Zeta Maths Algebra Book - Available Now
There are two problems with most level specific textbooks when it comes to Algebra. Firstly, they have two few questions for many learners to really develop and master each algebraic skill. Secondly, the skills developed are determined by the level of the textbook, meaning that there is no opportunity for advanced learners to progress their skills beyond any specific level.
Zeta Maths Algebra hopes to solve these problems with our new Algebra book. Each algebraic skill develops slowly, with large numbers of questions to facilitate mastery of each skill. In addition, each skill develops from the basic to complex, allowing more able learners to be stretched beyond their level, providing depth.
This textbook is designed to help all learners at all levels of high school develop the foundational skills required for A-Level or Higher Mathematics.
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" When the sample copy of Zeta Maths: Algebra appeared in our staff room, the teachers were all over it. The idea of a resource devoted exclusively to algebra was really intriguing. The focus on practice with short explanations made it an ideal classroom text - a "one-stop-shop for all your algebra needs"! Zeta Maths have produced a book which has a logical progression through the key algebraic skills needed for success in Mathematics and the numbering system shows a clear vision to address the basics through the journey from the simplest introduction to algebra right through to more sophisticated techniques helpful for A-Level and Higher Maths. Can't wait to use it!"
Chris Smith, Scottish Teacher of the Year 2018
“The Zeta Maths Algebra book has become an instant hit with both teachers and pupils. There are plenty of examples for learners at every stage of secondary and allows learners to build their confidence at their own pace. My S1 class are already asking to try multiplying out two brackets! I think I am finally able to retire my old Heylings Algebra book. This is a must have book for any maths class.”
Graham Baird, Principal Teacher of Mathematics & Numeracy, St. Luke’s High School