Form 1mathematics

The pdf form one mathematics class notes are meant for secondary school students in their first year of study. Below is a summary of some of the topics you will learn; Factors, Prime Numbers and Composite Numbers. About Press Copyright Contact us Creators Advertise Developers Terms Privacy Policy & Safety How YouTube works Test new features Press Copyright Contact us Creators.

Form 2 - Mathematics - Preparation 3

Form posted Jan 7, 2012, 8:52 AM by Mohammad Durgauhee Mathematics
Form 2 Yearly Program
Real numbers
 Integers
 Irrational numbers
 Set of real numbers
 Squares, square roots, cubes, cube roots, and applications

 Factors, primes and prime factorization and H.C.F.
 Problems involving H.C.F. and L.C.M.
Ratio, rate, and proportion
 Writing ratios as fractions
 Meaning of rate
 Scales in practical situations (including scale drawings)
 Proportion
 Percentages in real-life situations
 Conversion between percentages, fractions and decimals
 Expressing one quantity as a percentage of another

 Profit and Loss
 Commission
 Hire purchase
Polygons
 Interior and exterior angles
Trigonometry
 Pythagoras’ theorem
Coordinates
 Generating points using equation of lines
Transformation
 Translation vector
 Location of mirror line
 Centre and angle of rotation
 Vocabulary of circles
 Properties of circles associated with radius, diameter, and chords
Vectors
 Graphical representation of a vector
 Position vectors

Length

 Three-figure bearings
Area
 Conversion of units of area
 Area of sector
Surface area
 Surface area of a cube

 Volume of cube

Expressions
 Algebraic fractions
 H.C.F. of algebraic terms
 Factorization of algebraic expressions (including compound factors)

 Solutions of equation (including algebraic fractions)
Inequalities
 Solution set of linear inequalities
Sets

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