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When you read an equation, how are you able to then take the bits of that equation and translate it into a mental picture that allows you to visualize what the particular equation is describing?

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When you read an equation, how are you able to then take the bits of that equation and translate it into a mental picture that allows you to visualize what the particular equation is describing?

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If a function is some complicated mixture of other functions, one may just have to create an actual graph rather than trying to visualize it mentally.

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graph it

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