# sap course 1429623977

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Final Exam - 30%

Paper 1 - 20%

Paper 2 - 20%

Oral presentation - 20%

Class Participation - 10%

Development of number systems. Number system and operations. Place value. Basic measurement (length and area). Early algebraic reasoning with number pattern. Properties of two and three-dimensional shapes. Congruence, similarity, geometric transformations, spatial relationships, visualizations. Van Hiele Levels of Geometric Thinking. Analyzing and making mathematical models for everyday situations. Tasks will be centered on problem solving and mathematical reasoning. Basic statistics and probability concepts.

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Upon succesful completion of this course, a student will be able to

1. Identify various number systems and relationships among them.

2. Analyze number pattern.

3. Justify their reasoning using mathematical language.

4. Construct geometric shapes and identify their features.

5. Make mathematical models for everyday situations

6. Create own problem solving strategies, extend and apply them.

7. Understand basic statistics and probability concepts