# [J1] Term 1 Week 8 (24 Feb-1 Mar) Updates/ Debrief

[J1 Physics PMCians] We’ve Completed our 1st Chapter!! 🙂

What we did in 2 hours:

We know you’ve enjoyed the challenge of Test B and 4Q quizzes during this week’s lessons. Congratulations to all those who aced the test!! If you did not perform up to expectations, please attempt the questions from your Daily Dose and consult your tutor before class to clarify your doubts.

Do remember to use the topical Mindmap when revising for any upcoming tests.

What you take home:

Here are the solutions to the 4Q Quiz A and B which you received:

https://tinyurl.com/udprhgu

Special Mention:

Next week, we will begin our journey to demystify Kinematics. Come ready to see how easy it is to understand displacement, velocity & acceleration. 🙂

[J1 Maths PMCians] Inequalities & SLE

What we did in 2 hours:

Another compact and quick chapter, Conics. We learnt to identify, format and sketch ellipses as well as hyperbolas. Do internalise the process to efficiently sketch or deduce information from given sketches!

What you take home:

The try-it questions will have a bit more for you to chew on, as well as the daily dose. Practice makes perfect! Worked solutions for Try-It questions linked here:

https://tinyurl.com/sxo3veq

Special Mention:

More on graphing coming up, your GC will be very helpful. Do remember to bring it.

RI Class:

This week we will move on to arguably the most challenging part of functions, Composite Functions. It will be important to build a strong foundation here!

[J1 Chemistry PMCians] Redox Calculations

What we did in 2 hours:

We have completed the chapter on Redox Reactions. Specifically, we have looked at:

1. Calculating O.S. based on titration data
2. Redox Back Titrations

What you take home:

You should have received the “Take Home Questions” and “Everything you need to know” for Redox Reactions. The solutions to the “Everything you need to know” series is found here:

https://tinyurl.com/wnlmmnf

Special Mention:

This week, we will look at Atomic Structure, which will span 2 weeks.

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