### Summary of Activities for the June Holidays

**1. eLearning for Chapter 7**

(a) All five lessons were posted in the GoogleSite > Maths - refer to the left panel for link

(b) Handouts were given out in Term 2 Week 9. It comprises of Homework Practice to completed after you have attempted the online lessons 3 to 5. Softcopy of this handout is also made available in the GoogleSite (in case you misplace the hardcopy)

(c) Submit this handout when you report for school in Term 3 Week 1.

**2. Viva Voce Practice 3**

Click at the TAB at the top of this page and attempt the Practice.

To be uploaded into the Maths blog before 1 June.

**3. Holiday Fun Pack**

(1) This set of handouts was issued on 18 May morning via the class Maths representative.

(2) Complete this set of handout and submit it when you report for school in Term 3 Week 1.

**4. Supplementary Exercise**

Click to View: Sec 1 Supplementary Work for Semester 1

**5. Review of Semester 1's work**

Click to View Sec 1 Reviewing Learning in Semester 1

A planner is included HERE which you can download to help you plan your revision during the holiday.

**Face-to-Face Clarification session:**

I'll be in the Info Hub on Friday 1 June (9 am to 12 noon). You may come to school to see if to clarify your work. Alternatively, you can also find me 'online' (please see post below).

Do set aside some time to rest and play, while you attempt to address the learning gaps you have identified.

With regards

Ms Loh

### June Vacation: 2-hour Support Session

The following will be attending the 2-hour small-group support session.

Note that you will be attending the session with students from other classes.

Date: 28 May 2012 (Monday)

Time: 12 noon to 2 pm

(1) Teng Chen Chang Gabriel (S1-04)

Date: 30 May 2012 (Wednesday)

Time: 2 pm to 4 pm

(1) Chan Siew Ee Sarah (S1-04)

Date: 1 June 2012 (Friday)

Time: 8 am to 10 am

(1) Goh Qian Zhe (S1-04)

All sessions will be conducted at the Info Hub (Level 4)

Note that you will be attending the session with students from other classes.

Date: 28 May 2012 (Monday)

Time: 12 noon to 2 pm

(1) Teng Chen Chang Gabriel (S1-04)

Date: 30 May 2012 (Wednesday)

Time: 2 pm to 4 pm

(1) Chan Siew Ee Sarah (S1-04)

Date: 1 June 2012 (Friday)

Time: 8 am to 10 am

(1) Goh Qian Zhe (S1-04)

All sessions will be conducted at the Info Hub (Level 4)

### June Vacation: Online Consultation Time

Dear Students

I would be available at the following dates/times online (at Facebook) during the school holidays.

- 29 May (Tuesday) 3 pm to 5 pm
- 30 May (Wednesday) 3 pm to 5 pm
- 31 May (Thursday) 3 pm to 5 pm
- 2 June (Saturday) 10 am to 12 noon
- 3 June (Sunday) 10 am to 12 noon
- 5 June (Tuesday) 8 pm to 9 pm
- 6 June (Wednesday) 8 pm to 9 pm
- 18 June (Monday) 8 pm to 9 pm
- 19 June (Tuesday) 8 pm to 9 pm
- 20 June (Wednesday) 8 pm to 9 pm
- 21 June (Thursday) 8 pm to 9 pm
- 22 June (Friday) 8 pm to 9 pm
- 23 June (Saturday) 10 am to 12 noon, 2 pm to 4 pm
- 24 June (Sunday) 10 am to 12 noon

Should you come across any enquiries pertaining to your Maths eLearning or Revision, you may send me a FB message or an email (anytime). I'll try to be respond to you as soon as I could.

Have a good holiday.

Ms Loh

### Chap 5 Homework Submission

The following have not submitted Homework 1-3

- Achutha d/o Karuppiah
- Leong Sin Yuen Lynnette
- Liew Jia Wen
- Arjun Appavoo s/o S
- Chiam Chuen
- Khor Ethan
- Koh Guo Feng
- Lim ZHongzhi
- Ryan Chew
- Tan Shi Jie
- Teng Cheng Chang Gabriel

The following have not submitted Homework 4

- Leong Sin Yuen Lynnette
- Arjun Appavoo s/o S
- Khor Ethan
- Kota Kiran Chand
- Lim Zhongzhi
- Ryan Chew
- Tan Shi Jie
- Teng Cheng Chang Gabriel

### Chap 4 Homework Submission

The following have not submitted Chap 4 Homework 1(b)

- Arjun Appavoo
- Chiam Chuen
- Khor Ethan
- Koh Guo Feng
- Ng Keen Yung

### Viva Voce Practice 3

Dear Students

Please refer to the Viva Voce Practice 3 (tab, above) to see details of the task.

Deadline

Please refer to the Viva Voce Practice 3 (tab, above) to see details of the task.

Deadline

- For those who are NOT involved in GCP - Submit by 22 May (Tuesday) 2359h
- For those who are involved in GCP & depart before 21 May - Submit by 29 May (Tuesday) 2359h
- For those who are involved in GCP & depart on & after 21 May - Submit by 22 May (Tuesday) 2359

### Viva-voce (2)-Zhongzhi

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cg4p2S0azGg&feature=youtu.be My video link. Cannot post video cause my video link button gone missing!

### Chap 5 Algebra (5.3) Simplification of Expressions (I)

Your Task:

1. Choose ONE question from the following and attempt it in your notebook.

Note: Pick a question that you think it is challenging enough for you

2. Copy the question (including the Question number (e.g. 1(a))

3. Describe how you simplify the expression by writing down your working EXPLICITLY (as if you are trying to explain to someone who is new to algebra)

4. Write in ink - legibly, big, clear and neat

Submission:

Take a picture of your work and post it in this Maths blog by today 2359h.

Subject title: Chap 5.3 Simplification of Expressions (Q1e)

Label: Algebra, Simplification

Insert your name and register number at the beginning of the post.

This is your daily homework that you must attempt.

1. Choose ONE question from the following and attempt it in your notebook.

Note: Pick a question that you think it is challenging enough for you

2. Copy the question (including the Question number (e.g. 1(a))

3. Describe how you simplify the expression by writing down your working EXPLICITLY (as if you are trying to explain to someone who is new to algebra)

4. Write in ink - legibly, big, clear and neat

Submission:

Take a picture of your work and post it in this Maths blog by today 2359h.

Subject title: Chap 5.3 Simplification of Expressions (Q1e)

Label: Algebra, Simplification

Insert your name and register number at the beginning of the post.

This is your daily homework that you must attempt.

### Chap 5 Algebra (5.3) Simplification of Expressions (II)

Your Task:

1. Choose ONE question from the following and attempt it in your notebook.

Note: Pick a question that you think it is challenging enough for you

2. Copy the question (including the Question number (e.g. 2(a))

3. Describe how you simplify the expression by writing down your working EXPLICITLY (as if you are trying to explain to someone who is new to algebra)

4. Write in ink - legibly, big, clear and neat

Submission:

Take a picture of your work and post it in this Maths blog by today 2359h.

Subject title: Chap 5.3 Simplification of Expressions (Q2e)

Label: Algebra, Simplification

Insert your name and register number at the beginning of the post.

This is your daily homework that you must attempt.

1. Choose ONE question from the following and attempt it in your notebook.

Note: Pick a question that you think it is challenging enough for you

2. Copy the question (including the Question number (e.g. 2(a))

3. Describe how you simplify the expression by writing down your working EXPLICITLY (as if you are trying to explain to someone who is new to algebra)

4. Write in ink - legibly, big, clear and neat

Submission:

Take a picture of your work and post it in this Maths blog by today 2359h.

Subject title: Chap 5.3 Simplification of Expressions (Q2e)

Label: Algebra, Simplification

Insert your name and register number at the beginning of the post.

This is your daily homework that you must attempt.

### Chap 5 Algebra: Let's try to explain these using 'rectangles' (Summarising)

With reference to the activity, Chap 5 Algebra: Let's try to explain these using 'rectangles' , below are the answers to the questions.

1 ACHUTHA D/O KARUPPIAH

2 ANGELINE YAP ZHI HAN

3 CHAN SIEW EE, SARAH

4 CHEW YUN HUI

5 LEONG SIN YUEN, LYNNETTE

6 LIEW JIA WEN

7 A MANICKA PRAVEEN

8 ANBARASAN SUBRAMANIYAN

9 ARJUN APPAVOO S/O S

10 CHIAM CHUEN

11 GOH QIAN ZHE

12 KHOR ETHAN

13 KOH GUO FENG

14 KOTA KIRAN CHAND

15 LIAW XIAO TAO

16 LIM ZHONGZHI

17 LOOI CHI HAN

18 NG KEEN YUNG

19 POON WAI KIT

20 RYAN CHEW

21 TAN SHI JIE

22 TENG CHEN CHANG GABRIEL

23 THAM CHUN LEONG

1 ACHUTHA D/O KARUPPIAH

2 ANGELINE YAP ZHI HAN

3 CHAN SIEW EE, SARAH

4 CHEW YUN HUI

5 LEONG SIN YUEN, LYNNETTE

6 LIEW JIA WEN

7 A MANICKA PRAVEEN

8 ANBARASAN SUBRAMANIYAN

9 ARJUN APPAVOO S/O S

10 CHIAM CHUEN

11 GOH QIAN ZHE

12 KHOR ETHAN

13 KOH GUO FENG

14 KOTA KIRAN CHAND

15 LIAW XIAO TAO

16 LIM ZHONGZHI

17 LOOI CHI HAN

18 NG KEEN YUNG

19 POON WAI KIT

20 RYAN CHEW

21 TAN SHI JIE

22 TENG CHEN CHANG GABRIEL

23 THAM CHUN LEONG

### Chap 5 Algebra: Let's try to explain these using 'rectangles'

Your Task:

1. Choose ONE question from EACH group

2. Use the "rectangle method" to explain how to simplify each expression.

3. Also show how you would use distributive law to simplify each expression.

Take a picture of your work and post it in this Maths blog by today 2359h.

Group 1 Questions

Q1a. (a + 3)(a + 5)

Q1b. (3m + n)(2m + 5n)

Q1c. (5x + 3)^2

Q1d. (a^2 + a + 2)(a + 3)

Group 2 Questions

Q2a. (b + 4)(b - 1)

Q2b. (c + 4d)(c - 2)

Q2c. (b + 4)(h - k)

Q2d. (2a + 3b) (a - 4c)

1. Choose ONE question from EACH group

2. Use the "rectangle method" to explain how to simplify each expression.

3. Also show how you would use distributive law to simplify each expression.

- Complete both questions in the same sheet of paper.
- Write down the question number clearly.
- Label the diagrams neatly. It should have its 'dimensions/values' clearly indicated at each 'part' of the rectangles.

Take a picture of your work and post it in this Maths blog by today 2359h.

- Subject title: Chap 5 Expansion (Q1a & Q2c)
- Label: Algebra, Expansion

Group 1 Questions

Q1a. (a + 3)(a + 5)

Q1b. (3m + n)(2m + 5n)

Q1c. (5x + 3)^2

Q1d. (a^2 + a + 2)(a + 3)

Group 2 Questions

Q2a. (b + 4)(b - 1)

Q2b. (c + 4d)(c - 2)

Q2c. (b + 4)(h - k)

Q2d. (2a + 3b) (a - 4c)

### Chapter 5: Algebra... Different "Faces" of Algebra (I)

Write an algebraic expression (in the simplified form) that has 3 terms involving variables

**and***p**.***q**### Chapter 5: Algebra... Different "Faces" of Algebra (II)

The total length of 4 roads is (3x - 1) km.

What are the possible lengths of the 4 roads in kilometres?

What are the possible lengths of the 4 roads in kilometres?

e.g. The length of the 4 roads are:

**x km, x km, x-7 km, 6 km**Check:

**x + x + (x - 7) + 6 = 3x - 1**### Chapter 5: Algebra... Different "Faces" of Algebra (III)

The perimeter of a rectangle is (6x + 5y) cm.

Suggest 2 possible dimensions of the rectangle.

e.g.

Length of rectangle = 2x + 2y cm

Breadth of rectangle = x + 0.5y cm

Check:

Perimeter = 2 (2x + 2y) + 2 (x + 0.5y) cm

= 4x + 4y + 2x + y cm

= 6x + 5y cm

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