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Mathematics Statistics 1 Lessons

Mathematics Statistics 1 Lessons

Mathematics Statistics 1 Lessons This is a set of lessons for S1 Statistics 1 A level Mathematics. The resources includes Powerpoints. Powerpoint include: Learning objectives Questions on the topic Important information written in red boxes to scaffold learning. Topics: Introduction Averages Measures of Spread Correlation Regression Probability Binomial Normal Theory Confidence Interval Revision Poisson I hope you enjoy these lessons, they can be used in the following ways: To deliver a course with reduced planning but not reducing quality of the lesson. As a basis for an observation lesson to save time preparing resources. To give to students for out of lesson learning. To support teachers who are new to this topic, again to reduce planning time. As a bases for your own lessons where you can include exam questions to each presentation. As an activity where the questions can be printed and cut out.

By n_s4

Probability distributions, IBSL

Probability distributions, IBSL

Presentations for IB Standard level Mathematics covering the following objectives: Concept of discrete random variables and their probability distributions. Expected value for dicrete data. Binomial distribution and its mean and variance. Normal distribution, Standardization of normal variables, and inverse normal calculations

By oralhurt

Expected values and variance of the binomial distribution

Expected values and variance of the binomial distribution

Power Point presentation, 6 slides, Explaining how to calculate the expected values in a binomial distribution, which is the mean and how to calculate the Variance and standard deviation, based on Mathematics IB Standard level Syllabus. For a preview of the power point copy the following link on your browser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8z00qLZV7OlSjhvcmxid3pXZzQ/view?usp=sharing

By oralhurt

GCSE maths -  bundle

GCSE maths - bundle

Topic covered in the following bundle: Algebra- Substitution, Expanding, forming and solving equations. Shape and Space - Volume, Surface Area, Cones/Spheres/Hemi-Spheres Binomial Distribution Probability Trees and Expected Probability Animated CONSTRUCTIONS PP Cosine and Sine Rule Estimation Angles in polygons Most Resources come with answers making revision session and masterclasses very easy by having something for everyone.

By stefmathssparkle

Probability - Mutual exclusive, addition rule, binomial and tree diagrams

Probability - Mutual exclusive, addition rule, binomial and tree diagrams

Selection of probability presentations showing the learners how to use different probability skills. These presentations are aimed at aimed at GCSE and A level stats. SMART Notebook Express presentations can be used for free by using SMART online or by downloading SMART software, also free, I use it because it allows a more interactive presentation than a powerpoint. Just search 'SMART Notebook Express' and try it with my free SMART resource.

By al_robinson76

Binomial Distribution

Binomial Distribution

Lesson, example sheet and questions on the Binomial Distribution. Useful for GCSE Statistics mainly as it builds up slowly but can also be used as an introduction for alevel.

By MissMather