Chapter 1 Integers

  • 1.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 1.2 RECALL
  • 1.3 PROPERTIES OF ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF INTEGERS
  • 1.4 MULTIPLICATION OF INTEGERS
  • 1.5 PROPERTIES OF MULTIPLICATION OF INTEGERS
  • 1.6 DIVISION OF INTEGERS

Chapter 2 Fractions and Decimals [Video made by Mrs. Indubala, KV Barkuhi][Link shared by Mrs. Indubala, KV Barkuhi], [Link shared by Mrs. Indubala, KV Barkuhi]

  • 2.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 2.2 HOW WELL HAVE YOU LEARNT ABOUT FRACTIONS?
  • 2.3 MULTIPLICATION OF FRACTIONS
  • 2.4 DIVISION OF FRACTIONS
  • 2.5 HOW WELL HAVE YOU LEARNT ABOUT DECIMAL NUMBERS
  • 2.6 MULTIPLICATION OF DECIMAL NUMBERS
  • 2.7 DIVISION OF DECIMAL NUMBERS

Chapter 3 Data Handling

  • 3.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 3.2 COLLECTING DATA
  • 3.3 ORGANISATION OF DATA
  • 3.4 REPRESENTATIVE VALUES
  • 3.5 ARITHMETIC MEAN
  • 3.6 MODE
  • 3.7 MEDIAN
  • 3.8 USE OF BAR GRAPHS WITH A DIFFERENT PURPOSE
  • 3.9 CHANCE AND PROBABILITY

Chapter 4 Simple Equations

  • 4.1 A MIND-READING GAME!
  • 4.2 SETTING UP OF AN EQUATION
  • 4.3 REVIEW OF WHAT WE KNOW
  • 4.4 WHAT EQUATION IS?
  • 4.5 MORE EQUATIONS
  • 4.6 FROM SOLUTION TO EQUATION

Chapter 5 Lines and Angles

  • 5.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 5.2 RELATED ANGLES
  • 5.3 PAIRS OF LINES
  • 5.4 CHECKING FOR PARALLEL LINES

Chapter 6 The Triangle and its Properties

  • 6.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 6.2 MEDIANS OF A TRIANGLE
  • 6.3 ALTITUDES OF A TRIANGLE
  • 6.4 EXTERIOR ANGLE OF A TRIANGLE AND ITS PROPERTY
  • 6.5 ANGLE SUM PROPERTY OF A TRIANGLE
  • 6.6 TWO SPECIAL TRIANGLES : EQUILATERAL AND ISOSCELES
  • 6.7 SUM OF THE LENGTHS OF TWO SIDES OF A TRIANGLE
  • 6.8 RIGHT-ANGLED TRIANGLES AND PYTHAGORAS PROPERTY

Chapter 7 Congruence of Triangles

  • 7.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 7.2 CONGRUENCE OF PLANE FIGURES
  • 7.3 CONGRUENCE AMONG LINE SEGMENTS
  • 7.4 CONGRUENCE OF ANGLES
  • 7.5 CONGRUENCE OF TRIANGLES
  • 7.6 CRITERIA FOR CONGRUENCE OF TRIANGLES
  • 7.7 CONGRUENCE AMONG RIGHT-ANGLED TRIANGLES

Chapter 8 Comparing Quantities

  • 8.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 8.2 EQUIVALENT RATIOS
  • 8.3 PERCENTAGE – ANOTHER WAY OF COMPARING QUANTITIES
  • 8.4 USE OF PERCENTAGES
  • 8.5 PRICES RELATED TO AN ITEM OR BUYING AND SELLING
  • 8.6 CHARGE GIVEN ON BORROWED MONEY OR SIMPLE INTEREST

Chapter 9 Rational Numbers

  • 9.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 9.2 NEED FOR RATIONAL NUMBERS
  • 9.3 WHAT ARE RATIONAL NUMBERS?
  • 9.4 POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE RATIONAL NUMBERS
  • 9.5 RATIONAL NUMBERS ON A NUMBER LINE
  • 9.6 RATIONAL NUMBERS IN STANDARD FORM
  • 9.7 COMPARISON OF RATIONAL NUMBERS
  • 9.8 RATIONAL NUMBERS BETWEEN TWO RATIONAL NUMBERS
  • 9.9 OPERATIONS ON RATIONAL NUMBERS

Chapter 10 Practical Geometry

  • 10.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 10.2 CONSTRUCTION OF A LINE PARALLEL TO A GIVEN LINE, THROUGH A POINT NOT ON THE LINE
  • 10.3 CONSTRUCTION OF TRIANGLES
  • 10.4 CONSTRUCTING A TRIANGLE WHEN THE LENGTHS OF ITS THREE SIDES ARE KNOWN (SSS CRITERION)
  • 10.5 CONSTRUCTING A TRIANGLE WHEN THE LENGTHS OF TWO SIDES AND THE MEASURE OF THE ANGLE BETWEEN THEM ARE KNOWN. (SAS CRITERION)
  • 10.6 CONSTRUCTING A TRIANGLE WHEN THE MEASURES OF TWO OF ITS ANGLES AND THE LENGTH OF THE SIDE INCLUDED BETWEEN THEM IS GIVEN. (ASA CRITERION)
  • 10.7 CONSTRUCTING A RIGHT-ANGLED TRIANGLE WHEN THE LENGTH OF ONE LEG AND ITS HYPOTENUSE ARE GIVEN (RHS CRITERION)
  • Chapter 11 Perimeter and Area
  • 11.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 11.2 SQUARES AND RECTANGLES
  • 11.3 AREA OF A PARALLELOGRAM
  • 11.4 AREA OF A TRIANGLE
  • 11.5 CIRCLES
  • 11.6 CONVERSION OF UNITS
  • 11.7 APPLICATIONS

Chapter 12 Algebraic Expressions

  • 12.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 12.2 HOW ARE EXPRESSIONS FORMED?
  • 12.3 TERMS OF AN EXPRESSION
  • 12.4 LIKE AND UNLIKE TERMS
  • 12.5 MONOMIALS, BINOMIALS, TRINOMIALS AND POLYNOMIALS
  • 12.6 ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS
  • 12.7 FINDING THE VALUE OF AN EXPRESSION
  • 12.8 USING ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS – FORMULAS AND RULES

Chapter 13 Exponents and Powers

  • 13.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 13.2 EXPONENTS
  • 13.3 LAWS OF EXPONENTS
  • 13.4 MISCELLANEOUS EXAMPLES USING THE LAWS OF EXPONENTS
  • 13.5 DECIMAL NUMBER SYSTEM
  • 13.6 EXPRESSING LARGE NUMBERS IN THE STANDARD FORM

Chapter 14 Symmetry

  • 14.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 14.2 LINES OF SYMMETRY FOR REGULAR POLYGONS
  • 14.3 ROTATIONAL SYMMETRY
  • 14.4 LINE SYMMETRY AND ROTATIONAL SYMMETRY

Chapter 15 Visualising Solid Shapes

  • 15.1 INTRODUCTION: PLANE FIGURES AND SOLID SHAPES
  • 15.2 FACES, EDGES AND VERTICES
  • 15.3 NETS FOR BUILDING 3-D SHAPES
  • 15.4 DRAWING SOLIDS ON A FLAT SURFACE
  • 15.5 VIEWING DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF A SOLID