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Statistics
Statistical investigations
Within a range of meaningful contexts, students should be able to:
· S1 – plan a statistical investigation arising from the consideration of an issue or an experiment of interest
· S2 – collect appropriate data
· S3 – choose and construct quality data displays (frequency tables, bar charts and histograms) to communicate significant features in measurement data
· S4 – collect and display timeseries data
Interpreting statistical reports
Within a range of meaningful contexts, students should be able to:
· S5 – report the distinctive features (outliers, cluster and shape of data distribution) of data displays
· S6 – evaluate others interpretations of data displays
· S7 – make statements about implications and possible actions consistent with the results of a statistical investigation
Exploring probability
Within a range of meaningful contexts, students should be able to:
· S8 – estimate the relative frequencies of events and mark them on a scale
· S9 – find all possible outcomes for a sequence of events, using tree diagrams 
AWS Level 4 Statistics
