Regression, Correlation and Hypothesis Testing

A-Level Scheme of work: Edexcel A-Level Mathematics Year 2: Statistics: Regression, Correlation and Hypothesis Testing

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Regression, Correlation and Hypothesis Testing

A-Level Scheme of work: Edexcel A-Level Mathematics Year 2: Statistics: Regression, Correlation and Hypothesis Testing

Interpreting Cumulative Frequency Graphs

Linking cumulative frequency graphs to ratio, percentages and financial mathematics.

Plotting Scatter Graphs and Understanding Correlation

Common misconceptions when plotting scatter graphs and does correlation always mean causation?

Scheme of work for applied A-Level mathematics: Statistics: Data Collection

Using Box Plots to Interpret Sets of Data

How to compare datasets using box and whisker diagrams.

Mean Average from a Frequency Table

An intuitive understanding of ho to find the mean from a frequency table.

Two-Way Tables and Frequency Trees

Problem solving lesson on two-way tables and frequency trees.

How to plot and interpret a frequency diagram and polygon from grouped data.

Drawing Histograms with Unequal Class Widths

How to teach plotting and interpreting histograms with unequal class widths.

Comparing Datasets using the Mean and Range

The importance of the range when comparing comparing datasets.

How to Draw a Venn Diagram to Calculate Probabilities

How to teach finding the probability of events using Venn diagrams.

Mutually Exclusive Outcomes and Events

I teach mutually exclusive outcomes directly after students have encountered Venn diagrams. This is the fifth Year 8 Probability lesson.

Drawing Frequency Trees for GCSE Maths

How to teach drawing and interpreting frequency trees.

Box Plots and Whisker Diagrams

Earlier this week the school I work at was inspected. This caused a mixture of reaction amongst the staff. As a teacher of mathematics with a number of GCSE classes I was pretty confident I could expect to be observed. Box plots and whisker diagrams was my observation lesson. Beginning the Lesson As the students…

This is the second lesson in a probability project where students use probability to design a casino gambling game. In the first lesson the class created a spinner using fixed probabilities and compared the expected frequency of events with the actual results. This concluded with a discussion about the difference between theoretical and experimental probabilities,…

I love teaching probability. For me, it is not necessarily about working out the likelihood of an event occurring but working out the event when given the probability. What I mean by this is it’s not difficult to understand the probability of a fair dice landing on a 3 isÂ 1/6 or the chances of picking…

December 6, 2023

How to teach problem solving with angles in polygons through scaffolding.

December 4, 2023

Explore geometric series in our A-Level Maths tutorial. Perfect for students/teachers, with resources to download at mr-mathematics.com.