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The SS2 Mathematics lesson note for third term is in line with the 2022 SS2 Mathematics scheme of work for the term. This means the SS2 Mathematics lesson note is tailored towards achieving the aim and objective for the subject as mandated by the ministry of education.
Below is The Mathematics Scheme of work from which the Mathematics SS2 third term lesson note was drafted from:
SCHEME THIRD TERM
SS2 MATHEMATICS
WEEK | TOPIC | CONTENT |
1 |
STATISTICS 1 | (a) Meaning and computations of mean, median, mode or ungrouped data. (b) Determination of the mean, median and the mode of grouped frequency data. (c) Comparison of mean, mode and median. (d) Rate and mixtures. |
2 |
STATISTICS 2 | (a) Definitions of: (i) Range, (ii) Variance, (iii) Standard deviation. (b) Calculation of range, variance and standard deviation. (c) Practical application in capital market reports; (i) Home (ii) Health studies (iii) Population studies. |
3 |
STATISTICS 3 | (a) Histograms of grouped data (Revision). (b) Need for grouping. (c) Calculation of; (i) class boundaries (ii) class interval (iii) class mark. (d) Frequency polygon. (e) Cumulative Frequency graph: (i) Calculation of cumulative frequencies. (ii) Drawing of cumulative frequency curve graph (Ogive). (f) Using graph of cumulative frequencies to estimate; (i) Median (ii) Quartiles (iii) Percentiles. (iv) Other relevant estimates. (g) Application of ogive to everyday life. |
4 |
PROBABILITY 1 | (a) Definitions and examples of: (i) Experimental outcomes, (ii) Random experiment. (iii) Sample space. (iv) Sample points. (v) Event space. (vi) Probability. (b) Practical example of each term. (c) Theoretical Probability. (d) Equiprobable sample space; Definition, Unbiasedness. (e) Simple probable on equiprobable sample space. |
5 |
PROBABILITY 2 | (a) Addition and multiplication rules of probability: (i) Mutually exclusive events and addition (“or”) rule. (ii) Complimentary events and probability rule. (iii) Independent events and multiplication (“and”) rules. (b) Solving simple problems on mutually exclusive, Independent and complimentary events. (c) Experiment with or without replacement. (d) Practical application of probability in; health, finance, population, etc. |
6 | FUNCTIONS AND RELATIONS | (a) Types of function (one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-one, many-to-many). (b) Function as a mapping. (c) Determination of the rule of a given mapping/function. |
7 | MID TERM BREAK | |
8 |
VECTORS | (a) Vectors as directed line segment. (b) Cartesian components of a vector. (c) Magnitude of a vector, Equal vectors, Addition and subtraction of vectors, zero vectors, parallel vectors, multiplication of a vector by a scalar. |
9 | TRANSFORMATION GEOMETRY | (a) Rotation of points and shapes on the Cartesian plane. (b) Translation of points and shapes on the Cartesian plane. (c) Reflection of points and shapes on the Cartesian plane. (d) Enlargement of points and shapes on the Cartesian plane. |
10 | REVISION | |
11 | EXAMINATION |
BEHAVIORAL OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to understand the following concepts:
- Determination of the mean, median and the mode of grouped frequency data.
- Comparison of mean, mode and median.
- Rate and mixtures.
- Calculation of range, variance and standard deviation.
- Practical application in capital market reports
- Definitions and examples of: (i) Experimental outcomes, (ii) Random experiment. (iii) Sample space. (iv) Sample points. (v) Event space. (vi) Probability.
- Addition and multiplication rules of probability: (i) Mutually exclusive events and addition (“or”) rule. (ii) Complimentary events and probability rule. (iii) Independent events and multiplication (“and”) rules.
(b) Solving simple problems on mutually exclusive, Independent and complimentary events.
- Types of function (one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-one, many-to-many).
(b) Function as a mapping.
(c) Determination of the rule of a given mapping/function.
- Vectors as directed line segment.
(b) Cartesian components of a vector.
(c) Magnitude of a vector, Equal vectors, Addition and subtraction of vectors, zero vectors, parallel vectors, multiplication of a vector by a scalar
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