Unit 6 Statistics
Collect data using a tally chart and frequency table.
Interpret pie charts, bar charts and pictograms.
Interpret a frequency table.
Distinguish between qualitative, discrete quantitative and continuous quantitative and data and give examples of each type.
Present data using a vertical line diagram.
Interpret a vertical line diagram to answer simple questions.
Find the mode of discrete data from a frequency table or raw data.
Find the median of discrete data from a frequency table or raw data.
Find the maximum, minimum and range for a set of data either in a frequency table or raw data.
Explain what is meant by a measure of central tendency and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using a particular measure for a specific set of data.
Use measures of central tendency and dispersion to compare two sets of data.
Decide which type of chart is appropriate for a given set of data.
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