O Level A math

The O Level Additional Mathematics syllabus intends to prepare students adequately for A Level H2 Mathematics, where a strong foundation of mathematical skills is essential. The syllabus is categorised into three main strands, namely, Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry, and Calculus. Students are also required to be proficient in their process skills, namely, reasoning, communication and connections, thinking skills and heuristics, and applications and modelling. The syllabus assumes the knowledge of O Level Elementary Mathematics.

In this blog, I would post upload higher-order thinking (HOT) questions with my worked solutions so as to expose them to questions that stretch their thinking and better prepare them for the Real World Context problems during O Level Examinations.

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Simultaneous equations, Polynomials and partial fractions

Quadratic equations, inequalities and modulus functions

Binomial Theorem

Indices, surds and logarithms

Coordinate Geometry

Further coordinate geometry

Linear law

Trigonometric functions and equations

Trigonometric identities and formulae

Proofs in plane geometry

Differentiation and its applications

Further applications of differentiation

Differentiation of trigonometric logarithmic and exponential functions


Applications of integrations