Ch 2: Mathematical Representations

About This Chapter

Use this helpful study resource to review mathematical representations. Inside the chapter, you'll find lessons that cover mathematical models, graphs, tables, word problems and more.

Mathematical Representations - Chapter Summary

Work through the engaging lessons in this chapter to study mathematical representations. The chapter begins by helping you review types of mathematical models. You'll then get practice interpreting different types of graphs and explore methods that will help you better express mathematical ideas. The chapter also covers the real-world applications of graphs and tables, as well as strategies to help you restate word problems. After completing the lessons in this chapter, you should be able to:

  • Identify types of mathematical models
  • Read and interpret line and bar graphs
  • Communicate mathematical ideas
  • Restate word problems using works or images
  • Use tables and graphs in the real world

This collection of mathematical representation lessons offers a straightforward and efficient way to review and practice these concepts. Our expert math instructors design each lesson to be fun and concise, which simplifies the studying process and makes it more memorable. You'll find highlighted definitions of key terms and formulas. You can practice applying these lesson concepts by taking the accompanying self-assessment quizzes. Word-for-word lesson transcripts are available to print and you can ask our instructors questions if anything needs clarification. To help you study whenever it's convenient, we've made these lessons available at any time and accessible on any desktop, laptop, smartphone, or tablet.

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