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Using Models to Make Predictions
The future lies in mathematics. Given a linear equation that models a context, scholars use the model to predict future values. They must perform substitution to determine the required output value.
3 Views 0 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
- Use the video as part of a review session
- Note that the resource only covers linear models with time as the independent variable
- Pupils should be familiar with how to substitute into equations
- Calculator screens show how to input computations
- Explains each step of the process
- Esoteric treatment of the topic is not likely to motivate learners
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