## All Learning Graphs      #### Integrals

In this learning graph, you can exercise primitive calculus, immediate integrals, quasi-immediate integrals, and integration by decomposition, parts, and substitution.

# Integrals of functions

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13      #### Modeling with linear equations

This learning graph is about mathematical modeling. The main tasks consist of different modeling tasks. The respective challenges or supports are varying training tasks, which provide suitable learning opportunities due to structural similarities. Enjoy this learning graph. It is suitable for 8-9th grade.

# Linear equations

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9      #### Reasoning and modeling with linear equations

This learning graph is about getting a deeper understanding of linear equations. The main tasks are not classical training tasks, but mainly consist of reasoning or modeling tasks. Training tasks find their application in the challenging or supporting tasks. Have fun and good luck! (LG for the 8th-9th grade)

# Linear equations

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9      #### Solving linear equations

This learning graph is about practicing solving linear equations. It goes from simple exercises to real-life tasks. There is the possibility to accept challenges or to get support of supporting tasks. The graph is suitable for 7-8 grade.

# Linear equations

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9      #### Inverse Trigonometric Function: arcsin

LearningGraph - inverse trigonometric function arcsin. Domain and range of values. Equations and inequalities. Tangent and normal line. Differential. Composite function derivative and inverse function derivative theorem.

# Complements of differential calculus in real numbers

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