STP Caribbean Maths Book 1 Third Editon by CE Layne, Linda Bostock
STP Maths is one of the best selling maths courses across the Caribbean. The new edition has been revised in line with the new CXC syllabus, and now includes the use of investigations with opportunities for group work. It provides complete coverage of the CXC syllabus for the CSEC examination.
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Provide students with essential practice with this write-in workbook for the only series published in association with the Ministry of Education.
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