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**Pure Year 1**Check your ISBN:

9781 292 20826 8 is the OLD uncorrected version 1

9781 292 18339 8 is the NEW (not very corrected) version 2

You can also tell version 2 as it has the number 1 at the bottom of the spine

**page 39, section 3.1**

amend to:

"Linear simultaneous equations in two unknowns,

**that are neither equivalent nor contradictory,**have one set of values that will make a pair of equations true at the same time."

**page 50, example 11**

first line of the solution should say >2 rather than >x, in order to match the question -

*this is one thing that has been corrected in version 2!***page 52, exercise 3F, question 1**

part b) does not make sense, as you would need both equations in the form y= before writing the inequality. You could change it to L1>L2 but that is not a proper inequality. Instead it should read

3 - 1.5x > x-5

The worked solution is also wrong in this respect

**page 55, exercise 3G, question 2**

the answer in the book is completely correct, but the answer in the SolutionBank has the line x

__>__-1 as dotted rather than solid

**page 55, exercise 3G, question 3**

the first inequality should be < rather than > in the question -

*this is one thing that has been corrected in version 2!***page 65, exercise 4B, question 1i**

mistake in the solution online, the x value on the graph should be plotted at '-5' however they have plotted it at '-3'

**page 74, exercise 4E, question 1e (ii)**

mistake in worked solutions online, should be positive cube root not negative cube root

**page 74, exercise 4E, question 1f (ii)**

mistake in worked solutions online, should be (3,0) not (5,0)

**page 122, exercise 6D, question 10**

question poorly phrased as it asks for the range of possible values for

*k*twice -

*this is one thing that has been corrected in version 2!***page 155, Mixed Ex 7, question 23**

the correct answer is 3 as the working in the back forgets to square root.

**page 164, exercise 8C, question 2b**

the worked solutions should be -80x^3 rather than x^2

**page 190, exercise 9E, question 1**

for part h)

**t**he answer in the back has two solutions but the first makes no sense. Angle z (at vertex B) cannot be 61.3 degrees since it is opposite the shortest side AC=4.8 cm and angle A is smaller at 45 degrees.

**page 218, exercise 10E, question 2**

part e) the equation is in x but the interval is given in θ

**page 223, Mixed Exercise 10, question 14**

the answer in the back includes 0 and 360 degrees but these are not in the interval given in the question as 0<θ

**page 329, example 19**

Book uses R = aP^n but then plot log P against log R, meaning gradient wrong. Question should possibly be P = aR^n.

**Applied Year 1**

__Please visit this site about the new version of this book__

Check your ISBN:

9781 292 18328 2 is the OLD uncorrected version 1

9781 292 23253 9 is the NEW corrected version 2

There is a PDF listing the changes made, which can be downloaded from here (please let me know if this link doesn't work)

Even the new version does NOT correct the following errors, so I am leaving them here:

**page 36 Exercise 2F question 9**

This has a rounding error. Standard deviation should be 6.29 not 6.28

**page 66 question 3 part a)**

on the graph, amend the x axis label to "Number of items (

*n*)"

**page 67 question 5 part c)**

there is a mismatch between the question and the answer

amend to:

"The equation of the regression line of

*g*on

*t*for the remaining data is

*g*= 44.9 - 0.47

*t*

c) Give an interpretation of the value -0.47 in this regression equation"

**page 103 example 4**

uses 0.001 when 0.01 meant, and the critical region is completely wrong

**page 216 Mixed Exercise 4 question 5 part c)**

amend to:

"If the temperature increases by approximately 1 degree C, the number of pairs of gloves sold each month decreases by 0.47."

The Solutionbank answer for this uses the regression line of

*t*on

*g*as given, but has a totally different answer for part c based on 10 gloves predicting a 1.8 degree drop of temperature.

**page 223 Exercise 8A question 3 part c)**

amend to "k = 10 metres" (not seconds)

**page 146 question 11 part b)**

amend to "x-coordinate -8" (not -28) to yield the answer in the back

**page 227 Exercise 10B question 5 part b) iii**

amend the bearing to "036.9"

**page 230 Review Exercise 2**

question 12 no answers given

part b) should be 2.5ms-2 for the trailer and 2.17ms-2 for the car

question 19 no answers given

part a) should be a = 6 - 3t^1/2 and part b) s = 3t^2 - (4/5)t^5/2

**Core Pure Year 1 (for Further Maths)****page 102 Exercise 6B question 4**

matrix C should not contain a comma

the printed answer has 2/5 in the bottom right-hand corner but this should be 2/3

**exercise 6E question 1**the printed answer has 2/5 in the bottom right-hand corner but this should be 2/3

**page 121 question 5**

equation

*C*should start with the variable

*x*

**page 232 Exercise 6A question 12d**

the top-right element of the matrix should have the denominator 6 not 16

"Now consider the sum of the geometric series 1 + 1/2 + 1/8 + 1/16 + ..." omits the value of 1/4

__Pure Year 2__

**page 73**"Now consider the sum of the geometric series 1 + 1/2 + 1/8 + 1/16 + ..." omits the value of 1/4

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