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S1 ALevel summary for CCEA

S1 ALevel summary for CCEA

"cheat sheet" covering all S1 topics for CCEA ALevel. Use for revision classes/exercises as a guide or as a comfort blanket for a class test.

By woodsam

Histogram Construction

Histogram Construction

Template for the construction of a histogram Another fantastic resource to save the busy teacher time! This saves pupils time in class to maximise learning This template works better with the lesson from Maths Kingdom® www. mathskingdom.com

By MathsKingdom

Worksheets and Videos: Statististics

Worksheets and Videos: Statististics

This set of worksheets are from my AP statistics lesson collection. I teach AP statistics for junior and senior high school students in BHS. I use these worksheets to help my students in answering problems involving descriptive and inferential statistics. For more downloadable statistics worksheet you can visit www.numberbender.com

By Numberbender

Autograph Video 40 - Biased Dice & Balls in a Bag

Autograph Video 40 - Biased Dice & Balls in a Bag

A video tutorial covering biased dice and probability. Ideal for KS3, GCSE and A Level maths. The 40th in Mr Barton's Autograph Video tutorial series. This week we take a look at how Autograph can be used to introduce students to the concept of experimental probability. You can very quickly set up a probability distribution function of your choice (fair dice, biased dice, numbered balls in a bag, you name it!), take samples of varying sizes, and create diagrams from the data.

By MrBartonMaths