Monday, January 10, 2011

Lesson 1 (04) The Mathematics that I know...

In Primary School, you have 'discovered' several broad Maths Topics:
  1. Whole Numbers
  2. Fractions
  3. Decimals
  4. Money, Measure and Mensuration
  5. Data Analysis
  6. Geometry
  7. Percentage
  8. Speed
  9. Ratio
  10. Algebra
Each Maths topic is made up of several 'sub-topics'.

TASK 1
In groups of 3-4, make reference to the TOPIC card given, discuss...
  • The relevance of the topic to real world application.
  • Using the sub-topics, illustrate with examples, how you could/have applied this 'knowledge'/'skill' in your daily encounter.


REFERENCE
You may watch the following video for inspiration.






TASK 2
Submitting your discussion...
  • One member in the group will be submitting the discussion as a co-author of this blog.
  • You shall submit the group's discussion/finding in this blog
  • Title of the Post would be The "topic" that we know... (e.g. The "Algebra" that I know...)
  • Remember to include the names of your members in the posting.
Deadline: End of the Day, 2359h

2 comments:

  1. Team members:
    1. Nicholas Kuu
    2. Dominic Wong
    3. Darren Lim
    4. Cameron James Wang Springham
    Topic: How is Speed and percentage relevant to the world

    Speed can help drivers determine the speed which they are traveling at.

    Speed determines how fast or slow an object is traveling at.

    Percentage can help in advertisement of a shop when it is having a sale, e.g. 20% discount

    Percentage are used to express how large or small one quantity is.

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  2. Speed and percentage

    Team members:
    1. Nicholas Kuu
    2. Dominic Wong
    3. Darren Lim
    4. Cameron James Wang Springham
    Topic: How is Speed and percentage relevant to the world

    Speed can help drivers determine the speed which they are traveling at.

    Speed determines how fast or slow an object is traveling at.

    Percentage can help in advertisement of a shop when it is having a sale, e.g. 20% discount

    Percentage are used to express how large or small one quantity is.

    ReplyDelete