## Friday, 29 August 2014

## Wednesday, 27 August 2014

### Practice: Number Sequence (Quadratic Terms)

Dear students of S1-06,

To better understand the quadratic terms of number sequence, please try to attempt the following question.

The solution for the question is:

To better understand the quadratic terms of number sequence, please try to attempt the following question.

**Form the n**

^{th}term of the sequence**7, 12, 20, 31, 45, …**

**DO NOT REFER**to the image below until you complete.The solution for the question is:

## Tuesday, 26 August 2014

### Assignment: Errors

I have always been very particular about the assignments that all of you handed up. And having mentioned certain key issues numerous times, I still see students cancelling part of a value.

Errors are starting to surface and when such things happen, you are bound to be penalized. One very good example is seen below.

Look at the value above and compare with his final answer.

Errors are starting to surface and when such things happen, you are bound to be penalized. One very good example is seen below.

Look at the value above and compare with his final answer.

## Monday, 18 August 2014

### Groupings: Outdoor Learning

You are to follow your groupings for outdoor lesson tomorrow. A preview of the worksheet has been sent to you.

**You are not required to print it out.**## Friday, 15 August 2014

### Investigation: Volume & Surface Area of Sphere

To investigate the volume of sphere,

And to investigate the surface area of sphere,

And to investigate the surface area of sphere,

## Wednesday, 13 August 2014

### Investigation: Volume of Cone & Cylinder

For the curious onlookers of S106,

## Thursday, 7 August 2014

### Fun Facts: Mathematics Wonders

On this very last day of a series of Level Tests and the continuation
of Australian Mathematics Competition, I have decided to fascinate you
with a little bit more imagination.

In this blog, you will realise a lot of interesting facts about Mathematics. It will not only show you problem-solving skills, but how it can be applied in the real world context. And yes, food is included.

You may visit

Have a restful long week ahead!

In this blog, you will realise a lot of interesting facts about Mathematics. It will not only show you problem-solving skills, but how it can be applied in the real world context. And yes, food is included.

You may visit

**http://spring-of-mathematics.tumblr.com**for more fun facts.Have a restful long week ahead!

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