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  • Venn diagrams
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  • data collection methods such as:
    • taking measurements, conducting surveys, classifying data, reading results of observations/outcomes of events
  • construction and interpretation of:
    • tables, bar graphs, pictograms, line graphs, pie charts, histograms
  • purposes and use, advantages and disadvantages of the different forms of statistical representations
  • drawing simple inference from statistical diagrams

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[]3.2 Data Analysis
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  • interpretation and analysis of:   
    • dot diagrams   
    • stem-and-leaf diagrams  
  • mean, mode and median as averages  
  • purposes and use of mean, mode and median  
  • calculation of the mean for grouped data

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[]3.3 Probability
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[]2.3 Mensuration

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[]2.3 Pythagoras' theorem

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  • area of parallelogram and trapezium
  • problems involving perimeter and area of composite plane figures (including triangle and circle)
  • volume and surface area of cube, cuboid, prism and cylinder
  • conversion between cm2 and m2 , and between cm3 and m3
  • problems involving volume and surface area of composite solids
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[ colspan=3]3 Statistics and Probability
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[]3.1 Data handling

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[]2.4 Mensuration

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  • volume and surface area of pyramid, cone and sphere

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[ colspan=3]3 Statistics and Probability
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[]3.1 Data handling
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[]2.2 Congruence and similarity

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  • right, acute, obtuse and reflex angles, complementary and supplementary angles, vertically opposite angles, adjacent angles on a straight line, adjacent angles at a point, interior and exterior angles
  • angles formed by two parallel lines and a transversal: corresponding angles, alternate angles, interior angles
  • properties of triangles and special quadrilaterals
  • classifying special quadrilaterals on the basis of their properties
  • angle sum of interior and exterior angles of any convex polygon
  • properties of regular pentagon, hexagon, octagon and decagon
  • properties of perpendicular bisectors of line segments and angle bisectors
  • construction of simple geometrical figures from given data (including perpendicular bisectors and angle bisectors) using compasses, ruler, set squares and protractors, where appropriate
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  • congruent figures as figures that are identical in shape and size  
  • matching sides and angles of two congruent polygons  
  • similar figures as figures that have the same shape but different sizes  
  • properties of similar polygons:   
    • corresponding angles are equal   
    • corresponding sides are proportional  
  • enlargement and reduction of a plane figure by a scale factor  
  • scale drawings  
  • solving simple problems involving similarity and congruence
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[]2.2 Mensuration

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[]2.3 Mensuration

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[]2.1 Angles, triangles and polygons
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  • right, acute, obtuse and reflex angles, complementary and supplementary angles, vertically opposite angles, adjacent angles on a straight line, adjacent angles at a point, interior and exterior angles
  • angles formed by two parallel lines and a transversal: corresponding angles, alternate angles, interior angles
  • properties of triangles and special quadrilaterals
  • classifying special quadrilaterals on the basis of their properties
  • angle sum of interior and exterior angles of any convex polygon
  • properties of regular pentagon, hexagon, octagon and decagon
  • properties of perpendicular bisectors of line segments and angle bisectors
  • construction of simple geometrical figures from given data (including perpendicular bisectors and angle bisectors) using compasses, ruler, set squares and protractors, where appropriate
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[]Union of A and B
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[]2.2 Mensuration
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  • area of parallelogram and trapezium
  • problems involving perimeter and area of composite plane figures (including triangle and circle)
  • volume and surface area of cube, cuboid, prism and cylinder
  • conversion between cm2 and m2 , and between cm3 and m3
  • problems involving volume and surface area of composite solids

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[]Intersection of A and B
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[ colspan=3]3 Statistics and Probability

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[]Number of elements in set A  
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[]3.1 Data handling
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  • data collection methods such as:
    • taking measurements, conducting surveys, classifying data, reading results of observations/outcomes of events
  • construction and interpretation of:
    • tables, bar graphs, pictograms, line graphs, pie charts, histograms
  • purposes and use, advantages and disadvantages of the different forms of statistical representations
  • drawing simple inference from statistical diagrams

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  • histograms with unequal intervals.

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  • solving linear equations in one unknown (including fractional coefficients)
  • solving simple inequality (e.g. 3x \le 5 )
  • solving simple fractional equations that can be reduced to linear equations, e.g.
    • {x \over 3}+{x-2 \over 4}=3
    • {3 \over x-2}=6
  • formulating a linear equation in one unknown to solve problems
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