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Which topics do you find hard to understand in Form 5? (Poll Closed)

  • Progression: Arithmetic Progression
    4%
    8 votes

     
  • Progression: Geometric Progression
    4%
    9 votes

     
  • Linear Law: Lines of Best fit
    3%
    6 votes

     
  • Linear Law: Application of linear law to non-linear relations
    3%
    6 votes

     
  • Integration: Indefinite Integrals
    5%
    11 votes

     
  • Integration: Definite Integrals - Area and Volume
    6%
    12 votes

     
  • Vectors: The concept of vector
    3%
    6 votes

     
  • Vectors: Addition and Subtration of vectors
    2%
    5 votes

     
  • Vectors: Vectors in a Cartesian Plane
    4%
    8 votes

     
  • Trigonometric Functions: Postive Angles and Negative Angles
    4%
    8 votes

     
  • Trigonometric Functions: Six Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle
    5%
    10 votes

     
  • Trigonometric Functions: Graph of Sine, Cosine and Tangent Functions
    4%
    8 votes

     
  • Trigonometric Functions: Basic Identities
    4%
    9 votes

     
  • Trigonometric Functions: Addition Formulae and Double Angle Formulae
    5%
    11 votes

     
  • Pemutations and Combinations: Combinations
    6%
    13 votes

     
  • Probability: Probability of an Event
    3%
    6 votes

     
  • Probability: Probability of Mutually Exclusive Events
    3%
    7 votes

     
  • Probability: Probability of Independent Events
    5%
    10 votes

     
  • Probability Distributions: Binomial Distributions
    6%
    12 votes

     
  • Probability Distributions: Normal Distributions
    5%
    10 votes

     
  • Motion along a straight line - Kinematics: The concept of Displacement
    1%
    3 votes

     
  • Motion along a straight line - Kinematics: The concept of Velocity
    2%
    5 votes

     
  • Motion along a straight line - Kinematics: The concept of Acceleration
    2%
    4 votes

     
  • Linear Programming: The concept of Linear Inequalities
    4%
    8 votes

     
  • Linear Programming: The concept of Linear programming
    5%
    11 votes

     

Posted 6 years.