Crash Course: Study Hall Algebra #13 - All Kinds of Graphs

Looking at a graph, we can see how the human population is growing, determine the number of rabbits a habitat will support long-term or compare the GDP growth of different countries.

Many kinds of crucial information are easiest to absorb with pictures. In this episode of Study Hall: Algebra, we’ll tweak the techniques we’ve learned in our last two episodes on graphing — like employing symmetry and plugging in points to plot data — to graph just about everything else we might encounter in college algebra.

 

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Algebra & Pre-Algebra, Data, Graphing & Statistics
High School, College

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