Mathematics SSS2 First Term

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Students should be able to; 1. Define graph and identify the x-intercept and y-intercept of any linear graph Draw the graph of linear equation ax+by+c=0 Draw the graph of a linear equation by using the gradient method Find the equation of a line using the point quadratic equation.
Students should be able to; 1. Calculate numbers less than 1 involving multiplication and division using log table 2. Solve simple logarithm equations
Students should be able to; 1. State meaning and type of sequence 2. Solve problem on arithmetic progression
Students should be able to; 1. Define geometric progression 2. Distinguish between a sequence and a series 3. Solve problems on geometric progression
Students should be able to; 1. Calculate numbers less than 1 involving multiplication and division using log table 2. Solve simple logarithm equations
Students should be able to solve quadratic equations by; 1. Factorization 2. Using perfect square 3. Completing square 4. Using quadratic formula
Students should be able to; 1. Form a quadratic equation given the sum and the products of the root 2. Form quadratic equations from word problems 3. Solve word problems by solving suitable quadratic equations
Students should be able to; 1. Solve Simultaneous linear equation by elimination 2. Solve Simultaneous linear equation by substitution 3. Solve graphical methods to draw the graph of simultaneous linear and quadratic equation.
Students should be able to; 1. Use the Simultaneous linear and quadratic equation to solve other related equations 2. Use graph to solve other related equations.
Students should be able to; 1. Define graph and identify the x-intercept and y-intercept of any linear graph 2. Draw the graph of linear equation ax+by+c=0  3. Draw the graph of a linear equation by using the gradient method Find the equation of a line using the point quadratic equation.

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