1) The line graph is the inappropriate one.

2)The line graph is supposed to show the change in the numbers and it is not appropriate to use it for weather.

3)The other three graphs perfectly depicts the weather.

### Maths Support Programme

Dear S1-02

Maths Support Programme will resume from Term 2 Week 2.

It will take place on

- Mondays: 1, 8, 22 April 2013.
- Time: 2 pm to 2.45 pm
- Venue: S1-02 classroom

### Maths Extension Session Resumes from T2W2

Dear S1-02

We are going to resume the 30-min extension session (after curriculum) from Term 2 Week 2 onwards:

We are going to resume the 30-min extension session (after curriculum) from Term 2 Week 2 onwards:

- Dates: 3, 10, 17, 24 April 2013 (Wednesday) [Term 2 Week 2 to Week 5]
- Time: 1.40 pm to 2.15 pm

We shall take a break during the Common Test week.

Depending on our progress, we shall decide the need for the session after the test week.

Please have a heavier meal during the recess on Wednesday.

### Data Handling: Choice of Graphs by Joel Tan

Can you identify the one that is not appropriate?

Answer: Yes, It is the line graph

Why do you think it's not appropriate?

Answer: A line graph is only for 2 variable, 1 at the y axis and 1 at the x axis. Many variables in the x axis can get people confused.

What makes you think the 3 remaining graphs are appropriate?

Answer: Other x axis can have 1 or more variable.

### Data Handling (Pasan Hettige)

1)The line graph shown is inappropriate.

2)It is used to show a change in a period of time

3)The other three ar correct

2)It is used to show a change in a period of time

3)The other three ar correct

### Data Handling: Choice of Graphs by Javier Ng

1) Can you identify the one that is not appropriate?

The line graph on the left/shown is not appropriate.

2) Why do you think it's not appropriate?

A line graph is to show something changing over a period of time but the information given is at that time and not over a period of time.

3) What makes you think the 3 remaining graphs are appropriate?

The 3 remaining graphs show the information at that time and not over a period of time.

### Data Handling ( Ryan Hong )

The line graph shown is inappropriate.

It is only used to show the change in the period of time.

The three other graphs shown were correct in showing the information.

### Data Handling: Choice of Graphs by Yue Sheng

1)The line graph is the inappropriate one.

2)Line graph are meant for observing changes,and not suited for weather as it is impossible to connect the weather with a line graph.

3)The other graphs show how much of the world is experiencing their specific kind of weather which is appropriate in this context.

2)Line graph are meant for observing changes,and not suited for weather as it is impossible to connect the weather with a line graph.

3)The other graphs show how much of the world is experiencing their specific kind of weather which is appropriate in this context.

### Data Handling: Choice of Graphs by Mahidhar Reddy

1) The line graph is the inappropriate one.

2)The line graph is supposed to show the change in the numbers and it is not appropriate to use it for weather.

3)The other three graphs perfectly depicts the weather.

2)The line graph is supposed to show the change in the numbers and it is not appropriate to use it for weather.

3)The other three graphs perfectly depicts the weather.

### Choice of graphs:Darryl Chan

Can you identify the one that is not appropriate?

The line graph is incorrect

Why do you think it's not appropriate? Line graph is only used when it is over time the graph would be appropriate if it was the bar graph

What makes you think the 3 remaining graphs are appropriate?

The three remaining graph are correct because it shows how many countries are having such weather

The line graph is incorrect

Why do you think it's not appropriate? Line graph is only used when it is over time the graph would be appropriate if it was the bar graph

What makes you think the 3 remaining graphs are appropriate?

The three remaining graph are correct because it shows how many countries are having such weather

### Data Handling: Choice of Graphs by Wynn

Question: Can you identify the one that is not appropriate?

Answer: The line graph is not correct.

Question: Why do you think it's not appropriate?

Answer: A line graph is to show a change over a period of time.

Question: What makes you think the 3 remaining graphs are appropriate?

Answer: It is used too represent a change.

Answer: The line graph is not correct.

Question: Why do you think it's not appropriate?

Answer: A line graph is to show a change over a period of time.

Question: What makes you think the 3 remaining graphs are appropriate?

Answer: It is used too represent a change.

### Data Handling: Choice of Graphs by Xavier Toh

1) The line graph is inappropriate.

2) Line graphs are used to know the amount of change of something instead of how much there is of something.

3)The three other graphs show the same number of symbols like the sun as depicted on the weather map. For example, the weathers are all sunny, so the pie chart is filled with yellow, the colour representing the sun.

2) Line graphs are used to know the amount of change of something instead of how much there is of something.

3)The three other graphs show the same number of symbols like the sun as depicted on the weather map. For example, the weathers are all sunny, so the pie chart is filled with yellow, the colour representing the sun.

### Data Handling: Choice of Graphs by Maximilian Oh

1) The inappropriate one is the line graph

2) Line graphs are used to see the change in numbers of something and not how much there is of the weather.

3)The three other graphs show exactly how much of the world has that kind of weather.

2) Line graphs are used to see the change in numbers of something and not how much there is of the weather.

3)The three other graphs show exactly how much of the world has that kind of weather.

### Data Handling: Choice of Graphs by Christian Zheng Hao

Q: Can you identify the one that is not appropriate?

A: The pie charts.

Q: Why do you think it's not appropriate?

A: It is very confusing for a person to understand the information.

Q: What makes you think the 3 remaining graphs are appropriate?

A: The remaining 3 graphs are able to deliver the information easier.

A: The pie charts.

Q: Why do you think it's not appropriate?

A: It is very confusing for a person to understand the information.

Q: What makes you think the 3 remaining graphs are appropriate?

A: The remaining 3 graphs are able to deliver the information easier.

### Data Handling: Choice of Graphs by Bryan Ho

Q: Can you identify the one that is not appropriate?

A: The line graph.

Q: Why do you think it's not appropriate?

A: A line graph is not suitable for weather statistics and it very confusing.

Q: What makes you think the 3 remaining graphs are appropriate?

A: They are more clearcut and easier to differentiate.

A: The line graph.

Q: Why do you think it's not appropriate?

A: A line graph is not suitable for weather statistics and it very confusing.

Q: What makes you think the 3 remaining graphs are appropriate?

A: They are more clearcut and easier to differentiate.

### Data Handling: Interactive activity

Q: Can you identify the one that is not appropriate?

A: Yes, it is the line graph.

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Q: Why do you think it's not appropriate?

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A: The line graph is not neatly aligned unlike the other graphs, so it seems unsuitable to handle this type of classification (weather).

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Q:What makes you think the 3 remaining graphs are appropriate?

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A: They seem a lot easier to understand than the line graph and appear to be more flexible when their statistics are changed

A: Yes, it is the line graph.

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Q: Why do you think it's not appropriate?

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A: The line graph is not neatly aligned unlike the other graphs, so it seems unsuitable to handle this type of classification (weather).

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Q:What makes you think the 3 remaining graphs are appropriate?

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A: They seem a lot easier to understand than the line graph and appear to be more flexible when their statistics are changed

### Data Handling by Keagan Wong

The inappropriate graph is the line graph.

I think it is not appropriate as the weathers are not connected and is completely at the same time but a different place. If they use a line graph they are saying that the weathers are a certain amount of sun, a certain amount of rain ext.

The remaining three graphs are appropriate in my opinion is because they are separated and we can tell it is not one after another.

I think it is not appropriate as the weathers are not connected and is completely at the same time but a different place. If they use a line graph they are saying that the weathers are a certain amount of sun, a certain amount of rain ext.

The remaining three graphs are appropriate in my opinion is because they are separated and we can tell it is not one after another.

### Data Handling: Choice of Graphs by Cornelius Lee

Can you identify the one that is not appropriate?

Answer: Yes.It is the line graph.

Why?

Answer: It is not appropriate as a line graph does not do this type of statistics.

What makes you think the 3 remaining graphs are appropriate?

Answer: They look more easy to understand than the line graph.

Answer: Yes.It is the line graph.

Why?

Answer: It is not appropriate as a line graph does not do this type of statistics.

What makes you think the 3 remaining graphs are appropriate?

Answer: They look more easy to understand than the line graph.

### What's up in the March Vacation?

Dear S1-02

There are several things to accomplish in the March Vacation, and you will find most of the stuff in the

You will be learning a sub-topic on your own during the March Vacation - Introduction to Data Handling.

Those who are suppose to attend the support programme, please turn up punctually with the materials required (see the earlier post).

For those who are not identified to attend the support programme but would like to turn up at the scheduled time as well.

The various consultation channels remain open during the March Vacation:

This is how your Maths GoogleSite looks like. Refer to the left panel for the various tasks assigned.

There are several things to accomplish in the March Vacation, and you will find most of the stuff in the

**GoogleSite > Mathematics site****(1) Performance Task - Viva Voce**- This is going to constitute to 5% of your overall Summative Assessment results.
- Refer to
**GoogleSite > Mathematics site > Performance Tasks (left panel)**. - This is similar to the Viva Voce Practice that we did.
- You may go through the questions and attempt your choice question on paper first.
- Try to do the recording after Monday, when I would be able to provide you feedback to your practice so that you can avoid what you should not do.
- Note the deadline of the task.

**(2) Vacation Engagement**You will be learning a sub-topic on your own during the March Vacation - Introduction to Data Handling.

- Refer to
**GoogleSite > Mathematics site > Vacation Engagement** - It is a revisit of the what you learnt in primary school.
- You will be using resources mostly from the AceLearning and attempting exercises at the Maths Blog or GoogleForm.
- There is a set of homework questions from the Maths Workbook.
- Note the deadline of the task.

**(3) Common Test in Term 2 Week 6**

The topics are already listed in the GoogleSite, to give you an early head-start (preparation).

You may do the following as practice:

- Workbook 1: Revision Test B1
- Omit Q5, Q6, Q7
- Workbook 1: Revision Test B2
- Omit Q2, Q5, Q6, Q7, Q8

**(4) Support Programme**Those who are suppose to attend the support programme, please turn up punctually with the materials required (see the earlier post).

For those who are not identified to attend the support programme but would like to turn up at the scheduled time as well.

**(5) Consultation during March Vacation**The various consultation channels remain open during the March Vacation:

- Online Chat
- Facebook Message

This is how your Maths GoogleSite looks like. Refer to the left panel for the various tasks assigned.

### Remedial Lesson during March Holiday

**The following are to attend the Support Programme in the March Holiday**

Group 1 | Group 2 |

Date: 20 March 2013 WednesdayTime: 0830h to 1030hVenue: Info Hub | Date: 21 March 2013 ThursdayTime: 0800h to 1000hVenue: Info Hub |

- Aung Phone Naing (re-assigned to Gp 2)
- Don Pasan Sanjula Hettige
- Lee Jun Jie Cornelius
- Maximilian Oh Yangzhi
- Wong Kar Long Keagan
- Xavier Toh ik Hann
- Yang Zong En Wynn
| 1. Christian Brett Zheng 2. Gundu Mahidhar Reddy (re-assigned to Gp 1) 3. Hoh Shu Xian 4. Joshua Ong Peng Yeow 5. Ryan Hong Tze Kai 6. Ryan Yuen 7. Tan Xue Yuan Jarrel |

**Things to bring:**

- Writing Materials & Calculator
- Exam Preparation Booklet
- Notes Booklet

### Singapore Philatelic Museum

I am very sorry I did not post this earlier as I have forgotten that I had not uploaded this to the blog as I intended to.

### Level Test 1 - Test Solution Q7

Dear S1-02

Some of you gave feedback that the "Explanation in words" for Q7 is not clearly scanned.

Here's the responses:

(a) The order of operation is incorrect. When there is only x (multiplication) and ÷ (division) on the same line, we should work from left to right.

(b) -3^2 should be -9 as we are only squaring "3".

Square root of (16/25) should be 4/5. The square root applies to both numbers on the numerator and denominator.

Recall that: The set of solution is available in the GoogleSite.

Some of you gave feedback that the "Explanation in words" for Q7 is not clearly scanned.

Here's the responses:

(a) The order of operation is incorrect. When there is only x (multiplication) and ÷ (division) on the same line, we should work from left to right.

(b) -3^2 should be -9 as we are only squaring "3".

Square root of (16/25) should be 4/5. The square root applies to both numbers on the numerator and denominator.

Recall that: The set of solution is available in the GoogleSite.

### Let Me Read Your Mind!

**Click at the LINK to get the Crystal ball reading your mind**

**Could you UNCOVER THE MYSTERY behind the crystal ball?**

**(in the Algebraic way!)**

**Submit your explanation under 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)

Jennifer says, "

*. "*

**5x**^{2}is always smaller than (-5x)^{2}**Do you agree? Explain your answer.**

Enter your response in Comments.

This question is compulsory.

### Vocabulary in Algebra

**(I) Algebraic Expressions vs Equations**

The following are

**expressions**

**3***x***5 - 2***y**p*+ 2*q*- 45**mn**

**equations**:

**2***x*= 4*x*+ 8 = 20*x*² = 36**2***x*+*y*= 4

*Can you tell the difference between an expression and an equation?***(II) Coefficients, Variables and Constants**

In the following algebraic expressions:

(a) 6

*x*

*x*is a variable- 6 is the coefficient of
*x* - There is no constant

*y*+ 5

*y*is a variable- 2 is the coefficient of
*y* - 5 is the constant

*m*+ 7

*n*+ 9

*m*and*n*are variables- 3 and 7 are coefficients of
*m*and*n*respectively - 9 is the constant

*p*+ 2

*q*- 45

*p*and*q*are variables- 1 and 2 are coefficients of
*p*and*q*respectively - -45 is the constant

*a -*3

*b +*1

*a*and*b*are variables- 5 and -3 are coefficients of
*a*and*b*respectively - 1 is the constant

*x*-

*y*

*x*and*y*are variables- 1 and -1 are coefficients of
*x*and*y*respectively - There is no constant

**When given an expression, are you able to pick out the variable(s), coefficient(s) and constant terms?**Click HERE to read more about these...

**Let's learn more terms that are related to Algebra through the**(select "Algebra")

*Hangman*activity### Singapore National Museum.Done by: Aung Phone Naing

http://www.glogster.com/aungphonenaing/singapore-national-museum-by-aung-phone-naing/g-6kttq6o3klvif4g3svta8a0

### 6 AM Quiz: Let's Test FIDO out!

In this round of 6 am quiz, you will attempt to uncover the mystery behind Fido's Mind-Reading ability.

**Fido claims that he can read our mind.**

**Click at the following link to test him out!!! :**

**http://www.digicc.com/fido/**

**There are several ways to explain Fido's trick, u**

**sing mathematical reasoning.**

*Make an attempt to use ALGEBRA to explain the "trick"?*
Enter your thinking (algorithm) in Comments.

### What's up between 1 March & 4 March?

Dear S1-02

We have finished p37-38 this morning.

Here's a summary of what was communicated during lesson, that you have to complete:

Access and watch the video lessons in Ace Learning Portal (if you have not done so).

Access and watch the video lessons in Ace Learning Portal

We will discuss these pages on Monday (4 March)

In addition, you may attempt

Below this post is the "Mind Reader". Try that out!

Look out for patterns! Are you able to unveil the mystery?

Look out for the 6 AM Quiz tomorrow morning (2 March 2013).

It will be available here at the blog from 6 am onwards - for the early birds!

The rest who wake up later... do join in the fun to meet Fido!

Please check against the Homework monitoring form to see what are the homework not submitted yet.

You will have to stay back after school to complete the tasks if you do not hand in during lesson on Monday.

As mentioned during the lesson, please note that you will stay back for 30-min of extra lesson for all on Monday. Please have a 'heavier' meal during your recess.

There will be no support programme on Monday.

We have finished p37-38 this morning.

Here's a summary of what was communicated during lesson, that you have to complete:

**1. Significant Figures**Access and watch the video lessons in Ace Learning Portal (if you have not done so).

*What to watch?*- The list is at Notes Booklet p39

Do

**Homework 3a on Significant Figures****2. Estimation**Access and watch the video lessons in Ace Learning Portal

*What to watch?*- The list is at Notes Booklet p40

We will discuss these pages on Monday (4 March)

In addition, you may attempt

**Homework 3b**on Estimation (which we will discuss the questions)**3. Introduction to Algebra**Below this post is the "Mind Reader". Try that out!

Look out for patterns! Are you able to unveil the mystery?

**4. 6 AM Quiz**Look out for the 6 AM Quiz tomorrow morning (2 March 2013).

It will be available here at the blog from 6 am onwards - for the early birds!

The rest who wake up later... do join in the fun to meet Fido!

**5. Those who owe homework**Please check against the Homework monitoring form to see what are the homework not submitted yet.

You will have to stay back after school to complete the tasks if you do not hand in during lesson on Monday.

**6. Extra session on Monday afternoon for EVERYBODY**As mentioned during the lesson, please note that you will stay back for 30-min of extra lesson for all on Monday. Please have a 'heavier' meal during your recess.

**7. Support Programme**There will be no support programme on Monday.

### Let Me Read Your Mind!

**Click at the LINK to get the Crystal ball reading your mind**

**Could you UNCOVER THE MYSTERY behind the crystal ball?**

**(in the Algebraic way!)**

**Submit your explanation under comments...**

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