S2.N6.c Develop an understanding of function as a relationship between an independent variable (input) and a dependent variable (output), e.g. cost of water in a utility bill is a function of the number of units of water used.
S2.N6.d Use a spreadsheet such as Microsoft Excel to produce a table of input and output for a given function describing the relationship in a real-life context, e.g. phone bill = basic subscription charge + utillisation charge.
S2.N6.e Use a spreadsheet or graphing software to study how the graph of y = ax + b changes when either a or b varies.
S2.G2.a Examine whether two figures are congruent, by checking if one figure can be mapped onto the other figure under translation, rotation and reflection
S2.G2.b Use GSP or other dynamic software to draw, make measurements (of lengths, angles and areas) and explore the effects of translation, rotation, reflection and enlargement on the shape and size of a figure.
S2.G2.c Identify and suggest applications of congruence and similarity in real-world contexts, e.g. photocopying, tessellation patterns, etc.
S2.G3.a Either (i) use strings of 12 units (e.g. 1 unit = 10 cm) to form a right-angled triangle with sides of whole unit lengths (e.g. 3 units, 4 units and 5 units) and find out if there is a relationship involving the three sides; or (ii) use cut-out pieces of two squares with sides 3 units and 4 units respectively to form a square of sides 5 units.
S2.G3.b Use drawings or GSP (or dynamic geometry software) to explore the validity/invalidity of the theorem on different triangles and hence its use in showing if a triangle is right-angled.
S2.G4.9 visualising and sketching prism and cylinder (including use of nets to visualise the surface area of these solids)
S2.G4.10 volume and surface area of prism and cylinder
S2.S2.b Conduct simple experiments using a dice, a spinner, or a coin, and explore the connections between empirical probability and theoretical probability, e.g. "Will there be 10 heads in 20 tosses of a fair coin?"