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Grade 5 Term 3

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Updated May 10, 2024

What Will You Learn?

  • At the end of the term, students will be able to:
  • Estimate and calculate the mean of a set of data.
  • Find the mode of a set of data.
  • Find the median value of a set of data.
  • Find the range of a set of data.
  • Divide a four-digit number by a one, two or three-digit number, including instances where zero is a digit in the quotient.
  • Solve problems requiring division writing the answers in mixed form where necessary.
  • Apply the inverse relationship between multiplication and division.
  • Test for divisibility by 5, 8 or 9.
  • Describe and compare the parts of a circle (circumference, radius, diameter, chord, arc, segment and sector).
  • Solve mathematical sentences for two-step problems.
  • Solve worded problems involving the use of any one or two basic operations.
  • Determine the operations to be used to solve worded problems.
  • Draw and describe nets of pyramids: triangular and square base.
  • Identify and explore properties of pyramids: triangular and square base.
  • Identify pyramids from their nets: triangular and square base.
  • Determine the probabilities of all possible outcomes of a simple event.
  • Identify types of financial institutions.
  • Explain terms used in savings and loans.

Course Content

Welcome

  • Welcome
    00:00

Mean, Mode, Median and Range

Division

Testing for Divisibility

Parts of a Circle

Polygons

Multiple-Step Problems

Algebra

Pyramids

Sample and Population (Revision)

Probability

Financial Institutions

Order of Operations

End of Year Examination

Performance Task PEP Past Papers

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Grade 5 Term 3
$1,536.00 $4,500.00
Instructor
Level
Intermediate
Enrolled
4
Lectures
27 Lessons

Material Includes

  • Video Lessons
  • Daily Assessments
  • Bi-Monthly Examinations
  • End of Term Examinations
  • Past Papers

Requirements

  • Students are required to view video lessons before completing assessments.

Audience

  • Students completing PEP examinations.
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