What’s in Year 7 Term 2 for Students?
Term 2 begins with Directed Numbers that form the foundation of all Year 7 Mathematics. Quite simply, a number is described as being either Positive or negative. But why do students need to learn about negative numbers? Why can’t there just be positive numbers?
With so many real life situations relying on the calculated differences between a positive number and a negative number including for example, the weather, that might rise and fall many times throughout any given day, it is important for all year 7 students to understand not only how directed numbers work, but how to combine them.
About Year 7 Term 2 book
Pentagonal Numbers, Data: how to read and calculate from charts, Algebra Substitution, Conversion of Fractions to decimals and Decimals to Fractions; Geometry and how to find the value of angles marked with Pronumerals, how to simplify Numbers and solve Fractions without the use of a calculator, Number patterns called Binomial Coefficients; finding the area and Perimeter (PAV) finding angles marked with Pronumerals, simplifying Decimals then moving onto Shapes and Number Series.
Math Problems and Solutions
First up, the Guru’s Riddle that was written last century. He claimed that 98% of the world’s population could not solve it. Be part of the 2% that can!
As with all the CMG books, Question Books are separate from Answer Books so as to encourage the student to make some attempt to solve the problem prior to resorting to the answers.
It is worth noting, that in each of the CMG Workbooks, care is taken to provide practice and revision for each of the basic fundamentals of Math thus eliminating one of the main reasons why students fail:
“When students miss out on learning and understanding one of the basic
rules and fundamentals of math, they lose confidence in their ability
to perform in a test situation”
About Robert Ollis
Robert Ollis is a motivator on a mission to inspire all children to achieve to their potential both academically and personally. A Master tutor and teacher with in excess of 35 years teaching experience, he works tirelessly in ensuring that his students achieve at levels they have not previously believed possible.
“I believe that every child is a Genius!”