# 4302 June 2007 1 FB 1 Foundation B Question 6 Question 6 tally chart; bar chart Question 7 Question 7 interpret pie chart Question 8 Question 8 probability.

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4302 June 2007 1 FB 1 Foundation B Question 6 Question 6 tally chart; bar chart Question 7 Question 7 interpret pie chart Question 8 Question 8 probability Question 9 Question 9 scatter graph; describe the relationship Question 10 Question 10 rewrite an unsuitable question from a survey GradeGrade boundaries

4302 June 2007 1 FB 2 6. The items bought one day from a vending machine are recorded in the tally chart. (a) Complete the frequency column (b) Draw a bar chart of this data on the grid below itemtallyfrequency Crisps (C) Water (W) Milk (M) Orange (O) 20 22 13 5 1 mark

4302 June 2007 1 FB 3 (c) How many items were bought altogether? 3 marks 1 mark 25 20 15 10 5 0 C W M O 20 + 22 + 13 + 5 = 60 Answer: 60

4302 June 2007 1 FB 4 7. The pie chart shows the number of each type of fish that Frank caught in one day. (a) Tick one box for each statement (i) Half the fish caught were roach (ii) There were more eels caught than pike (iii) The pike weighed more than all of the roach True False Cannot say perch roach eels pike    3 marks

4302 June 2007 1 FB 5 3 marks One-third of the fish were perch 1 / 3 of 30 is 10 10 + 15 = 25, so the five fish left must be eels and pike Answer : 5 perch roach eels pike 7 (b) Frank caught 30 fish altogether One-third of the fish caught were perch How many eels and pike were caught altogether? Half the fish were roach ½ of 30 is 15

4302 June 2007 1 FB 6 8. A bag contains 6 toffees, 4 chocolates and 5 chews One sweet is chosen at random from the bag Write down the probability that the chosen sweet is (a) a toffee 6 toffees, 15 sweets 11 chews and toffees, 15 sweets (b) a chew or a toffee 2 marks

4302 June 2007 1 FB 7 9 The distance and cost of various flights is shown in the table (a) Plot the data as a scatter graph (b) Describe the relationship shown by your scatter graph Distance (miles) 50090011002500350055006000 Cost (£) 150140200300400520550 Distance (miles) cost (£) The longer the flight, the higher the cost 2 marks 1 mark

4302 June 2007 1 FB 8 10 Joe carries out a survey about fast foods This is one of his questions This question is not suitable Rewrite the question so that it is suitable Include response boxes Do you agree that eating fast foods is unhealthy? What is your opinion on this statement? Tick the box that matches it Eating fast foods is unhealthy opinion Strongly disagree disagree No opinion agree Strongly agree Tick one 2 marks

4302 June 2007 1 FB 9 Grade boundaries out of 20 marks - a rough guide! gradeGFEDC marks58101316

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