# Self-Learning Modules - Quarter 4 Mathematics: Grade 6, Modules 1-9

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Published on 2022 August 30th

Description
Contents: 1. Mathematics 6: Quarter 4- Module 1: Determining the Relationship of Volume Between a Rectangular Prism and a Pyramid; a Cylinder, and a Cone; and a Cylinder and a Sphere. 2. Mathematics 6: Quarter 4- Module 2: Finding the Volume of Cylinders, Pyramids, Cones, and Spheres. 3. Mathematics 6: Quarter 4- Module 3: Reading and Interpreting Electric and Water Meter Readings. 4. Mathematics 6: Quarter 4- Module 4: Constructing and Interpreting a Pie Graph Based on a Given Set of Data. 5. Mathematics 6: Quarter 4- Module 5: Solving Routine and Non-Routine Problems Using Data Presented in a Pie Graph. 6. Mathematics 6: Quarter 4- Module 6: Describing the Meaning of Probability, Performing Experiments and Recording of Outcomes. 7. Mathematics 6: Quarter 4- Module 7: Making Lists and Diagrams of Outcomes and Telling the Number of Favorable Outcomes and Chances. 8. Mathematics 6: Quarter 4- Module 8: Making Simple Predictions of Events Based on the Results of Experiments. 9. Mathematics 6: Quarter 4- Module 9: Solaing Routine and Non-Routine Problems Involving Experimental and Theoretical Probability.
Objective
1. Determine the relationship of volume between a rectangular prism and a pyramid; a cylinder and a cone; and a cylinder and a sphere.
2. Find the volume of cylinders, pyramids, cones, and spheres.
3. Solve routine and non-routine problems involving volumes of solids.
5. Solve routine and non-routine problems involving electricity and water consumption.
6. Construct a pie graph based on a given set of data and interpret it.
7. Solve routine and non-routine problems using data presented in a pie graph.
8. Describe the meaning of probability, such as a 50% chance of rain and a one in a million chance of winning.
9. Perform experiments and record the outcomes.
10. Make lists and diagrams of outcomes and show the number of favorable outcomes and chances using these listings and diagrams.
11. Make simple predictions of events based on the results of experiments.
12. Solve routine and nonroutine problems involving experimental and theoretical probability.

#### Curriculum Information

 Education Type K to 12 Grade Level Grade 6 Learning Area Mathematics Content/Topic Statistics and Probability Intended Users Educators, Learners Competencies Interprets data presented in a pie graph Solves routine and nonroutine problems using data presented in a pie graph Performs experiments and records outcomes Makes listings and diagrams of outcomes and tells the number of favorable outcomes and chances using these listings and diagrams Solves routine and nonroutine problems involving experimental and theoretical probability