Category: Mathematics

Understanding and Solving Simple Equations with the Balance Method

Understanding and Solving Simple Equations with the Balance Method Solving Simple Equations Solving simple equations is a fundamental skill in mathematics that helps you understand more complex equations and algebraic expressions. In this post, we’ll explore how to use the balance method to solve simple equations, as well as how to isolate variables and verify

Examination Revision Mathematics JSS 2 Second Term Lesson Notes

Question: What is the length of an electric pole? Answer: An electric pole is 24 meters long. Question: What happens to 25% of the electric pole? Answer: 25% of the electric pole is driven into the soil. Question: How much of the electric pole remains above the soil? Answer: After driving 25% into the soil,

Examination Mathematics JSS 2 Second Term Lesson Notes

An electric pole is 24m long. What length of the pole is left after 25% of it is driven into the soil? A. 30m B. 18m C. 59m D. 11m Calculate the volume of a cuboid of length 9cm, breadth 2cm, and height 5cm. A. 90cm³ B. 16cm³ C. 9cm³ D. 32cm³ Round up 9.3615

JSS 1 FIRST TERM LESSON NOTE MATHEMATICS

GENERAL MATHEMATICS Jss 1 SCHEMES OF WORK FOR ALPHA TERM   WEEK 1 WHOLE NUMBER (COUNTING AND WRITING IN MILLIONS,& TRILLIONS) WEEK 2 WHOLE NUMBER (CONTD.,) WEEK 3 FRACTIONS (TYPES OF FRACTIONS) WEEK 4 FRACTIONS (EQUIVALENTFRACTIONS AND PROBLEMS SOLVING) WEEK 5 FRACTIONS (CONVERTION FROM PERCENTAGE TO DECIMAL VICE-VERSA WEEK 6 FRACTIONS (ADDITION, SUBTRACTION)IRST  WEEK 7

JSS 1 THIRD TERM LESSON NOTE PLAN MATHEMATICS

SCHEMES OF WORK FOR BASIC 7 THIRD TERM (OMEGA TERM) WEEK 1 REVISION OF SECOND TERM’S WEEK 2 SIMPLE EQUATION WEEK 3 GEOMETRY: PLANE SHAPES WEEK 4 THREE DIMENSIONAL SHAPES WEEK 5 IDENTIFICATION AND PROPERTIES OF ANGLES WEEK 6 THEOREMS WEEK 7 REVIEW OF FIRST HALF TERM’S WEEK 8 CONSTRUCTION WEEK 9 STATISTICS WEEK 10

Types of Bearings Mathematics JSS 2 Third Term Mathematics Lesson Notes

Good day, class! Today, we will be discussing an important topic in mathematics called “bearings.” Bearings are used to describe the direction of one point or object in relation to another. They are often represented as angles measured in degrees, and they help us navigate and understand positions and directions. There are two main types

Question 1. Factorise x² +9x+14 Solution To factorize x² + 9x + 14, we need to find two numbers whose product is 14 and whose sum is 9. We can easily see that 2 and 7 are the two numbers we’re looking for, since 2 × 7 = 14 and 2 + 7 = 9.

ESTIMATION AND APPROXIMATION OF NUMBERS MATHEMATICS JSS 1

Subject: Mathematics Class: JSS 1 Term: Second Term Week: 2 Topic: Estimation and Approximation Sub-topic: Understanding the Basics Duration: 45 minutes Entry Behaviour: Students should have a basic understanding of mathematical operations. Key Words: Estimation, Approximation, Rounded, Numerical Values. Behavioral Objectives: Students should be able to differentiate between estimation and approximation. Understand the importance of

Mathematics JSS 1 First Term Exam

Answer the following questions SECTION A Objectives 1. Find all the factor of 40. (a)1,2,4,5,8,10,20,40 (b) 2,4,8,10,20 (c)1,2,4,5,8,10,22,40 ( d) 2,3,4,6,7,10,40 2. Divide 624 by 4 (a) 312 (b) 208 (c) 156 (d) 1.571   3. If one fifth of the number of pupils in a school is 180, what is the total number of

1st Term Examination MATHEMATICS NURSERY 2

1st Term Examination MATHEMATICS NURSERY 2 Name:…………………………… Section A Attempt all questions Count and write numbers from 51 to 100 (a). 51 ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ _____ ____ ____ (b). 61 ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ _____ ____ ____ (c). 71 ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ _____ ____ ____ (d). 81