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The string art activity is coloured threads strung between points to form geometrical patterns or representational diagram.
Which of the following objectives is string art activity MOST suitable to teach?CorrectIncorrect
Ms. Zeenat uses the following diagram as a resource to teach derivation of various formulae.
Source: Variant of resource from ‘A Handbook for Designing Mathematics Laboratory in Schools’, by NCERT, Govt of India
Assuming that no changes are made to the resource, it is MOST relevant to teach…CorrectIncorrect
The following questions are part of a test on probability.
- In a game, I need to draw a spade to win. Out of 37 cards drawn or used, 8 were spade. What is my probability of winning?
- What is the probability of getting 4 heads consecutively when a fair coin is tossed?
- List one event each that is likely, impossible and certain.
- Compare your method of finding sample size to your friend’s.
Which of the following is true?CorrectIncorrect
A student answers that x2 – 9x = 0 has only one solution which is 9.
What is the MOST appropriate action for the teacher to address the misconception?CorrectIncorrect
Mr. Joseph wants to discuss at least one interesting problem in class during one of his Maths classes.
He finally decides to discuss the following scenario: “A barber in a village cuts the hair of every person
in that village who will not cut their own hair. Under such a circumstance, will the barber cut his own
If Mr. Joseph models this problem mathematically and introduces it as an example of an interesting
problem from a particular topic, which topic should he choose?CorrectIncorrect