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Use of the websites at http://www.hotmaths.com.au and www.cambridge.edu.au/seniormaths is subject to these
terms and conditions of use. The Sites are operated by The Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of the
University of Cambridge, acting through its department Cambridge University Press ("Cambridge University
Press") and HOTmaths Pty. Limited trading as Cambridge HOTmaths (ACN 094237233) ("HOTmaths"). Users who do
communicate any of the content on this website, including files downloadable from this website, without the
written permission of the copyright owner.
- "Application" means an indication of intention to use the Site including the completion of an
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which confirms such an intention.
- "Cambridge HOTmaths" means the Cambridge HOTmaths learning system accessed through the sites.
- "School" means a school which lodges an application for any of its students or teachers to use the
- "Site" means the Cambridge and HOTmaths websites listed above.
- "Site Material" means all programs, graphics and information of whatever nature located on the Site.
- "Student" means any student who is a Subscriber.
- "Subscriber" means the School or person who makes the Application.
- "Teacher" means any teacher who is a Subscriber.
- "User" means any student or teacher in respect of whom a school or other person makes an Application,
and when used in conjunction with the word "Subscriber" means the User or Users to whom that
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The Subscriber agrees with that the following terms and conditions will apply to the use of the Site by the
The full texts of titles and ancillary materials (referred to below as 'content') available through
Cambridge HOTmaths, Cambridge Senior Mathematics for the Australian Curriculum/VCE and Cambridge Essential
Mathematics for the Australian Curriculum Second edition may only be accessed by Authorised Users.
An "Authorised User" is defined as:
- an individual who purchases a title with an access code to Cambridge HOTmaths; or
- an individual who is affiliated with a purchasing institution as a current student, or employee and who
can access Cambridge HOTmaths through the secure network of a purchasing institution or from such other
places where Authorised Users work or study (including but not limited to Authorised Users' offices and
homes, halls of residence and student dormitories); or
- if applicable, an individual who has registered and been granted access to the content by taking part in
a free trial.
An Authorised User will be provided with an access code that will need to be registered to an individual
email address. Once registered, the Authorised User will have access to specific content on Cambridge
The Subscriber warrants that all information contained in the Application is true and acknowledges that it
is their responsibility to advise HOTmaths within seven (7) days of that information changing in any way
including, but not limited to, updating email addresses by means of the relevant link.
The Subscriber will take, and where applicable will ensure that the user takes, all reasonable steps to
prevent the Subscriber/User's password becoming known to any other person. The Subscriber will advise
Cambridge University Press or HOTmaths immediately if the Subscriber or the User becomes aware of any
unauthorised use of the password.
Subject to clause 4 below, the Subscriber acknowledges that the Site Material is the property of Cambridge
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published under exclusive license from the copyright holder by Cambridge University Press. Except as
procure that the User will not, allow any other person to use the Site or reproduce or otherwise transmit
any of the Site Material in any way whatsoever without first obtaining the written permission of HOTmaths or
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A Teacher, or a User who is a teacher, may use Site Material for classroom instructional purposes such as
projecting it onto a whiteboard, displaying it by means of other electronic media or printing it and
distributing it to their students. Site Material also may be downloaded (excluding the PDF Textbook) to digital media for use within a
school by Subscribers but must be immediately removed upon expiry of the subscription unless renewal is
pending. The use of the Site Materials by a Teacher, or by a User who is a teacher, for any purpose other
than the instruction of the students in their class at a time when their right to use the Site Materials is
The Subscriber will indemnify HOTmaths and/or Cambridge University Press for any loss or damage sustained by
in respect of the activities of the User. The Subscriber acknowledges that circumstances may exist where
damages are not an appropriate remedy and Cambridge University Press/HOTmaths are entitled to obtain
Cambridge University Press and/or HOTmaths may terminate this agreement immediately if at any time the
is in breach of the Subscriber's obligations (including as a result of some act or omission by the User).
The Subscriber acknowledges that termination for any reason will not entitle the Subscriber to a refund of
any payments made to Cambridge University Press or HOTmaths prior to the date of such termination.
Cambridge University Press or HOTmaths will refund Subscriber payments upon receipt of a written submission
from the Subscriber that the site does not deliver that which it claims to provide. Refunds will not be
given where the Subscriber is using systems other than those identified in the 'System requirements' or
where the Subscriber is misusing the system.
Cambridge University Press and HOTmaths reserve the right to alter their product and pricing systems at any
You are entitled to download and store PDF Textbooks on your local machine. However they may not be
transferred to another party as an electronic or print version. The downloaded PDF Textbook is expressly
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Schools are entitled to load the downloaded PDFs onto their school network for use only for the same number
of users as they have purchased printed or digital texts.
Other ancillary materials
Authorised Users may access, search and view content for personal use only. Print, copy and download
permissions may vary depending on the sensitivity and rights available for the content.
Online Teacher Resources
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Other downloaded materials, except for the PDF Textbook, may be placed on your school network for use by
other teachers at your school.
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- Engage in systematic copying or downloading of the content or transmit any part of the content by any
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- Mount or distribute any part of the content on any electronic network, including without limitation the
- Make the content available in any other form or medium or create derivative works without the written
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stated on resources that have been designed to cover multiple year levels.
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- 31st December of the next year if you register in the months August to December.
time as HOTmaths or Cambridge University Press may terminate its agreement for access to Cambridge
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terminate access on a permanent basis, to the content in the event of a deliberate and/or systematic breach
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