# PSLE Maths Revised Topics 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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