# CEMC Grades 7 & 8 Mathematics

The CEMC Grades 7 & 8 Math competitions are designed to challenge and inspire students in their math skills.

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CEMC Grades 7 & 8 Mathematics

## Course Concept

The CEMC (Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing) Grade 9/10/11 Courseware is a comprehensive educational resource designed to provide middle and high school students with a deep understanding of mathematics and computing concepts. This courseware aims to go beyond the standard curriculum, challenging students to explore advanced topics, develop problem-solving skills, and prepare for higher-level mathematics and computer science studies. Let's delve into the details of the CEMC Grade 9/10/11 Courseware: Here are the key course objectives of the CEMC Grade 9/10/11 Courseware:

- Mastery of Core Concepts: Develop a strong grasp of fundamental mathematical concepts across various areas, including algebra, geometry, calculus, and discrete mathematics. Acquire a solid understanding of key computing concepts, programming languages, and algorithms.
- Advanced Understanding: Introduce students to advanced mathematical topics that go beyond their standard curriculum, such as linear algebra, number theory, and graph theory. Explore complex computing concepts like data structures, algorithms, and object-oriented programming.
- Problem-Solving Skills: Foster the development of effective problem-solving skills by presenting students with challenging mathematical and computing problems. Encourage students to apply critical thinking, creativity, and logical reasoning to solve intricate problems.
- Real-World Applications: Demonstrate the practical relevance of mathematical and computing concepts by presenting them in real-world contexts and applications. Illustrate how these concepts are used in fields such as engineering, science, finance, and technology.
- Computational Thinking: Enhance students' computational thinking abilities, teaching them to approach problems algorithmically and break them down into manageable steps.

#### CEMC Grades 7 & 8 Mathematics

#### Course Details:

- Dedicated Test Prep Manager to Oversee Your Program
- Physical & Digital Copies of the AP Guru Strategy Guides & Classroom Books
- Test Reports With Detailed Analytics
- Personalized Lesson Notes And Assignments

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## Course Concept

Best-in-class content by leading faculty and industry leaders in the form of videos, cases and projects, assignments and live sessions

COURSE SYLLABUS PDF- What Are Rational Numbers?
- Representing Rational Numbers on the Number Line
- Comparing Fractions
- Describing Fractions as Decimals
- Multiples of Positive Integers
- Factors of Positive Integers
- The Greatest Common Factor
- Comparing Negative Fractions
- Comparing Rational Numbers
- Exponents
- Prime Factorization
- Using Prime Factorizations

- Adding Integers
- Adding Integers: Mental Arithmetic
- Equivalent Fractions
- Adding Rational Numbers on the Number Line
- Adding Rational Numbers
- Subtracting Integers
- Subtracting Rational Numbers
- Multiplying Whole Numbers by Rational Numbers
- Multiplication as Scaling
- Dividing Whole Numbers by Rational Numbers
- Order of Operations
- Multiplying Integers
- Dividing Integers
- Multiplying Fractions
- Dividing Fractions
- Multiplying Decimals
- Dividing Decimals
- Square Roots of Positive Integers
- Order of Operations with Exponents

- What Are Ratios?
- Equivalent Ratios
- Percentages
- Increasing and Decreasing by a Percentage
- Converting Measurement Units
- Unit Rates
- Proportionality
- Proportionality in Tables and Graphs
- Rates and Equations
- Revisiting Percentages
- Rates and Proportional Relationships

- Points, Lines, and Angles
- Triangles
- Angle Bisectors
- Perpendicular Bisectors
- Quadrilaterals
- Polygons
- Diagonals in Quadrilaterals
- Circle Terminology
- Drawing Circles
- Applications of Circles

- Areas of Parallelograms, Triangles, and Trapezoids
- Area of Composite Shapes
- Surface Area
- Volume and Capacity of Prisms
- Representing 3D Objects
- Circumference and Area of a Circle
- Volume and Capacity of a Cylinder
- Surface Area of a Cylinder
- Angles and Intersecting Lines
- Parallel Lines and Transversals

- Congruency
- Congruent Triangles
- The Cartesian Coordinate System
- Graphing Images Under Translations
- Graphing Images Under Reflections
- Graphing Images Under Rotations
- Tessellations
- Similarity
- Similar Triangles
- Dilatations
- Indirect Measurements

- Patterns in Sequences
- The General Term
- Variables
- Recognizing Different Patterns
- Graphing Patterns
- Bringing It All Together
- Representing Sequences
- Equivalent Expressions for the General Term
- Representing Sequences Using Equations
- Decreasing Sequences
- Sequences All Around Us

- Variables and Expressions
- Linear Relationships
- Modelling with Equations
- Solving Equations Using Visual Models and by Inspection
- Solving Equations by Trial and Error
- Solving Inequalities Using Visual Models and by Inspection
- Introducing Like Terms
- Collecting Like Terms
- Solving One-Step Equations Using Algebra
- Solving Two-Step Equations Using Algebra
- Solving One-Step Inequalities Using Algebra
- Solving Two-Step Inequalities Using Algebra
- Evaluating Expressions and Solving Equations
- Equations with Multiple Variables
- The Pythagorean Theorem

- Types of Data
- Bias in Data Collection
- Organizing Data in Tables and Graphs
- Organizing Data in Graphs
- Bias in Data Representation
- Continuous Data
- Organizing Numerical Data Into Intervals
- Histograms
- Scatter Plot

- Mean, Median, and Mode
- Changes in Measures of Central Tendency
- Choosing a Measure of Central Tendency
- Interpreting Data in Graphs
- Interpreting Histograms
- Interpreting Scatter Plots
- Rate of Change on Scatter Plots
- Using Measures of Central Tendency to Make Comparisons

- Probabilities of Single Events
- Independent Events
- Experimental Probability
- Using Probabilities to Make Predictions
- Experimental Versus Theoretical Probability
- Complementary Events
- Simulations Using Probability Models
- Revisiting Independent Events

## Private Tutoring

- You get your instructor’s undivided attention and a guided exploration of their subject with both theory and applications taught live in class.
- Expert guidance at every step that involves interactive sessions, class notes, worksheets, class recordings, and access to past papers.
- Specialist subject tutors who have graduated from top universities with a passion for teaching and a dedicated program manager to track your progress.

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- A teacher who is a 99th percentile scorer in the subject he or she teaches
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## Targeted Assessments

- Topic-wise worksheets and graded assessments (with marking schemes) to ensure mastery of each topic tested on the school exams.
- Doubt sessions after every couple of classes to review incorrect questions.
- Additional worksheets on topic areas of concern.

## Mentoring & Support

- A Program Manager helps you at every step.
- Dedicated support to resolve doubts, set up test schedules and sessions, and send reminders.
- Parents Teacher Meetings - We set up monthly parent-teacher meetings for you to interact with the tutors.

## Comprehensive Curriculum

- Track your progress including topic, class and homework discussion.
- 10 Months of exhaustive exam prep to get you ready.
- Last 2 months of Exam Improvement Pointers and Strategies for writing high-scoring answers.

## Support In Nearly Every AP Subject

#### CEMC Computer Science

Test Prep

CEMC Computer ScienceMode:

Online (One-on-One)

Program Options:

IB Math AA HL

IB Physics HL

IB Chemistry HL

IB Math AI HL

Grades:

10-12

Payments:

Pay Per Hour, Entire Program

#### CEMC Grade 12 Advanced Functions and Pre-Calculus

Mode:

Online (One-on-One)

Program Options:

IB Math AA HL

IB Physics HL

IB Chemistry HL

IB Math AI HL

Grades:

10-12

Payments:

Pay Per Hour, Entire Program

#### CEMC Grade 12 Calculus and Vectors

Test Prep

CEMC Grade 12 Calculus and VectorsMode:

Online (One-on-One)

Program Options:

IB Math AA HL

IB Physics HL

IB Chemistry HL

IB Math AI HL

Grades:

10-12

Payments:

Pay Per Hour, Entire Program

#### CEMC Grade 9/10/11 Courseware

Test Prep

CEMC Grade 9/10/11 CoursewareMode:

Online (One-on-One)

Program Options:

IB Math AA HL

IB Physics HL

IB Chemistry HL

IB Math AI HL

Grades:

10-12

Payments:

Pay Per Hour, Entire Program

#### CEMC Grades 7 & 8 Mathematics

Test Prep

CEMC Grades 7 & 8 MathematicsMode:

Online (One-on-One)

Program Options:

IB Math AA HL

IB Physics HL

IB Chemistry HL

IB Math AI HL

Grades:

10-12

Payments:

Pay Per Hour, Entire Program

#### CEMC Problem Solving and Mathematical Discovery

Mode:

Online (One-on-One)

Program Options:

IB Math AA HL

IB Physics HL

IB Chemistry HL

IB Math AI HL

Grades:

10-12

Payments:

Pay Per Hour, Entire Program

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Take a Trial Class

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