
Week one : Mensuration 9
The concept of B – D a shape cube, cuboids, cylinder, triangular prism, cone, rectangular based pyramid, total surface area of cone, cylinder and their volumes. MENSURATION OF SOLID SHAPES : Properties of solid shapes

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Week Two : Volumes of frustums of cone, rectangular based pyramid and other pyramids 0
(a) Volumes of frustums of cone, rectangular based pyramid and other pyramids (b) Proofs of angles sum of a triangle = 180o (c) The exterior angle
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Week Three : GEOMETRICAL CONSTRUCTION 0
(a) Revision of Construction of Triangle (b) Drawing and bisection of Line Segment (c) Construction and Bisection of Angles 90o, 45o, 135o, 221/2o, 571/2o (d) Construction and Bisection of Angles: 30o, 60o, 90o, 120o, 150o
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Week Four : CONSTRUCTIONS 0
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Week Five : Deductive proof 0
Sum of angles in a triangle The sum of the angles of a triangle is 180.
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Week Six : STATISTICS 0
CONTENT: COLLECTION, TABULATION AND PRESENTATION OF DATA
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Week Seven : Revision 0
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Week Eight : Collection, Tabulation and Presentation of Grouped Data 0
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Week Nine : Calculation of Range, Median and Mode of Grouped data 0
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Week Ten : Statistical Graphs 0
Drawing of bar chart, piechart and histogram Cumulative frequency curve Reading and drawing inferences from the graph
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Week Eleven : Mean Deviation, Variance and standard Deviation of Grouped Data use in solving practical problems related to real life situations 0
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A Triangular Prism
A triangular prism has the following properties:
 It has 6 vertices
 It has 9 straight edges
 It also has 3 rectangular faces and two triangular faces which are the end faces
 Its net consist of 3 rectangles and 2 triangles joined together