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Textbooks for Mathematics HL and Mathematics SL

Textbooks for Math HL and Math SL. Two textbooks written by Tim Garry and Ibrahim Wazir that are fully revised 2nd editions providing comprehensive coverage for the new 2014 syllabuses. Each textbook comes with an e-book (accessed through a website) containing a complete digital copy of the text along with numerous additional material.



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Problem: 12 circles circling a circle

28 August 2017

Early in the school year, I like to offer my first-year IB maths students - especially HL students - some challenging problems. I like creating... more

P.o.t.D. - 150 Problems !

30 July 2017

Over the past six months, I’ve toiled away at composing problems to add to my two Problem of the Day lists – one list of problems for Maths... more

Challenge Problems (#10)

10 April 2016

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Subscriber comments

  • 21 Sep Tim Garry
    transformations of graphs
    Shalini, Sorry for slow reply. Below the 'curve sketching' question I've provided a link to a document with a solution.
  • 18 Sep Shalini Mehan
    transformations of graphs
    Hi Tim, Can we have a solution for curve sketching question. Thanks, Shalini
  • Shalini, Thanks for pointing out that I had not included answers for #4 parts (a) & (b). I've now added those answers above. Thanks for your feedback.
  • Hi Tim, Is it possible to have a complete answer for # 4? Thanks, Shalini
  • 11 Sep Fabian Mante
    differentiation basics
    Got it. Thanks Tim. You are so helpful.
  • 8 Sep Tim Garry
    differentiation basics
    Fabian, Sorry that I've been slow to add materials on this page. I've been developing a set of three exercise sets - and have just posted the 3rd one in the set. The other two will follow soon. Thanks for your feedback.
  • 7 Sep Fabian Mante
    differentiation basics
    Hi Tim, Where are the teaching materials for this unit? They are not accessible. Fabian
  • 6 Sep Tim Garry
    Miljan, Thanks for pointing out problem with links on this page. All the links should now work properly. Thanks for the helpful feedback.
  • 5 Sep Miljan Markus
    Hi Tim. The links on this page are not working. Could you please take a look at this? Thanks.
  • Daniel, Thank you for pointing out this error. The function for #1 should have been y=10^x. I've corrected this and have uploaded a version 2 of this exercise set above. Thanks for your feedback.
  • 31 Aug Daniel Griswold
    basics/composite & inverse functions
    Ex_2-1-30v1_SLHL_domain_range has as the answer for #9 that #1 y=10^x and #7 y=logx are inverses of each other yet number 1 is not 10^x
  • 30 Aug Tim Garry
    Sample Mock Exams
    Larysa, Yes - I see now. There is a 'typo' in the markscheme. 2nd equation should be -5y+5z=10 (or 5y-5z=-10). I will correct the markscheme. Thanks for your feedback.