### Thinking Math@TheCulture #2

Thinking@TheCulture is a series of questions that we, as tutors feel that are useful in helping students think and improve their understanding. Thinking Math@TheCulture is curated by KS. More of [...]

### Junior College education: A path increasingly less traveled?

Following up from the previous blog post about JC merger, it seems that there are more interesting and candid responses from the public. Here is one example that could interest you: <a [...]

### Thinking Math@TheCulture #1

Thinking@TheCulture is a series of questions that we, as tutors feel that are useful in helping students think and improve their understanding. Thinking Math@TheCulture is curated by KS. More of [...]

### Meritocracy? Junior colleges merger and its implications

It’s pretty interesting that shortly after our post on meritocracy, we have news about the junior college (JC) mergers. For more information about the news, you could take a look at [...]

### Understanding meritocracy in Singapore

Before we start off on the topic of meritocracy, let’s examine this particular news article about it.  Based on the author’s argument, it is pretty clear that meritocracy is an [...]

### Differentiation Question #1

Given that , find the approximate percentage change in when increases from 2 by 2%.

### Common Errors for Application Question(AQ)

My previous posts have touched on the points that you would need to excel in your AQ. It is also important for you to understand what are some pitfalls so that you will not make these mistakes. [...]

### Probability Question #4

A gambler bets on one of the integers from 1 to 6. Three fair dice are then rolled. If the gambler’s number appears times (), he wins latex k1. Calculate the gambler’s expected winnings

### Random Sec 4 Differentiations

B6 let Sub to Thus, it is a min point. C7 let (NA). There are no stationary points for this curve. C8 Let Evaluate with a calculator…