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Maths curricula class 8
Part 1 : That´s what the pupils should be able to do already
A) Basics Add numbers Subtract numbers Multiply numbers Divide numbers
B) Chance measures Lenghts Weights Times Areas Volumes
C) Prime numbers Biggest common divisor Least common multiply Theorem of Erathostenes
D) Fractions Add and subtract fractions Multiply and divide fractions Reduce fractions Terms with fractions Change fractions into decimals
E) Decimals Basic arithmetics with decimals Terms with decimals Change decimals into fractions
F) Negative numbers Basic arithmetics with negative numbers Tems with negative numbers
G) Terms Summarize Terms with brackets Terms with using special mathematic rules
H) Areas Drawing, Constructing and Calculating with
I) Fields Draw cubes, cuboids, cylinders and cones Surface of cube and cuboid Volume of cube and cuboid
J) Angles Draw angles Measure angles Divide angles in half by construction Copy angles by construction
K) Rectangles Construct rectangles in different ways Incircle and circumcircle of rectangles
L) Other constructions reflection about an axis dividing lines in several parts perpendicular
Percentages Solving mathematical problems by using all three percentage formulas
proportions / antiproportions Solving mathematical problems by using the rule of three Solving mathematical problems by drawing (Cartesian coordinate system)Cartesiancoordinatesystem
Equations Linear equations : Examples : 5x + 3 = 19 7 * (x+4) = 56 65 --------- = 5 x- 6 Solving problems by equations
Part 2 That´s what our children will have to learn during the next two years :
circle Area and extent tangent Circle diagramm Circular arc
Volumes and surfaces of fields with circles Volume and surface of cylinder Volume and surface of cones Volume and surface of spheres
Rotation, Shift and Dilation
Theorem of Pythagoras square roots nth-degree
Volume and surface oy pyramids
.. and of course : Repeat all topics from Part A !!
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