Succeed with maths: part 2
Succeed with maths: part 2

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7 Summary

After studying this week you should now be able to:

  • read and construct line graphs to display information
  • read and construct bar charts to display information
  • read and construct pie charts to display information
  • critically interpret graphs and charts.

So … congratulations on making it to the end of this week and Succeed with maths – Part 2! The subjects that you have studied, including measurement, patterns and formulas and working with data, have all laid the foundations of important areas of not only mathematical study but also many other areas. Maths is a fundamental tool for any scientist, economist, engineer, nurse or teacher, to name just a few. But, importantly, having a good grasp of these fundamentals will help you in your everyday life no matter what you do. So, as well as the personal achievement of completing the course, remember your new skills can help you every day as well as maybe opening new doors for you.

Every success with your onward journey, wherever this might lead.

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