MATHEMATICS: FORM THREE
By the end of Form Three course the student should be able to:
1. Apply the knowledge on rates and variation in real life situations
2. Locate places on the earth’s surface and find the distance between any two places.
3. Represent data statistically and draw conclusions from numerical statistical
information (mean, mode and medium).
4. Apply computations on sequences and series to discover mathematical patterns
and solve problems on compound interest.
5. Draw graphs of relations and functions and identify their properties
6. Prove and apply circle theorems
7. Solve real life problems involving double entry and trial balance.
- Lectures 26
- Quizzes 0
- Students 2
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes
4.0 SEQUENCE AND SERIES
6.0 EARTH AS A SPHERE