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1 Mesaieed International School SUBJECT: Mathematics Year: 10H Overview of the year: The contents below reflect the first half of the twoyear IGCSE Higher course which provides students with the opportunity to attain grades 9 to 4 on the new IGCSE grading system. This range represents the highest group of grades which can be awarded and is broadly comparable with the old the IGCSE grades A* to C. Term 1a Key questions: Decimals Special numbers, powers and roots Fractions Percentages Convert recurring decimals into fractions Round to a given number of significant figures or decimal places Use estimation to evaluate approximations to numerical calculations Use a scientific electronic calculator to determine numerical results Express integers as product of powers of prime factors Find highest common factors (HCF) and Lowest common multiples (LCM) Understand the meaning of surds Manipulate surds, including rationalising a denominator Use index laws to simplify and evaluate numerical expressions Involving integer, fractional and negative powers ii. The better deal investigation Order fractions and calculate a given fraction of a given quantity Express a given number as a fraction of another number Convert a fraction to a decimal or percentage Use common denominators to add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers Understand and use fractions as multiplicative inverses Multiply and divide fractions and mixed numbers Express a given number as a percentage of another number Express a percentage as a fraction and as a decimal
2 Understand the multiplicative nature of percentages as operators Solve simple percentage problems, including percentage increase and decrease Use reverse percentages Use compound interest and depreciation Use repeated percentage change Solve compound interest problems Term 1b Key questions: Ratio and proportion Indices and standard form Degree of accuracy Set language, notation and Venn diagrams Use ratio notation, including reduction to its simplest form and its various links to fraction notation Divide a quantity in a given ratio or ratios Use the process of proportionality to evaluate unknown quantities Calculate an unknown quantity from quantities that vary in direct proportion Solve word problems about ratio and proportion Use and apply number in everyday personal, domestic or community life Carry out calculations using standard units of mass, length, area, volume and capacity Understand and carry out calculations using time, and carry out calculations using money, including converting between currencies i. Halfterm assessement ii. Sets with reallife data task Use index notation and index laws for multiplication and division of positive and negative integer powers including zero Calculate with and interpret numbers in the form a 10 n solve problems involving standard form Identify upper and lower bounds where values are given to a degree of accuracy Solve problems using upper and lower bounds where values are given to a degree of accuracy Understand the definition of a set Use set notation Understand the concept of the universal set and the empty set and the symbols for these sets Understand and use the complement of a set Use Venn diagrams to represent sets Find probabilities from a Venn diagram
3 Understand sets defined in algebraic terms, and understand and use subsets Use Venn diagrams to represent sets and the number of elements in sets Use the notation n(a) for the number of elements in the set A Use sets in practical situations Term 2a Key questions: Algebraic manipulation Expressions, formulae and rearranging formulae Linear equations and inequalities Use index notation involving fractional, negative and zero powers Use index laws in simple cases Collect like terms Multiply a single term over a bracket Take out common factors Expand the product of two or more linear expressions Understand the concept of a quadratic expression and be able to Factorise such expressions Manipulate algebraic fractions where the numerator and/or the denominator can be numeric, linear or quadratic Complete the square for a given quadratic expression Use algebra to support and construct proofs ii. Equations matching task Substitute positive and negative integers, decimals and fractions for words and letters in expressions and formulae Use formulae from mathematics and other reallife contexts expressed initially in words or diagrammatic form and convert to letters and symbols Derive a formula or expression Understand the process of manipulating formulae or equations to Change the subject, to include cases where the subject may appear twice or a power of the subject occurs Set up problems involving direct or inverse proportion and relate algebraic solutions to graphical representation of the equations solve linear equations, with integer or fractional coefficients Set up simple linear equations from given data Solve simple linear inequalities in one variable and represent the solution set on a number line
4 Term 2b Key questions: Sequences Real life graphs Understand and use common difference (d) and first term (a) in an arithmetic sequence Know and use nth term = a + (n 1)d Find the sum of the first n terms of an arithmetic series (Sn) ii. Quadratic coefficients investigation Linear graphs Interpret information presented in a range of linear and nonlinear graphs Quadratic equations and graphs (a) Determine the coordinates of the midpoint of a line segment, given the coordinates of the two end points Find the gradient of a straight line Recognise that equations of the form y = mx + c are straight line graphs with gradient m and intercept on the yaxis at the point (0, c) Recognise, generate points and plot graphs of linear functions Calculate the gradient of a straight line given the coordinates of two points Find the equation of a straight line parallel to a given line; find the equation of a straight line perpendicular to a given line Represent simple linear inequalities on rectangular Cartesian graphs Identify regions on rectangular Cartesian graphs defined by simple linear inequalities Identify harder examples of regions defined by linear inequalities Solve quadratic equations by factorization Solve quadratic equations by using the quadratic formula or completing the square Term 3a Key questions: Quadratic equations and graphs (b) Harder graphs and transformation of graphs Form and solve quadratic equations from data given in a context Solve quadratic inequalities in one unknown and represent the solution set on a number line Recognise, generate points and plot graphs of quadratic functions Recognise, plot and draw graphs with equation: in which: ii. Transformation matching task
5 Simultaneous equations (i)the constants are integers and some could be zero (ii)the letters x and y can be replaced with any other two letters or in which: (i)the constants are numerical and at least three of them are zero (ii)the letters x and y can be replaced with any other two letters or: for angles of any size (in degrees) Apply to the graph of y = f(x) the transformations y = f(x) + a, y = f(ax), y = f(x + a), y = af(x) for linear, quadratic, sine and cosine functions Interpret and analyse transformations of functions and write the functions algebraically Find the gradients of nonlinear graphs Find the intersection points of two graphs, one linear (y1) and one nonlinear (y2), and recognise that the solutions correspond to the solutions of y2 y1 = 0 Calculate the exact solution of two simultaneous equations in two unknowns Interpret the equations as lines and the common solution as the point of intersection Solve simultaneous equations in two unknowns, one equation being linear and the other being quadratic Term 3b Key questions: Function notation Calculus Compound measures Understand the concept that a function is a mapping between elements of two sets Use function notations of the form f(x) = and f : x Understand the terms domain and range and which values may need to be excluded from a domain Understand and find the composite function fg and the inverse function f 1 ii. Calculusmax/min investigation Understand the concept of a variable rate of change Differentiate integer powers of x Determine gradients, rates of change, stationary points, turning points (maxima and minima) by differentiation and relate these to graphs Distinguish between maxima and minima by considering the general shape of the graph only Apply calculus to linear kinematics and to other simple practical problems
6 Use compound measure such as speed, density and pressure Convert measurements within the metric system to include linear and area units Convert between units of volume within the metric system
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