A line graph is a graph that connects points with line segments. The lines help to clarify the pattern of change in the values the points represent.
Line graphs are generally used to show the change in a quantity over time. A runner might record her times at each daily practice and create a line graph to help her see the pattern of improvement, or to see if there was a particular time when her times were slower or faster than usual. Continue reading “Line Graphs Examples”
The table shows the cards in a card
game. Notice that 24 out of the 108
cards are yellow.
You can compare these two numbers
by using a ratio. Recall that the ratio
that compares 24 to 108 can be
written in several ways. Continue reading “Ratios and Rates”
The Watch Store is having a sale on watches. Every watch is on sale for 60% of the regular price. About how much would you pay for a watch that normally sells for $34.99? Continue reading “Estimating with Percents”