Elective Mathematics Syllabus for Waec
EXAMINATION FORMAT There will be two papers both of which must be taken. PAPER 1: PAPER 2: (Objective) (Essay) 1½ hours (50 marks) 2½ hours (100 marks) This will contain forty multiplechoice questions, testing the areas common to the two alternatives of the syllabus, made …show more content…
Identify without use of tables.
Simple cases only.
Their use in simple Identities and solution of trig. ratios. a cos x + b sin x = c
(vii) Graphical solution of simple trig. equation. (viii) Solution of triangles.
Include the notion of radian and trigonometric ratios of negative angles.
3. Indices, Logarithms and Surds. (a) Indices
(i) Elementary theory of Indices. (ii) Elementary theory of Logarithm log a xy = logax + logay,
1 Meaning of a0, an, a n Calculations involving multiplication, division, power and nth roots: 1 log an, log √a, log a n Reduction of a relation such as y = axb, (a, b are constants) to a linear form. log10y = b log10x + log10a. Consider other examples such as y = abx .
(b) Logarithms
logaxn = nlogax
(iii) Applications
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WEST AFRICAN SENIOR SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION FURTHER MATHEMATICS/MATHEMATICS (ELECTIVE)
AREAS COMMON TO THE TWO ALTERNATIVES ADDITIONAL TOPICS /NOTES FOR ALTERNATIVES
ALTERNATIVE X TOPIC CONTENT NOTES (For Candidates offering Further Maths) ALTERNATIVE Y (For Candidates offering Maths Elective)
(c)
Surds
Surds of the form a , a√ a and a + b√ n √b where a is rational. b is a positive integer and n is not a perfect square.
Rationalisation of the Denominator:
a + √b √c  √d
(d) Sequences: Linear and Exponential sequences
(i)
Finite and infinite sequences
(ii) Un = U1 + (n –

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