## Graphing + Emotions

I’ve seen this graph a couple of times in my daughter’s school. It breaks “mood” into two axises. Feeling is, the x-axis, and energy is, the y-axis. I’m not sure how psychologically valid this is. It would seem some moods might be hard to place; and vice-a-versa, some regions of the graph would be tough to map to an emotional state. For example, what emotional state would the origin be? However, the mood meter, like a lot of mathematical models, derives it’s usefulness from its simplicity. I had a great time bringing this into one of my Elementary Algebra classes the other day. Everybody was talking about their quadrant .

This entry was posted on Monday, November 12th, 2012 at 1:04 pm and is filed under Found Math, pic, teaching.
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