This is the first video in a series looking at the different types of graphs in Further Maths. Starting with the line segment graph I look at what a line segment graph is, how to draw one and how to interpret them. There are a number of worked examples which frame the theory in an easy to understand way. All with a little humour!
This video is the next in the Analysing and interpreting graphs section of the Further Maths textbook. Having already looked at Line Segment Graphs I now take a look at what a step graphs is. Basically, it's a graph with steps and lots of circles! What are the circles all about? Watch the video and I will explain. I use a number of worked examples to help explain the theory in an easy to understand way. All with some humour too.
This lesson continues our journey through the Linear section of the Further Maths course. We now take a small amount of time to look at the area of non-linear graphs. As it seems to suggest, these are graphs wot are not linear. So ... curvy. I look at examples of the non-linear graphs with some great worked examples.
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