# Lesson 1.

(40 mins)

Subtopic - Parts of Circle

Learning Outcomes 1) Identify a circle as a set of point equidistant from a fixed point. 2) Identify parts of circle a) Centre b) Circumferenc e c) Radius d) Diameter e) Chord f) Arc g) Sector h) Segment 3)Draw the different parts of a circle 4)Determine the centre or radius of a circle by construction. 1) Estimate the value of . 2)Derive the formula of the circumference of a circle 3)Find the circumference of a circle given is diameter or radius 4)Find the diameter or radius of a circles given the circumference of the circles. 5) Solve problems

Important Mathematical terms a) Centre b) Circumference c) Radius d) Diameter e) Chord f) Arc g) Sector h) Segment i) Equidistant j) Point k) Fixed point

2. (80 mins)

- Understand and Use the Concept of Circumference to Solve Problems - Arc of a Circle

a) Ratio b) Estimate the value of c) Approximate d) Constant e) Derive f) Angle at the centre g) Length of arc

6)Derive the formula of the length of an arc 7)Find the arc length given angle at the centre and radius 8)Find the angle at the centre given the length of the arc and the radius 9)Find the radius given the arc length and angle at the centre 10) Solve problems involving arcs of a circle. 4) Find the area of the circle given its circumference 5) Find the circumference of circle given its area 6) Solve problems 3. (80 mins) .Area of a Sector of a Circle a) b) c) d) e) f) Area Radius Diameter Arc Sector Angle at the centre .Area of a Circle .involving circumference of circles. 1) Derive the formula of the area of a circle 2) Find the area of a circle given its radius or diameter 3) Find the radius or diameter given the area of the circle.

7) Derive the formula of the area of a sector 8) Find the area of the sector given the radius and angle at the centre 9) Find the angle at the centre given the radius and area of a sector 10) Find the radius given the area of at sector and the angle at centre 11) Solve problems involving area of sectors and area of circles .involving area of a circles.