A-Maths: Application Question on Modulus Graph


Based on my observations on recent mid-year exams papers, prelims papers, it seems like many schools are setting highly application questions for many topics. In this post, I would like to share with you an example of how modulus graph can be tested by applying our basic concepts on equations of lines.

I have been reminding my students to keep their mind open to 'new - trend' questions which might require their fast thinking on the spot so we keep our mind flexible when we do our O-Level examinations.

I hope you learn useful concepts and thinking skills on this question. Do leave me a comment if you have any other questions.

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