* … continued from here.*

Professor Loi, look what I’ve found!

said The Expedition Leader as he handed over a silvery object that was discovered moments earlier.

OMG it’s an iPad Air with Retina Display from 2013 A.D.! Do you think it can still be powered up?

Professor Loi, luckily I have one of those ancient “lightning” connectors which I have

~~looted~~conveniently taken from another archaeological site. It should still be compatible with the USB 20.0 ports on my portable mini nuclear-powered charger unit!

*plugs in and powers up device*

OMG this is the personal device of the legendary High Priestess herself! And she did’t password protect it! *tsk tsk*

Let’s go kaypoh her personal journal shall we?

#### There’s A Light That Never Goes Out

It’s been awhile since my last entry – such was the long, despairing struggle against the invisible powers that be – but the monumental institution that is The Second Temple is finally about to see the light of day.

Meanwhile, however, there are more pressing matters at hand in the form of today’s **2013 “O’ Level E-Maths Paper 1**, of which the only clue of what had gone on during the paper lies within this mysterious answer key produced by an even more mysterious tutor:

That aside, here’s the list of possible topics for tomorrow’s **E-Maths Paper 2**:

- Algebraic manipulation & formulae

– i.e. changing subject of formula, simple fractional equations etc. - Number patterns
- Percentages

– may still appear even though P1 already contains some - Map scales
- Money problems ♫ money money money … ♫
- Graphs incl. plotting and tangent drawing

– a standard*confirm chop stamp*P2 question

– AMaths students you know what to do *wink* - Quadratic equation to solve problems

– another standard*confirm chop stamp*P2 question - Angles of polygons
- Similarity & Congruence

– incl. area/volumes of similar figures - Trigonometry & 3D problems (just study
*lah*!) - Mensuration (surface area & volume of figures)
- Arc length, area of sector

– may involve some trigo & polygons here - Properties of Circles
- Construction

– hmm … never seen this in P2 before though - Coordinate Geometry
- Vectors (remember your curly tilde!)
- Mean, median, mode & standard deviation

– don’t assume you can always use calculator for this! - Probability

I wish everyone **All THE VERY BEST** till the next journal entry, while the ceaseless work on the Facebook wall continues.

*self power-off*