# Lesson Category: Form 2

## Form 2 Unit 7:Lesson 4 -Word Problems involving Inequality

Objective At the end of the lesson, students should be able to interpret word problems and represent each information in a linear compound inequality. There are some problems which are stated in words. Such word problems can be written as algebraic equations or inequalities depending on how the question is put. Key Words for Inequalities: …

## Form 2. Unit 7: Lesson 3- Solving Inequality

Objectives At the end of the lesson, students should be able to solve: An Inequality with the variable on one side. An Inequality with the variable on both sides. An Inequality containing brackets. An Inequality involving fractions. Inequality questions are solved just like equality questions. The only difference is when dividing or multiplying by a …

## Form 2 Unit 7: Lesson 2- Compound Inequalities

Objective At the end of the lesson, students should be able to represent compound inequalities on a number line. Many times, solutions lie between two quantities rather than continuing endlessly in one direction. For example systolic (top number) blood pressure that is between 120 and 139 mm Hg is called borderline high blood pressure. This …

## Form 2 Unit 7: Lesson 1- Number Line

Objective At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to illustrate an expression with an inequality sign on a number line. When the symbol “=” is used in a mathematical statement, it is referred to as an equation. However, when symbols such as are used we refer to such statements as inequalities. …

## Form 2 Unit 8: Lesson 8 – Simple Interest

Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to solve consumer arithmetic problems involving simply interest.  Simple Interest When you borrow and lend money, there is always the issue of payback. When you payback you do not just give the same amount you originally borrowed but you add a little amount …

## Form 2 Unit 8: Lesson 7 – Discounts

Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to solve consumer arithmetic problems involving discount. Sometimes wholesalers and shops allow goods to be sold at a price lower than the marked price especially to customers who buy in large quantities or at certain times of the year. This means that the customers …

## Form 2 Unit 8: Lesson 6 – Commission [Application of Percentages]

Objectives: At the end of the lesson, students should be able to solve consumer arithmetic problems involving commission. A commission is a percentage of the selling price of goods sold, offered as an income incentive to a sales person. It is a form of payment to the agent for a service rendered. Commission = x% …

## Form 2 Unit 8: Lesson 5- Profit and Loss [ Application of Percentages]

Objective At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: Solve consumer arithmetic problems involving profit and loss. Application of percentages Percentages are often used for calculations involving money in our daily life. The Price of most quantity increases or decreases by a percentage overtime. The change in price are often reported in …

## Form 2 Unit 8: Lesson 4 – Finding the Percentage Change

Objective At the end of the lesson, students should be able to: Know how to find the percentage change. Find the percentages of a given quantity. In this section we will look at how we can calculate percentage change. To find the percentage change (increase or decrease), we express the change in quantity as a …

## Form 2 Unit 8: Lesson 3- Increasing and Decreasing by a Given Percentage

Objective: At the end of the lesson, student should be able to increase and decrease a quantity by a given percentage. In the era of fluctuating prices of goods and services, it is necessary to understand the concept of increasing and decreasing by a given percentage since prices of goods and services are constantly changing. …

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