Primary 6 (Lesson 7)

Aims of Syllabus

The Primary Mathematics Syllabus aims to enable all students to:

  • acquire mathematical concepts and skills for everyday use and continuous learning in mathematics;
  • develop thinking, reasoning, communication, application and metacognitive skills through a mathematical approach to problem-solving; and
  • build confidence and foster interest in mathematics

Source: MOE, Singapore

What is covered in this lesson?

In lesson 6, we covered all the types of Ratio concepts involving quantity transfer. In lesson 7, we will begin with questions involving *Proportion Transfer*. Proportion Transfer questions are more complex than Quantity Transfer questions.

The complexity can be managed through systematic data recording. In this lesson, it is important to take note of the way data is recorded.

  • Proportion External Transfer
  • Proportion and Quantity External Transfer

Who is suitable to take this course?

  • 12 years old
  • Singapore – Primary 6
  • Malaysia – Form 6
  • American system – Grade 6
  • UK system – Year 6

1
P6L7 – Proportional External Transfer
5 questions
2
P6L7 – Proportion and Quantity External Transfer
5 questions
There is no fixed passing score. Different quizzes have different passing scores, depending on the difficulty of the lesson.
We do not encourage students to skip lessons. In order to fully benefit from the practices, it is important that students follow the sequence of the lessons prescribed.
Yes. In total, each level will have 49 lessons.
If you notice that there is an error in the question, please send us an email at error@matrixmath.sg. We will need to know the course number, lesson number and question number.
Sorry, once a lesson is completed, you are not allowed to retake it again. We would like our students to take every quiz seriously and achieve their best in the first attempt.

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