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Collecting and Using data

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Collecting and Using data
Starter
Start on the left, work your way across doing the calculations in your head, and write down the answer.

START ANSWER

5 >> x4 , x5 , ÷4 , +7 , ÷8 , square , +5 , +19 , ÷20 ………….

800 >> ÷4 , +10 , ÷3 , ÷2 , ÷5 , x4 , ÷2 , ÷7 , x8 ………….

39 >> +9 , ÷8 , x7 , -12 , ÷3 , ÷2 , square , +11 , ÷4 ………….

4 >> +16 , x2 , +5 , ÷9 , -3 , square , square , +20 , ÷4 ………….

18 >> ÷9 , square , x6 , -3 , x2 , +6 , ÷6 , +19 , ÷3 ………….

Raw Data
Tally Charts
L.O. - Collect data and choose a suitable representation (Level 5/6)
Starter
Start on the left, work your way across doing the calculations in your head, and write down the answer.

START ANSWER

5 >> x4 , x5 , ÷4 , +7 , ÷8 , square , +5 , +19 , ÷20 …
2
….

800 >> ÷4 , +10 , ÷3 , ÷2 , ÷5 , x4 , ÷2 , ÷7 , x8 …
16
….

39 >> +9 , ÷8 , x7 , -12 , ÷3 , ÷2 , square , +11 , ÷4 …
9
….

4 >> +16 , x2 , +5 , ÷9 , -3 , square , square , +20 , ÷4 …
9
….

18 >> ÷9 , square , x6 , -3 , x2 , +6 , ÷6 , +19 , ÷3 …
9
….

What after the tally chart?
Pictogram? , Bar Chart?
Vertical Line Chart?
What after the tally chart?
Pictogram?

Bar Chart?

Vertical Line Chart?
Juvenile audience.
Where the size of the
category matters
more than the
actual value.
Compare sizes of
individual groups.
Used for different categories.
Categories can be broken down.
Used for numerical data.
Allows comparing of different numerical data.
Stops any consideration of width.
Examples
Pictogram?

Bar Chart?

Vertical Line Chart?
Sunshine statistics for different holiday results.
Votes for different political parties.
Level of students in a Year group at school.
Create your own...
Take your paper and fold it to create 8 pieces.
Write your own example of a situation where you would use (a) a pictogram (b) a bar chart and (c) a vertical line chart.

Go round others and write down any they have that you don't until your boxes are all full.
Deciding charts.
Decide which is a suitable chart for each frequency table.
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