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# Problem Solving with Linear Graphs

## Solve story problems using graphs

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## Problem Solving with Linear Graphs

Devise a problem-solving strategy that uses a graph to solve real-world problems.
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## Applications of Linear Functions

This concept explores different applications of linear functions.
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## Problem-Solving Strategies - Graphs: A Sample Application

This video demonstrates a sample use of graphing as a problem solving strategy.
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## Problem Solving Strategies- Graphs: An Explanation of the Concept

This video provides an explanation of the concept of graphing as a problem solving strategy.
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## Problem Solving with Linear Graphs Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Problem Solving with Linear Graphs.
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## Applications of Linear Graphs Discussion Questions

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