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Median and Interquartile range

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Median and Interquartile range
Starter
Start on the left, work your way across doing the calculations in your head, and write down the answer.

START ANSWER

24 >> ÷ 3 , +8 , ÷ 4 , +4 , x5 , ÷ 8 , square , +15 , ÷ 5 ………….

7 >> x8 , -14 , ÷ 6 , x3 , ÷ 7 , +5 , square , +6 , ÷ 5 ………….

12 >> +16 , ÷ 7 , ÷ 4 , square , +27 , ÷ 4 , x5 , -8 , ÷ 3 ………….

14 >> x2 , ÷ 7 , x6 , ÷ 4 , x7 , -6 , ÷ 4 , ÷ 3 , x12 ………….

86 >> ÷ 2 , -1 , ÷ 7 , square , x2 , +9 , ÷ 3 , +2 , x4 ………….
Main Activity
Complete the Median and Interquartile range sheet.
Plenary
We want to compare the distributions of the two sets.
L.O. - To find the median and inter-quartile range of raw data, and use it to compare. (Grade 5)
Median and Interquartile Range
The number of strikes scored in two ten pin bowlers last 10 games are given below (in number order).

Bowler A: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Bowler B: 1, 5, 5, 5, 5, 6, 6, 6, 6, 10
Median Bowler A -
Lower Quartile Bowler A -
Upper Quartile Bowler A -
Interquartile range Bowler A -
Median and Interquartile Range
The number of strikes scored in two ten pin bowlers last 10 games are given below (in number order).

Bowler A: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Bowler B: 1, 5, 5, 5, 5, 6, 6, 6, 6, 10
Median Bowler A -
5.5
Lower Quartile Bowler A -
3
Upper Quartile Bowler A -
8
Interquartile range Bowler A -
5
5.5
Median and Interquartile Range
The number of strikes scored in two ten pin bowlers last 10 games are given below (in number order).

Bowler A: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Bowler B: 1, 5, 5, 5, 5, 6, 6, 6, 6, 10
Median Bowler B -
Lower Quartile Bowler B -
Upper Quartile Bowler B -
Interquartile range Bowler B -
Median and Interquartile Range
The number of strikes scored in two ten pin bowlers last 10 games are given below (in number order).

Bowler A: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Bowler B: 1, 5, 5, 5, 5, 6, 6, 6, 6, 10
Median Bowler B -
5.5
Lower Quartile Bowler B -
5
Upper Quartile Bowler B -
6
Interquartile range Bowler B -
1
5.5
Starter
Start on the left, work your way across doing the calculations in your head, and write down the answer.

START ANSWER

24 >> ÷ 3 , +8 , ÷ 4 , +4 , x5 , ÷ 8 , square , +15 , ÷ 5 …
8
….

7 >> x8 , -14 , ÷ 6 , x3 , ÷ 7 , +5 , square , +6 , ÷ 5 …
14
….

12 >> +16 , ÷ 7 , ÷ 4 , square , +27 , ÷ 4 , x5 , -8 , ÷ 3 …
9
….

14 >> x2 , ÷ 7 , x6 , ÷ 4 , x7 , -6 , ÷ 4 , ÷ 3 , x12 …
36
….

86 >> ÷ 2 , -1 , ÷ 7 , square , x2 , +9 , ÷ 3 , +2 , x4 …
124
….
Main Activity
Complete the Median and Interquartile range sheet.
1) (i) 6 (ii) 4 (iii) 8 (iv) 4
2) (i) 14 (ii) 11 (iii) 16 (iv) 5
3) (i) 37 (ii) 31 (iii) 41 (iv) 10
4) (i) 19 (ii) 17 (iii) 21 (iv) 4
5) (i) 4.5 (ii) 3 (iii) 6.5 (iv) 3.5
6) (i) 15 (ii) 14 (iii) 18.5 (iv) 4.5
7) (i) 126 (ii) 121 (iii) 129 (iv) 8
8) (i) 345 (ii) 339 (iii) 358 (iv) 19
9) (i) 50 (ii) 47.5 (iii) 51 (iv) 3.5
10) (i) 75 (ii) 71.5 (iii) 77 (iv) 5.5
1) Boys - median = 1.75, LQ = 1.5, UQ = 2.0, IQR = 0.5
Girls - median = 1.95, LQ = 1.75, UQ = 2.05, IQR = 0.3
2) Group A - median = 82, LQ = 78.5, UQ = 89.5, IQR = 11
Group B - median = 75, LQ = 71.5, UQ = 76.5, IQR = 5

1) Boys: 9, 34, ...., 54, ...., 69, 98
Girls: 13, 44, ...., 53, ...., 70, 91
2) Year 7: 5, 36, ...., 46, ...., 58, 78
Year 8: 14, 42, ...., 54, ...., 66, 91
3) Los Playa: 3, 4.5, ...., 6, ...., 8, 10.5
Los Goya: 1.5, 3.5, ...., 7, ...., 8.5, 13.5
1) 15 or below
2) 18 or above
3) 16 or 17
Why mightn't we draw a vertical line chart, even if we knew the individual scores?
Plenary
We want to compare the distributions of the two sets.
Why mightn't we draw a vertical line chart, even if we knew the individual scores?

It would have lots of different amounts that were not very frequent.
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