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Learning and Understanding: Improving Advanced Study of Mathematics and Science in U.S. High Schools - Report of the Content Panel for Mathematics International Baccalaureate Organisation. (1998b). Teacher Support Material: Mathematical Methods SL – The Portfolio. Geneva, Switzerland: author. International Baccalaureate Organisation. (1998c). Teacher Support Material: Mathematics HL – The Portfolio. Geneva, Switzerland: author. International Baccalaureate Organisation. (1999a). Further Mathematics SL Specimen Papers and Markschemes (for the programme with first examinations in May 2000) --SPEC/540/S(1-2) and Specimen/540/S(1-2)M. Geneva, Switzerland: author. International Baccalaureate Organisation. (1999b). International Baccalaureate Mathematical Methods Standard Level May 1999 Exam – M99/520/S(1-2). Geneva, Switzerland: author. International Baccalaureate Organisation. (1999c). International Baccalaureate Mathematical Methods Standard Level November 1999 Exam – N99/520/S(1-2). Geneva, Switzerland: author. International Baccalaureate Organisation. (1999d). International Baccalaureate Mathematics Higher Level May 1999 Exam – M99/510/H(1-2). Geneva, Switzerland: author. International Baccalaureate Organisation. (1999e). International Baccalaureate Mathematics Higher Level November 1999 Exam – N99/510/H(1-2). Geneva, Switzerland: author. International Baccalaureate Organisation. (1999f). Markscheme May 1999 Mathematical Methods Standard Level – M99/520/S(1-2)M. Geneva, Switzerland: author. International Baccalaureate Organisation. (1999g). Markscheme May 1999 Mathematics Higher Level – M99/510/H(1-2)M. Geneva, Switzerland: author. International Baccalaureate Organisation. (1999h). Markscheme November 1999 Mathematical Methods Standard Level – N99/520/S(1-2)M. Geneva, Switzerland: author. International Baccalaureate Organisation. (1999i). Markscheme November 1999 Mathematics Higher Level – N99/510/H(1-2)M. Geneva, Switzerland: author. International Baccalaureate Organisation. (1999j). Mathematical Methods SL Specimen Papers and Markschemes (for the programme with first examinations in May 2000) --SPEC/520/S(1-2) and Specimen/520/S(1-2)M. Geneva, Switzerland: author. International Baccalaureate Organisation. (1999k). Mathematics HL Specimen Papers and Markschemes (for the programme with first examinations in May 2000) -- SPEC/510/H(1-2) and Specimen/510/H(1-2)M. Geneva, Switzerland: author. International Baccalaureate Organisation. (1999l). Subject Reports – May 1999: Mathematical Methods (pp. 487-498). Geneva, Switzerland: author. International Baccalaureate Organisation. (1999m). Subject Reports – May 1999: Mathematics Higher Level (pp. 475-486). Geneva, Switzerland: author.

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