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*Do you have an above average number of legs?*

**New Topic:** Averages

By the end of this topic you will:

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Posted on Wednesday 27 October, 2010 by Mr H

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**New Topic:** Averages

By the end of this topic you will:

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Posted on Wednesday 27 October, 2010 by Mr H

There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics.

Benjamin Disraeli, 1804-81

**New Topic:** More Statistics, MiA 3³ Ch12

In this topic you will revise your current knowledge and skills in statistics, looking in more detail at drawing valid conclusions from your calculations.

You will learn how to analyse the spread of data using Standard Deviation.

Filed under: 3rd Year | Tagged: National 5, standard deviation, statistics | 1 Comment »

Posted on Wednesday 9 September, 2009 by Mr H

There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics.

Benjamin Disraeli, 1804-81

**New Topic:** Statistics – Charts & Tables, MiA 3³ Ch6

In this topic you will extend your current knowledge of statistical charts and calculations and learn new ways to display, analyse and interpret data.

Filed under: 3rd Year | Tagged: National 5, statistics | 25 Comments »

Posted on Tuesday 18 August, 2009 by Mr H

Do you have an above average number of legs?

**New Topic:** More Statistics, MiA 3² Ch12

In this topic you will extend your current knowledge of calculating averages by working from grouped data and frequency tables. You will also revise basic probability.

Filed under: 4th Year | Tagged: frequency, general, mean, median, mode, probabilty, range, statistics | 1 Comment »

Posted on Wednesday 30 April, 2008 by Mr H

There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics.

Benjamin Disraeli, 1804-81

**New Topic:** Statistics – Charts & Tables, MiA 3³ Ch6

In this topic you will extend your current knowledge of statistical charts and calculations and learn new ways to display, analyse and interpret data.

Filed under: 3rd Year | Tagged: National 5, statistics | 17 Comments »