We discussed how to recognise the possible degree of accuracy when given a number.
Several examples were cited
In addition, we discussed:
- When evaluating an arithmetic expression, we normally round off to 3 significant figures if the answer is non-exact.
1. Percentages - Homework
- We discussed the expectations of the written work, which includes clear and complete working, not dividing the page into 2 columns
- To be submitted tomorrow 16 February (Tuesday)
2. Attempt the following for discussion Tomorrow:
- Assignments 3.1 to 3.3
- It should not take more than 30 minutes to finish the 3 assignments
Amendments to Assignments:
- Assignment 3.2: Q1 & Q2: Change "Estimate" to "Evaluate"
- Assignment 3.3: Do not attempt questions from Q8 onwards
(C) Revision Papers
In preparation of the upcoming Level Test (to familiarise you with the expectations), a hardcopy of the 2015 S1 Level Test 1 question paper was issued to all.
Note: Softcopy is available in the GoogleSite (see image below)
- Attempt the questions on writing papers.
- Show all working clearly in ink. Do not divide the page into two columns.
- Label the working clearly (i.e. Question and parts).
- Staple the question paper on top of the writing papers.
- All sheets of papers to have your name, register number and class.
Deadline: Next Monday 22 February 2016
Note: Elrond & Celine - please find out from the classmates the examples we discussed in class.