Mathematics SSS2 Second Term

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Students should be able to; 1. Give the meaning of simple and compound statement 2. List five logical operations and their symbols 3. Write the truth table of a compound statement of any of the five logical operations
Students should be able to; 1. Use the truth table to prove that a contrapositive is equivalent to a conditional statement. 2. Use truth table to prove that a converse is equivalent to an inverse of a conditional statement 3. Apply contrapositive and inverse in proving theories Conditional statements
Students should be able to; 1. Solve inequalities in one variable 2. Solve problems on inequalities in two variables 3. Solve and Draw graph of compound inequalities 4. Give solutions to the word problems involving linear inequalities in one variable.
Student should be able to: 1. Draw graphs of linear inequalities in two variable 2. Obtain the required region that satisfies the simultaneous linear inequalities 3. Deduce the maximum and minimum values 4. Solve world problem of inequalities, in one variable and two variables
Students should be able to; 1. Simplify on algebraic fraction to its lowest term. 2. Simplify algebraic fraction involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. 3. Simplify and solve simple equations involving fractions
Students should be able to; 1. Substitute fractions. 2. Solve simultaneously equation involving fractions. 3. Determine the undefined value of a fractions.
Students should be able to; 1. Identify angles suspended by chord in a circle 2. Identify angles suspended at the equal chords and derived the riders 3. Identify perpendicular bisector of chords and derived the riders 4. Identify angles in the alternative segment and derive the riders.
Students should be able to; 1. Solve problems on angles subtended by two equal chords at the centre 2. Solve Problems on perpendicular bisectors of chord 3. Solve Problems on angles in the alternate segment
Students should be able to; 1. Prove that the angle which an arc suspends at the centre is twice the angle it suspends at the circumference. 2. Solve Practical Problems on the theorem correctly. 3. Solve Problems on angles in the same segment
Students should be able to; 1. Prove that the angles in the same segment of a circle are equal 2. Angles in a semicircle is a right angle 3. The opposite angles in a cyclic quadrilateral are supplementary 4. The exterior angle is equal to interior opposite angles

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