**Math in 1st grade **on *Mathematics Web *is important and beneficial for students. Indeed, you will find on this page all the necessary resources to help you progress in mathematics and succeed in your first year in math.

These documents are intended for teachers but also for students who want to fill their gaps in mathematics or simply consolidate their knowledge in this subject.

In addition to all this, you will also need to practice as much as possible. You should always practice reading math statements. To do this, already start mobilizing the knowledge you have on the topic of a few chapters like right-angled triangles or even systems of equations. Then, train your to solve math problems. The only way to be sure that you have understood the course is to put it into practice. Therefore, you should always take ownership of your course and become better at arithmetic or geometry exercises.

You will need to learn your math lessons well but also work on them regularly. And beyond that, to understand them completely. Sometimes it is not so easy and it may even require outside help, such as hiring a math tutor. This one will help you to understand the chapter with all the properties and the notions which are attached to it. In addition, he will also be able to help you prepare your math tests so that you get good grades.

## 1st grade math program

Equations and inequalities of the second degree

The variations of a function

The scalar product

Orthogonality and equations of lines

Numerical sequences

The derivative of a function and its applications

The probabilities

Trigonometry

Geometry in space

## How to progress in maths in 1st grade?

It is important to note that the mathematics curriculum in the first year of science may vary slightly from one high school to another and from one country to another and all online documents are in accordance with the officialnational education programs. If you have any questions about the first-year science math program at your school, it is recommended that you speak with your math teacher or school.

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