Analysing and interpreting graphs

Further Mathematics: Units 3 and 4

Introduction

Learning Objectives

Recap of past learning

Examples of non-linear graphs

And one I didn't know had a rude word associated with it!

Everything else stays the same

Plotting a non-linear graph

Interpolation and extrapolation

Summary

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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