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Student should be able to: 1. Define matrix, identify matrix notation, identify different types of matrices. 2. Perform the operation of addition and subtraction of matrices. 3. Perform the scalar multiplication of 2×2 and 3×3 matrices.
Student should be able to: 1. Perform matrix multiplication of 2×2 and 3×3 matrices. 2. Find the transpose of a matrix. 3. Calculate the determinant of matrices. 4. Solution to simultaneous equation using the determinant method. 5. Inverse of 2×2 matrix.
Student should be able to: 1. Calculate simple and compound interest. 2. Define and compute depreciation. 3. Define and compute annuity.
Student should be able to: 1. To solve problems in the capital market by calculating interest on bond, debenture and share. 2. Understand the concepts of income tax and value-added tax.
Student should be able to: 1. Solve simultaneous linear and quadratic equations. 2. Solve word problem on simultaneous linear equations. 3. Solve word problem on simultaneous equations one linear one quadratic.
Student should be able to: Construct a table of values for, plot the graphs of the table of values and interpreting and reading out given values.
Student should be able to: 1. Calculate the volume and surface area of a sphere 2. Calculate the volume and surface area of the hemisphere
Student should be able to: 1. Describe the earth as a sphere and identify the lines of longitude, latitude, equator, north pole and south pole, small circle and great circle. 2. Calculate the distance along the great circle. 3. Calculate the radius of the parallel of latitudes. 4. Calculate distance along the parallel of latitudes
Student should be able to: 1. Identify Cartesian rectangular coordinate (x,y). 2. Draw and interpret linear graph (Straight line graph). 3. Calculate the distance between two points. 4. Calculate the midpoint of a line joining two points
Student should be able to: 1. Calculate the gradient of a straight line and y-intercept. 2. Determine the equation of a straight line and the angle between two intersecting lines. 3. Know the conditions for parallel line and perpendicular and how to apply them.
Student should be able to: 1. Define and explain differentiation and the meaning of the derived function. 2. Perform differentiation from first principle. 3. Apply the rules of differentiation.
Student should be able to: 1. Apply the rules of differentiation (function-of-function). 2. Apply differentiation in determining maximum and minimum point, acceleration, velocity and rate of change.

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