.5
    • Lecture9.6


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David is the professor of mathematics education at David School and a former Associate Professor of Physics at JNTU. He served as a teacher of mathematics and Physics in various international schools in Asia and Europe. His research focuses on social and cultural factors as well as educational policies and practices that facilitate mathematics engagement, learning, and performance, especially for underserved students. David School collaborates with teachers, schools, districts, and organizations to promote mathematics excellence and equity for young people.


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About this course

This is designed to provide the best preparation for your Cambridge IGCSE examination and has been completely updated for the latest Mathematics 0580 and 0980 Core and extended syllabus.

To get the most out of this book when studying or revising, use the:

Contents list to help you find the appropriate units. Index to find any key concept straight away.

Exercises and exam-style questions

There are thousands of questions in this course, providing ample opportunities to practice the skills and techniques required in the exam.

Worked examples and comprehensive exercises are one of the main features of this website. The examples show you the important skills and techniques required. The exercises are carefully graded, starting from the basics and going up to exam standard, allowing you to practice the skills and techniques.

Revision exercises at the end of each unit allow you to bring together all your knowledge on a particular topic.

Examination-style exercises at the end of each unit consist of questions from past Cambridge IGCSE papers.

Examination-style papers: there are two papers, corresponding to the papers you will take at the end of your course: Paper 1 and Paper 3. They give you the opportunity to practice for the real thing.

Revision section: Last section contains multiple-choice questions to provide an extra opportunity to revise.

Answers to numerical problems are given so you can check your progress.