Graphing Workshop 2 preparation questions.pdf

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Unformatted text preview: NMCY1001: Graphing Module Workshop 2 Preparation Questions A reminder that the textbook is: Academic and Professional Numeracy NMCY1001, compiled by Kathy Brady. The text is available in the library on reserve; the call number that you will need to borrow the book is f510A168.C. All workshop preparation questions are from the textbook unless otherwise stated. Exercise 5.1a, page 363 • Section C, Questions 33 – 40 Exercise 5.2, page 374 – 377 • Mathematically Speaking, Questions 1 – 6 o write out the full sentences, it will help you remember the definitions. • Section A, Questions 7 and 8 • Section B, Questions 11 – 18 • Section C, Questions 25 – 30 Exercise 5.3, page 389 – • Mathematically Speaking, Questions 1 – 6 o write out the full sentences, it will help you remember the definitions. • Section A, Questions 1 – 18, odd questions • Section A, Questions 19 and 20 • Section B, Questions 21 – 28 • Section D, Questions 37 and 38 • Section E, Questions 47 – 57, odd questions ...
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