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How to work with and construct Conversion Graphs
In this section I will explain to you all you need to know about what Conversion Graphs are to pass your IGCSE GCSE Maths exam. When you study the following videos during your maths revision you will understand that we for instance use conversion graphs to see how much an amount of money is worth in a different currency. But there are more examples of when conversion graphs are used. The amount you have to pay a taxi driver for instance for a particular amount of km sitting next to him. We use conversion graphs to understand the value of one variable when we know the value of the other value. Not sure what I am talking about? Don't worry! Check the videos and you will also understand what Conversion Graphs are!!
