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Descriptive Statistics / Representing Data Topic Mat

Descriptive Statistics / Representing Data Topic Mat

Structured worksheet to help pupils take key notes and for the topics involving Interpreting Statistics in Year 1 (Scatter Graphs/Corr/Histograms/Box Plots/Measures of Central Tendency/Linear Interpolation etc). There's quite a lot here so I recommend photocopying this one onto A3. Designed for the new A Level Maths (2017+), Edexcel Specification. Calculator instructions taken from Dr Frost's excellent guide to the Casio Calculator 𝑓𝑥−991𝐸𝑋 𝐶𝑙𝑎𝑠𝑠𝑊𝑖𝑧 which can be found here: http://www.drfrostmaths.com/
GemmaLinnell
S3 Spearman's Rank and Correlation Topic Mat

S3 Spearman's Rank and Correlation Topic Mat

A mat to summarise key concepts from the S3 topic of Correlation including Spearman's Rank (Edexcel). I also include a suggestion for how the mat could be filled out. I usually use it as a plenary – ask the pupils for the key ideas from the lesson and collectively fill in sections over a sequence of lessons. At the end of a topic they have a topic mat from which to revise from. I also photocopy them on different coloured paper so they act as dividers in students’ folders.
GemmaLinnell
Correlation testing

Correlation testing

This resource is for BTEC: UNIT 8 – Using Statistics for Science under LO2: Correlation Testing (P4, M4, D4) In this lesson, students will learn how to:  Interpret scatter diagrams for bivariate data.  Calculate and interpret the value of the product-moment correlation coefficient.  Perform a significance test for r, the product moment correlation coefficient.  Use the table of critical values for correlation coefficients.
mohdamir69
S1 Revision Quiz AQA GCE specification

S1 Revision Quiz AQA GCE specification

32 revision questions based on all topics across the AQA specification, with all answers included. A total of 65 slides. Individual questions can be printed out or displayed on screen to reduce printing costs.
lutra25
Correlation and Regression Worksheet

Correlation and Regression Worksheet

These are question sheet and solution sheet for basic practice questions in calculating the Pearson product moment correlation coefficient, and regression line equation. Detailed typed answers are provided to every question. We hope you find it useful. You can get more free worksheets on many topics, mix and match, with detailed step-by-step solutions at http://www.onemathsquestions.com
joezhou
IB Maths SL - Complete Notes

IB Maths SL - Complete Notes

Complete neatly handwritten notes for the whole course of IB Mathematics SL, as well as a revision checklist. The first topic alone is free, if you would like to see what it's like.
jwmcrobert
IB Maths Studies SL - Complete Notes

IB Maths Studies SL - Complete Notes

About 30 pages of neatly handwritten notes for the course for Maths Studies, as well as a revision checklist. You can download Topic 1 on its own for free if you want to take a look.
jwmcrobert
IB Maths SL - Topic 5 Statistics - Notes

IB Maths SL - Topic 5 Statistics - Notes

Handwritten notes on topic 5 that I did for my IB students: 5.1 - Basics 5.2 - Averages/Dispersion 5.3 - Cumulative Frequency 5.4 - Correlation 5.5 - Probability 5.6 - Combined Events 5.7 - Discrete Random Variables 5.8 - Binomial Distribution 5.9 - Normal Distribution Includes all the instructions for the calculator processes for TI-84 and TI-nspire.
jwmcrobert
Least Squares Linear Regression and Correlation Coefficient

Least Squares Linear Regression and Correlation Coefficient

A PowerPoint that goes through linear regression using the method of least squares. There are three examples to go through, each with editable Excel spreadsheets within the slides. The lesson leads through exactly what the least squares method is trying to achieve and explains where the formulas come from. There are many different formats of the formulas available for linear regression. This PowerPoint uses the sum formulas (that must be solved simultaneously). The second presentation is exactly the same as the first but with the tables filled in. Note: these have been updated to make them a little more user friendly. To open the Excel spreadsheets you now need to click on the spreadsheet within the presentation. They will no longer open automatically on click (in case you don't want them to keep popping up).
SianMatthews