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2 Contents Pages Number and Applications 3-4 Algebra 5-6 Shape Space and Measurement 7-8 Data Handling 9 (Mathematics Syllabus Form 3 Track 3 for Secondary Schools June 2013) Page 2 of 9

3 Form III Track 3: Number and Applications (i) 1 NA1 i. Work out the percentage increase/decrease using a multiplying 2 Core factor. NA1 ii. Carry out reverse percentage calculations. E.g. to find the cost price given the selling price NA1 iii. Solve problems involving percentages. and the percentage profit. E.g. profit and loss, discount, tax, and percentage error. 1 NA2 i. Use percentages to calculate the simple interest on a sum of money. 8 Core E.g. for one year without using the formula. NA2 ii. Extend the notion of calculating the simple interest for a period longer or shorter than one year. E.g. using half yearly fractions or multiples thereof E.g. 18 months. NA2 iii. Use the formula, or a variation of it, to find the simple interest, the E.g. PTR principal sum, the rate, the time or the amount. I, A = P + I. 100 NA2 iv. Use a calculator and/or a spreadsheet to investigate the effect of changing the principal, rate or time on simple interest. 8 NA3 i. Divide quantities in a given ratio. 74 Core NA3 ii. Find missing quantities in a given ratio. NA3 iii. Understand and use the elementary ideas of direct and inverse proportion. Include calculating an unknown quantity from quantities that vary in direct or inverse proportion using the unitary method. NA3 iv. Use direct and inverse proportion to calculate speed/average speed/ Refer to Formula One C1, pages 8, NN4 NN4 distance/time. i. Add and subtract fractions/mixed numbers. ii. Multiply and divide fractions/mixed numbers. 94 Core Students learn: the meaning of these terms: common denominator, equivalent, reciprocal, and cancelling. 132 Core 14 NN5 i. Understand that a negative power will give the reciprocal of the number. NN5 n ii. Understand and use a for multiplication and division where a is a Understand that any number raised to the power NN5 positive number and n is an integer. of zero equals one. iii. Write ordinary numbers in standard form and vice versa. Learn to use the EXP key on the calculator. 16 NN6 i. Round numbers to a given number of significant figures. 146 Students learn to use the calculator appropriately and efficiently while at the same time employ suitable procedures to check the result displayed on the calculator. Exclude the notion that a measurement to a given degree of accuracy is in fact a range of values. NN6 NN6 ii. Choose reasonable approximations. iii. Carry out rough estimates to check accuracy. (Mathematics Syllabus Form 3 Track 3 for Secondary Schools June 2013) Page 3 of 9

4 Form III - Track 3: Number and Applications (ii) 17 NN7 i. Be able to identify planes of symmetry. 156 Coe Students are expected to be able to draw the net of solids having one or more planes of symmetry. 20 NN8 i. Use the number line to illustrate simple cases of inequalities. 176 Core E.g x 6, x < 5, 5 < x 1 25 NA9 i. Use scales and weights in investigations. 219 Core NA9 ii. Use polygons to create tessellations and polygon rings. (Mathematics Syllabus Form 3 Track 3 for Secondary Schools June 2013) Page 4 of 9

5 Form III - Track 3: Algebra(i) 2 AL1 i. Factorise fully expressions by taking out the highest common factor. 12 Core AL1 ii. Use and interpret positive integral indices and zero; use the index laws in simple instances. AL1 iii. Multiply a bracket by a single term. AL1 iv. Expand two brackets of the form (x ± a)(x ± b) and (x ± a) 2. Ext AL1 v. Simplify and/or factorise more complicated non-linear expressions. E.g. 5a 2 + 3a + 2a + 7a 2 9ef 6 4e 2 f 4 AL2 i. Solve linear equations in one unknown. 34 Core Include the use of brackets and simple fractions with numerical denominators. AL2 ii. Solve problems by forming linear equations in one unknown. AL2 iii. Introduce the use of trial and improvement method to solve equations correct Ext to 1 d.p. E.g 2 x x c 2 15x y 5xy x x c 6 AL3 i. Generate terms of a sequence, given the formula, for the n th term and the value of n. 56 Core AL3 ii. Use algebraic expressions to describe the n th term of a linear sequence. In the form ±an ± b. AL3 iii. Generate number patterns on a spreadsheet. Students are given the opportunity to use a spreadsheet to generate sequences of numbers that they can describe both verbally and algebraically. AL3 iv. Recognise spatial patterns associated with square, rectangular and triangular numbers. 9 AL4 i. Solve two simultaneous equations graphically. 82 Core AL4 ii. Solve two linear equations simultaneously. AL4 iii. Solve problems leading to the solution of simultaneous linear equations. 10 AL5 i. Simplify algebraic fractions by taking out the common factors and cancelling. 92 (Mathematics Syllabus Form 3 Track 3 for Secondary Schools June 2013) Page 5 of 9

6 Form III Track 3: Algebra (ii) 11 AL6 i. Generate and plot coordinate pairs that satisfy a linear rule. 98 Core Students are given opportunities to use a spreadsheet and/or a CAS to explore algebraic relationships graphically. For example, by graphically representing the relationship of the form y = mx + c, students appreciate that by changing the values of m and /or c, the gradient and / or y-intercept of the line is changed accordingly. AL6 ii. Understand, interpret and calculate the gradient of a line from the coordinates of two points on the line. Obtain the equation of a straight-line from a given linear graph. AL6 iii. Understand how the gradient and the y-intercept are connected to y = mx + c. Obtain the gradient and y-intercept of a straight-line from its equation and vice versa. AL6 iv. Draw quadratic graphs and identify maxima/minima. AL6 v. Use quadratic graphs to solve equations of the form f(x) = c. 15 AL7 i. Evaluate practical formulae by substituting variables with numbers. 140 Core Students are encouraged to interpret the results. AL7 ii. Change the subject of the formula involving more than one operation. Exclude formulae where the power of the required subject, in the given formula, is not one. E.g. Exclude: Make r the subject of the formula in v = π r 2 h. 18 AL8 i. Draw and interpret linear and non-linear graphs arising from real-life situations. 162 Core E.g. distance-time and velocity-time graphs; conversion graphs of height against age. Exclude the interpretation of the gradient. (Mathematics Syllabus Form 3 Track 3 for Secondary Schools June 2013) Page 6 of 9

7 Form III - Track 3: Shape, Space and Measurement (i) 5 GG1 i. Solve problems involving the angles of triangle and quadrilaterals. 44 Core GG1 ii. Derive the sum of the exterior/interior angles of a polygon. Use a formula such as [2n 4] right GG1 iii. Draw the inscribed regular hexagon in a given circle using ruler and compasses only. angles or (n 2) 180. LOGO provides an ideal environment for students to experience angle as a iv. Inscribe a regular polygon in a circle with given radius for integral values of GG1 measure of turn, in both clockwise and 360. anti-clockwise direction. Besides, n turtle geometry gives students an GG1 v. Solve problems involving angles of polygons. opportunity to manipulate angles of GG1 vi. Understand the rule of Pythagoras through drawing and measurement. different sizes. GG1 vii. Use Pythagoras rule to find the side of a right-angled triangle given the other Dynamic Geometry Software can help GG1 two sides. students discover the properties of viii. Understand and use Pythagorean triples and the converse of Pythagoras rule. vertically opposite angles, angles at a GG1 ix. Use Pythagoras rule to solve practical problems. point and angles on a straight line. 7 GM2 i. Understand the notion of as a ratio of circumference to diameter. 66 Core GM2 ii. Deduce and use the formulae C = d and C = 2 r. GM2 iii. Deduce and use the formula for the area of a circle A = r 2 by dividing it into sectors. GM2 iv. Find the length of arc and area of sector as fractions of a circle. GM2 v. Find the area of composite shapes by dividing them into simple shapes including circles. 12 GG3 i. Use three-figure bearings to describe direction. GG3 ii Use three-figure bearings to describe the position of one point from another. GG3 iii. Use scale drawings to solve problems involving angles of elevation and depression. iv. Use scale drawings to solve problems involving bearings. 110 Core By drawing simple shapes such as squares, rectangles and triangles using simple LOGO commands such as FD, BK, RT, LT and REPEAT, students are given the opportunity to reflect upon the properties of these shapes. Build a parallelogram and use: Area = base perpendicular height for the parallelogram thus obtained. Restrict to problems in a plane. Restrict to problems in a plane. 17 GM4 GM4 i. Use the formula of the volume of a cylinder to find the volume. ii. Derive and use the formulae of the surface area of a cylinder. 158 Core Curved Surface Area = 2πrh Total Surface Area = 2πrh + 2πr 2 (Mathematics Syllabus Form 3 Track 3 for Secondary Schools June 2013) Page 7 of 9

8 Form III - Track 3: Shape, Space and Measurement (ii) 22 GG5 i. Understand sine, cosine and tangent as the ratio between pairs of sides of a rightangled 192 Core triangle. GG5 ii. Use trigonometric ratios to find the length of a side given a side and an angle; use trigonometric ratios to find an angle given two sides. GG5 iii. Use trigonometric ratios to solve practical problems. Problems to include isosceles triangles, bearings and angles of elevation/depression. 24 GG6 i. Learn the meaning of proof by exhaustion and counter example. 206 Core Apply mathematical reasoning in simple proofs. GG6 ii. Learn to present an argument logically. Use simple cases of a syllogism in the form: if a = b and b = c then a = c or if a = b and a = c then b = c. GG6 iii. Prove geometrical results. Use simple cases of angles between parallel lines and in a triangle in geometric proofs. GG6 iv. Understand a proof of Pythagoras Theorem. GG6 v. Prove the following circle theorems: the angle at the centre is twice the angle at the circumference; angles in the same segment are equal; the angle in a semicircle = 90. Ext Learn to apply these theorems in simple numerical cases. (Mathematics Syllabus Form 3 Track 3 for Secondary Schools June 2013) Page 8 of 9

9 Form III - Track 3: Data Handling 3 DH1 i. Interpret bar charts and pie charts. 22 Core DH1 ii. Draw bar charts with equal intervals from frequency tables. Include un/grouped discrete and continuous data. Examples for class intervals: 10 19, 20 29, 0 t < 5, 5 t < 10, 13 DH2 i. Understand, compute and interpret the mean, median, mode and range of a set of ungrouped data from a frequency table. 21 DH3 DH3 DH3 DH3 i. Understand and work out the probability of an event. ii. Understand that the probabilities of all mutually exclusive outcomes add up to 1. iii. Compile and use a possibility space. iv. Work out the probability from a frequency table. 118 Core Use the same exercises given for finding the mean to find the median, mode and range from a frequency table. 184 Core (Mathematics Syllabus Form 3 Track 3 for Secondary Schools June 2013) Page 9 of 9

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