Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will begin with a recap of the previous lessons content and some further practise of using formulas. We will discover the difference between data and information, and between primary and secondary sources of data.


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5 Questions

In a Spreadsheet how would you write a formula for 4 x 3?
Correct answer: =4*3
In a Spreadsheet how would you write a formula for 179 + 56?
Correct answer: =179+56
In a Spreadsheet how would you write a formula for 764 divided by 4?
Correct answer: =764/4
In the image shown has a auto fill been used for column D?
An image in a quiz
Correct answer: Yes
In the image shown has the last column made use of an auto fill?
An image in a quiz
Correct answer: No

5 Questions

What is the meaning of a formula?
Correct answer: A formula is a calculation, which starts with a = sign.
A formula is when different chemicals are placed together to create a reaction.
A formula never starts with a = sign and involves only numbers with no symbols.
What is Data?
Data can be anything.
Correct answer: Data is facts and figures.
Data is just symbols.
What is the difference between data and information?
When data is converted into information so that only text words are used.
Correct answer: When data is organised so that it has some meaning to it, it then becomes information.
When you use charts to show only information about females in a class.
Which one of these is an example of a primary source?
Correct answer: Interview
Radio show
What is a secondary source?
Correct answer: A secondary source is a source which you have found and may decide to use.
A secondary source is the same as a primary source, except it looks prettier, like a chart.
A secondary source is when you decide to carry out a survey.