Unit 6 Lesson 2:

Starter (Curriculum of Connection)

If you have not done the optional readings in Lesson 1, you are to go through these readings which will helps you to recollect and reconnect the past knowledge to build on new knowledge.


a) Simplify Radical : http://www.purplemath.com/modules/radicals.htm

b) Adding and subtracting surds: http://www.purplemath.com/modules/radicals3.htm

c) Multiplying surds: http://www.purplemath.com/modules/radicals4.htm#conjugate

You should have mastered all these skills. If not, you must go through these seriously.

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Main Course : (Curriculum of Core)

Go through these materials to master the skill in rationalizing surds. (Important***)

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You should have the ppt slidess. Fill up the solutions. Take this process seriously as it will ensure that you have master the required skills. If your ppt is in ...., click here


Have you master the skills? For more examples, do visit the reading below.

Rationalizing surds : http://www.purplemath.com/modules/radicals5.htm

Now, proceed to complete the Skill Check for Lesson 2. I had printed for you folks.

If your Skill Check Lesson 2 is MIA, click on the link below and ...



Dessert :(Curriculum of Practice)

These are the six habits adopted by the Mathematics Department in HCI (2009-Now).

1. The habit of Persisting


2. The habit of Striving for accuracy and precision (Mathematical language)

3. The habit of Applying past knowledge to new situations

4. The habit of Thinking flexibly

5. The habit of Responding with wonderment and awe

6. The habit of Questioning and Posing problems

Click on the respective link below to complete your reflection for the day. It must be completed by 5pm of each day lesson.

Reflection Unit 6 Lesson 2 (3O1)

Reflection Unit 6 Lesson 2 (3O2)

Reflection Unit 6 Lesson 2 (3V2)