### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 10 Third Edition (Print And Interactive Textbook Powered By Cambridge HOTMaths)

$72.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Robert McLaren**Robert McLaren graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) and a Diploma of Education. He commenced his teaching career in 1979 at The Geelong College and has taught at a number of Victorian Independent Schools throughout his career. He has been involved in textbook writing, curriculum development and VCE examination setting and marking during his teaching life. He has taught mathematics at all secondary levels and has a particular interest in problem solving. Robert is currently Vice Principal at Scotch College in Melbourne.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Brian Woolacott**Brian Woolacott graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science and a Diploma of Education. In 1979 he started his teaching career at Scotch College, Melbourne, and he has taught at all secondary levels. For 13 years Brian was the Coordinator of Mathematics for Years 9 and 10 and during this time he was involved in co-authoring a number of textbooks for the Year 9 and 10 levels. Brian is currently the Dean of Studies at Scotch College.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 10 Third Edition (Print And Interactive Textbook Powered By Cambridge HOTMaths)

$72.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Robert McLaren**Robert McLaren graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) and a Diploma of Education. He commenced his teaching career in 1979 at The Geelong College and has taught at a number of Victorian Independent Schools throughout his career. He has been involved in textbook writing, curriculum development and VCE examination setting and marking during his teaching life. He has taught mathematics at all secondary levels and has a particular interest in problem solving. Robert is currently Vice Principal at Scotch College in Melbourne.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Brian Woolacott**Brian Woolacott graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science and a Diploma of Education. In 1979 he started his teaching career at Scotch College, Melbourne, and he has taught at all secondary levels. For 13 years Brian was the Coordinator of Mathematics for Years 9 and 10 and during this time he was involved in co-authoring a number of textbooks for the Year 9 and 10 levels. Brian is currently the Dean of Studies at Scotch College.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 10 Third Edition Interactive Textbook (DIGITAL ONLY)

$59.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Robert McLaren**Robert McLaren graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) and a Diploma of Education. He commenced his teaching career in 1979 at The Geelong College and has taught at a number of Victorian Independent Schools throughout his career. He has been involved in textbook writing, curriculum development and VCE examination setting and marking during his teaching life. He has taught mathematics at all secondary levels and has a particular interest in problem solving. Robert is currently Vice Principal at Scotch College in Melbourne.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Brian Woolacott**Brian Woolacott graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science and a Diploma of Education. In 1979 he started his teaching career at Scotch College, Melbourne, and he has taught at all secondary levels. For 13 years Brian was the Coordinator of Mathematics for Years 9 and 10 and during this time he was involved in co-authoring a number of textbooks for the Year 9 and 10 levels. Brian is currently the Dean of Studies at Scotch College.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 10 Third Edition Interactive Textbook (DIGITAL ONLY)

$59.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Robert McLaren**Robert McLaren graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) and a Diploma of Education. He commenced his teaching career in 1979 at The Geelong College and has taught at a number of Victorian Independent Schools throughout his career. He has been involved in textbook writing, curriculum development and VCE examination setting and marking during his teaching life. He has taught mathematics at all secondary levels and has a particular interest in problem solving. Robert is currently Vice Principal at Scotch College in Melbourne.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Brian Woolacott**Brian Woolacott graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science and a Diploma of Education. In 1979 he started his teaching career at Scotch College, Melbourne, and he has taught at all secondary levels. For 13 years Brian was the Coordinator of Mathematics for Years 9 and 10 and during this time he was involved in co-authoring a number of textbooks for the Year 9 and 10 levels. Brian is currently the Dean of Studies at Scotch College.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 10 Third Edition Online Teaching Suite

$149.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Robert McLaren**Robert McLaren graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) and a Diploma of Education. He commenced his teaching career in 1979 at The Geelong College and has taught at a number of Victorian Independent Schools throughout his career. He has been involved in textbook writing, curriculum development and VCE examination setting and marking during his teaching life. He has taught mathematics at all secondary levels and has a particular interest in problem solving. Robert is currently Vice Principal at Scotch College in Melbourne.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Brian Woolacott**Brian Woolacott graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science and a Diploma of Education. In 1979 he started his teaching career at Scotch College, Melbourne, and he has taught at all secondary levels. For 13 years Brian was the Coordinator of Mathematics for Years 9 and 10 and during this time he was involved in co-authoring a number of textbooks for the Year 9 and 10 levels. Brian is currently the Dean of Studies at Scotch College.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 10 Third Edition Online Teaching Suite

$149.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Robert McLaren**Robert McLaren graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) and a Diploma of Education. He commenced his teaching career in 1979 at The Geelong College and has taught at a number of Victorian Independent Schools throughout his career. He has been involved in textbook writing, curriculum development and VCE examination setting and marking during his teaching life. He has taught mathematics at all secondary levels and has a particular interest in problem solving. Robert is currently Vice Principal at Scotch College in Melbourne.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Brian Woolacott**Brian Woolacott graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science and a Diploma of Education. In 1979 he started his teaching career at Scotch College, Melbourne, and he has taught at all secondary levels. For 13 years Brian was the Coordinator of Mathematics for Years 9 and 10 and during this time he was involved in co-authoring a number of textbooks for the Year 9 and 10 levels. Brian is currently the Dean of Studies at Scotch College.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 7 Third Edition (Interactive Textbook Powered By Cambridge HOTMaths)

$59.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Janine McIntosh**Janine McIntosh manages AMSI Schools at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute. Janine leads a professional development and schools-visit program for teachers across the country. Through clusters of schools supported by industry and government partners, Janine’s aim is to encourage more Australians to enjoy and study mathematics. Janine has developed a suite of online and careers materials in her time at AMSI and was one of the writers for the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics F – 10. She is an experienced primary teacher, who has worked as a lecturer in mathematics education at the University of Melbourne and serves on the Maths Challenge and AMOC Committees of the Australian Mathematics Trust.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Jacqui Ramagge**Jacqui Ramagge is currently Head of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University in Sydney . After graduating in 1993 with a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Warwick (UK) she worked at the University of Newcastle (Australia) until 2007 and then at the University of Wollongong until 2015 when she moved to the University of Sydney. She has served on the Australian Research Council College of Experts, including as Chair of Australian Laureate Fellowships Selection Advisory Committee. She teaches mathematics at all levels from primary school to PhD courses and has won a teaching award. She contributed to the Vermont Mathematics Initiative (USA) and is a founding member of the Australian Mathematics T rust Primary Problems Committee. In 2013 she received a BH Neumann Award from the Australian Mathematics Trust for her significant contribution to the enrichment of mathematics learning in Australia.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 7 Third Edition (Interactive Textbook Powered By Cambridge HOTMaths)

$59.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Janine McIntosh**Janine McIntosh manages AMSI Schools at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute. Janine leads a professional development and schools-visit program for teachers across the country. Through clusters of schools supported by industry and government partners, Janine’s aim is to encourage more Australians to enjoy and study mathematics. Janine has developed a suite of online and careers materials in her time at AMSI and was one of the writers for the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics F – 10. She is an experienced primary teacher, who has worked as a lecturer in mathematics education at the University of Melbourne and serves on the Maths Challenge and AMOC Committees of the Australian Mathematics Trust.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Jacqui Ramagge**Jacqui Ramagge is currently Head of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University in Sydney . After graduating in 1993 with a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Warwick (UK) she worked at the University of Newcastle (Australia) until 2007 and then at the University of Wollongong until 2015 when she moved to the University of Sydney. She has served on the Australian Research Council College of Experts, including as Chair of Australian Laureate Fellowships Selection Advisory Committee. She teaches mathematics at all levels from primary school to PhD courses and has won a teaching award. She contributed to the Vermont Mathematics Initiative (USA) and is a founding member of the Australian Mathematics T rust Primary Problems Committee. In 2013 she received a BH Neumann Award from the Australian Mathematics Trust for her significant contribution to the enrichment of mathematics learning in Australia.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 7 Third Edition (Print And Interactive Textbook Powered By Cambridge HOTMaths)

$72.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Janine McIntosh**Janine McIntosh manages AMSI Schools at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute. Janine leads a professional development and schools-visit program for teachers across the country. Through clusters of schools supported by industry and government partners, Janine’s aim is to encourage more Australians to enjoy and study mathematics. Janine has developed a suite of online and careers materials in her time at AMSI and was one of the writers for the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics F – 10. She is an experienced primary teacher, who has worked as a lecturer in mathematics education at the University of Melbourne and serves on the Maths Challenge and AMOC Committees of the Australian Mathematics Trust.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Jacqui Ramagge**Jacqui Ramagge is currently Head of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University in Sydney . After graduating in 1993 with a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Warwick (UK) she worked at the University of Newcastle (Australia) until 2007 and then at the University of Wollongong until 2015 when she moved to the University of Sydney. She has served on the Australian Research Council College of Experts, including as Chair of Australian Laureate Fellowships Selection Advisory Committee. She teaches mathematics at all levels from primary school to PhD courses and has won a teaching award. She contributed to the Vermont Mathematics Initiative (USA) and is a founding member of the Australian Mathematics T rust Primary Problems Committee. In 2013 she received a BH Neumann Award from the Australian Mathematics Trust for her significant contribution to the enrichment of mathematics learning in Australia.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 7 Third Edition (Print And Interactive Textbook Powered By Cambridge HOTMaths)

$72.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Janine McIntosh**Janine McIntosh manages AMSI Schools at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute. Janine leads a professional development and schools-visit program for teachers across the country. Through clusters of schools supported by industry and government partners, Janine’s aim is to encourage more Australians to enjoy and study mathematics. Janine has developed a suite of online and careers materials in her time at AMSI and was one of the writers for the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics F – 10. She is an experienced primary teacher, who has worked as a lecturer in mathematics education at the University of Melbourne and serves on the Maths Challenge and AMOC Committees of the Australian Mathematics Trust.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Jacqui Ramagge**Jacqui Ramagge is currently Head of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University in Sydney . After graduating in 1993 with a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Warwick (UK) she worked at the University of Newcastle (Australia) until 2007 and then at the University of Wollongong until 2015 when she moved to the University of Sydney. She has served on the Australian Research Council College of Experts, including as Chair of Australian Laureate Fellowships Selection Advisory Committee. She teaches mathematics at all levels from primary school to PhD courses and has won a teaching award. She contributed to the Vermont Mathematics Initiative (USA) and is a founding member of the Australian Mathematics T rust Primary Problems Committee. In 2013 she received a BH Neumann Award from the Australian Mathematics Trust for her significant contribution to the enrichment of mathematics learning in Australia.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 7 Third Edition Online Teaching Suite

$149.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Janine McIntosh**Janine McIntosh manages AMSI Schools at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute. Janine leads a professional development and schools-visit program for teachers across the country. Through clusters of schools supported by industry and government partners, Janine’s aim is to encourage more Australians to enjoy and study mathematics. Janine has developed a suite of online and careers materials in her time at AMSI and was one of the writers for the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics F – 10. She is an experienced primary teacher, who has worked as a lecturer in mathematics education at the University of Melbourne and serves on the Maths Challenge and AMOC Committees of the Australian Mathematics Trust.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Jacqui Ramagge**Jacqui Ramagge is currently Head of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University in Sydney . After graduating in 1993 with a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Warwick (UK) she worked at the University of Newcastle (Australia) until 2007 and then at the University of Wollongong until 2015 when she moved to the University of Sydney. She has served on the Australian Research Council College of Experts, including as Chair of Australian Laureate Fellowships Selection Advisory Committee. She teaches mathematics at all levels from primary school to PhD courses and has won a teaching award. She contributed to the Vermont Mathematics Initiative (USA) and is a founding member of the Australian Mathematics T rust Primary Problems Committee. In 2013 she received a BH Neumann Award from the Australian Mathematics Trust for her significant contribution to the enrichment of mathematics learning in Australia.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 7 Third Edition Online Teaching Suite

$149.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Janine McIntosh**Janine McIntosh manages AMSI Schools at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute. Janine leads a professional development and schools-visit program for teachers across the country. Through clusters of schools supported by industry and government partners, Janine’s aim is to encourage more Australians to enjoy and study mathematics. Janine has developed a suite of online and careers materials in her time at AMSI and was one of the writers for the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics F – 10. She is an experienced primary teacher, who has worked as a lecturer in mathematics education at the University of Melbourne and serves on the Maths Challenge and AMOC Committees of the Australian Mathematics Trust.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Jacqui Ramagge**Jacqui Ramagge is currently Head of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University in Sydney . After graduating in 1993 with a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Warwick (UK) she worked at the University of Newcastle (Australia) until 2007 and then at the University of Wollongong until 2015 when she moved to the University of Sydney. She has served on the Australian Research Council College of Experts, including as Chair of Australian Laureate Fellowships Selection Advisory Committee. She teaches mathematics at all levels from primary school to PhD courses and has won a teaching award. She contributed to the Vermont Mathematics Initiative (USA) and is a founding member of the Australian Mathematics T rust Primary Problems Committee. In 2013 she received a BH Neumann Award from the Australian Mathematics Trust for her significant contribution to the enrichment of mathematics learning in Australia.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 8 Third Edition (Interactive Textbook Powered By Cambridge HOTMaths)

$59.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Janine McIntosh**Janine McIntosh manages AMSI Schools at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute. Janine leads a professional development and schools-visit program for teachers across the country. Through clusters of schools supported by industry and government partners, Janine’s aim is to encourage more Australians to enjoy and study mathematics. Janine has developed a suite of online and careers materials in her time at AMSI and was one of the writers for the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics F – 10. She is an experienced primary teacher, who has worked as a lecturer in mathematics education at the University of Melbourne and serves on the Maths Challenge and AMOC Committees of the Australian Mathematics Trust.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Jacqui Ramagge**Jacqui Ramagge is currently Head of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University in Sydney . After graduating in 1993 with a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Warwick (UK) she worked at the University of Newcastle (Australia) until 2007 and then at the University of Wollongong until 2015 when she moved to the University of Sydney. She has served on the Australian Research Council College of Experts, including as Chair of Australian Laureate Fellowships Selection Advisory Committee. She teaches mathematics at all levels from primary school to PhD courses and has won a teaching award. She contributed to the Vermont Mathematics Initiative (USA) and is a founding member of the Australian Mathematics T rust Primary Problems Committee. In 2013 she received a BH Neumann Award from the Australian Mathematics Trust for her significant contribution to the enrichment of mathematics learning in Australia.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 8 Third Edition (Interactive Textbook Powered By Cambridge HOTMaths)

$59.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Janine McIntosh**Janine McIntosh manages AMSI Schools at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute. Janine leads a professional development and schools-visit program for teachers across the country. Through clusters of schools supported by industry and government partners, Janine’s aim is to encourage more Australians to enjoy and study mathematics. Janine has developed a suite of online and careers materials in her time at AMSI and was one of the writers for the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics F – 10. She is an experienced primary teacher, who has worked as a lecturer in mathematics education at the University of Melbourne and serves on the Maths Challenge and AMOC Committees of the Australian Mathematics Trust.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Jacqui Ramagge**Jacqui Ramagge is currently Head of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University in Sydney . After graduating in 1993 with a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Warwick (UK) she worked at the University of Newcastle (Australia) until 2007 and then at the University of Wollongong until 2015 when she moved to the University of Sydney. She has served on the Australian Research Council College of Experts, including as Chair of Australian Laureate Fellowships Selection Advisory Committee. She teaches mathematics at all levels from primary school to PhD courses and has won a teaching award. She contributed to the Vermont Mathematics Initiative (USA) and is a founding member of the Australian Mathematics T rust Primary Problems Committee. In 2013 she received a BH Neumann Award from the Australian Mathematics Trust for her significant contribution to the enrichment of mathematics learning in Australia.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 8 Third Edition (Print And Interactive Textbook Powered By Cambridge HOTMaths)

$72.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Janine McIntosh**Janine McIntosh manages AMSI Schools at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute. Janine leads a professional development and schools-visit program for teachers across the country. Through clusters of schools supported by industry and government partners, Janine’s aim is to encourage more Australians to enjoy and study mathematics. Janine has developed a suite of online and careers materials in her time at AMSI and was one of the writers for the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics F – 10. She is an experienced primary teacher, who has worked as a lecturer in mathematics education at the University of Melbourne and serves on the Maths Challenge and AMOC Committees of the Australian Mathematics Trust.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Jacqui Ramagge**Jacqui Ramagge is currently Head of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University in Sydney . After graduating in 1993 with a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Warwick (UK) she worked at the University of Newcastle (Australia) until 2007 and then at the University of Wollongong until 2015 when she moved to the University of Sydney. She has served on the Australian Research Council College of Experts, including as Chair of Australian Laureate Fellowships Selection Advisory Committee. She teaches mathematics at all levels from primary school to PhD courses and has won a teaching award. She contributed to the Vermont Mathematics Initiative (USA) and is a founding member of the Australian Mathematics T rust Primary Problems Committee. In 2013 she received a BH Neumann Award from the Australian Mathematics Trust for her significant contribution to the enrichment of mathematics learning in Australia.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 8 Third Edition (Print And Interactive Textbook Powered By Cambridge HOTMaths)

$72.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Janine McIntosh**Janine McIntosh manages AMSI Schools at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute. Janine leads a professional development and schools-visit program for teachers across the country. Through clusters of schools supported by industry and government partners, Janine’s aim is to encourage more Australians to enjoy and study mathematics. Janine has developed a suite of online and careers materials in her time at AMSI and was one of the writers for the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics F – 10. She is an experienced primary teacher, who has worked as a lecturer in mathematics education at the University of Melbourne and serves on the Maths Challenge and AMOC Committees of the Australian Mathematics Trust.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Jacqui Ramagge**Jacqui Ramagge is currently Head of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University in Sydney . After graduating in 1993 with a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Warwick (UK) she worked at the University of Newcastle (Australia) until 2007 and then at the University of Wollongong until 2015 when she moved to the University of Sydney. She has served on the Australian Research Council College of Experts, including as Chair of Australian Laureate Fellowships Selection Advisory Committee. She teaches mathematics at all levels from primary school to PhD courses and has won a teaching award. She contributed to the Vermont Mathematics Initiative (USA) and is a founding member of the Australian Mathematics T rust Primary Problems Committee. In 2013 she received a BH Neumann Award from the Australian Mathematics Trust for her significant contribution to the enrichment of mathematics learning in Australia.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 8 Third Edition Online Teaching Suite

$149.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Janine McIntosh**Janine McIntosh manages AMSI Schools at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute. Janine leads a professional development and schools-visit program for teachers across the country. Through clusters of schools supported by industry and government partners, Janine’s aim is to encourage more Australians to enjoy and study mathematics. Janine has developed a suite of online and careers materials in her time at AMSI and was one of the writers for the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics F – 10. She is an experienced primary teacher, who has worked as a lecturer in mathematics education at the University of Melbourne and serves on the Maths Challenge and AMOC Committees of the Australian Mathematics Trust.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Jacqui Ramagge**Jacqui Ramagge is currently Head of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University in Sydney . After graduating in 1993 with a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Warwick (UK) she worked at the University of Newcastle (Australia) until 2007 and then at the University of Wollongong until 2015 when she moved to the University of Sydney. She has served on the Australian Research Council College of Experts, including as Chair of Australian Laureate Fellowships Selection Advisory Committee. She teaches mathematics at all levels from primary school to PhD courses and has won a teaching award. She contributed to the Vermont Mathematics Initiative (USA) and is a founding member of the Australian Mathematics T rust Primary Problems Committee. In 2013 she received a BH Neumann Award from the Australian Mathematics Trust for her significant contribution to the enrichment of mathematics learning in Australia.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 8 Third Edition Online Teaching Suite

$149.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Janine McIntosh**Janine McIntosh manages AMSI Schools at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute. Janine leads a professional development and schools-visit program for teachers across the country. Through clusters of schools supported by industry and government partners, Janine’s aim is to encourage more Australians to enjoy and study mathematics. Janine has developed a suite of online and careers materials in her time at AMSI and was one of the writers for the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics F – 10. She is an experienced primary teacher, who has worked as a lecturer in mathematics education at the University of Melbourne and serves on the Maths Challenge and AMOC Committees of the Australian Mathematics Trust.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Jacqui Ramagge**Jacqui Ramagge is currently Head of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University in Sydney . After graduating in 1993 with a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Warwick (UK) she worked at the University of Newcastle (Australia) until 2007 and then at the University of Wollongong until 2015 when she moved to the University of Sydney. She has served on the Australian Research Council College of Experts, including as Chair of Australian Laureate Fellowships Selection Advisory Committee. She teaches mathematics at all levels from primary school to PhD courses and has won a teaching award. She contributed to the Vermont Mathematics Initiative (USA) and is a founding member of the Australian Mathematics T rust Primary Problems Committee. In 2013 she received a BH Neumann Award from the Australian Mathematics Trust for her significant contribution to the enrichment of mathematics learning in Australia.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 9 Third Edition (Interactive Textbook Powered By Cambridge HOTMaths)

$59.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Robert McLaren**Robert McLaren graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) and a Diploma of Education. He commenced his teaching career in 1979 at The Geelong College and has taught at a number of Victorian Independent Schools throughout his career. He has been involved in textbook writing, curriculum development and VCE examination setting and marking during his teaching life. He has taught mathematics at all secondary levels and has a particular interest in problem solving. Robert is currently Vice Principal at Scotch College in Melbourne.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Brian Woolacott**Brian Woolacott graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science and a Diploma of Education. In 1979 he started his teaching career at Scotch College, Melbourne, and he has taught at all secondary levels. For 13 years Brian was the Coordinator of Mathematics for Years 9 and 10 and during this time he was involved in co-authoring a number of textbooks for the Year 9 and 10 levels. Brian is currently the Dean of Studies at Scotch College.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 9 Third Edition (Interactive Textbook Powered By Cambridge HOTMaths)

$59.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Robert McLaren**Robert McLaren graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) and a Diploma of Education. He commenced his teaching career in 1979 at The Geelong College and has taught at a number of Victorian Independent Schools throughout his career. He has been involved in textbook writing, curriculum development and VCE examination setting and marking during his teaching life. He has taught mathematics at all secondary levels and has a particular interest in problem solving. Robert is currently Vice Principal at Scotch College in Melbourne.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Brian Woolacott**Brian Woolacott graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science and a Diploma of Education. In 1979 he started his teaching career at Scotch College, Melbourne, and he has taught at all secondary levels. For 13 years Brian was the Coordinator of Mathematics for Years 9 and 10 and during this time he was involved in co-authoring a number of textbooks for the Year 9 and 10 levels. Brian is currently the Dean of Studies at Scotch College.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 9 Third Edition (Print and Interactive Textbook Powered By Cambridge HOTMaths)

$72.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Robert McLaren**Robert McLaren graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) and a Diploma of Education. He commenced his teaching career in 1979 at The Geelong College and has taught at a number of Victorian Independent Schools throughout his career. He has been involved in textbook writing, curriculum development and VCE examination setting and marking during his teaching life. He has taught mathematics at all secondary levels and has a particular interest in problem solving. Robert is currently Vice Principal at Scotch College in Melbourne.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Brian Woolacott**Brian Woolacott graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science and a Diploma of Education. In 1979 he started his teaching career at Scotch College, Melbourne, and he has taught at all secondary levels. For 13 years Brian was the Coordinator of Mathematics for Years 9 and 10 and during this time he was involved in co-authoring a number of textbooks for the Year 9 and 10 levels. Brian is currently the Dean of Studies at Scotch College.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 9 Third Edition (Print and Interactive Textbook Powered By Cambridge HOTMaths)

$72.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Robert McLaren**Robert McLaren graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) and a Diploma of Education. He commenced his teaching career in 1979 at The Geelong College and has taught at a number of Victorian Independent Schools throughout his career. He has been involved in textbook writing, curriculum development and VCE examination setting and marking during his teaching life. He has taught mathematics at all secondary levels and has a particular interest in problem solving. Robert is currently Vice Principal at Scotch College in Melbourne.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Brian Woolacott**Brian Woolacott graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science and a Diploma of Education. In 1979 he started his teaching career at Scotch College, Melbourne, and he has taught at all secondary levels. For 13 years Brian was the Coordinator of Mathematics for Years 9 and 10 and during this time he was involved in co-authoring a number of textbooks for the Year 9 and 10 levels. Brian is currently the Dean of Studies at Scotch College.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 9 Third Edition Online Teaching Suite

$149.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Robert McLaren**Robert McLaren graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) and a Diploma of Education. He commenced his teaching career in 1979 at The Geelong College and has taught at a number of Victorian Independent Schools throughout his career. He has been involved in textbook writing, curriculum development and VCE examination setting and marking during his teaching life. He has taught mathematics at all secondary levels and has a particular interest in problem solving. Robert is currently Vice Principal at Scotch College in Melbourne.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Brian Woolacott**Brian Woolacott graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science and a Diploma of Education. In 1979 he started his teaching career at Scotch College, Melbourne, and he has taught at all secondary levels. For 13 years Brian was the Coordinator of Mathematics for Years 9 and 10 and during this time he was involved in co-authoring a number of textbooks for the Year 9 and 10 levels. Brian is currently the Dean of Studies at Scotch College.

### ICE-EM Mathematics Year 9 Third Edition Online Teaching Suite

$149.95

**ABOUT THE AUTHORS**

**Peter Brown**Peter Brown completed postgraduate degrees in Pure Mathematics and Ancient Greek at the University of Sydney and has worked for nine years as a mathematics teacher in NSW State schools. Since 1990, he has taught Pure Mathematics at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). He was appointed Director of First Year Studies at UNSW from 2011 to 2015. He specialises in Number Theory and History of Mathematics and has published in both areas. Peter regularly speaks at teacher inservices, Talented Student days and Mathematics Olympiad Camps. In 2008 he received a UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Teaching Award for educational leadership.

**Michael Evans**Michael Evans has a PhD in Mathematics from Monash University and a Diploma of Education from La Trobe University. He currently holds the honorary position of Senior Consultant at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute at the University of Melbourne. He was Head of Mathematics at Scotch College, Melbourne, and has also taught in public schools and in recent years has returned to classroom teaching. He has been very involved with curriculum development at both state and national levels. In 1999, Michael was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws by Monash University for his contribution to mathematics education.

**Garth Gaudry**Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

**David Hunt**David Hunt graduated from the University of Sydney in 1967 with an Honours degree in Mathematics and Physics, then obtained a master’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Warwick. He was appointed to a lectureship in Pure Mathematics at UNSW in 1971, where he is currently an honorary Associate Professor. David has taught courses in Pure Mathematics from first year to master’s level and was Director of First Year Studies in Mathematics for five years. Many of David’s activities outside UNSW have centred on the Australian Mathematics Trust. These contributions as well as those to the Inter national Mathematical Olympiad movement were recognised by the award of the Paul Erdos medal in 2016.

**Robert McLaren**Robert McLaren graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science (Hons) and a Diploma of Education. He commenced his teaching career in 1979 at The Geelong College and has taught at a number of Victorian Independent Schools throughout his career. He has been involved in textbook writing, curriculum development and VCE examination setting and marking during his teaching life. He has taught mathematics at all secondary levels and has a particular interest in problem solving. Robert is currently Vice Principal at Scotch College in Melbourne.

**Bill Pender**Bill Pender has a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Sydney University. After a year at Bonn University , he taught at Sydney Grammar School from 1975 to 2008, where he was Subject Master for many years. He has been involved in the development of NSW Mathematics syllabuses since the early 1990s, and was a foundation member of the Education Advisory Committee of AMSI. He has also lectured and tutored at Sydney University and at UNSW, and given various inservice courses. Bill is the lead author of the NSW calculus series Cambridge Mathematics.

**Brian Woolacott**Brian Woolacott graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science and a Diploma of Education. In 1979 he started his teaching career at Scotch College, Melbourne, and he has taught at all secondary levels. For 13 years Brian was the Coordinator of Mathematics for Years 9 and 10 and during this time he was involved in co-authoring a number of textbooks for the Year 9 and 10 levels. Brian is currently the Dean of Studies at Scotch College.