Content Domain 
Main chapters 
Sub Topics 
Number System 
Rational Numbers 
Rational numbers and their properties (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) 
Finding rational numbers between two numbers 

Representation of rational numbers on the number line 

Squares and Square Roots 
Properties of square numbers 

Some interesting patterns 

Finding the square and square roots of a number 

Finding square roots by prime factorisation and long division 

Square roots of decimals 

Cubes and Cube Roots 
Properties of cube numbers 

Some interesting patterns of cubes 

Finding the cube root of the number 

Exponents and Power 
Laws of exponents 

Comparing Quantities 
Comparing Quantities 
Determine proportions and ratios of quantities 
Apply or find percentages 

Profit and loss 

Discount 

Simple interest 

Compound interest 

Direct and Indirect Proportion 
Direct proportion 

Inverse proportion 

Algebra 
Algebraic Expressions and Identities 
Algebraic expression and its types 
Terms, coefficients and factors 

Simplify algebraic expressions involving sums, products, differences 

Compare expressions to decide if they are equivalent. 

Algebraic identities 

Write expressions and equations to represent problem situations 

Factorisation 
Factorisation of algebraic expression 

Factorising quadratic trinomials 

Linear Equations in One variable; 
Solve linear equations and simultaneous linear equations in two variables, including validating values as solutions 

Problems involving on framing and solving linear equation in 1 variable 

Framing of linear equation in 2 variables 

Geometry 
Understanding Quadrilaterals 
Kinds of quadrilaterals and their properties (parallelogram, rhombus, trapezium, etc.) 
Polygon 

Sum of the measures of the exterior and interior angles of a polygon 

Mensuration 
Mensuration 
Perimeter and area of 2dimensional shapes 
Use properties of threedimensional to calculate surface area and volume 

Statistics 
Data Handling 
Types of graph (frequency distribution tables, bar graphs, double bar graphs, line graphs, histograms. and pie charts) 
Summarise data distributions; calculate, use, or interpret mean, mode, median and range 

Probability 
For simple and compound events determine the theoretical probability (based on proportions of favourable outcomes, e.g., rolling a fair die or drawing marbles of a particular colour from a bag) 

Estimate empirical probability (based on experimental outcomes) 
Higher Order Thinking Questions  Syllabus as per Classic Section
Sample Papers of Unicus Global Mathematics Olympiad for Class 8:
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