- Mathematics Standard
- Year 12
Data and Statistics
approx. 25 hrs
7 topics
59 concepts
Develop strong mathematical skills in Data and Statistics to approach your examinations with confidence.
approx. 25 hrs
7 topics
59 concepts
Develop strong mathematical skills in Data and Statistics to approach your examinations with confidence.
Data and Statistics is a learning program that covers the outcomes from the Statistics and Probability components of Year 12 General Mathematics, as defined in the NSW Senior Mathematics syllabus. In this program, we help students understand statistical processes and inquiry in society, acquire skills in statistical techniques to display and interpret small and large data sets, and apply reasoning when evaluating and constructing arguments when interpreting models based on statistical concepts.
This learning program is made up of the following 7 topics, broken down into 59 concepts.
Creating and evaluating questions as part of the statistical inquiry
Calculate proportions from a stratified sample
Calculate how to obtain a systematic sample
Identify and select different sampling techniques - simple random, systematic and stratified
Describe the process of a statistical investigation
Identify the target population - census or sample
Divide large sets of data into percentiles
Divide large sets of data into quartiles
Analyse a variety of data displays
Construct frequency histogram and polygon for grouped data
Construct Frequency Distribution Tables: Grouped Data
Construct frequency tables for grouped data from cumulative frequency graphs
Identify and explain which graph types are suitable for the type of data being considered
Identify and analyse misleading graphs
Read quartiles from graphs
Interpret a radar chart
Read percentiles from graphs
Read deciles from graphs
Divide large sets of data into deciles
Construct a radar chart
Construct the least-squares line of best fit
Demonstrate understanding of correlation and causation
Find the equation of the least-squares line of best fit
Interpret the slope and intercept of a regression line
Use a line of best fit to make predictions of data sets
Construct scatterplots
Classify the correlation coefficient from a scatterplot or given a value for r
Find the equation of a line of best fit
Interpret scatterplots including direction, form and strength
Draw a line of best fit on a scatterplot
Determine the five-number summary from a stem-and-leaf plot
Compare summary statistics, including mean, mode, median, and population standard deviation, for two sets of data
Estimate the median of a data set from a cumulative frequency polygon for grouped data
Estimate the upper and lower quartiles of a data set from a cumulative frequency polygon for grouped data
Calculate the range of ungrouped data sets
Calculate Interquartile Range
Establish a five-number summary for a data set
Construct a box plot using the five-number summary
Select and use the appropriate statistic (mean, median or mode) to describe features of a data set
Estimate the median From a cumulative frequency graph
Compare summary statistics from a variety of contexts including measures of centre and measures of spread
Finding the Standard Deviation on a Calculator
Finding the Mean on a Calculator
Finding the Mean From a Frequency Distribution Table
Finding the Mode From a Frequency Distribution Table
Identify outliers and describe the impact on the measures of centre and spread
Prepare an area chart to illustrate and compare different sets of data over time
Determine the percentages of data between any two quartiles on a box-and-whisker plot
Display two sets of data on a radar chart
Display data in two box-and-whisker plots drawn on the same scale
Display data in double (back-to-back) stem-and-leaf plots
Use two-way tables to calculate probabilities
Describe the shape of a distribution including skewness and modes
Calculate the standardised value, called the z-score, of a normal distribution
Use calculated z-scores to compare scores from different data sets
Recognise the effect of sample size in estimating the nature of a population
Apply counting techniques to list all possible samples of varying sizes from a known small population
Verify that the mean of the distribution of all possible sample means is equal to the population mean for populations
Use the capture/recapture technique for estimating the size of populations
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