Interpreting frequency tables

In this lesson, we will learn how to sort data into a frequency table.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.Here is a list of annual salaries at a company: £25,000, £25,000, £26,000, £26,000, £26,000, £27,000, £27,000, £28,000, £100,000. Why would the mean not be the most appropriate measure of average?

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Q2.Samira asks a sample of her class their favourite colour. The results are: blue, pink, red, red, blue, pink, green, brown, red. Which of these averages would be the most appropriate to use?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Here is a list of annual salaries at a company: £25,000, £25,000, £26,000, £26,000, £26,000, £27,000, £27,000, £28,000, £100,000. Why would the mean not be the most appropriate measure of average?

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Q2.Samira asks a sample of her class their favourite colour. The results are: blue, pink, red, red, blue, pink, green, brown, red. Which of these averages would be the most appropriate to use?

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Interpreting Frequency Tables:

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Q1.Looking at the table below, how many people had 2 pets at home?

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Q2.Looking at the table below, what is the mode number of pets?

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Q3.Looking at the table below, what is the range number of pets?

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Q4.Looking at the table again answer the following question. If everyone in the survey brought their pets to the park, how many pets in total would there be?

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Interpreting Frequency Tables:

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

Q1.Looking at the table below, how many people had 2 pets at home?

1/4

Q2.Looking at the table below, what is the mode number of pets?

2/4

Q3.Looking at the table below, what is the range number of pets?

3/4

Q4.Looking at the table again answer the following question. If everyone in the survey brought their pets to the park, how many pets in total would there be?

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