From Spring 1 Convert to From last term: Work out angle and give reasons. From last year: Simplify Mark your work 16 4 400 4 400 16 2=400 400=160000 2 100 2 Mark your work
20+10 10(2+1) 10 = = =2 10+5 5(2+1) 5 The height of a person The weight of a dog The number of students in a class The result of rolling a dice Time taken to run 5K The temperature The number of apples in an orchard The pressure exerted by an elephant
The circumference of a circle The amount of money in a savings account Shoe size The number of viewers of a TV show These cards represent two different types of data. In pairs put these cards into two groups. The height of a person The weight of a dog The number of students in a class The result of rolling a dice Time taken to run 5K
The temperature The number of apples in an orchard The pressure exerted by an elephant The circumference of a circle The amount of money in a savings account Shoe size The number of viewers of a TV show Discrete data can only take certain values. Continuous data can take any value (within a range). Which data is discrete? Which data is continuous? The height of a person Continuous
The weight of a dog Continuous The number of students in a class Discrete The result of rolling a dice Discrete Time taken to run 5K Continuous The temperature Continuous The number of apples in an orchard Discrete The pressure exerted by an elephant Continuous The circumference of
a circle Continuous The amount of money in a savings account Discrete Shoe size Discrete The number of viewers of a TV show Discrete Discrete data can only take certain values. Continuous data can take any value (within a range). The hours of sunshine each month in the UK is shown in the table: Jan Feb Mar Apr
May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 19 24 37 55 59 62
68 70 59 48 35 26 A line graph can be drawn to show how the number of hours sunshine changes as a year passes.
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec h The hours of sunshine each month in the UK is shown in the table: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct
Nov Dec 19 24 37 55 59 62 68 70 59 48 35
26 This line graph is an example of a time series graph. It can be drawn for discrete or continuous data and shows how data changes over time. Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec h
Decide which of the following descriptions you would draw a time series graph for. The annual average temperature in the UK from 2008 to 2018. The heights of children in particular school. The number of sweets in 5000 bags produced by Haribo The quarterly sales profit for a clothes shop for the year 2018 The daily food consumption of a family over a week The birth rate in Scotland from 1900 to 2000. Decide which of the following descriptions you would draw a time series graph for.
The annual average temperature in the UK from 2008 to 2018. The number of sweets in 5000 bags produced by Haribo The quarterly sales profit for a clothes shop for the year 2018 The heights of children in particular school. The daily food consumption of a family over a week The birth rate in Scotland from 1900 to 2000. Title: Time Series Graphs A time series graph can show trends in the data as well as each individual values of the data. In your books:
Bens quarterly gas bills over a period of two years are shown in the table Jan-Mar Apr-Jun Jul-Sep Oct-Dec 2017 65 38 24 60 2018 68 42 30
68 Plot the data on a graph and comment on any pattern in the data. Mark your work Consolidation 1. 2. Mark your work Mark your work