JS2 Mathematics 2nd Term

JS Two Mathematics Second Term 2022/2023 Session

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SIMPLE EQUATIONS – HARDER PROBLEMS ON ALGEBRAIC FRACTIONS | JS2 Mathematics 2nd Term

I. Definition of equations II. Solving simple equations

An equation is defined as an open sentence with an equal sign. Solving an equation means finding a value of the unknown which makes the equation true. Any letter such as a, b, c, x, y, z, etc can be used as unknown.

WORD PROBLEMS ON ALGEBRAIC FRACTIONS | JS2 Mathematics 2nd Term

I. Word problems leading to simple algebraic fractions II. Problem solving

LINEAR INEQUALITY IN ONE VARIABLE | JS2 Mathematics 2nd Term

I. Inequalities II. Graphs of inequalities III. Solution of inequalities

GRAPHS – PLOTTING POINTS ON THE CARTESIAN PLANE I | JS2 Mathematics 2nd Term

I. Plotting points on the Cartesian plane II. Linear equation in two variables III. Graph of linear equation in two variables

Steps in plotting a graph

  1. Prepare a table of value for function or equation given
  2. Draw the axes (x-axis and y-axis)
  3. Choose the appropriate scale if not given
  4. Choose any convenient range of your choice for x if not given.
  5. Plot the points according to the calculated coordinate pairs
  6. Join the plotted points using rule for a straight line graph and curve for  quadratic graph

GRAPHS – PLANE SHAPES ON THE CARTESIAN PLANE II

I. Plotting and joining of points to form plane shapes

GRAPHS III

I. Linear graphs from real life situation II. Quantitative reasoning on linear graph

PLANE FIGURES OR PLANE SHAPES

I. Properties of Quadrilateral (i.e. parallelogram, rhombus, and kite)

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1. Which of the following is NOT equivalent to ½? JSCE 2018 Q2 Ogun State

 
 
 
 

2. The number of minutes in 2½ hours is — JSCE 2018 Q1 Ogun State

 
 
 
 

3. Find the LCM of 24pq and 16p2q. JSCE 2017 Q30 Ogun State

 
 
 
 

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

 
 
 
 

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

 
 
 
 

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