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Category Archives: Unit 1 Statistics and Number
Complex Calculations and Accuracy
Overview Complex Calculations and Accuracy covers using knowledge and your calculator to manipulate numbers. Topics include compound interest, percentage change, standard form, upper and lower bounds and absolute and percentage error. I think half the battle for these questions is knowing … Continue reading
Ratio and Proportion
Overview This starts off with with reasonably easy stuff about everyday ratios and proportions and then builds into more demanding stuff about using equations to solve problems involving inverse proportion. The more demanding topics are Grade A, and I think … Continue reading
Cumulative Frequency
Overview In order to understand and use cumulative frequency, you need knowledge covered in Data Collection, Interpreting and Representing Data and Range and Averages. None of the concepts are too difficult. You need to be able to complete cumulative frequency … Continue reading
Probability
Overview Probability There is some jargon to learn: mutually exclusive events, combined events, expected frequency, relative frequency, experimental probability, estimated probability, independent events and theoretical probability. This may seem a little intimidating but with a little practice their meaning becomes … Continue reading
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Range and Averages
Overview Range and Averages I find this section not too demanding. You have to learn some terms (range, mean, mode and median) and one or two techniques (for example, how to estimate the mean from a grouped frequency table). There … Continue reading
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Maths GCSE Interpreting and Representing Data
Overview Maths GCSE Interpreting and Representing Data Someone once said “there are lies, damned lies and statistics”. Understanding how to interpret and represent data gives you a chance of identifying when companies, politicians, employers (in fact anyone in authority) are using … Continue reading
Fractions Decimals and Percentages
Overview Fractions, Decimals and Percentages For me, this is one of the key sections. An understanding of fractions, decimals and percentages will give you a headstart in many other areas within Maths GCSE. Just one small example, stratified sampling (see … Continue reading
Data Collection
Overview Data Collection In my opinion there is nothing too challenging in data collection and common sense will help to answer most questions. You do have to be familiar with some of the jargon used (see the definitions below). Stratified … Continue reading