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Review of SB1 and SB2 iv. Chapter 1: Numerical processes 1: Logarithms. 1. Chapter 2: Circle geometry 1: Chords, arcs and angles. 3. Chapter 3: Algebraic. New General Mathematics for Secondary Schools 2 Teacher's Guide Full pdf · New General Mathematics for Secondary Schools 2 Teacher's Guide Chapter 1. New General Mathematics for Secondary Schools 2 TG Full PDF - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. Ty.
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Lists What are lists? Login to add to list. Be the first to add this to a list. Highest Common Factor HCF of a set of numbers is the highest factor that all those numbers have in common or the highest number that can divide into all the numbers in the set. The HCF of 18, 24 and 30, for example, is 6.
Inverse proportion The relationship between two variables in which their product is a constant. When one variable increases, the other decreases in proportion so that the product is unchanged. Inverse variation: Two quantities a and b vary inversely if, when a changes, then b changes by the same ratio inversely.
Joint variation of three quantities x, y and z means that x and y are directly proportional, for example, and x and z are inversely proportional, for y y example. Like terms contain identical letter symbols with the same exponents.
For example, —3x2y3 and 5x2y3 are like terms but 3x2y3 and 3xy are not like terms. They are unlike terms. Lowest Common Multiple LCM of a set of numbers is the smallest multiple that a set of numbers have in common or the smallest number into which all the numbers of the set can divide without leaving a remainder. The LCM of 18, 24 and 30, for example, is Median The median is a measure of central tendency. To find the median, we arrange the data from the smallest to largest value.
Mode The value data point that occurs the most in a set of values data or is the data point with the largest frequency. Multiple The multiple of a certain number is that number multiplied by any other whole number.
Multiples of 3, for example, are 6, 9, 12, 15, and so on. Net A plane shape that can be folded to make the solid. Numerator The part of the fraction that is written above the line.
It also tells how many of that kind of fraction you have.
In this case, you have 3 of them eighths Orthogonal projection A system of making engineering drawings showing several different views for example, its plan and elevations of an object at right angles to each other on a single drawing. Parallel projection Lines that are parallel in reality are also parallel on the drawing Pictogram or pictograph Represents the frequency of data as pictures or symbols.
Each picture or symbol may represent one or more units of the data. Pie chart A circular chart divided into sectors, where each sector shows the relative size of each value.
In a pie chart, the angle of the each sector is in the same ratio as the quantity the sector represents.
Place value Numbers are represented by an ordered sequence of digits where both the digit and its place value have to be known to determine its value. The 3 in 36, for example, indicates 3 tens and 6 is the number of units. Satisfy an equation, means that there is a certain value s that will make the equation true.
Simplify means that you are writing an algebraic expression in a form that is easier to use if you want to do something else with the expression. If you want to add fractions, for example, you need to write all the fractions with the same denominator to be able to add them. Review of SB1 and SB2 v Simultaneous linear equations are equations that you solve by finding the solution that will make them simultaneously true.
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