There are many aspects to algebra - quadratic equations, exponents and variables to name but a few. But what about graphs? Yes, they are also a part of algebra which you will study in KS3 Maths.
Graphs illustrate information that would be unwieldy in text form and act as visual shorthands for everyday concepts. There are many words, terms and expressions that relate to graphs. 'Intersect' and 'linear' for example. But what do they mean? If you want to understand the world of graphs then you are going to have to learn them all.
To help get you familiar with words and phrases used in graphs, we've come up with this quiz. In it we look at some of the terms you are likely to encounter. Let's see if you know what they mean. Take your time and think carefully before choosing your answers. And don't forget to read the helpful comments after each question. Good luck!
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