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Fraction of an amount or quantity
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Fraction of an amount or quantity

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A fraction of amounts (or quantities) worksheet designed to develop fluency and mathematical reasoning. This worksheet is interleaved with: Dividing Algebraic Expressions, Negative Numbers, Substitution and Ordering Numbers. There is a problem solving question at the end. Can be used as the main class activity or as a home learning sheet. Could be differentiated by choosing appropriate questions for students to focus on. Enjoy this free resource, leave a review and be sure to check out my collection of reasoning worksheets. Cheers, Ben Hamilton
GCSE Statistics - Estimating Median and Mean from Histograms Reasoning Resource
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GCSE Statistics - Estimating Median and Mean from Histograms Reasoning Resource

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GCSE Statistics - Estimating Median and Mean from Histogram Reasoning Worksheet Objective: master the skill of estimating averages from a histogram (AO1), reason mathematically (AO2) and problem solve in the specific context of the this skill, particularly asking students to explain their answers (AO3). Other topics include: N/A Take the time to leave a review. It really helps :) All the best, Ben Hamilton edit corrected a value in the answer section Feeling generous? You can buy me a cuppa: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BenHam45
GCSE Statistics: Comparative Pie Charts - Reasoning Worksheet
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GCSE Statistics: Comparative Pie Charts - Reasoning Worksheet

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The skill of creating and interpreting comparative pie charts is an essential component of the GCSE Statistics syllabus. Drawing comparative pie charts is a skill with which students struggle. This worksheet is designed to give extra practice, alongside requiring thought and problem solving skill for later questions. Enjoy! Ben Hamilton
GCSE Statistics: Frequency Polygons - Fluency Worksheet
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GCSE Statistics: Frequency Polygons - Fluency Worksheet

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A worksheet to facilitate the learning of frequency polygons - creating and interpreting is an essential component of the GCSE Statistics syllabus. There are minimal resources available for this topic of GCSE Statistics, so I hope you find this resource useful. Enjoy this free resource, leave a review and be sure to check out my collection of reasoning worksheets. Cheers, Ben Hamilton
GCSE Statistics: Choropleth Maps - Reasoning Worksheet
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GCSE Statistics: Choropleth Maps - Reasoning Worksheet

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A worksheet to facilitate the learning of choropleth maps - creating and interpreting is an essential component of the GCSE Statistics syllabus. There are minimal resources available for this topic of GCSE Statistics, so I hope you find this resource useful. Enjoy! Ben Hamilton
GCSE Statistics - RPI & CPI
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GCSE Statistics - RPI & CPI

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GCSE Statistics - RPI & CPI Objective: develop the skill of calculating CPI & RPI, and calculate prices when given RPI or CPI (AO1). Take the time to leave a review. It really helps :) All the best, Ben Hamilton Feeling generous? You can buy me a cuppa: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BenHam45
GCSE Statistics -  Interquartile Range Grouped Data Reasoning Resource
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GCSE Statistics - Interquartile Range Grouped Data Reasoning Resource

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GCSE Statistics - Interquartile Range Grouped Data Reasoning Resource Objective: master the skill of calculating an estimated Interquartile Range from a grouped frequency table using linear interpolation (AO1), reason mathematically (AO2) and problem solve in the specific context of the this skill, particularly asking students to explain their answers (AO3). Other topics include: N/A Take the time to leave a review. It really helps :) All the best, Ben Hamilton Feeling generous? You can buy me a cuppa: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BenHam45
GCSE Statistics -  Linear Interpolation (Estimated Median from Grouped Data) Reasoning Resource
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GCSE Statistics - Linear Interpolation (Estimated Median from Grouped Data) Reasoning Resource

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GCSE Statistics - Linear Interpolation (Estimated Median from Grouped Frequency Tables) Reasoning Resource Objective: master the skill of calculating an estimated median from a grouped frequency table using linear interpolation (AO1), reason mathematically (AO2) and problem solve in the specific context of the this skill, particularly asking students to explain their answers (AO3). Other topics include: N/A Take the time to leave a review. It really helps :) All the best, Ben Hamilton Feeling generous? You can buy me a cuppa: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BenHam45
GCSE Statistics - Outliers & Box Plots Reasoning Resource
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GCSE Statistics - Outliers & Box Plots Reasoning Resource

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GCSE Statistics - Outliers & Box Plots Reasoning Resource Objective: master the skill of calculating outliers in data (AO1), reason mathematically (AO2) and problem solve with box plots and cumulative frequency graphs (AO3). Other topics include: Cumulative Frequency Graphs Take the time to leave a review. It really helps :) All the best, Ben Hamilton Feeling generous? You can buy me a cuppa: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BenHam45
GCSE Statistics - Standard Deviation from a List
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GCSE Statistics - Standard Deviation from a List

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GCSE Statistics - Standard Deviation from a List Objective: master the skill of calculating standard deviation from a list (AO1). Take the time to leave a review. It really helps :) All the best, Ben Hamilton Feeling generous? You can buy me a cuppa: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BenHam45
GCSE Statistics - Standard Deviation From a Frequency Table
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GCSE Statistics - Standard Deviation From a Frequency Table

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GCSE Statistics - Standard Deviation From a Frequency Table Objective: master the skill of calculating standard deviation from a list (AO1). Take the time to leave a review. It really helps :) All the best, Ben Hamilton Feeling generous? You can buy me a cuppa: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BenHam45
Factorising Quadratic Expressions - 'a' Coefficient Greater Than One - Fluency: Solving Quadratics
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Factorising Quadratic Expressions - 'a' Coefficient Greater Than One - Fluency: Solving Quadratics

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The objective of this worksheet is to encourage students to master the skill of factorising harder quadratic expressions before interleaving this topic with other mathematical concepts, including; writing quadratic expressions in the form ax2 + bx + c and area of shape. Please take the time to leave a review and leave a comment. Hope this resources inspires great learning. Mr. Hamilton
Mode and Median from Un-grouped Frequency Tables Reasoning Resource
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Mode and Median from Un-grouped Frequency Tables Reasoning Resource

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GCSE Statistics - Mean From A List Reasoning Resource: Algebraic Manipulation Objective: master the skill of calculating the mode and median from a frequency table (AO1), reason mathematically (AO2) and problem solve in the specific context of the this skill, particularly asking students to explain their answers (AO3). Other topics include: Algebraic manipulation Take the time to leave a review. It really helps :) All the best, Ben Hamilton Feeling generous? You can buy me a cuppa: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BenHam45
GCSE Statistics - Percentiles & Deciles Reasoning Resource - Linked to Cumulative Frequency Graphs
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GCSE Statistics - Percentiles & Deciles Reasoning Resource - Linked to Cumulative Frequency Graphs

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GCSE Statistics - Percentiles & Deciles Objective: master the skill of calculating percentile and deciles (AO1), reason mathematically (AO2) and problem solve in the specific context of cumulative frequency graphs (AO3). Other topics include: Cumulative frequency graphs Take the time to leave a review. It really helps :) All the best, Ben Hamilton Feeling generous? You can buy me a cuppa: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BenHam45