We use rate of change every day, for transporting ourselves and our needful things, for instance, perhaps without even recognizing it, but what else can an equation of a line tell us about how we can Do Better? Today’s reading shows one application of slope-intercept form, with several more applications further down the page: “Imagine you are a forensic scientist working […]Day 58/67: Five Month GED, Graphing via Slope-Intercept Form, and Forensic Science — Context, Critical Thinking, Continuous Learning: Project Do Better
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#ProjectDoBetter offers a long term plan connecting all of our work in health care, education, library and mass transit advocacy in Phase I, and poetry, story, adulthood, and more in Phase II. Please help share the connections.
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