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3 Positive and Negative Fractions 2 3 3 3 2 7


d) − − e) − − f) − −
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Review in (Year 6) – (Form 1)
1. Do you remember what is fraction? 85 7 6 7 1 1 1 1
2. How many types of fractions? g) − h) − i) − j) −
91 40 15 15 20 20 2 4
3. Now we start to revise our Form 2 lesson.
Revise in (Form 2) 2. Arrange the following fractions.
1. See positive and negative fractions we can draw a number a = ascending order d = descending order
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line. a) , , , a= d=
36 9 2 12
2. Positive fraction is a value is than zero.
3. Negative fraction is a value is than zero. 2 1 3 1
4. Please give an example of positive and negative fractions. b) − , − , − , − a= d=
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a) ____________________ b) ____________________
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5. Compare with Symbol. >=greater than <=smaller than c) − , , ,− a= d=
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6. Order with Number line.
7. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with 2 4 5 7
d) ,− , ,− a= d=
BODMAS rule and formula. 3 5 6 10

BODMAS rule Formula (+/-) Formula (×/÷) 3. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of the
following.
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Copy Copy Copy a) −1 − (− ) =


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b) −2 + =
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3 1 3 2
Exercise: c) − (−1 ) = d) −3 × =
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1. Compare the following fractions.
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a) b) c)
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2 3 1 1 Exercise:
e) 2 × (− ) = f) −1 ÷ (−2 ) =
9 8 5 7 1. Compare the following decimals.
a) 0.623 6.023 b) 7.22 7.225 c) 11.57 1.157
d) -0.3 -0.75 e) -1.3 -1.1 f) -1.75 -2.31
g) 2.1 -2.5 h) 0.127 -0.127 i) -7.341 7.431

1.4 Positive and Negative Decimals 2. Arrange the following decimals.


Review in (Year 6) – (Form 1) a = ascending order d = descending order
1. Do you remember what is decimal? a) 5.6, 10.1, 0.9, 11.3, 4.2
2. How many decimal places of decimals? a= d=
3. Now we start to revise our Form 2 lesson.
Revise in (Form 2) b) -0.34, -0.8, -1.24, -0.7, -0.69
1. See positive and negative decimals we can draw a number a= d=
line.
2. Positive decimal is a value is than zero. c) -0.6, 0.18, -0.3, -0.12, 0.24
3. Negative decimal is a value is than zero. a= d=
4. Please give an example of positive and negative decimals.
b) ____________________ b) ____________________ d) -2.7, 2.2, -3.1, -1.9, 0.57
5. Compare with Symbol. >=greater than <=smaller than a= d=
6. Order with Number line.
7. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with 3. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of the
BODMAS rule and formula. following.

BODMAS rule Formula (+/-) Formula (×/÷) a) 0.97+(-2.4)= b) -4.752-(-11.38)=

Copy Copy Copy c) -2.1+1.72+(-3.5)= d) 1.8-2.254-(-3.91)=

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e) -3.4×0.7= f) -2.12×(-1.6)= 1 8
e) 1.732-3 = f) ×(-4.8)=
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g) 0.788÷(-0.4)= h) -41.7÷(-1.2)=
g) -4.07×1.3= h) 0.522÷(-9)=

1.5 Directed numbers 3


i) -1 ÷(-2.75)= j) 2.17+7.1×(-0.2)=
Review in (Form 1) – (just in Form 2) 8
1. Do you remember you just learnt to know the addition,
subtraction, multiplication and division of the integers, fractions
and decimals?
2. Before do these question you must know BODMAS rule and
formula for the symbol of positive ( ) and negative ( ). k) -3.7×[6-(-1.4)]= l) 10.39-2.8÷(-3.5)=
3. Now we start to revise our Form 2 exercise.
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a) 3.78×(- )= b) -2.58+1 =
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m) 6.245-(-3.12)× = n) -0.42× -(-8)=
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c) 14.23+(-7)= 5
d) -2 -(-3.5)=
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