Dear Senior 2s,

Work out the following two questions.

* Since tomorrow is your test, this is Homework for Monday!*

If you have any questions on the test feel free to ask by commenting on this post.

Dear Senior 2s,

Work out the following two questions.

* Since tomorrow is your test, this is Homework for Monday!*

If you have any questions on the test feel free to ask by commenting on this post.

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Dear Senior 3s,

This week you will be needing your ruler, compass and protractor from last year for the coming lessons as we will be doing some scale drawings. As soon as you see this post, please put them in your pencil case ðŸ™‚

If you don’t have them, obviously tomorrow we do not have a lesson and probably we won’t be having our lessons on Tuesday due to the Multi-marathon Day….so you have some time to find/buy them.

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**This is the Study List for the Maths Test on Thursday 16th November**

**Topic 1: Continuous Data**

- To be able to
**distinguish**between**discrete and continuous data** - To be able to fill in a
**frequency table for continuous data** - To be able to draw a
**simple histogram (bar chart for cts data)**Â from a frequency table - To be able to draw a
**frequency polygon**from a histogram or frequency table

**Topic 2: Probability**

- To be able to
**draw a possibility space diagram**to show all of the combined possibilities of two events happening together - To be able to
**find probabilities**from a possibility space diagram - To be able to distinguish between
**mutually exclusive, dependent and independent events** - To be able to
**draw a probability tree diagram**to show all of the combined possibilities of two independent events - To be able to
**find probabilities**from a probability tree diagram

Revision Sheet:Â Revision HW Worksheet Probability

**Topic 3: Percentages**

- To be able to answer Percentage Increase/Decrease Situations
- To be able to
**find the new value**given the original value and percentage - To be able to
**find the original value**given the new value and percentage - To be able to
**find the percentage**given the new value and original value

- To be able to
- To be able to find the
**simple interest**(formula gives S.I.)- or final amount (A = S.I. + P)

- To be able to find the
**compound interest**Â (C.I. = A – P)- or final amount (formula gives final amount (A) )

- To be able to find the
**rate/time/principal**given the other values

*How to study?*

*Go over all of the PowerPoints posted on the blog each week to remember exactly what we did in class. Work any examples on the slides to assess yourself**Go over the Maths notes given.**Go over the Classwork/Homework given**Use the book for additional explanations & examples to work out**Find resources/games online*

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**This is the Study List for the Maths Test on Thursday 16th November**

**Topic 1: Whole Numbers**

- To be able to
**write numbers in words**and vice versa (numbers in words in digits) - To be able to identify the
**place value**of a given digit (units, tens, hundreds…) - To be able to
**add and subtract**whole numbers - To be able to work out the value of an expression including
**both addition and subtraction**(always start with the 1st number then add/subtract in the possible order) - To be able to
**round a number to the nearest 10,100 or 1000** - To be able to be quick in using the
**multiplication tables**up to 12 times table - To be able to
**multiply by 10,100,1000**and multiples of (ex. 25 x 300 = 25 x 3 x 100) - To be able to
**divide by 10,100,1000**and multiples of - To be able to work out
**short and long multiplication** - To be able to work out
**short and long division** - To be able to
**use BIDMAS**to work out an expression in the correct order

**Topic 2: Collecting and Displaying Data**

- To be able to organize data in a
**frequency table or tally chart** - To be able to
**draw a bar chart**from a frequency table - To be able to
**answer questions about a bar chart**

**Topic 3: Number and Patterns (will start on Monday – only first 2 objectives for test)**

- To be able to list all the
**factors**of a number - To be able to list some
**multiples**of a number

**How to study?**

*Go over all of the PowerPoints posted on the blog each week to remember exactly what we did in class. Work any examples on the slides to assess yourself**Go over the Maths notes given.**Go over the Classwork/Homework given**Use the book for additional explanations & examples to work out**Find resources/games onlineÂ*

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**This is the Study List for the Maths Test on Friday 10th November**

**Topic 1: Angles in Parallel Lines**

- To be able to identify parallel lines & transversal
- To be able to find the value of missing angles in parallel lines
**Corresponding**Angles are Equal (F)**Alternate**Angles are Equal (Z or N)**Interior**Angles add up to 180 (U or C)

- The above angles in parallel lines facts may be combined with angle facts that we covered last year:
- Vertically Opposite Angles are Equal (X)
- Angles on a Straight Line add up to 180
- Angles around/at a point add up to 360
- Angles in a Triangle add up to 180
- Angles in a Quadrilateral add up to 360

Here is the revision worksheet to re-work (notice that when it was given, I marked the angles, I suggest you do this before you re-work as it will help identify the shapes better):Â Â Mark Angles before giving – Angles in Parallel Lines REV WS

**Topic 2: Directed Numbers**

- To be able to understand the use of directed numbers in every day life (ex. Temperature)
- To be able to
**add and subtract directed numbers**using the number line or money reasoning method (signs NOT together) - To be able to add and subtract directed numbers when the
**signs are together**(touching signs become one sign!) - To be able to
**multiply and divide**directed numbers

Revision Worksheet:Â Revision Sheet Negative Numbers

**Topic 3: Expressions & Equations**

- To be able to
**write an expression**from a worded situation (*ex. There are 10 cars in a car park then c more arrive or Multiply a number by 3 then subtract 2*) - To be able to
**simplify an expression by collecting like terms** - To be able to
**substitute numbers instead of letters**into an expression - To be able to
**solve an equation**(*find the value of the unknown*)- Type 1: y + 2 = 5 or y – 2 = 5
- Type 2: 3y = 24
- Type 3: 4y + 1 = 9

Collecting Like Terms Worksheets:Â Collecting Like Terms WSÂ ,Â Collecting Like Terms WS 2

**How to study?**

*Go over all of the PowerPoints posted on the blog each week to remember exactly what we did in class. Work any examples on the slides to assess yourself**Go over the Maths notes given. (posted some blog posts ago aswell)**Go over the Classwork/Homework given**Use the book for additional explanations & examples to work out**Find resources/games online*

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Good morning Senior 3s,

During this very short week, we have covered the following learning objectives:

- To be able to find the rate/time/principal using the interest formulaeÂ Find RateTimeIntialInvestment
- To be able to recall last year’s ratio objectives

Remember to get the Percentages Revision Worksheet & Ratio Self Assessment Worksheet with you at our next lesson on Tuesday 7th NovemberÂ ðŸ˜‰

Happy HolidaysÂ ðŸ™‚

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