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International Baccalaureate Mathematics


These are the Transum resources related to the statement: "Modelling skills: Use the modelling process described in the “mathematical modelling” section to create, fit and use the theoretical models in section SL2.5 and their graphs. Develop and fit the model: Given a context recognize and choose an appropriate model and possible parameters. Determine a reasonable domain for a model. Find the parameters of a model. Test and reflect upon the model: Comment on the appropriateness and reasonableness of a model. Justify the choice of a particular model, based on the shape of the data, properties of the curve and/or on the context of the situation. Use the model: Reading, interpreting and making predictions based on the model".

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