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    S3 – Practice exam questions focusing on solutions of quadratic equations and solving problem leading to quadratic equations and solving l near inequalities

    S4 – Revising Statistics – Standard Deviation,Cumulative Frequency and Box and Whisker plots and practice paper 1.

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    S3 – Practice exam questions focusing Graphs of liner functions, quadratic functions, cubic functions, reciprocal functions and exponential functions.

    S4 – Revising Probability of single events and simple combined events. – and practice 2012 O Level Paper 1.

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    S3 – Practice exam questions focusing Numbers

    S4 – Revising Numbers and practice 2012 O Level Paper 2.

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    S3 – Practice exam questions focusing arithmetical problem

    S4 – Revising arithmetical problem and practice 2011 O Level Papers

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    S3 – Practice exam questions

    S4 – Revising Algebra and practice 2010 O Level Papers

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    S3 – Revising Mensuration and practice exam questions

    S4 – Revising Graphs and practice 2009 O Level Papers

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    S3 – Teaching Coordinate Geometry Part 1 and practice exam questions

    S4 – Revising Statistics practice 2008 O Level Papers

    One.Tuition Place wishing all the Best to the students taking Elementary Mathematics on 22/10 and 23/10.

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    2014 Secondary 4 Preparatory Course

    11-Nov Mon 1pm to 2.30pm 1.5 hrs Algebra 1

    12-Nov Tue 1pm to 2.30pm 1.5 hrs Algebra 2

    13-Nov Wed 1pm to 2.30pm 1.5 hrs Equations and Inequalities 1

    14-Nov Thu 1pm to 2.30pm 1.5 hrs Equations and Inequalities 2

    15-Nov Fri 1pm to 2.30pm 1.5 hrs Functions and Graphs 1

    18-Nov Mon 1pm to 2.30pm 1.5 hrs Functions and Graphs 2

    19-Nov Tue 1pm to 2.30pm 1.5 hrs Congruent and Similar Triangles 1

    20-Nov Wed 1pm to 2.30pm 1.5 hrs Congruent and Similar Triangles 2

    21-Nov Thu 1pm to 2.30pm 1.5 hrs Mensuration 1

    22-Nov Fri 1pm to 2.30pm 1.5 hrs Mensuration 2

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    Power Revision

    Elementary Mathematics – 2 hrs Each Lesson

    1. Trigonometrical Ratio & Further Trigonometry – 2 lessons
    2. Congruent & Similar Triangles – 1 lessons
    3. Graphs & Graphical Solution of Equations – 2 lessons
    3. Geometrical Properties of Circles – 2 lessons
    4. Coordinate Geometry – 1 lesson
    5. Set Language & Notation – 1 lesson
    6. Matrices – 1 lesson
    7. Mensuration – 1 lesson
    8. Vectors – 2 lessons
    9. Probability – 1 lesson
    10. Statistics I & II – 2 lessons
    11. Arithmetic – 2 lessons

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    2014 S3 – Teaching Number System & Factors and Multiples

    2014 S4 – Teaching Congruence and Similarity

    Congruence
    – SSS
    – AAS
    – SAS
    – RHS

    Similarity
    – Equal corresponding angles
    – Proportional corresponding sides
    – 2 pairs of proportional sides with equal included angle
    – Ratio of areas and volumes

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    Law of Arthmetic

    1. Commutative law
    a + b = b + a
    ab = ba

    2. Associative Law
    a + (b+c) = (a+b) + c
    a(bc) = (ab)c

    3. Distribution Law
    a(b+c) = ab + ac
    a(b-c) = ab -bc

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    Reciprocal

    1. The reciprocal of a number n is 1/n

    Example: The reciprocal of 2 is 1/2

    2. The reciprocal of a fraction a/b is b/a

    Example: The reciprocal of 2/3 is 3/2

    3. The product of an number and its reciprocal is 1

    Example: 2 x 1/2 = 1

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    Factors and Multiples

    1. Multiples
    Multiples of a number can be divided exactly by that number with no reminder.
    Example:
    Multiples of 3: 3,6,9,12,15……..
    Multiples of 8: 8,16,24,32……..

    2. Factors
    Factors of a number are whole numbers that divide into the number exactly.
    Example: Factors of 12 are 1,2,3,4,6,and 12

    3. Common Factors
    The common factors of two numbers are the factors that the numbers have in common.
    Example:
    Factors of 12: 1,2,3,4,6,12
    Factors of 15: 1,3,5,15
    Therefore common factors of 12 and 15 are 1 and 3

    4. Prime Factorisation
    The process of expressing a composite number as the product of prime factors is called prime factorisation.
    Example
    30 = 2x3x5
    2,3, and 5 are the prime factors of 30

    5. Highest Common Factor (H.C.F.)
    The largest of the common factors is called the highest common factor.

    6. Lowest Common Factor (L.C.M)
    The smallest of the common multiples is called the lowest common multiple

    Example
    18 = 2x3x3 = 2×3^2
    60 = 2x2x3x5 = 2^2x3x5

    H.C.F. = 2×3 = 6
    L.C.M. = 2^2 x 3^2 x 5 = 180

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    Rules for multiplying and dividing positive and negative numbers

    (+)(+)= (+)
    (+)/(+) = (+)

    (-)(-) = (-)
    (-)/(-) = (-)

    (+)(-) = (-)
    (+)/(-) = (-)

    (-)(+) = (-)
    (-)/(+) = (-)

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    Fraction

    1. Proper fractions
    The numerator is smaller than the denominator
    Example 3/4 and 6/7

    2. Improper fractions
    The numerator is larger than the denominator
    Example 5/4 and 9/7

    3. Mixed Numbers
    Numbers contains a whole number and a fractional part
    Example 1 and 1/2

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