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Our number system uses ten digits. The position of a digit in a number determines its value. In the system of Place Value, the digits stay in their correct positions during addition and subtraction. Multiplication is the process of adding numbers in a pattern. Division is the process of sharing equally. Estimation and simplification help to make calculation easier. Operations of numbers must be performed in the correct order – BODMAS.

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Regarding to this as a new platform of learn capacity for our citizenship learners however but i would like to comment on my corner of confusion. wishes if the MEHRD to be uploaded all protocols and learning materials in PDF so that coverage of the system can reach out everywhere for learners and those who access to network and or internet.

Today population getting increase in homes compare to education accessibility for people but only few. With that unfortunate ones can also in the same canoe too.

it is good all should be converted to pdf. which help students to get the notes to help them.

Access the curriculum and note

We have to consider also, the fact that the English level of comprehension of the majority of our form 1 students nationwide is very poor. I suggest the admins of this website consider more interactive ways to present the concepts of these lessons. It’s about time we make web interactive web apps (with java script) as to make students enjoy studying or revising what they have learned at school on this particular platform. For instance, how about putting certain animations on each of the lessons. Just a thought….. these notes may just be a bit confusing and boring for our students. Just a thought

Great suggestion!

Regards,

Admin

Please can I access the year 7 mathematic and download for my child

Yes you can access the Pearson Textbooks.

Thanks

Peter