IB MYP Mathematics

IB MYP Mathematics promotes both inquiry and application, helping students to develop problem-solving techniques that transcend the discipline and that are useful in various contexts. The framework encompasses number, algebra, geometry and trigonometry, statistics and probability. Students who pursue this course will benefit in developing skills required to attempt all the criteria and objectives that will be tested in the e-assessments

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In this module, the students develop the ability to work with numbers and symbols is an essential skill in mathematics. Students also learn the operations of numbers, inequalities, surds and exponents, standard form and number sequences. They gain an in-depth understanding of number operations which is essential to learn other math concepts and also useful to solve questions meeting the criteria. This module focuses on all the criteria in numbers context.

**Prior Learning: **Students are expected to be well versed with the concepts order of operations, ratio and proportions, percentages and fractions.

**Technology:** DESMOS & GeoGebra

**Content:**

- Absolute values
- Representing and solving inequalities, including compound and double inequalities
- Irrational numbers
- Surds, roots and radicals, including simplifying
- Standard form (scientific notation)
- Laws of exponents, including integer and negative exponents
- Number systems notation
- Direct and inverse proportion
- Number sequences (prediction, description)

**Duration of the module:** 6 Hours (Three sessions of 2 hours each)**Fee:** SGD 240/-**Module Code:** IBMYPM1**Mode of Teaching:** Online**How to enrol:** Fill in the form and submit for slots and payment details **CLICK HERE**

In this module, the students will develop the ability to gain a clear understanding of functions and its applications with the analytical and technology-based approach. Students also learn to create different representations of functions to model the relationships between variables, visually and symbolically as graphs, equations and tables represent different ways to communicate mathematical ideas. They will be able to explore and attempt this unit in different contexts and criteria.

**Prior Learning: **Students are expected to be well versed with the concepts.

**Technology: **DESMOS and GeoGebra

**Content:**

- Function Mappings
- Function notation
- Domain and range
- Inverse functions
- Exponential functions
- Composite functions
- Linear functions
- y = mx + c
- Parallel and perpendicular lines
- Systems of equations/simultaneous equations
- Quadratic functions
- Algorithms

**Duration of the module:** 10 Hours (Five sessions of 2 hours each)**Fee:** SGD 400/-**Module Code:** IBMYPM2**Mode of Teaching:** Online**How to enrol:** Fill in the form and submit for slots and payment details **CLICK HERE**

In this module, The student develop the ability to gain a clear understanding of functions and its applications with the analytical and technology-based approach. Students also learn to create different representations of functions to model the relationships between variables, visually and symbolically as graphs, equations and tables represent different ways to communicate mathematical ideas. They will be able to explore and attempt this unit in different contexts and criteria.

**Prior Learning: **Students are expected to be well versed with the concepts.

Technology: DESMOS and GeoGebra

Content:

- Function Mappings
- Function notation
- Domain and range
- Inverse functions
- Exponential functions
- Composite functions
- Linear functions
- y = mx + c
- Parallel and perpendicular lines
- Systems of equations/simultaneous equations
- Quadratic functions
- Algorithms

**Duration of the module: **10 Hours (Five sessions of 2 hours each)**Fee: **SGD 400/-**Module Code: **IBMYPM3**Mode of Teaching: **Online **How to enrol: **Fill in the form and submit for slots and payment details** CLICK HERE**

In this module, the students develop the ability to gain a clear understanding of functions and its applications with the analytical and technology-based approach. Students also learn to create different representations of functions to model the relationships between variables, visually and symbolically as graphs, equations and tables represent different ways to communicate mathematical ideas. They will be able to explore and attempt this unit in different contexts and criteria.

**Prior Learning:** Students are expected to be well versed with the concepts of functions and linear and quadratic functions

**Technology:** DESMOS and GeoGebra

**Content:**

- Transformation of quadratic functions
- Rational functions
- Graphing trigonometric functions
- Linear programming, including inequalities
- Networks—edges and arcs, nodes/vertices, paths
- Calculating network pathways
- Weighted networks
- Logarithmic functions
- Functions including
- Natural Logarithm and e
- Transforming cubic and trigonometric functions

**Duration of the module:** 12 Hours (Six sessions of 2 hours each)**Fee:** SGD 480/-**Module Code:** IBMYPM4**Mode of Teaching:** Online**How to enrol:** Fill in the form and submit for slots and payment details **CLICK HERE**

In this module, the students develop the ability to learn geometric concepts: Properties of measures, 2D and 3D geometric shapes, Trigonometry, Bearings, Circle geometry and transformations of a 2D shape in different variations. Students enhance their skills and competency to attempt a variety of questions. This module focuses on all the criteria in geometry context.

**Prior Learning: **Students are expected to be well versed with the concepts unit conversions, area and perimeter, Pythagoras theorem.

**Technology:** DESMOS and GeoGebra

**Content:**

- Metric conversions
- Volume of regular polyhedra
- Similarity and congruence
- Coordinate geometry, including distance, midpoint and gradient formulae
- Movement on a plane—isometric transformations, enlargements and tessellations
- Circle geometry
- Rotation around a given point

**Duration of the module:** 10 Hours (Five sessions of 2 hours each)**Fee:** SGD 400/-**Module Code:** IBMYPM5**Mode of Teaching:** Online**How to enrol:** Fill in the form and submit for slots and payment details CLICK HERE

In this module, the students develop the ability to learn geometric concepts: Properties of measures, 2D and 3D geometric shapes, Trigonometry, Bearings, Circle geometry and transformations of a 2D shape in different variations. Students enhance their skills and competency to attempt a variety of questions. This module focuses on all the criteria in geometry context.

**Prior Learning: **Students are expected to be well versed with the concepts of area and perimeter of compound shapes and Pythagoras theorem applications

Technology: DESMOS and GeoGebra

Content:

- Volume and capacity (additional shapes)
- Enlargement around a given point
- Enlargement by a rational factor
- Gradients of perpendicular lines
- Identical representation of transformations

**Duration of the module:** 8 Hours (Four sessions of 2 hours each)**Fee:** SGD 320/-**Module Code:** IBMYPM6**Mode of Teaching:** Online**How to enrol:** Fill in the form and submit for slots and payment details CLICK HERE

In this module, the students develop the ability to understand and solve the concept of statistics, probability and combination of both oriented questions. This module focuses on various sampling techniques, measures of dispersion, sets and Venn diagrams and probability events. This module prepares and gives confidence in the students to face the final e-assessment. This module covers all the criteria.

**Prior Learning:** Students are expected to be well versed with the concepts measures of dispersion and basic probability.

**Technology:** DESMOS and GeoGebra

**Content:**

- Sampling techniques
- Data manipulation and misinterpretation
- Graphical representations (including bivariate graphs, scatter graphs, box plots, cumulative frequency graphs)
- Lines of best fit
- Data processing: quartiles and percentiles
- Measures of dispersion: interquartile range
- Correlation, qualitative handling
- Relative frequency
- Response rates
- Sets, including notation and operations up to three sets
- Probability with Venn diagrams, tree diagrams and sample spaces
- Mutually exclusive events
- Combined events

**Duration of the module:** 16 Hours (Eight sessions of 2 hours each)**Fee:** SGD 640/-**Module Code:** IBMYPM7**Mode of Teaching:** Online**How to enrol:** Fill in the form and submit for slots and payment details CLICK HERE

In this module, the students will develop the ability to understand and solve the concept of statistics, probability and combination of both oriented questions. This module focuses on various sampling techniques, measures of dispersion, sets and Venn diagrams and probability events. This module prepares and gives confidence in the students to face the final e-assessment. This module covers all the criteria.

**Prior Learning: **Students are expected to be well versed with the concepts of Probability properties, Correlation and measures of dispersion

**Technology:** DESMOS and GeoGebra

**Content:**

- The measure of dispersion: standard deviation
- Correlation, quantitative handling, using technology
- Histograms for continuous fixed interval groups
- Addition and multiplication rule—conditional probability
- Probability calculations
- Dependent and independent events

**Duration of the module:** 14 Hours (Seven sessions of 2 hours each)**Fee:** SGD 560/-**Module Code:** IBMYPM8**Mode of Teaching:** Online**How to enrol:** Fill in the form and submit for slots and payment details **CLICK HERE**