Learn FRP and more!

for primary 4 students and above | taught by Math Arena

Course description


If you are new to Math Arena's Fraction, Ratio, Percentage methods, start with this.

Overview

This course is targeted at Singapore's primary 4 students and above. Primary 5 students can use this to strengthen their understanding. Useful for paper 1.

Based on feedback, many parents have used the videos to learn the methods to help their children learn faster.

Math Arena students gain an edge using techniques that we teach here in our videos. These methods provide accuracy and speed of solving. We believe it provides better understanding of their solutions to the questions that they are solving.

It can be used as independent learning or for revision.

Start Learning the Basics and everything is this course are all video content. Besides watching with a PC, it works well with your handphone and tablets.

New Marxh 2017 -- We have just added even more content and beyond FRP!

Course Content

You will :

  • be able to watch and learn from videos that are progressively more difficult.
  • learn fast, accurate methods in solving Fractions, Ratio & Percentage Questions

Course Pre-requisites

You will need to know:

  • basic ideas of Fractions, Ratio and Percentages
  • how to watch videos on your computer, mobile phone, tablet

Notes:

  • our videos complement the student’s math lessons in Math Arena
  • Fractions, Ratio & Percentages (FRP) are the main bulk of of questions for PSLE
  • it is common that parents do learn from our videos and work with their children too
  • the bar model is good for understanding but may be less useful for more complicated questions. It can also lead to harder transition to algebra in their secondary schools.

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Course Curriculum

Introduction
P4 -- Big Set of P4 Videos from our Archives
100:38
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PH4C06-02 Short or Extra Qn 5
PH4C07-01 Remainder Qn 1
PH4C07-01 Remainder Qn 3
PH4C07-01 Remainder Qn 5
PH4C07-01 Remainder Qn 9
PH4C07-01 Remainder Qn 13
PH4C08-01 PS on WN, Fractions and Decimals Qn 1
PH4C08-01 PS on WN, Fractions and Decimals Qn 3
PH4C08-01 PS on WN, Fractions and Decimals Qn 5
PH4C08-01 PS on WN, Fractions and Decimals Qn 9
PH4C08-01 PS on WN, Fractions and Decimals Qn 12
PH4C09-01 Equivalent Concept Qn 1
PH4C09-01 Equivalent Concept Qn 4
PH4C09-01 Equivalent Concept Qn 5
PH4C09-01 Equivalent Concept Qn 9
PH4C09-01 Equivalent Concept Qn 11
PH4C10-01 Revision Exercise II Qn 1
PH4C10-01 Revision Exercise II Qn 4
PH4C10-01 Revision Exercise II Qn 7
PH4C10-01 Revision Exercise II Qn 9
PH4C10-01 Revision Exercise II Qn 11
PH4C01-01 Grouping & Sets Qn 9
PH4C01-01 Grouping & Sets Qn 10
PH4C01-01 Grouping & Sets Qn 11
PH4C01-01 Grouping & Sets Qn 12
PH4C02-01 PS on Time Qn 1
PH4C02-01 PS on Time Qn 3
PH4C02-01 PS on Time Qn11
PH4C02-01 PS on Time Qn12
PH4C02-01 PS on Time Qn13
PH4C03-01 Angles Qn 2
PH4C03-01 Angles Qn 4
PH4C03-02 Area & Perimeter Qn 2
PH4C03-02 Area & Perimeter Qn 7
PH4C03-02 Area & Perimeter Qn 9
PH4C03-02 Area&Perimeter Qn1
PH4C03-02 Area&Perimeter Qn2
PH4C03-02 Area&Perimeter Qn5
PH4C03-02 Area&Perimeter Qn9
PH4C04-01 Constant Total Qn 1
PH4C04-01 Constant Total Qn 4
PH4C04-01 Constant Total Qn5
PH4C04-02 Constant Difference Qn 1
PH4C04-02 Constant Difference Qn 4
PH4C04-02 Constant Difference Qn2
PH4C04-02 Constant Difference Qn3
PH4C04-03 Constant Single Subject Qn 3
PH4C04-03 Constant Single Subject Qn1
PH4C05-01 Revision Ex 1 Qn3
PH4C05-01 Revision Ex 1 Qn4
PH4C05-01 Revision Ex 1 Qn6
PH4C05-01 Revision Ex 1 Qn7
PH4C05-01 Revision Ex 1 Qn9
PH4C05-01 Revision Ex 1 Qn12
PH4C06-01 Guess&Check Qn1
PH4C06-01 Guess&Check Qn2
PH4C06-01 Guess&Check Qn3
PH4C06-01 Guess&Check Qn4
PH4C06-02 Short or Extra Qn 1
PH4C06-02 Short or Extra Qn 2
PH4C06-02 Short or Extra Qn 4

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by Jun Ray Ang

by Jun Ray Ang