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- Helicopter View An animated introduction to distance-time graphs. Arial photographs of vehicles moving along a road placed side to side form a graph.
- Travel Graphs Video Learn about distance-time graphs, speed-time graphs and how to interpret them.
- Hurdles Race An animated distance time graph to be viewed while a student interprets the graph and comments on the race that produced the graph.
- Travel Graphs Test your understanding of distance-time and speed-time graphs with this self-marking exercise.
- Graph Patterns Find the equations which will produce the given patterns of graphs.
- Search for Infinity Manipulate the Lissajou curve to produce a perfectly symmetrical (vertically and horizontally) infinity symbol.

Here are some exam-style questions on this statement:

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*The diagram show a wheelchair ramp from ground level to a height of 70cm.*" ... more - "
*Percy Cod and Fran Finklestein are both researchers working at different universities. They are each studying a different colony of bacteria which coincidentally start increasing in size at the same time.*" ... more - "
*The cross-section of a fish pond is drawn on a set of axes shown below. The edge is modelled by \(y=ax^2+c\) and the cross section is the same for the whole of its length. The curve touches the x-axis at the origin.*" ... more - "
*The quantity of heat required to heat an amount of water is given by the formula:*" ... more - "
*In a fantasy story the power value of a dream catcher varies depending on its length. The power values of various dream catchers are recorded in the following table:*" ... more - "
*A cup of hot tea is placed on a table to cool. The temperature of the room is 24*" ... more^{o}C. - "
*Fifty milligrams of a certain type of medicine has been shown to enter the bloodstream of an adult according to the following equations:*" ... more

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