Constructing a table of values
Linear relations and equations
General Mathematics: Units 1 and 2
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This the next video in the General Maths series on Linear Relations and Equations looking at constructing a table of values. We have met equations before (in every year so far!). But we normally only substitute one value into the equations and get one value out. What happens if we put in a lot of values? Well, we get a lot of values out! To keep all the data sorted and readable, we can use a table. This video shows you how to create a table of values using pencil and paper methods and using the CAS. Lots of examples all explained in my unique fashion.
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