Constructing graphs

Further Mathematics: Units 3 and 4

Introduction

Learning Objectives

Recap of past learning

Language, language and more language

Fixed costs are the intercept!

What about the gradient?

Decimals to fractions

Completing the question

A more complex example

Summary

This is another video for the Further Maths Units 3 and 4 course dealing with graphs. With the theory of straight lines already covered I look at how this can be applied to real world situations. Linear models looks at how we can take relationships in real life which are linear and model them mathematically. There are a couple of worked examples which are explained using clear and easy to understand theory.

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