This topic is relevant to experimental data and graphical work needed in Integrated Science, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Topics in this course are recommended for further Forms 1-3 students as prerequisite for Form 4 – 5 graphical work (See Course: Graphs for Science – Level 2). Past Paper type questions used are modeled after the CSEC and Cambridge IGCSE Exams.
Tools you will need for this class:
- A graph book or loose graph pages.
- A long transparent ruler
- A mechanical pencil or a sharp sharpened normal pencil.
- A YouTube account using the same email address that you made your account here with to view the lesson videos.
At the end of this topic you should be able to:
- Interpret and use graphs
- Title a graph.
- Label axes.
- Select appropriate scales.
- Plot coordinates correctly.
- Draw line/curve of best fit.
- Understand the reasons why a ‘best fit’ line gives the best average value of the gradient or intercept.
Each lesson contains:
- A Lesson Video
- Printable Notes
- Self correcting Quizzes or Assignments to upload to be corrected by the teacher.