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Identify a right-angled triangle and its hypotenuse.

Define the Pythagoras theorem and its converse and use proper symbols to express the
relationship.
Apply the Pythagoras theorem to find the unknown side of a right-angled triangle when the
other two sides are given.
Solve word problems involving right-angled triangles using Pythagoras theorem.

Chapter 8
Pythagoras Theorem

Chapter 10
State the formula for the volume of a pyramid and use it to solve related problems.
Volume and Surface Area of
Sketch a pyramid and draw its net and use it to find the surface area of a pyramid.
Pyramids, Cones and
State the formulae for the volume, curved surface area and the total surface area of a cone and
Spheres
use these formulae to solve related problems.
State the formulae for the volume and surface area of a sphere and use them to solve related
problems.
Solve problems involving cones, prisms, pyramids, cylinders and/or spheres.
Chapter 11
Define experiments and sample space.
Probability
of Single Events
Define the classical definition of probability of an event E occurring as
No .o f Fav o u rab leOu tco mes fo r Ev en tE
No .o f Po ssib leOu tco mes
P(E)=
Use the above results to calculate the probability of occurrence of simple events.
Define the experimental probability of the event E happening as
No. of times event E occurs
Total No. of times of performing the experiment
P(E)=
Use the above results to calculate the probability of occurrence of simple events.
State that for any event E, 0 P(E) 1.
P(E)=0 if and only if the event E cannot possibly occur.
P(E)=1 if and only if the event E will certainly occur.
Chapter 12 & 13
Collect and organise data logically and present it in the form of a table.

Illustrate a given set of information by drawing a pie chart and a bar chart (Revision).
Illustrate a given set of information by drawing (i) dot diagram, (ii) stem & leaf diagram and
to interpret these graphs.
Define the mode and find its value for a set of data.
Define the mean and median for a set of data and determine their values for a set of data.
Distinguish the different purposes for which the mean, median and mode are used.
Find the mean of a set of grouped data.
Solve more difficult problems involving mean, median and mode.
Distinguish positive and negative correlation including scatter diagram.

Derive an expression to describe the

nth term of an arithmetic sequence
Use and interpret positive indices
Multiplication, division, power laws of indices
Use the standard form A x 10n, where n is a positive whole number and 1 A < 10.
Add, subtract, multiply and divide directed numbers.
Estimate square roots and cube roots.

Statistical Diagrams,
Averages of Statistical Data
and Sequences

Understand the concepts of reflection, rotation, symmetry and enlargement in two dimensions
Transform 2D points and shapes by:
o reflection in a given line
o rotation about a given point
o translation
Transform 2D shapes by rotation, reflection and translation, and simple combinations of these
transformations.
Understand and use the language and notation associated with enlargement; enlarge 2D
shapes, given a centre of enlargement and a positive integer scale factor.
Solve for the given bearings in mathematical situations and real life contexts

Transformation & Simple

Bearings
(Checkpoint Topic)

Integers, Powers and Roots,

Standard Form
(Checkpoint Topic)

Identify hypotenuse, adjacent and opposite side

Solve trigonometric ratios such as sine, cosine and tangent
Find trigonometric ratios of given angles
Find unknown sides of right-angled triangles through the application of trigonometric ratios
Find unknown angles in right-angled tringles through the application of trigonometric ratios
Use a calculator to find angles given trigonometric ratios
Apply trigonometric ratios to find unknown angles
Apply trigonometric ratios in real world context like finding heights of buildings and
mountains, distance of the shore from a point in the sea and the distance between celestial
bodies

Note: Chapter 9 will NOT be included in the checkpoint test, but it will be in the SA 2

Chapter 9
Trigonometric Ratios