Mathematics hl option sets relations and groups pdf
, Maths HL Topic 8: Sets, relations and groups– IBSOURCEYear Published: Page Count: Prints of this textbook before included a student CD, but any later reprints onwards have moved all of the CD features to Snowflake - our online learning system. Together, they aim to provide students and teachers with appropriate coverage of the two-year Mathematics HL Course, first examined in The aim of this topic is to introduce students to the basic concepts, techniques and main results in abstract algebra, specifically for sets, relations and group theory. Detailed explanations and key facts are highlighted throughout the text. Each sub-topic contains numerous Worked Examples, highlighting each step necessary to reach the answer for that example.
Ok so at the end of last term we learned that our teacher was leaving for HL maths, so we rushed our calculus option in 2 weeks and went through all the theory. But now, when coming back to school, with no teacher, we have just been doing questions, but I am struggling heavily with our calc option. After looking at the discrete maths it looks SO much easier. Is it worth switching now if i can? It would mean teaching myself the whole option, but I mean I don't understand calc at all at the moment.
The book includes clear explanations supported by many examples and diagrams. The comprehensive exercises include IB style examination questions. A password reset email has been sent to the email address on file for your account, but may take several minutes to show up in your inbox. Please wait at least 10 minutes before attempting another reset. Forgot your password?
The topic is covered in a progressive manner that encourages cumulative learning. Signposts throughout the book allow the reader to easily navigate between related or prerequisite sections, so that it is easy to follow regardless of the order in which the material is taught in the classroom. This also makes it an ideal resource for self-study, as do the numerous exercises with answers at the back of the book, clear narrative and informative worked examples. The authors are all Cambridge University graduates with research experience in such diverse fields as mathematics, education, biological sciences and economics. They have taught IB mathematics from Studies through to Further Mathematics, as well as Theory of Knowledge and A level mathematics for different boards.