### 11. Advanced Mathematics Skills

 COMPETITION 11. ADVANCED MATHEMATICS SKILLS ELIGIBILITY Class II – X of CBSE, ICSE, IGCSE and SSC Boards SUBJECT(S) MATHEMATICS DESCRIPTION Mathematics is a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity, shape and arrangement. Mathematics is used throughout the world as an essential tool in many fields, including natural science, engineering, medicine, and the social sciences. Every student has to gain optimum knowledge to excel in Mathematics. Besides, most of the entrance tests in our country comprises Maths and Science. Therefore students must be exposed to different types of tests so that they are proficient in the basics for facing any competitive or entrance examinations. OBJECTIVE To create an understanding of aims, values, objectives of mathematical education. Understand the relationship of Mathematics with other subjects, process and product related to it. Develop techniques of speed and accuracy. To create awareness of the contribution of great mathematicians and scientists. To inculcate mathematical temper. To invoke curiosity. LEVELS PRELIMS FINALS TEST(S) ADVANCED MATHEMATICS TEST I – 111 ADVANCED MATHEMATICS TEST II – 112 TYPE OF TEST Objective Subjective MAX. MARKS Class II To IV is 60 Marks Class V To X is 75 Marks Class II To IV is 40 Marks Class V To X is 60 Marks DURATION 75 Minutes 60 Minutes TYPE OF QUESTIONS Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) ANSWER SHEET OMR – Optical Mark Reader Plain Answer Sheet ASSESSMENT PARAMETERS Knowledge, Comprehension and Synthesis. Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis and Synthesis. SYLLABUS CLASS II Numbers (1 – 100) Numbers (upto 1000) Types of Numbers Addition Subtraction Introducing multiplication and Division Measurement Time and Calender Shapes and Patterns Money Handling Data CLASS III Fun with Numbers Give and Take Multiplication & Division Time Money Measurement Shapes& Patterns Fractions Where to look from Smart Charts Geometry CLASS IV Give and Take Multiplication and Division Measurement Fractions Multiples and Factors Unitary Method Time Money Patterns and Shapes Smart Charts Perimeter and Area Geometry Carts and Wheels CLASS V I) Arithmetic : Play with Numbers Arithmetic operations and Simplification Factor Multiple HCF & LCM Fraction Decimal and Percentage II) Arithmetic Application: Measurement Time and Temperature Average Speed & Distance Money Bill Money Simple interest and Discount Mapping skills III) Geometry : Exploring shapes Patters and their Symmetry Solid shapes and their Nets Volumes Area and Perimeter Smart Charts Geometry CLASS VI I) Algebra & Arithmetic : Number System Divisibility Test Factors Multiples HCF and LCM Exponents Algebraic expression & Identities Linear Equation in one variable Ratio and Proportion II) Geometry: Basic Geometrical Ideas and Understanding of Elementary Shapes Mensuration Data Handling Symmetry Reflection and Rotation Practical Geometry CLASS VII I) Algebra : Number System Exponents and Powers Simple Equations Algebraic Expression Comparing Quantities II) Geometry: Perimeter and Area Data – Handling Lines Angles Triangles Properties of Triangle Congruence of Triangles Visualizing Solid Shapes Symmetry Practical Geometry CLASS VIII I) Algebra : Number System Square and Square Roots Cube and Cube Roots Exponents and Powers Algebraic Expressions and Identities Factorization Linear Equations in one variable Direct and Inverse Properties Comparing Quantities II) Geometry : Data Handling and Probability Visualizing solid Shapes Mensuration Introduction to Graphs and Co-ordinate Geometry Understanding Quadrilaterals Practical Geometry CLASS IX Number Systems Polynomials Coordinate Geometry Linear Equations in Two Variables Introduction to Euclid’s Geometry Lines and Angles Triangles Quadrilaterals Area of Parallelograms and Triangles Circles Constructions Heron’s Formula Surface Area and Volumes Statistics Probability CLASS X Real Numbers Polynomials Pair of Linear Equations in Two variables Quadratic Equations Arithmetic Progressions Triangles Coordinate Geometry Introduction to Trigonometry Some Applications of Trigonometry Circles Constructions Areas Related to Circles Surface Areas and Volumes Statistics Probability FEE A participation fee of Rs.150/- per student per TEST is to be collected by the school. The school shall retain Rs.15/- for D.D. commissions, postal expenses, incidental expenditures like photo-copying, etc and Rs.10/- towards the honorarium of the school coordinator. -Nil- CUT-OFF MARKS Cutoff marks will be based on the students’ highest marks scored per class for the Prelims Level test. Students scoring above cut-off marks in the Prelims Level will get promoted to the FINALS. Students who score above cut-off marks in the Final Level test will be declared as a winners. AWARDS All the participants will receive Certificate of Participation and Marks Memo. Students who score above cut-off marks will award the APPRECIATION medal. The winners will receive Certificate of Merit, Medals and Mementos. 1st Place : GOLD MEDAL 2nd Place : SILVER MEDAL 3rd Place : BRONZE MEDAL OTHERS Every participant will get the MODEL PAPERS free of cost. DOWNLOADS 1. Brochure 2. Syllabus Copy 3. MODEL PAPERS 4. Student Registration Sheets Website