Help your students prepare for their Maths GCSE with this free conversion graphs worksheet of 18 questions and answers
Conversion graphs are graphs which are plotted to allow us to easily convert between two units of measurement. For example, a conversion graph could be plotted for converting the imperial units of inches to the metric units of centimetres.
The conversion factor between two units of measurement is represented by the gradient of a conversion graph. To plot a conversion graph, we can use the conversion factor to calculate two or three conversions between the two units and then plot these onto the graph before joining them with a straight line.
We can use a conversion graph to make conversions. Let’s say we have a conversion graph showing US dollars along the horizontal axis and UK pounds along the vertical axis. To convert a given number of dollars to pounds, we would draw a vertical line from that value on the horizontal axis to the conversion line. We would then draw a horizontal line from that point to the vertical axis and read off the value in pounds.
Looking forward, students can then progress to additional exchange rates and conversion rates worksheet and other ratio and proportion worksheets, for example a ratio worksheet or a simplifying and equivalent ratios worksheet.
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