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### Bite Size Practice Additional Mathematics #10 (Logarithm)

Next question with answer is from Anderson Secondary 2020. There's 2 Logarithmic questions here. Add Math Question 4a) is a log question that requires substitution and manipulation of algebra to get the answer. Add Math Question 4b) is a Logarithmic Equation question that is based on change of base. Then its a quadratic equation that has two answers. Check, because one of the answers are not agreeable to the requirements of the question. For

Add Math Quadratic Inequalities, when things are not equal and we need to figure out a range. Used for situations like: What is the human population of Singapore? As it is not constant due to birth, death, new citizens and vice versa, we need to solve such problems with inequalities. Right, so here we go. These Add Math questions are done in our online zoom lessons, message +65 87870198 for lessons, with online test

### Bite Size Practice Additional Mathematics #3 (Surds)

Surds for GCE O levels Additional Mathematics Questions with answers for download. For our online lessons, this surd question is an Add Math question that we use to teach our students the common usage to solve questions with the least use of calculators in the GCE O level Add Math examinations. Surds are taught in the Indices/Logarithm chapters in the Add Math textbooks. The question uses the knowledge of area of a rectangle,

### Bite Size Practice Additional Mathematics #2 (Simultaneous Equations Coordinate Geometry)

Simultaneous Equations Exam Questions for our online lessons. Free downloads of Add Math Simultaneous Equations with Answers. The following A Math question are from past year school teachers, each question is selected for students to add to their arsenal to tackle GCE O level Add Math examinations. Additional Mathematics questions here have suggested answers for students to attempt first and check their working later to gain insights into the sums. We have typified the