**28 March 2017 (Tuesday)**

(A) During the lesson...

- We made an attempt to link the Pascal Triangle with the expansion of (a + 1)^n
- Coefficients
- You were briefly introduced to the Binomial Expansion (see an earlier post below)
- Simplified version: (a + 1)^n and (a + b)^n
- Note that Binomial Expansion/ Theorem are not tested in Sec 1 (S3 Add Maths syllabus). It is, nevertheless, good to be aware the existence of such theorem that would be very useful when we have to handle expansion of (a + b)^n when n is large.

- Counting strategies
- Multiplication Principle
- Arrangement Principle
- The use of diagrams to organise information to aid visualisation

(B) After lesson (SASMO Preparation)...

- Simultaneous Equations

**29 March 2017 (Wednesday)**

Number patterns and sequence (Divide and Conquer)

- Group work where each group is divided into two teams to tackle a pair of questions.
- There are two deliverables to be posted in the Google Classroom as a new post.

Complete the remaining 7 questions.

One of the questions will be used as the Summative Assessment Question in lesson on Monday (3 April 2017)

THINGS to bring on THURSDAY: Submit your MATHS File - line them up on the cupboard top.

Hao Min will note down those who have not submitted by tomorrow 3.30 pm, and email to me.

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