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Statistics of Group Data Bundle (8 Worksheets, 90+ Questions)

Statistics of Group Data Bundle (8 Worksheets, 90+ Questions)

8 Worksheets consisting over 90 questions related to determining class intervals of grouped data, constructing frequency tables of grouped data, determining suitable class intervals, determining modal class and mean of grouped data based on frequency tables, constructing histograms and extracting data from existing histograms, interpreting frequency polygon graphs, constructing cumulative frequency tables, constructing ogive graphs, interpreting and extracting data from ogive graphs, calculating first quartile, 3rd quartile and interquartile range. Worksheets suited for students in KS 4.
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Class Intervals, Mode, Mean, Median and Histogram Worksheets

Class Intervals, Mode, Mean, Median and Histogram Worksheets

5 Worksheets consisting over 50 questions related to determining class intervals of grouped data, constructing frequency tables of grouped data, determining suitable class intervals, determining modal class and mean of grouped data based on frequency tables, constructing histograms and extracting data from existing histograms. Worksheets suited for students in KS 4.
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Basic Probability Worksheets

Basic Probability Worksheets

3 Worksheets consisting over 45 Questions related to the introduction of the concept of probability. Questions include determining sample space, validity of probability events, and calculating simple probability of an event (questions suit the incorporation of tree diagram if it is the preferred teaching method). Suited for students in KS4.
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Speedometer calibration

Speedometer calibration

Bicycle speedometers can only provide accurate readings if they have been calibrated correctly. Percentage error calculations can determine how accurate the speedometer is. An engaging starter activity in which students will test the accuracy of a bicycle speedometer from various readings. For the full resource please visit the IET Faraday website at: https://faraday-secondary.theiet.org/resource-pages/speedometer-calibration/
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Power station event analysis

Power station event analysis

A Power station experiences a loss of coolant to its reactor about once per year. To prevent a dangerous explosion, a set of controls are in place. Firstly an alarm which alerts the operator, this works on 99% of occasions. If this does fail various other systems will become operational to monitor the issue and prevent disaster. An engaging activity in which students will use event tree analysis to quantify the risk of safety systems failing. For the full resource please visit the IET Faraday website at: https://faraday-secondary.theiet.org/resource-pages/power-station-event-analysis/
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Flowcharts for shapes

Flowcharts for shapes

Flowcharts show the order in which a series of events is to be carried out. They are used for lots of purposes including; programming microcontrollers with instructions, mapping processes and sorting. An engaging activity in which students will make a flow chart to sort various shapes and ensure that each shape finishes in a unique place at the end of the flowchart. For the full resource please visit the IET Faraday website at: https://faraday-secondary.theiet.org/resource-pages/flowcharts-for-shapes/
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Data logging - difference calculations

Data logging - difference calculations

Data logging devices allow public buildings to monitor the number of visitors that are in the building at any one time. This may be essential for fire safety regulations or to prevent various areas from getting over crowded. An engaging activity in which students will use the data logger to determine the number of visitors at any one time to an aquarium. For the full resource please visit the IET Faraday website at: https://faraday-secondary.theiet.org/resource-pages/data-logging-difference-calculations/
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Counting stars using estimation

Counting stars using estimation

The Hubble Space Telescope is a space telescope that was launched into low Earth orbit in 1990 and remains in operation. Although not the first space telescope, Hubble is one of the largest and most versatile, and is a well known research tool for astronomy. With a 2.4-meter (7.9 ft) mirror, Hubble's four main instruments observe in the near ultraviolet, visible, and near infrared spectra. Hubble's orbit outside the distortion of Earth's atmosphere allows it to take extremely high-resolution images, with substantially lower background light than ground-based telescopes. Hubble has recorded some of the most detailed visible light images ever, allowing a deep view into space and time. Many Hubble observations have led to breakthroughs in astrophysics, such as accurately determining the rate of expansion of the universe. An engaging activity in which students will estimate the number of stars in various images from the Hubble telescope. For the full resource please visit the IET Faraday website at: https://faraday-secondary.theiet.org/resource-pages/counting-stars-using-estimation/
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Analysing motor race performance

Analysing motor race performance

Modern data analysis techniques can be used to provide ongoing performance analysis of the vehicles in a motor race. However, even the most sophisticated of data analysis systems will only tell part of the story, they will often identify an issue, but will rarely provide a solution unless it is relatively simple. Additional expert input is normally required to interpret data and find solutions to problems. An engaging starter activity in which students will use data from one lap of a motor race to answer a series of questions. For the full resource please visit: https://faraday-secondary.theiet.org/resource-pages/analysing-motor-race-performance/
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Key Stage 2 CHRISTMAS NUMERACY BUNDLE

Key Stage 2 CHRISTMAS NUMERACY BUNDLE

This giant bundle of resources is everything a teacher needs in the busy Christmas period. There are a range of numeracy tasks to suit all abilities. The resources are bright, festive and fun while still covering NC requirements. They can be picked-up and put-down between other 'Christmas' activities and the children really enjoy completing them.
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Data Collection and Handling - Social Media

Data Collection and Handling - Social Media

End of topic activity for Data Collection and Handling. Designed for a top set S1 (Scotland). Activity that involves designing a survey, considering the demographic that will be surveyed, and then displaying the data in a variety of formats after the survey has been completed. Extension tasks consider the effects of asking more people, or asking people of a different demographic.
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