The Department of Mathematics strives to help students acquire the ability to explore, conjecture and reason logically for lifelong learning. Therefore, our curriculum aims to develop students’ ability to conceptualize inquire, reason, communicate, formulate and solve problems mathematically; and their capability of appreciating the aesthetic nature and cultural aspects of mathematics. In response to the rapid development of science and technology and the changing needs of society, our curriculum incorporates the use of information technology for interactive learning and self-directed learning as well as diversified learning activities at different levels, such as hands-on exploratory activities, project work, mathematics reading activities, and activities that based on a topic in Mathematics to integrate relevant learning elements from other KLAs. All these can nurture students a positive learning attitude and habit essential to the pursuit of academic excellence.


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S3-- understanding how to derive the formula of the Total Surface

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