In your own words, write down three learning points.

Eg. I used to think.... Now I think....

I realised......

I have to spend time to revise...

## Wednesday, 30 September 2015

## Thursday, 27 August 2015

## Tuesday, 25 August 2015

## Monday, 24 August 2015

## Tuesday, 18 August 2015

## Thursday, 23 July 2015

### Key Learning Points from Data Handling

**Answer the following questions as much as you can, in your own words.**

**1. Compare and contrast (pros and cons) the three averages.**

**2. How may statistics be distorted to influence the public? What would you do if you were a statistician?**

## Monday, 20 July 2015

### Key Points from Graphs of Linear Functions

**Answer the following in your own words.**

1. Given a function y = mx + c, explain the relationship of the function with the points on the line.

2. Given a pair of coordinates, how would you determine if the point lies on a line?

## Tuesday, 19 May 2015

## Saturday, 18 April 2015

## Thursday, 16 April 2015

## Tuesday, 31 March 2015

## Monday, 23 March 2015

## Monday, 9 March 2015

### Important Rules to Remember for Algebra

In your opinion, which are the three MOST IMPORTANT rules to remember in order to ensure your success in Algebra?

Comment below.

Comment below.

## Friday, 13 February 2015

### Mind Reader?!

### Different Faces of Algebra

The total length of 4 roads is (3x - 1) km.

What are the possible lengths of the 4 roads in kilometres?

Enter your suggested lengths in comments.

What are the possible lengths of the 4 roads in kilometres?

e.g. The length of the 4 roads are:

**x km, x km, x-7 km, 6 km**
Check:

**x + x + (x - 7) + 6 = 3x - 1**Enter your suggested lengths in comments.

### Algebra: Which is Larger? (I)

Which is larger in magnitude?

**5 + n**or

**5n**

Explain your answer clearly with examples.

Enter your response in Comments.

### Algebra: Which is Larger? (II)

Which is larger in magnitude?

**5 + n**or

**5n**

Explain your answer clearly with examples.

Enter your response in Comments.

### The Blue Elephant...

Here's another

Are you able to 'crack' the mystery behind this?

**interesting challenge**... this time, from Mr Dean Ang :)Are you able to 'crack' the mystery behind this?

## Tuesday, 3 February 2015

### Exact or Estimated?

Identify 5 numbers from the website of your choice and answer the following questions as comments.

1. URL of website

2. The 5 numbers are..... (and the units/ context) (and whether they are exact or estimated)

3. The reason why the numbers are presented the way they were

1. URL of website

2. The 5 numbers are..... (and the units/ context) (and whether they are exact or estimated)

3. The reason why the numbers are presented the way they were

## Wednesday, 28 January 2015

### Lessons Review on Number Laws

*1. It doesn't matter how you swap the numbers, the answer will always stay the same.*

2. It doesn't matter how you do the equation, either A, B or C first, the answer you get will always be the same.

3. Whenever a number is in front or behind a number, the answer will always be the same. Example : A( B + C ), 2( 10 + 4 ) = 28.

2. It doesn't matter how you do the equation, either A, B or C first, the answer you get will always be the same.

3. Whenever a number is in front or behind a number, the answer will always be the same. Example : A( B + C ), 2( 10 + 4 ) = 28.

*Sorry Mrs Sin, but I couldn't publish it on your comments. But here is my review...*

### Lesson Review on Number Laws

Answer the following questions (in your own words)

1. What is the commutative law of

(i) addition

(ii) multiplication

2. What is the associative law of

(i) addition

(ii) multiplication

3. How does the distributive law of multiplication over addition work?

1. What is the commutative law of

(i) addition

(ii) multiplication

2. What is the associative law of

(i) addition

(ii) multiplication

3. How does the distributive law of multiplication over addition work?

## Tuesday, 20 January 2015

## Tuesday, 13 January 2015

### Key Learning Points from Lesson (13 Jan)

List three key learning points from the lessons on

- divisibility tests

- Prime factorisation

- Highest Common Factor

- divisibility tests

- Prime factorisation

- Highest Common Factor

## Thursday, 8 January 2015

### Key Learning Points from Lesson 1 (8 Jan 2015)

The topic we visited was Prime Numbers.

Post as comments below, THREE KEY LEARNING POINTS from this lesson.

Post as comments below, THREE KEY LEARNING POINTS from this lesson.

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