# JS One Mathematics Second Term 2022/2023 Session

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## Mathematics Second Term Scheme of Work by Topic

### COUNTING IN BASE 2 | JS1 Mathematics 2nd Term

I. Counting in groups of two II. Addition of numbers in base two III. Addition of two or three-digit binary numbers IV. Subtraction of numbers in base 2 V. Subtraction of two or three-digit binary numbers. Learn more >>>

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### MULTIPLICATION OF NUMBERS IN BASE 2 | JS1 Mathematics 2nd Term

I. Multiplication of two 2-digit binary numbers II. Quantitative aptitude related to conversions and applications

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### ADDITION AND SUBTRATION OF NUMBERS WITH EMPHASIS ON PLACE VALUES | JS1 Mathematics 2nd Term

I. To find place value of a digit in a number

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### ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE INTEGERS ON THE NUMBER LINE

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### ALGEBRAIC PROCESSES â€“ USE OF SYMBOLS I

I. Open sentences II. Appreciating the relationship between addition and subtraction III. Multiplication and division IV. Use of letters to represent symbols or shape in open sentences

### ALGEBRAIC PROCESSES â€“ SIMPLE EXPRESSIONS II

I. Solving open sentences with two arithmetic operations II. Solving world problems involving use of symbols III. Quantitative aptitude (reasoning) on the use of symbols

### ALGEBRAIC PROCESSES â€“ IDENTIFICATION OF COEFFICIENT OF TERMS III

I. Identification of coefficients of terms II. Basic arithmetic operations applied to expressions of similar terms III. Collection and simplification of like terms IV. Use of brackets

## Take a Quiz for JS1 Mathematics 2nd Term

Efforts and courage are not enough without purpose and direction. John F. Kennedy, 35th US president
Educationâ€™s purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one. Malcolm Forbes, entrepreneur
If you donâ€™t sacrifice for what you want, what you want becomes the sacrifice. Unknown

1. Simplify the following expression: 3x +Â Â  8x â€“ 36

2. Express 12 as a percentage of 60. JSCE 2018 Q45 Ogun State

3. If y – 20 = 20, then y = … JSCE 2018 Q8 Ogun State

4. Simplify 8 – (-2) – (-1) JSCE 2016 Q2 Ogun State

5. Which of the following is 20% of 1 hour? JSCE 2018 Q6 Ogun State

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