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ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS

FORM 5

2013 Annual Scheme of Work

Term Topics

Learning Objectives

Students will be taught to......

Lerning Outcomes

Students will be able to ..... Points to note Weeks

FIST

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1. PROGRESSIONS

#.#$nderstand and use the

concept o% &rithmetic

Progressions

#.# Identi%' characteristics o% arithmetic progressions.

#.( )etermine whether a given se*uence is an arithmetic

progression.

#.+ )etermine b' using %ormula,

a- speci%ic terms in arithmetic progressions.

b- the number o% terms in arithmetic progressions.

#./ Find,

a- the sum o% the %irst n terms o% arithmetic progressions.

b- the sum o% a speci%ic number o% consecutive terms o%

arithmetic progressions.

c- the value of n, given the sum of the first n terms of

arithmetic progressions.

1.5 Solve problems involving arithmetic progressions.

0egin with se*uences to introduce arithmetic and

geometric progressions.

Include e1amples in algebraic %orm.

Include the use o% the %ormula

#

=

n n n

S S T

Include problems involving real2li%e situations.

(

#.($nderstand and use the

concept o% 3eometric

Progressions

(.# Identi%' characteristics o% geometric progressions.

(.( )etermine whether a given se*uence is a geometric

progression.

(.+ )etermine b' using %ormula,

a- speci%ic terms in

geometric progressions4

b- the number o% terms in

geometric progressions.

(./ Find,

a- the sum o% the %irst n terms o%

o% geometric progressions.

b- the sum o% a speci%ic number o% consecutive terms o%

geometric progressions.

c- the value o% n4 given the sum o% the %irst n terms o%

geometric progressions.

(.5 Find,

a- the sum to in%init' o% geometric progressions.

b- the %irst term or common ratio4 given the sum to

in%init' o% geometric progressions.

Include e1amples in algebraic %orm.

)iscuss,

&s n 4 r

n

6 then S

7 S

read as 8sum to

in%init'9.

Include recurring decimals. Limit to ( recurring

a

# : r

(.; Solve problems involving geometric progressions.

digits such as 6.

4 +

.

. .

5 # . 6

,

!1clude,

a- combination o% arithmetic progressions

and geometric progressions.

b- cumulative se*uences such as4 <#-4 <(4+-4

</454;-4 <=4>4?4#6-4 @

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2. LINEAR LAW

(.#$nderstand and use the

concept o% lines o% best %it

#.# )raw lines o% best %it b' inspection o% given data.

#.( Write e*uations %or lines o% best %it.

#.+ )etermine values o% variables %rom,

a- lines o% best %it

b- e*uations o% lines o% best %it.

Limit data to linear relations between two

variables. (

(.(&ppl' Linear Law to non2

linear relations

(.# educe non2linear relations to linear %orm.

(.( )etermine values o% constants o% non2linear relations given,

a- lines o% best %it

b- data.

(.+ Obtain in%ormation %rom,

a- lines o% best %it

b- e*uations o% lines o% best %it.

3. INTEGRATION

+.#$nderstand and use the

concept o% inde%inite

integral

#.# )etermine integrals b' reversing di%%erentiation.

#.( )etermine integrals o% ax

n

4 where a is a constant and n is an

integer4 n B :#.

#.+ )etermine integrals o% algebraic e1pressions.

#./ Find constants o% integration4 c4 in inde%inite integrals.

#.5 )etermine e*uations o% curves %rom %unctions o% gradients.

#.; )etermine b' substitution the integrals o% e1pressions o% the

%orm <ax C b-

n

4 where a and b are constants4 n is an integer

and n B :#.

!mphasise constant o% integration.

ydx

read as 8integration o% y with respect to

x9

Limit integration o%

4 dx u

n

where u = ax + b.

+

+.( $nderstand and use the

concept o% de%inite integral

2.1 Find de%inite integrals o% algebraic e1pressions.

(.( Find areas under curves as the limit o% a sum o% areas.

(.+ )etermine areas under curves using %ormula.

(./ Find volumes o% revolutions when region bounded b' a

curve is rotated completel' about the

a- x2a1is

b- y2a1is

as the limit o% a sum o% volumes.

(.5 )etermine volumes o% revolutions using %ormula.

Include

=

b

a

b

a

dx x f k dx x kf - < - <

=

a

b

b

a

dx x f dx x f - < - <

)erivation o% %ormulae not re*uired.

Limit to one curve.

)erivation o% %ormulae not re*uired.

Limit volumes o% revolution about the x2a1is or y2

a1is.

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Term Topics

Learning Objectives

Students will be taught to......

Lerning Outcomes

Students will be able to ..... Points to note Weeks

4. E!TORS

/.#$nderstand and use the

concept o% vector.

#.# )i%%erentiate between vector and scalar *uantities.

#.( )raw and label directed line segments to represent vectors.

#.+ )etermine the magnitude and direction o% vectors

represented b' directed line segments.

#./ )etermine whether two vectors are e*ual.

#.5 "ultipl' vectors b' scalars.

#.; )etermine whether two vectors are parallel.

$se notations,

Eector, a4 AB" a4 A#.

"agnitude,

FaF4 FABF4 Fa$4 FA#$.

Gero vector, 6

!mphasise that a Hero vector has a magnitude o%

Hero.

!mphasise negative vector,

AB 7 BA

Include negative scalar.

Include,

a- collinear points

b- non2parallel non2Hero vectors.

!mphasise,

I% a and b are not parallel and ha 7 kb4 then

h 7 k 7 6.

(

I

I

I

J

J

J J

I I

I I

/.($nderstand and use the

concept o% addition and

subtraction o% vectors

(.# )etermine the resultant vector o% two parallel vectors.

(.( )etermine the resultant vector o% two non2parallel vectors

using,

a- triangle law

b- parallelogram law.

(.+ )etermine the resultant vector o% three or more vectors using

the pol'gon law.

(./ Subtract two vectors which are,

a- parallel

b- non2parallel.

(.5 epresent vectors as a combination o% other vectors.

(.; Solve problems involving addition and subtraction o%

vectors.

!mphasise,

a : b 7 a C <b-

/.+$nderstand and use vectors

in the Kartesian plane

+.# !1press vectors in the %orm,

a- xi C yj

b-

y

x

.

+.( )etermine magnitudes o% vectors.

+.+ )etermine unit vectors in given directions.

+./ &dd two or more vectors.

+.5 Subtract two vectors.

+.; "ultipl' vectors b' scalars.

+.= Per%orm combined operations on vectors.

+.> Solve problems involving vectors.

elate unit vector i and j to Kartesian coordinates.

!mphasise,

vector

I

i

7

6

#

and

vector

I

j

7

#

6

For learning outcomes +.( to +.=4 all vectors are

given in the %orm

xi C yj or

y

x

.

Limit combined operations to addition4

subtraction and multiplication o% vectors b'

scalars.

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%. TRIGONO&ETRI!

'(N!TIONS

5.#$nderstand and use the

concept o% positive and

negative angles measured

in degrees and radians

# epresent in a Kartesian plane4 angles greater than +;6

o

or (

radians %or,

a- positive angles

b- negative angles.

(

5.($nderstand and use the si1

trigonometric %unctions o%

an' angle

(.# )e%ine sine4 cosine and tangent o% an' angle in a Kartesian

plane.

(.( )e%ine cotangent4 secant and cosecant o% an' angle in a

$se unit circle to determine the sign o%

trigonometric ratios.

!mphasise,

I

I I

I

I

I

I

I

I I

Kartesian plane.

(.+ Find values o% the si1 trigonometric %unctions o% an' angle.

(./ Solve trigonometric e*uations.

sin 7 cos <?6

o

: -

cos 7 sin <?6

o

: -

tan 7 cot <?6

o

: -

cosec 7 sec <?6

o

: -

sec 7 cosec <?6

o

: -

cot 7 tan <?6

o

: -

!mphasise the use o% triangles to %ind

trigonometric ratios %or special angles +6

o

4 /5

o

and

;6

o

.

5.+ $nderstand and use

)ra*h+ of +,ne" co+,ne and

tangent %unctions

+.# )raw and sketch graphs o% trigonometric %unctions,

a- y 7 c + a sin bx4

b- y 7 c + a cos bx4

c- y 7 c + a tan bx

where a4 b and c are constants and b L 6.

+.( )etermine the number o% solutions to a trigonometric

e*uation using sketched graphs.

+.+ Solve trigonometric e*uations using drawn graphs.

$se angles in

a- degrees

b- radians4 in terms o% .

!mphasise the characteristics o% sine4 cosine and

tangent graphs.

Include trigonometric %unctions involving

modulus.

!1clude combinations o% trigonometric %unctions.

5./$nderstand and use basic

identities

/.# Prove basic identities,

a- sin

(

A C cos

(

A 7 #

b- # C tan

(

A 7 sec

(

A

c- # C cot

(

A 7 cosec

(

A

/.( Prove trigonometric identities using basic identities.

/.+ Solve trigonometric e*uations using basic identities.

0asic identities are also known as P'thagorean

identities.

Include learning outcomes (.# and (.(.

5.5$nderstand and use

addition %ormulae and

double2angle %ormulae

Prove trigonometric identities using addition %ormulae %or sin

<A B-4 cos <A B- and tan <A B-.

5.( )erive double2angle %ormulae %or sin (A4 cos (A and tan

(A.

5.+ Prove trigonometric identities using addition %ormulae andMor

double2angle %ormulae.

5./ Solve trigonometric e*uations.

)erivation o% addition %ormulae not re*uired.

)iscuss hal%2angle %ormulae.

!1clude

A cosx C b sinx 7 c4 where c 6.

-. PER&(TATION AN.

!O&#INATIONS

;.# $nderstand and use the

concept o% permutation

#.# )etermine the total number o% wa's to per%orm successive

events using multiplication rule.

#.( )etermine the number o% permutations o% n di%%erent objects.

#.+ )etermine the number o% permutations o% n di%%erent objects

taken r at a time.

#./ )etermine the number o% permutations o% n di%%erent objects

%or given conditions.

#.5 )etermine the number o% permutations o% n di%%erent objects

taken r at a time %or given conditions.

For this topic,

a- Introduce the concept b'

using numerical e1amples.

b- Kalculators should onl' be used a%ter students

have understood the concept.

Limit to + events.

!1clude cases involving identical objects.

!1plain the concept o% permutations b' listing all

possible arrangements.

Include notations,

a- nN 7

n<n : #-<n : (-@<+-.<(-.<#-

b- 6N 7 #

nN read as 8n %actorial9.

!1clude cases involving arrangement o% objects in

a circle.

(

;.( $nderstand and use the

concept o% combination

(.# )etermine the number o% combinations o% r objects chosen

%rom n di%%erent objects.

(.( )etermine the number o% combinations r objects chosen

%rom n di%%erent objects %or given conditions.

!1plain the concept o% combinations b' listing all

possible selections.

$se e1amples to illustrate

N r

P

C

r

n

r

n

=

/. PRO#A#ILIT0

=.#$nderstand and use the

concept o% probabilit'.

#.# )escribe the sample space o% an e1periment.

#.( )etermine the number o% outcomes o% an event.

#.+ )etermine the probabilit' o% an event.

#./ )etermine the probabilit' o% two events,

a- A or B occurring

b- A and B occurring.

$se set notations.

)iscuss,

a- classical probabilit' <theoretical probabilit'-

b- subjective probabilit'

c- relative %re*uenc' probabilit' <e1perimental

probabilit'-.

!mphasise,

Onl' classical probabilit' is used to solve

problems.

!mphasise,

P(AB) P(A)!P(B) " P(AB)

using #enn $iagram

#

=.($nderstand and use the

concept o% probabilit' o%

mutuall' e1clusive events

# )etermine whether two events are mutuall' e1clusive.

(.( )etermine the probabilit' o% two or more events that are

%nclu$e events that are mutuall& e'clusive an$

e'haustive.

(imit to three mutuall& e'clusive events.

mutuall' e1clusive.

=.+$nderstand and use the

concept o% probabilit' o%

independent events

)etermine whether two events are independent.

+.( )etermine the probabilit' o% two independent events.

+.+ )etermine the probabilit' o% three independent events.

Include tree diagrams.

2012 MID YEAR

EXAMINATIONS

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Lerning Outcomes

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5. PRO#A#ILIT0

.ISTRI#(TIONS

>.# $nderstand and use the

concept o% binomial

distribution

#.# List all possible values o% a discrete random variable.

#.( )etermine the probabilit' o% an event in a binomial

distribution.

#.+ Plot binomial distribution graphs.

#./ )etermine mean4 variance and standard deviation o% a

binomial distribution.

#.5 Solve problems involving binomial distributions.

Include the characteristics o% 0ernoulli trials.

For learning outcomes #.( and #./4 derivation o%

%ormulae not re*uired. (

>.( $nderstand and use the

concept o% normal distribution

(.# )escribe continuous random variables using set notations.

(.( Find probabilit' o% z2values %or standard normal

distribution.

(.+ Konvert random variable o% normal distributions4 X, to

standardised variable4 Z.

(./ epresent probabilit' o% an event using set notation.

)iscuss characteristics o%,

a- normal distribution graphs

b- standard normal distribution graphs.

Z is called standardised variable.

Integration o% normal distribution %unction to

determine probabilit' is not re*uired.

(.5 )etermine probabilit' o% an event.

(.; Solve problems involving normal distributions.

6. &OTION ALONG A

STRAIG2T LINE

?.# $nderstand and use the

concept o% displacement

#.# Identi%' direction o% displacement o% a particle %rom a %i1ed

point.

#.( )etermine displacement o% a particle %rom a %i1ed point.

1.) )etermine the total distance travelled b' a particle over a

time interval using graphical method.

!mphasise the use o% the %ollowing s'mbols,

s 7 displacement

v 7 velocit'

a 7 acceleration

t 7 time

where s4 v and a are %unctions o% time.

!mphasise the di%%erence between displacement

and distance.

)iscuss positive4 negative and Hero displacements.

Include the use o% number line.

(

?.( $nderstand and use the

concept o% velocit'

(.# )etermine velocit' %unction o% a particle b' di%%erentiation.

(.( )etermine instantaneous velocit' o% a particle.

(.+ )etermine displacement o% a particle %rom velocit' %unction

b' integration.

!mphasise velocit' as the rate o% change o%

displacement.

Include graphs o% velocit' %unctions.

)iscuss,

a- uni%orm velocit'

b- Hero instantaneous velocit'

c) positive velocit&

$) negative velocit&.

?.+ $nderstand and use the

concept o% acceleration

+.# )etermine acceleration %unction o% a particle b'

di%%erentiation.

+.( )etermine instantaneous acceleration o% a particle.

+.+ )etermine instantaneous velocit' o% a particle %rom

acceleration %unction b' integration.

+./ )etermine displacement o% a particle %rom acceleration

%unction b' integration.

Solve problems involving

!mphasise acceleration as the rate o% change o%

velocit'.

)iscuss,

a- uni%orm acceleration

b- Hero acceleration

c- positive acceleration

d- negative acceleration.

10. LINEAR PROGRA&&ING

#6.# $nderstand and use the

concept o% graphs o% linear

ine*ualities

#.# Identi%' and shade the region on the graph that satis%ies a

linear ine*ualit'.

#.( Find the linear ine*ualit' that de%ines a shaded region.

#.+ Shade region on the graph that satis%ies several linear

ine*ualities.

#./ Find linear ine*ualities that de%ine a shaded region.

!mphasise the use o% solid lines and dashed lines.

Limit to regions de%ined b' a ma1imum o% +

linear ine*ualities <not including the x2a1is and y2

a1is-.

(

#6. ( $nderstand and use the

concept linear programming

(.# Solve problems related to linear programming b',

a- writing linear ine*ualities and e*uations describing a

situation.

b- shading the region o% %easible solutions.

c- determining and drawing the objective %unction ax C

by 7 k where a4 b and k are onstants.

d- determining graphicall' the optimum value o% the

objective %unction.

Optimum values re%er to ma1imum or minimum

values.

%nclu$e the use of vertices to fin$ the

optimum value.

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