Comparing Data Sets Tick or Trash

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This resource covers the topic of comparing data represented in lists. Pupils compare the data sets using mode, median, mean and range, and interquartile ranges. There are three tick or trash worksheets and one independent extension task.

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This resource covers the topic of comparing data represented in lists. Pupils compare the data sets using mode, median, mean and range, and interquartile ranges. There are three tick or trash worksheets and one independent extension task. The four worksheets in detail are;

  • Worksheet A: This has three discrete data sets and pupils are asked to find the mode, range and median.
  • Worksheet B: This has three discrete data sets and pupils are asked to find the quartiles and hence the interquartile range.
  • Worksheet C: This requires pupils to compare two data sets by finding the range, median, mode, mean and interquartile range.
  • Worksheet D: This is an independent task in which pupils are finding the mean and interquartile range of discrete data represented both a list of data and tables of data.

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