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Problem-Solving Strategies: Read a Graph; Make a Graph | CK-12 ...

Graphing is a very useful tool when analyzing a situation. This lesson will focus
on using graphs to help solve linear situations that occur in real life. Remember ...

Problem Solving Strategy 6: Make a chart or table - YouTube

Apr 4, 2017 ... 14:12. Art of Problem Solving: Make a List - Duration: 10:49. Art of Problem
Solving 5,771 views · 10:49 · Math Antics - What Are Percentages?

Problem-Solving Strategies - Graphs | CK-12 Foundation

Let \begin{align*}x = \end{align*} number of months. Let \begin{align*}y = \end{
align*} total cost. Step 2: We can solve this problem by making a graph that
shows ...

Problem Solving: Make a Table - TeacherVision

Make a Table is a problem-solving strategy that students can use to solve
mathematical word problems by writing the information in a more organized

Grade 2 Math 2.6, Problem solving, make a graph - YouTube

Sep 8, 2017 ... How to make a bar graph to help compare amounts. Find the difference between
two numbers with a bar graph. Page 45 in the Silver Burdett ...

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