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Mathematics Scheme of Work, SS1, 1st Term

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Academic Questions in Mathematics

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The two sides that forms an angle are referred to as the _____.

  • A. arms
  • B. vertexes
  • C. bays
  • D. zones
  • E. limbs
  • F. dune

The point where the two sides of an angle meet is termed the _____.

  • A. arms
  • B. vertex
  • C. bays
  • D. zones
  • E. limbs 
  • F. dune

How many digits are there in -223.00

  • A. 1
  • B. 2
  • C. 3
  • D. 4
  • E. 5
  • F. 6

30% of 2 is equal to _____.

  • A. 30
  • B. 0.6
  • C. 75
  • D. 0.25
  • E. 0.3
  • F. 60

Scheme of Work (Mathematics) SS1, 1st Term:

 

WEEK 1

Topic: Number Bases

  • Decimal base (Base 10) and other bases e.g. base 2(binary) base 7 (days of the week) etc.
  • Conversion from Base 10 to other bases, conversion from other bases to base 10..

 

WEEK 2

Topic: Number Bases

  • Problem solving, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of number in the various bases.
  • Conversion of decimal fraction in one base to base 10.
  • Apply number base system to computer programming. .  

 

WEEK 3

Topic: Modular Arithmetic

  • Revision of addition, division, multiplication and subtraction of integers.
  • Concept of modular arithmetic
  • Addition, subtraction and multiplication operations in modular arithmetic.
  • Application to real life situations. 

 

WEEK 4

Topic: Indices

  • Laws of indices and their applications e.g. a.  ax x ay = ax+y b.  ax/ay = ax-y c.  (ax)y = axy
  • Application of indices, simple indicial/exponential equations. 

 

WEEK 5

Topic: Standard Form (AX10n)

  •  Writing numbers in index form
  • Adding two numbers and writing the results in standard form.
  • Subtracting one number from the other in standard form. 
  • Multiplying numbers in standard form 
  • Dividing numbers in standard form including square root of such numbers. 

 

WEEK 6

Topic: Logarithms

  • Deducing logarithm from indices and standard form i.e. if y=10x, then x=logy10 
  • Definition of logarithm e.g.  log101000=3
  • Graph of y=10x using x=0.1, 0.2,……….. 

 

WEEK 7

Topic: Logarithms

  • Calculations involving multiplication and division

 

WEEK 8

Topic: Logarithms

  • Calculations involving power and roots using the logarithm tables.
  • Solving practical problems using logarithm tables relating to capital market.
  •   Explain the concept of capital market operation
  • Use logarithm tables in multiplying the large numbers involved in capital market operation. 

 

WEEK 9

Topic: Definition of Sets

  • Set notation – listing or roster method, rule method, set builder notation
  • Types of sets: e.g. universal set, empty set, finite set and infinite set, subset, disjoint set, power set etc. 

 

WEEK 10

Topic: Set Operations

  • Union of sets and intersection of sets complement of sets.
  • Venn diagram
  • Venn diagram and application up to 3 set, problems 

 

WEEK 11

Topic: Simple Equations

  •  Change of subject of formulae
  • Formula involving brackets, roots and powers.
  • Subject of formula and substitution. 

 

WEEK 12

Topic: Simple Equation and Variations

  • Revision of simultaneous linear equation in two (2) unknown
  • Types and application of variations. 

 

WEEK 13

  • Revision

 

WEEK 14

  • Examination

 

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Amazing facts in Mathematics

1000

From 0 to 1000, the only number that has the letter “a” in it is “one thousand”.

÷

The division symbol "÷" is actually called an obelus


NOTABLE POINTS IN Mathematics

Circumference in mathematics means the distance around the edge of a circle (or a another curverd surface).

Perimeter means the distance around a square or rectangle or polygon.

Circumference is to circle or any other curved surface

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Perimeter is to square or rectangle or polygon

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