PHOTO OF THE DAY (16/4/2014)
Mount Fuji by Moonlight
Mount Fuji is reflected in the still water of Lake Kawaguchi in this National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest submission by Danilo Dungo. The moonlight, he says, was bright enough to illuminate the scene.
This photo and caption were submitted to the 2014 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.
Please note that remedial homework are ONLY applicable to those who are compulsory to attend the remedial.
DIRECT and INVERSE PROPORTION
You should already have assignment 1.1 and 1.2 from your previous teacher.
The questions Ms. Tan went through from ...
Assignment 1.1: Qn 4, 6, 7
Assignment 1.2: Qn 3
Ms. Tan also went through some O levels questions from the ten-yr series.
I have scanned the pages for your reference.
Ms. Tan went through during remedial - O level questions: Qn 6, 8a, 10a, 12, 14b.
For those who are expected to attend remedial, Please also try on your own these remedial homework: Qn 16 from O level questions AND all the questions in the "Direct and Inverse Proportion Summary" attached below.
Ms. Tan went through some questions from the Shinglee workbook. They are..
P. 49 Qn 8g, 8h, P. 52 Qn 21d, 22e, 22f
P. 52 - 53 Qn 20f, 20h, 21a, 21b, 21c, 22a, 22c, 22d, 26i, 26j, 26k, 26l, 27a, 27e, 27f, 27g, 27h.
Some of these questions are under "Changing Subject of Formulae". Many of the students in the remedial responded that they are quite clear with "Changing Subject of Formulae" questions.
To prove to yourself that you are really familiar with such questions, please attempt the questions stated above (Qn 26 and Qn 27 - Changing Subject of Formulae) to test your understanding. We will run through those that you can't do in our next remedial session on .
Do let Ms. Tan know if you have any problem doing the questions.
Remedial Homework to be handed in on next remedial session which is .
DURING EVERY MATH REMEDIAL, PLEASE BRING YOUR SHINGLEE MATH WORKBOOK.
Presentation next Monday.