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AWS Level 5 Statistics
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Statistics
Statistical investigations
Within a range of meaningful contexts, students should be able to:
· S1 – plan and conduct statistical investigations of variables associated with different categories within a data set, or variables of variables over time
· S2 – consider the variables of interest, identify the one(s) to be studied, and select and justify samples for collection
· S3 – find, and authenticate by reference to appropriate displays, data measures such as mean, median, mode, interquartile range and range
· S4 – discuss discrete and continuous numeric data presented in quality displays
· S5 – collect and display comparative samples in appropriate displays such as backtoback stemandleaf, boxandwhisker, and composite line graphs
Interpreting statistical reports
Within a range of meaningful contexts, students should be able to:
· S6 – use data displays and measures to compare data associated with different categories
· S7 – make statements about timerelated variation as a result of statistical investigation
· S8 – report on possible sources of error and limitations of an investigation
Exploring probability
Within a range of meaningful contexts, students should be able to:
· S9 – determine probabilities of events based on observations of lonerun relative frequency
· S10 determine the theoretical probabilities of the outcomes of an event such as the rolling of a die or drawing a card from the deck
· S11 predict the outcome of a simple probability experiment, test it, and explain the results
· S12 find the probability of a given sequence of events, using tree diagrams
