
Textbooks provide a systematic and wellrounded approach to middle school math. Chapters engage students in a variety of ways, from different levels of problem solving to real world application of math topics. The goal of the textbooks is to facilitate understanding and internalization of concepts, and to instill a curiosity to further explore math.
Features & Components:
 Chapter Opener:Introduces the topic through real world application and identifies learning objectives.
 Example: Helps students understand a concept through a worked problem.
 Try It!: Gives students an opportunity to answer a similar question to check how well they have grasped the concept.
 Basic Practice: Provides simple questions that involve the direct application of concepts.
 Class Activities: Introduce new concepts through cooperative learning methods.
 In a Nutshell: Consolidates important rules and concepts for quick and easy review.
 Further Practice: Provides more challenging questions that involve the direct application of concepts.
 Math@Work: Provides questions that involve the application of integrated concepts to practical situations.
 Brainworks: Provides higherorder thinking questions that involve an openended approach to problem solving.
 Review Exercise: Gives students the opportunity to apply the concepts learned in the chapter through a variety of integrated questions.
 Extend Your Learning Curve: Extends and applies concepts learned to problems that are investigative in nature and engages the students in independent research.
The answer key at the back of the book provides answers to the
Try It! and the problems in the exercises for the Basic Practice, Further Practice, Maths@Work, and Brain Works questions. It does not include answers to the class activities or the Extend Your Learning Curve activities.
Note: Two textbooks (A and B) for each grade correspond to the two halves of the school year. Soft cover.
Take a Look Inside
Table of Contents
Chapter 8: Graphs of Linear and Quadratic Functions
8.1 Linear Function
A. Idea of Functions
B. Linear Functions
C. Rate of Change
8.2 Graphs of Quadratic Functions
A. Graph of y = ax^{2} + bx + c, where a > 0
B. Graph of y = ax^{2} + bx + c, where a < 0
In a Nutshell
Review Exercise 8
Extend Your Learning Curve
Write in Your Journal
Chapter 9: Graphs in Practical Situations
9.1 Tables, Charts and Graphs
9.2 DistanceTime Graphs
In a Nutshell
Review Exercise 9
Extend Your Learning Curve
Write in Your Journal
Chapter 10: Pythagorean Theorem
10.1 Pythagorean Theorem
10.2 The Converse of Pythagorean Theorem
A. Definition
B. Determination of RightAngled Triangles
10.3 Applications of Pythagoras Theorem
In a Nutshell
Review Exercise 10
Extend Your Learning Curve
Write in Your Journal
Chapter 11: Coordinate Geometry
11.1 Distance Between Two Points
11.2 Slope of a Straight Line
11.3 Equation of a Straight Line
In a Nutshell
Review Exercise 11
Extend Your Learning Curve
Write in Your Journal
Chapter 12: Mensuration of Pyramids, Cylinders, Cones and Spheres
12.1 Pyramids
A. Introducing Pyramids
B. Nets and Surface Areas of Pyramids
C. Volumes of Pyramids
12.2 Cylinders
A. Volume and Surface Area of a Cylinder
12.3 Cones
A. Introducing Cones
B. Net and Surface Area of a Cone
C. Volume of a Cone
12.4 Spheres
A. Introducing Spheres
B. Volume of a Sphere
C. Surface Area of a Sphere
In a Nutshell
Review Exercise 12
Extend Your Learning Curve
Write in Your Journal
Chapter 13: Data Analysis
13.1 Organizing Data in Frequency Tables
13.2 Bar Graphs and Histograms
A. Bar Graphs
B. Histograms
13.3 Line Graphs and Scatter Plots
A. Line Graphs
B. Scatter Plots
In a Nutshell
Review Exercise 13
Extend Your Learning Curve
Write in Your Journal
Chapter 14: More About Quadratic Equations
14.1 Solving Quadratic Equations by Factorization
14.2 Completing the Square Method
14.3 Quadratic Formula
14.4 Graphical Method
14.5 Applications of Quadratic Equations
In a Nutshell
Review Exercise 14
Extend Your Learning Curve
Write in Your Journal
Answers
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