Jan 152012

Can you interpret the graphs correctly?

Posted by graham at 12:55 am Tagged with: bar chart, carbon footprint, climate change, data handling, extreme weather, line graph, pie chart

Jan 152012

Can you interpret the graphs correctly?

Posted by graham at 12:55 am Tagged with: bar chart, carbon footprint, climate change, data handling, extreme weather, line graph, pie chart

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please try to use the translator only when you have to. A very important part of your course is learning the English vocabulary for maths and you won't be able to use a translator in your exam.

- Aplusmath Lots of games for practicing arithmetic like Matho!
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