About Course

Order of Operation – Index Notation – Algebra – Matrices – Similarity and Congruence – Kinematics-Travel Graphs – Stocks and Shares – Bearings – Symmetry – Relative and Absolute Error

What Will You Learn?

  • Know how to explain why somethings cannot be analyzed with a given type of mathematical models (e.g., why probability does absolutely nothing for us in predicting consumer behavior).
  • Learn to be financially literate.
  • Gain insight into a complicated system or phenomenon by modeling it and analyzing the model systematically.
  • develop the problem solving skills.
  • develop computational skills.
  • Develop logic, reasoning and aesthetic sense.
  • By studying the graphs you will know how to present your argument in a simple and more effective way so that every one can understand.
  • Different ways to think mathematically and accurate in problem solving skills and apply these skills to formulate and solve mathematical problems.
  • develop patience and discipline.

Course Content

ORDER OF OPERATIONS

  • Introduction to order operation
    17:49
  • Sets
  • Assignments

ALGEBRA

GEOMETRY

MATRICES

SIMILARITY AND CONGRUENCE

TRAVEL GRAPHS

EARTH GEOMETRY

STATISTICS and PROBABILITY

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Material Includes

  • Mathematics pamphlets
  • Videos
  • Exam Revision questions

Requirements

  • Understanding of concepts.
  • Mathematics requires students to be 100% active.
  • Taking time to effectively work on the problems individually.
  • Discussing with peers.
  • Doing justice when answering given practice questions.
  • Seek for help when you fail to understand some concepts or to solve certain problems.

Audience

  • Grade 10s
  • Grade 11s
  • Grade 12s

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