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5 Helpful Strategies To Improve Your Maths Grade

Many students and parents ask for pointers and techniques to best learn Math. Here are 5 tips which apply to any level of Math. 1. Work example problems and check your answers to gain practice with every lesson: The common phrase, “learn by example” is quite simply the easiest way to learn Math. After reading [...]

SS3 Mathematics Revision: Integration and Evaluation Simple Algebraic Functions

What is Algebraic Function? In mathematics, an algebraic function is a function that can be defined as the root of a polynomial equation. Quite often algebraic functions can be expressed using a finite number of terms, involving only the algebraic operations addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and raising to a fractional power. Examples of such functions are: Some [...]

“A mathematician has created a teaching method that’s proving there’s no such thing as a bad math student”

Math is a notoriously hard subject for many kids and adults. There is a gender gap, a race gap, and just generally bad performance in many countries. John Mighton, a Canadian playwright, author, and math tutor who struggled with math himself, has designed a teaching program that has some of the worst-performing math students performing [...]

The real Difference between Teens who perform well in Maths and those who fail it

Some students believe they are not just cut out to be Mathematical geniuses. They believe that they do not have what it takes to be able to solve those equations; because it is not in their genes. They proudly tell you “I’m just not a maths person” just as they also tell you “I do [...]

Mathematics {JSS1}: Use of Symbols – Letters for Numbers

JSS 1 Mathematics First Term Week 5 Topic: USE OF SYMBOLS 1: LETTERS FOR NUMBERS Open sentences 14 + □ = 17. What number in the box will make this true? You may have seen problems like this before. 14 + □ = 17 will be true if 3 goes in the box: 14 + [...]

Classwork Series {Mathematics – SS1}: Indices

SSS 1 FIRST TERM MATHEMATICS WEEK 6 Topic: INDICES We define the notation 22 as “two squared” or the square of two” or “two raised to the power of 2” and it means 2 x 2. i.e. 22 = 2 x 2 (i.e. 2 multiplied by itself in 2 places ) also 23 = 2 [...]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Mathematics – SS3}: Spherical Geometry

SSS 3 FIRST TERM MATHEMATICS WEEKS 5-7 Topic: SPHERICAL GEOMETRY Concept and Location of Longitude and Latitude Starting the earth as a sphere topic by explaining the concept of longitude and latitude Lines of latitude run East & West or horizontal but measure distance North & South of the Equator—vertically. The equator is labeled as zero [...]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Mathematics – JSS3}: Formulae – Substitution and Change of Subject

JSS 3 Mathematics First Term Week 6 Topic: FORMULAE: SUBSTITUTION AND CHANGE OF SUBJECT Formulae and substitution A formula is an equation with letters which stands for quantities. For example C = 2πr Is the formula which gives the circumference, c, of a circle of radius r. In science, I = V/R Is the formula [...]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Mathematics – JSS3}: Calculation Using Standard Form

JSS 3 Mathematics First Term Week 5 Topic: CALCULATION USING STANDARD FORM Standard index form Standard index form is also known as standard form. It is very useful when writing very big or very small numbers. In standard form, a number is always written as: a × 10 n a is always between 1 and 10. n tells [...]

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