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**Comparing Data presented in Frequency Tables**

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**Comparing Data presented in Frequency Tables**

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**Explain how you know there are 30 students? **

The National Curriculum levels in Mathematics for some students in Year 9 were recorded in the following table Level (L) Number of Students (N) 3 4 5 6 9 7 8 Total Explain how you know there are 30 students? Complete this list showing the level for each of the students: 4, 4, 4, 4, 5, 5, 5, 5, 6, 6, … What is the median level achieved by a student?

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**Complete the sub totals column. **

The National Curriculum levels in Mathematics for some students in Year 9 were recorded in the following table Level (L) Number of Students (N) Sub totals (N x L) 3 4 5 6 9 7 8 Total Complete the sub totals column. Add up the Sub totals to find the total of the levels of the students? What is the mean level achieved by each student?

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**The 30 students also study both French and Spanish **

The National Curriculum levels are shown in the following table Level in Spanish Level in French

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**Complete the table below for French**

Level (L) Number of Students (N) 1 2 3 4 5 6 What is the median level achieved in French?

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**Number of French Students Number of Spanish Students**

Complete the table below for French and Spanish Level (L) Number of French Students Number of Spanish Students 1 2 3 4 5 6 Are students better at French or Spanish and how can you tell? End of Problem Return to Menu

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**Comparing Data presented in Frequency Tables**

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**How many students results were collected? **

The National Curriculum levels in Mathematics for some students in Year 9 were recorded in the following table Level (L) Number of Students (N) 3 4 5 6 9 7 8 Total How many students results were collected? What is the median level achieved by a student?

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**Complete the table above. **

The National Curriculum levels in Mathematics for some students in Year 9 were recorded in the following table Level (L) Number of Students (N) Sub totals (N x L) 3 4 5 6 9 7 8 Total Complete the table above. What is the mean level achieved by each student?

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**The 30 students also study both French and Spanish **

The National Curriculum levels are shown in the following table Level in Spanish Level in French

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**Complete the table below for French**

Level (L) Number of Students (N) 1 2 3 4 5 6 What is the median level achieved in French?

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**Number of French Students Number of Spanish Students**

Complete the table below for French and Spanish Level (L) Number of French Students Number of Spanish Students 1 2 3 4 5 6 Are students better at French or Spanish and how can you tell? End of Problem Return to Menu

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**Comparing Data presented in Frequency Tables**

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**What is the median level achieved by a student?**

The National Curriculum levels in Mathematics for some students in Year 9 were recorded in the following table Level (L) Number of Students (N) 3 4 5 6 9 7 8 Total What is the median level achieved by a student?

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**Complete the table above. **

The National Curriculum levels in Mathematics for some students in Year 9 were recorded in the following table Level (L) Number of Students (N) Sub totals (N x L) 3 4 5 6 9 7 8 Total Complete the table above. What is the mean level achieved by each student?

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**The 30 students also study both French and Spanish **

The National Curriculum levels are shown in the following table Level in Spanish Level in French

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**Complete the table below for French**

Level (L) Number of Students (N) 1 2 3 4 5 6 What is the median level achieved in French? Explain clearly how you obtained your answer.

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**Are students better at French or Spanish and how can you tell?**

Level in Spanish Level in French Are students better at French or Spanish and how can you tell? End of Problem Return to Menu

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**Comparing Data presented in Frequency Tables**

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**What is the median level achieved by a student?**

The National Curriculum levels in Mathematics for some students in Year 9 were recorded in the following table Level (L) Number of Students (N) 3 4 5 6 9 7 8 What is the median level achieved by a student?

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**What is the mean level achieved by each student?**

The National Curriculum levels in Mathematics for some students in Year 9 were recorded in the following table Level (L) Number of Students (N) 3 4 5 6 9 7 8 What is the mean level achieved by each student?

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**The students also study both French and Spanish **

The National Curriculum levels are shown in the following table Level in Spanish Level in French

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**What is the median level achieved in French? **

Explain clearly how you obtained your answer. Are students better at French or Spanish and how can you tell? End of Problem Return to Menu

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**Comparing Data presented in Frequency Tables**

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**What is the mean level achieved by each student?**

The National Curriculum levels in Mathematics for some students in Year 9 were recorded in the following table Level (L) Number of Students (N) 3 4 5 6 9 7 8 What is the mean level achieved by each student?

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**The students also study both French and Spanish **

The National Curriculum levels are shown in the following table Level in Spanish Level in French

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**What is the median level achieved in French? **

Explain clearly how you obtained your answer. Are students better at French or Spanish and how can you tell? Give as many clearly explained reasons as you can. End of Problem Return to Menu

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