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Mathematical Proof eBook

              Mathematical Proof eBook

              This mathematical proof eBook contains a selection of A4 printable worksheets  for GCSE mathematics .  Solutions are provided to enable quick and easy feedback.

              Topics Included

              • Algebraic Proof
              • Geometrical Proof
              • Proof with Vectors
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