O Level – E Math

O-Level Elementary Mathematics Tuition Singapore, Maths Tutor

Secondary Tuition – Additional and Elementary Math classes are conducted by teams of awesome and patient teachers. Each lesson comprises of in-depth concept discussions and practice on various type of questions which will cover the width and depth of the topic. Important mathematical concept will be highlighted when going through the solutions of the selected questions.

Teachers will ensure that each student understand each key concept and apply correctly to the question according to the requirement of O-Level standard. All topical exercises are specially selected from past year prelim and O Level papers to cover the scope of each topic. It equips our students with the competency in handling unfamiliar or complex mathematical problems. Higher-order questions and open questions to help students focus on key concepts, deepen their understanding, make connections, and apply mathematical ideas and skills in different contexts

Useful and concise notes for each topic will be given to the students to help them to understand concepts faster without going through lecture notes. These would enable all students to prepare and revise whenever needed. Examination skills to analyse questions and smart check tactics will be taught during the lessons. This will help students understand better and build up their confidence in their exam.

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Useful concise notes and with exam questions as examples

are available on the following topics.

Please contact 98639633 or 96790479

1 .  Arithematic

2.  Indices

3.  Variation

4.  Mensuration

5.  Mensuration

6.  Coordinate Geometry

7.  Quadratic Equations

8.  Graphs and Graphical solution of Equation

9.  Kinematics

10. Congruent and Similar Triangles

11. Area and Volume of Similar Figures and Solids

12. Symmetry

13. Trigonometry

14. Bearing and Three-Dimensional Problems

15. Geometrical Properties of Angles and Circles

16. Polygons

17. Liners  Inequalities

18. Simple Constructions and Loc1

19. Satatistics

20. Cumulative Frequency Distribution

21. Vectors

22. Transformations

23. Probability

24. Number Patterns and Problem Solving.

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Arithmetic

1. Real numbers :             {1,2,3,4,5,……..}

2. Whole numbers :        {0,1,2,3,4,……..}

3. Integers :                      {……..-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3,……..}

4. Negeative integers :    {-1,-2,-3……..}

5. Postive integers :         {1,2,3,4,5,……..}

6. Even numbers :            {2,4,6,8,……..}

7. Odd numbers  :             {1,3,5,7,……..}

8. Prime numbers :          {2,3,5,7,11,13,17,……..}

Prime numbers are natural numbers that have exactly two factors, 1   and itself

9. Rational numbers :     {1/8, 1/2, 1,3,51/2,……..}

Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as a fraction, a/b where a and b are integers and b cannot be 0.

10. Irrational numbers : {root 2, root 5, pie……..}

Irrational numbers are numbers that cannot be expressed as exact fractions.

11. Perfect squares :    {1,4,9,16,25,36,……..]

12. Real numbers are made up of rational and irrational numbers.

NOTE ZERO is neither odd nor even and is neither positive nor negative.

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