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VOLUME AND CAPACITY

Content
(a.) Units of volume
(b.) Conversion of units of volume
(c.) Volume of cubes, cuboids and cylinders
(d.) Units of capacity
(e.) Conversion of units of capacity
(f.) Relationship between volume and capacity
(g.) Solving problems involving volume and capacity

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AREA

Content
(a.) Units of area (cm2 , m2 , km2 , Ares, ha)
(b.) Conversion of units of area
(c.) Area of regular plane figures
(d.) Area of irregular plane shapes
(e.) Surface area of cubes, cuboids and cylinders

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LENGTH

Content
(a.) Units of length (mm, cm, m, km)
(b.) Conversion of units of length from one form to another
(c.) Significant figures
(d.) Perimeter
(e.) Circumference (include length of arcs).

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ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSION

Content
(a.) Letters for numbers
(b.) Algebraic fractions
(c.) Simplification of algebraic expressions
(d.) Factorization by grouping
(e.) Removal of brackets
(f.) Substitution and evaluation
(g.) Problem solving in real life situations.

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FRACTIONS

Content
(a.) Fractions
(b.) Proper, improper fractions and mixed numbers.
(c.) Conversion of improper fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa.
(d.) Comparing fractions.
(e.) Operations on fractions.
(f.) Order of operations on fractions
(g.) Word problems involving fractions in real life situations.

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DIVISIBILITY TEST

DIVISIBILITY TEST
Specific Objectives
By the end of the topic the learner should be able to:
The learner should be able to test the divisibility of numbers by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 and 11.
Content
Divisibility test of numbers by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 and 11

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HIGHEST COMMON FACTOR

Introduction
A Highest Common Factor or Greatest Common Divisor is the largest number that is a factor of two or more numbers.
When looking for the Highest Common Factor/Greatest Common Factor, you are only looking for the COMMON factors contained in both numbers.

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FACTORS

Content
a.) Factors of composite numbers.
b.) Prime factors.
c.) Factors in power form
Introduction
Definition
A factor is a number that divides another number without a remainder.

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NATURAL NUMBERS

Content
a.) Place values of numbers
b.) Rounding off numbers to the nearest tens, hundreds, thousands, millions and billions
c.) Odd numbers
d.) Even numbers
e.) Prime numbers
f.) Word problems involving natural numbers