Students and parents new to IP (Integrated Programme) may be confused on what is the Mathematics syllabus of IP Math. Indeed, it is very confusing as every school has its own syllabus. In general, the syllabus as a whole is not that different from ‘O’ level Mathematics, but the order in which the school teaches is unique to each school.

In general, the topics can be divided as follows, following the famous assessment book “Mathematics (Integrated Programme)” by Wong-Ng Siew Hiong who is a teacher at RI. This is one of the very few IP Math books available in local bookstores.

## Secondary 3 IP Math Syllabus

- Geometrical Properties of Circles
- Solutions to Quadratic Equations
- Matrices & Simultaneous Equations
- Quadratic Functions, Inequalities & Roots of Equations
- Sets
- Relations & Functions
- Indices & Surds
- Exponential, Logarithmic & Modulus Functions
- Polynomials & Partial Fractions
- Graphical Solutions & Transformations
- Circular Measure
- Plane Geometry
- Coordinate Geometry & Equations of Circles
- Linear Law
- Trigonometry
- Further Trigonometry

## Secondary 4 IP Math Syllabus

- Binomial Theorem
- Probability
- Statistics
- Vectors
- Differentiation Techniques
- Differentiation and its Applications
- Integrated Techniques
- Applications of Integration
- Integration Applications — Area and Kinematics