Wednesday, June 8, 2011

June Vacation Chap 9.2 RATE (L4) Self-Paced Learning

1. Mathematics Textbook 1B
(a) Go through Chapter 9 (p9 to p11)
(b) Attempt Exercise 9.2 Q1 to Q10.
Enter your answers to Exercise 9.2 under Comments. Label your Answers with Question numbers.

2. ACELearning Portal: eLearning Portal
> Subject: Secondary 1 Express
> Additional Arithmetic
> Ratio, Rate and Speed: Choose Rate

(a) Go through video lessons: Rate, Average Rate, Example 1, Example 2
(b) Try Practice Drills on your own to check your understanding
Note: An email has been sent to all students via the AceLearning

13 comments:

  1. Kat Yong Jie says this is strictly copyrighted so he6/11/2011 01:03:00 PM

    1a) $3.50
    b) 72
    c) 47
    d) $120
    e) 4
    f) 60

    2a) $23
    b) $920

    3a) 9km/litre
    b)$1.20/litre

    4a)87.5g
    b) 1 3/7g

    5a) $15
    b) $150

    6a) $22.5
    b) $450

    7a) 27 litres
    b) 3 minutes

    8a) $26
    b) 25g
    c) $78, 3kg

    9a) $201600
    b) $4200

    10a) 19 8/27g
    b) It weighs and has less mass than the pure gold cube side 3cm
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  2. Eh Yong jie, what if we have the same answer as you? You gonna sue us? And anything posted under comments is public.

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  3. 1. (a) $3.5 (b) 72 (c) 47 (d) 80 (e) 4 (f) 60
    2. (a) $23/h (b) $920/week
    3. (a) 9km/liter (b) $1.20/liter
    4. (a) 87.5g (b) 0.7g
    5. (a) $15 (b) $150
    6. (a) $22.5 (b) $450
    7. (a) 27 liters (b) 180s or 3min
    8. (a) $26 (b) 25-g (c) We need a 3kg pack fertilizer and we need $72.
    9. (a) $201600 (b) $4200
    10. (a) 19.3g (b) No. This cube weighs less than the cube that was made out of pure gold.

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  4. 1) (a) 3.50 (b) 72 (c) 47 (d) 80 (e) 4 (f) 60
    2) (a) $23/h (b) $920/wk
    3) (a) 9km/L (b) $1.20/L
    4) (a) 87.5g (b) 1.42g/cm^3
    5) (a) $15/ticket (b) $150
    6) (a) $22.50/m^2 (b)$450
    7) (a) 27L/min (b) 3 min
    8) (a)$26/kg (b) 25g (c) Mass: 3kg Cost: $78
    9) (a) $201 600 (b)$4200/m^2
    10) (a) 19.3g/cm^3 (b) No. The cube has lesser mass than the mass of a pure gold cube of sides 2cm.

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  5. 1) a)$3.50 b)72 c)47 d)80 e)4 f)60
    2) a)$23/h b)$920/week
    3) a)9L/km b)$1.20/L
    4) a)87.5g b)4.2g
    5) a)$15 b)$150
    6) a)$22.50 b)$450
    7) a) 0.45L/s b)3minutes or 180 seconds
    8) a)$26/kg b)25g/m^2 c)$78
    9) a)$201600 b)$4200/m^2
    10) a)19.3g b) No, the cube weighs less than how much it SHOULD weigh if it were pure gold as compared to the previous cube, therefore, it is NOT a cube made of pure gold

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  6. YESH. IT TOOK ME 40 mins to do it, rate: 40 mins/10questions =approximately 4 min/qns :D

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  7. We dont need to post it here la??
    The teachers can simply check it up from the Ace learning submission or they dont need the answer cos is a P-R-A-C-T-I-C-E

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  8. Huh? What Ace-Learning submission and are you sure?

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  9. im very confused(matthewwong)6/26/2011 08:57:00 PM

    I think i lost my maths textbook and i dont think i have recieved the email through ace learning so im not sure wat to do...

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  11. 1. a)3.50 b)72 c)47 d)80 f)60
    2. a)$23 b)$920
    3. a)9km/litre b)$1.20
    4. a)87.5g b)4.2g
    5. a)$15 b)$150
    6. a)$22.50 b)$450
    7. a)27litres b)3min
    8. a)$26 b)25g c)3kg, $78
    9. a)$201600 b)$42000
    10.a) 19.3g/ (b) No. The cube has lesser mass than the mass of a pure gold cube of sides 2cm if it is calculated

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  12. And I missed out 1e which should be 4.

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  13. 1.
    a) $3.50
    b) 72
    c) 47
    d) 80
    e) 4
    f) 60

    2.
    a) $23
    b) 920

    3.
    a) 9km/L
    b) $1.20/L

    4.
    a) 87.5g
    b) 4.2g

    5.
    a) $15
    b) $150

    6.
    a) $22.50
    b) $450

    7.
    a) 27L
    b) 3 min

    8.
    a) $26
    b) 25g
    c) 3kg
    d) $78

    9.
    a) $201 600
    b) $4200

    10.
    a) 19.3g
    b) No, the cube has less mass than the pure gold cube.

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