Interpreting Graphs

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Interpreting Graphs

  1. 1. ­  INTERPRETING  GRAPHS
  2. 2. EX Consider the following graph. a) What is her speed at 10:20 AM? b) At what time is she going the fastest and what is her speed at that time? c) What is happening to her speed between  10:30 am and 11:00 am?
  3. 3. d) Describe her trip.
  4. 4. EX Consider the following graph.
  5. 5. a) Describe how the number of cans in  the machine varies during the day. b) When is the morning coffee break and  when is the lunch hour? c) Can employees use the vending  machine during work hours? d) How many cans were sold during  the day?
  6. 6. EX Draw a graph to represent the following situation... You walk to the store from home.  Halfway to the store, you realize that  you  forgot to bring money, so you turn around, return home, get money, then walk all the way to the store.  Graph time as independent and distance  from home as dependent. distance  from home time
  7. 7. EX Draw a graph to represent the following situation... You toss a football up in the air and your friend catches it down the field. Come up with your own variables.
  8. 8. HOMEWORK pg.299 #1­6

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