The Common Last Topics for PSLE Mathematics are only the Primary 6 content of the following topics: **Speed**, **Volume, Pie Charts, Solid Figures and Nets. **The Primary 6 content of these topics will not be examined in 2020 PSLE Mathematics.

**Speed**

**1.1 concepts of speed and average speed**

**1.2 relationship between distance, time and speed exclude conversion of units e.g. km/h to m/min**

**1.3 writing speed in different units such as km/h, m/min, m/s and cm/s**

**1.4 solving up to 3-step word problems involving speed and average speed**

__Volume__

**2.1 finding one dimension of a cuboid given its volume and the other dimensions**

**2.2 finding the length of one edge of a cube given its volume**

**2.3 finding the height of a cuboid given its volume and base area**

**2.4 finding the area of a face of a cuboid given its volume and one dimension**

__Pie Charts__

**1.1 reading and interpreting data from pie charts**

**1.2 solving 1-step problems using data from tables/graphs**

__Solid Figures and Nets__

**2.1 identifying and drawing 2D representations of**

• cube

• cuboid

• cone

• cylinder

• prism

• pyramid

**2.2 identifying the nets of 3D solids**

• cube

• cuboid

• prism

• pyramid

**2.3 identifying the solid which can be formed by a given net**

The Primary 6 content of these topics will not be examined in 2020 PSLE Foundation Mathematics. The Common Last Topics for PSLE Foundation Mathematics are only the Primary 6 content of the following topics: Volume, Geometry and Pie Charts.

__Volume__

2.1 volume of a cube/cuboid

2.2 finding the volume of liquid in a rectangular tank excluding conversion between cm3 and m3

2.3 relationship between £ (or ml) with cm

__Geometry__

1.1 properties of

• isosceles triangle

• equilateral triangle

• right-angled triangle

1.2 angle sum of a triangle

1.3 finding unknown angles, without additional construction of lines , in composite geometric figures involving

• square

• rectangle

• triangle

__Pie Chart__

1.1 reading and interpreting data from pie charts

1.2 solving 1-step problems using data from tables/graphs

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