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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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I really like the continuously expanding InThinking Maths HL & SL resources. I always find something useful among the plentiful, practical, well-formatted resources - including notes, assignments, assessments, and interesting student pages. Absolutely...

Holly Garner, Lincoln Community School, Ghana

I love the "accessible" to "discriminating" levelled questions. They are great for differentiation in the classroom - especially as time in the IB classroom is so precious. Students start work at their own comfort level, discuss in...

Catherine Cooke, St John's International School, Belgium

Great site. Dense with great ideas and useful printable student material. It has added an extra dimension to my teaching and given me several successful plan B options. Well done Tim.

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  • 16 Jan Vivek Gandhi
    Sample Explorations
    Tim, Thanks a million.
  • 16 Jan Tim Garry
    differentiation basics
    Denise, Thanks very much for pointing out that something was wrong with Q.1 on Differentiation Practice 2 exercise set. The answer/solution is correct for Q.1. It's the instructions for the question that were incorrect. The given function...
  • 15 Jan Denise Williams
    differentiation basics
    The answer to #1 on Differentiation Practice 2 is incorrect. Any chance you could update with a corrected Worked Out Solutions? Thanks!
  • 14 Jan Tim Garry
    Sample Explorations
    Vivek, I generally do not recommend for an HL Exploration to focus on curve fitting using technology because the student will have little opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge of the mathematics being applied. I suggest taking a look at...
  • 14 Jan Vivek Gandhi
    Sample Explorations
    I mean, how high is it graded is it is done with GeoGebra where curve fitting is done with only a few points ?
  • 14 Jan Vivek Gandhi
    Sample Explorations
    it is not a comment but a question : How is an IA on say, Modelling Batman Logo" in HL ?
  • 13 Jan Tim Garry
    Mock Exams
    Paul, Thanks for spotting the errors. The graph in (f) will need to be corrected. For (g), domain is x>=7/2, x not equal to 4; and you've pointed out correct range for (h). Thanks very much for your feedback. I will make corrections to the...
  • 13 Jan Paul Marshall
    Mock Exams
    I believe there are errors in the solution key to HL Mock Set C Paper 2 Q9g and Q9h. In 9h, the domain of the composition cannot include 3 as the domain of f is greater than or equal to 7/2. Also, in 9h the range of the composition is y less...
  • 13 Jan Tim Garry
    Mock Exams
    Patrick, Thanks for your query. I'm working hard on the next set (set D) of sample mock exams for SL and HL. The SL Paper 1 and SL Paper 2 mocks will be ready this week and the HL mocks should be ready next week. Hope that works for you.
  • 13 Jan Patrick Sekyi
    Mock Exams
    Hi Tim, When should we expect 2019 sample mocks for both Sl and HL math? Thanks.
  • 11 Jan Patrick Sekyi
    Sample Mock Exams
    Hi Tim, Sorry if this question has already been asked you: when should we expect 2019 mock exam, both SL and HL. Thanks.
  • 7 Jan Tim Garry
    IA - Exploration
    Omneya, Good question. I recommend that students use Times New Roman font, size 12 with spacing of 1.5