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17 September 2016

  • August (3 sessions) + 11 September: correction of summer homework
  • Classwork: Imaginary Number
  • Homework: finish and correct ALL summer homework

13 July 2016

Classwork

  • correction of mathematics revision exercises

Summer Homework

8 July 2016

Classwork

  • correction of mathematics revision exercises

Homework

3 July 2016

Classwork

  • correction of mathematics revision exercises

Homework

26 June 2016

Classwork

  • correction of mathematics revision exercises

Homework

19 June 2016

Classwork

  • correction of mathematics revision exercises (not finished yet)

Homework

  • correction of mathematics revision exercises (1: questions 18, 25, 26, 27, 28; 2: 3D Figures questions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; 3; 4; 5: Section C question 1)
  • read textbook 3B Chapter 17 (Reflection)

15 June 2016

  • Homework: finish ALL mathematics revision exercises that you should have finished at least one week ago (i.e. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
  • review of some important concepts in optics: refractive index, optically denser/ optically less dense, bending of light rays towards/ away from the normal, total internal reflection
  • Physics Examination Revision (4) (Lens; IMPORTANT! Answers)

12 June 2016

9 June 2016

5 June 2016

1 June 2016

  • correction of previous session's homework (examination revision)

22 May 2016

Classwork

  • correction of previous session's homework on probability
  • Probability (2)
  • textbook 3B chapter 17 check-point 1, 2

Homework

15 May 2016

  • Homework: Probability (1)
  • finishg previous session's homework on latent heat (please explain why "3000" is used in your calculation for the last question)

11 May 2016

  • textbook 6B Additional Exercise 11C (6, 7, 8)
  • finishing previous session's homework on heat capacity
  • Homework: Latent Heat (1) (Note: Please REFER TO YOUR TEXTBOOK, in particular the chapter about change of state, if you do not know how to do these questions.)

8 May 2016

  • finishing previous session's homework on heat capacity

3 May 2016

  • textbook 6B Additional Exercise 11B (5, 6, 7, 8)
  • correction of previous session's homework on heat capacity
  • Homework: Heat Capacity (2)

1 May 2016

  • completing previous session's homework on co-ordinate geometry (questions 34, 35, 36, which you should have already completed!)
  • formula for finding equation of a straight line: \frac{y-y_1}{x-x_1}=\frac{y_2-y_1}{x_2-x_1}, where (x_1, y_1) and (x_2, y_2) are two given points on the straight line
  • completing previous sessions's homework on heat capacity, which you should have already completed!

27 April 2016

  • correction of previous session's homework on co-ordinate geometry (please finish questions 34, 35, 36, which you should have already completed!)
  • textbook 6B Additional Exercise 11A (6, 7, 8)
  • Homework: Heat Capacity (1)

24 April 2016

Classwork

  • finish the past paper, which you should have done as homework
  • review of some important concepts in physics: heat capacity and specific heat capacity

Homework

22 April 2016

Classwork

  • correction of previous session's homework on co-ordinate geometry

Homework

  • finish question 18 on co-ordinate geometry
  • finish the past paper


17 April 2016

Classwork

  • correction of previous session's homework on co-ordinate geometry

Homework

  • Co-ordinate Geometry (2)
  • correct your answers to the MC questions in the past paper
  • study the first 30 pages (i.e. Chapter 1) of your physics textbook

10 April 2016

Classwork

  • correction of previous session's homework
  • correction of Mathematics test
  • textbook 6B Additional Exercise 12B (6, 7, 8, 9)
  • review of surds

Homework

3 April 2016

31 March 2016

26 March 2016

Classwork

  • textbook 6B Additional Exercise 12A (5, 6, 7, 8)
  • correction of previous session's homework

Homework

20 March 2016

  • Problems on Quadrilaterals (5) (Note: You did not finish this set of exercises last time!)
  • review of some important concepts in physics: types of thermometers (based on different thermometric properties), Brownian motion, potential energy, kinetic energy (average and total), conduction (differences between metals and non-metals), convection, radiation (Note: Please click here for the problems discussed.)

16 March 2016

Classwork

  • correction of previous session's homework
  • review of some important concepts in physics: Brownian motion, potential energy, kinetic energy

Homework

13 March 2016

Classwork

  • correction of previous session's homework on quadrilaterals (mid-point theorem)
  • textbook 6B Additional Exercise 9D (5, 6, 7)
  • textbook 6B p.222, 223 (9, 10, 11, 12, 13)

Homework

11 March 2016

5 March 2016

Classwork

  • correction of previous session's homework on 3D figures
  • review of some important concepts in physics: units of temperature and types of thermometers (based on different thermometric properties)

Homework

  • Problems on Quadrilaterals (4)
  • copy each of the following words 5 times: temperature | thermometers | thermometric properties
  • study the first 6 pages of your physics textbook

2 March 2016

Classwork

  • correction of previous session's homework on quadrilaterals and simultaneous linear equations in two unknowns

Homework

  • 3D Figures (1) (Note: Do questions 4 to 11.)
  • study the first 6 pages of your physics textbook
  • A student calibrates an unmarked mercury-in-glass thermometer. When the thermometer is immersed in pure melting ice, the length of the mercury column is 4 cm. When it is immersed in pure boiling water, the length of the mercury column is 22 cm. If the temperature now rises 10°C, what is the increase in the length of the mercury column? What is the temperature measured by the thermometer when the length of the mercury column is 13 cm. If the thermometer is used to measure human body temperature, which is 37°C, what will be the length of the mercury column?

27 February 2016

Classwork

  • correction of previous session's homework on quadrilaterals
  • review of some important concepts in physics: units of temperature, types of thermometers (based on different thermometric properties), and calibration of unmarked thermometers

Homework

22 February 2016

Classwork

  • textbook 6B Additional Exercise 8C (7, 8), 8D (5)
  • correction of previous session's homework on quadrilaterals

Homework

15 February 2016

Classwork

  • correction of previous session's homework on quadrilaterals
  • correction of previous session's homework on factorization

Homework

11 February 2016

Classwork

  • textbook 6B Additional Exercise 8A (6), 8B (7, 8)
  • correction of previous session's homework on factorization
    • question 5(a): x^4 + 2x^2y^2 + y^4 - x^2y^2
    • question 5(b): y^4 - 14y^2 + 49 - y^2
    • question 8: b^2c + bc^2 + c^2a - ca^2 - ab(a + b)
    • question 10(a):  x^4 + 2x^3 + 2x^2 + x^2 + 2x + 1
    • question 10(b):  (x - 1)(ax^3 + bx^2 + cx + d)

Homework

6 February 2016

  • IMPORTANT! Quadrilaterals (Note: Please study the theorems related to quadrilaterals. We will make use of them in the next session.)
  • Review of Factorization (Note: Do questions 5 to 10 as homework. When you are doing question 5a, please also consider x^4 + x^2y^2 - 2y^4.)
  • correction of previous session's homework on percentages

27 January 2016

  • Review of Percentages (Note: Do questions 3 to 11 as homework.)
  • correction of previous session's homework on simultaneous linear equations in two unknowns

24 January 2016

Classwork

  • correction of exam paper

Homework

Questions Previously Discussed

IMPORTANT! The following sets of exercises include topics taught in Form 3.

The following sets of exercises include some of the topics taught in Form 2.

The following sets of exercises include various operations of algebraic expressions.

The following two sets exercises were discussed in early 2014.

Please note that a number of questions were also taken from your textbooks, Discovering Mathematics in Summer, and Summer Adventure in Mathematics.

Useful Notes