A level AS Mathematics Sampling, data representation, averages and spread

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• Model examples
• Probing questions to test understanding
• Class questions including answers
• Individual whiteboard work
• Links to exercises in ‘The Textbook by CGP’ these can easily be edited for your textbook
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Sampling, data representation, averages and spread covers;

Understand and use the terms ‘population’ and ‘sample’

Use samples to make informal inferences about the population

Understand and use sampling techniques, including simple random sampling and opportunity sampling

Select or critique sampling techniques in the context of solving a statistical problem, including understanding that different samples can lead to different conclusions about the population.
Interpret diagrams for single-variable data, including understanding that area in a histogram represents frequency

Connect to probability distributions
Interpret measures of central tendency and variation, extending to standard deviation

Be able to calculate standard deviation, including from summary statistics

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  • AS-level-maths-29---Statistical-sampling.pptx
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  • AS-level-maths-30---Data-representation--averages-and-spread.pptx
  • AS-Maths-SOW.docx

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Created: May 7, 2019

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AS-level-maths-29---Statistical-sampling

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