- Thursday July 14th, 2016
- Posted by: Gia Sư Quốc Tế
- Category: Uncategorized
GSQT – Everyone knows Maths is not easy to learn. Therefore, it is even harder to solve mathematical problems written in another language or pursue an International Maths program.
Known as a natural science subject, Maths lays the foundation for acquisition of new knowledge. Maths isn’t all about memorizing, however, it is impossible to excel at this subject without mastering all of the theory. Making a chain is a good example of the Maths learning process. Without one piece, we can’t connect the rest together.
Students from international schools will have a chance to learn about geometry and algebra. Basic algebra includes: clauses and aggregation; constant; equations, system of equations; inequality, regardless of the equation; statistical; angle trigonometry and supply; trigonometric functions, combinatorial probability, sequence, arithmetic, exponential; survey function; exponential function, logarithmic function; primitives – integral; complex numbers…
Basic geometry includes: vectors, dot product of two vectors; methods of spatial coordinates; offsetting; straight lines and planes; perpendicular relationship; cone, cylinder, sphere… In short, Maths is not the tiring processing of memorizing but mainly about the application of theory into different types of exercises.
It is never a waste to invest your time and effort into this subject as it doesn’t only help you achieve high scores but also enhance your problem solving skill.