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Mathematics Department

H1 Mathematics
 provides students with a foundation in mathematics and statistics that will support their business or social sciences studies at the university. It is particularly appropriate for students without O-Level Additional Mathematics because it offers an opportunity for them to learn important mathematical concepts and skills in algebra and calculus that are taught in Additional Mathematics. Students will also learn basic statistical methods that are necessary for studies in business and social sciences.

H2 Mathematics
 prepares students for a range of university courses, including mathematics, sciences, engineering and related courses, where a good foundation in mathematics is required. It develops mathematical thinking and reasoning skills that are essential for further learning of mathematics. Through applications of mathematics, students also develop an appreciation of mathematics and its connections to other disciplines and to the real world.

This subject assumes the knowledge of O-Level Additional Mathematics.

H2 Further Mathematics
 is designed for students who are mathematically inclined and who intend to specialise in mathematics, sciences or engineering or disciplines that demand higher order mathematical skills. It extends and expands on the range of mathematics and statistics topics in H2 Mathematics and provides these students with a head start in learning a wider range of mathematical methods and tools that are useful for solving more complex problems in mathematics and statistics. This subject must be taken together with H2 Mathematics.

H3 Mathematics enables students to acquire knowledge of mathematics results and techniques that are useful to solve non-routine mathematical problems and prove mathematical statements. The syllabus also aims to develop advanced problem solving skills and rigour in mathematical argument through solving more challenging problems in mathematics and the writing and evaluation of proof. This subject must be taken together with H2 Mathematics and is only offered in the second year to students who have performed outstandingly well in H2 Mathematics.

H2 Computing is designed with a focus on problem solving and computational thinking. It serves to provide a foundation for further study in computing-related disciplines and fields involving computer technologies and applications. Specifically, the aims of the syllabus are to develop in all students:

• Computational thinking through the analysis of problems, design and implementation of algorithms in a variety of problem situations. 
• An understanding of the ethical, social and economic issues associated with the use of computers and information communications technology.
• Skills in project management through the planning, design and creation of system solutions for business, engineering, education or entertainment.
• Essential life skills such as critical and inventive thinking, collaboration, communication and self-directed learning.
It is strongly recommended that this subject is taken with H2 Mathematics.

Mathematics Department Members

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Lim Choy Fung
HOD (Maths)
Tan Jin Wui Adrian
HOD (Systems & Information Management)

Heng Chiang Wee 
Level Head (Maths)
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Wong Lai Yong
Level Head (Maths)
Wong Look Kwang
Subject Head (ICT)
 Leong Chong Ming 
Senior Teacher (Maths)

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 Tam Choon Chor
Loke Weng Heng
Rosaline Tan Chang Kim Yong
Seah Xin Yi
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Irene Teo
Teng Yen Ping
Lim Hui Ling
Foo Seck Shin
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Goh Ching Liang
Chen Jianda Alvin
Siow Yunjie 
Frederick Chua Kong Seng
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Lim Chang Yi
Bernard Wong
Ng Jun Siang