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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will discuss whether data in tables fit our hypotheses or not.

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3 Questions

Q1.
The graph below shows the favourite sport of some pupils in Year 8, how many prefer boxing?
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10
4
6
Correct answer: 8
Q2.
Looking at the same graph, is the following statement true or false: "Triple the number of people prefer boxing to athletics"
Correct answer: False
Impossible to say
True
Q3.
Which statement is true? Select one.
Correct answer: 25% more people prefer other sports to athletics
4 more people prefer cricket to boxing
Double the number of people prefer athletics to tennis
Triple the number of people prefer other sports to tennis

3 Questions

Q1.
Look at the table below, which shows the favourite lunch option for boys and girls in Year 8. First, how many boys in total were asked?
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100
150
25
Correct answer: 50
Q2.
Looking at the table below, what proportion of boys prefer sandwiches?
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12%
18%
Correct answer: 36%
39%
Q3.
Looking at the table again, which of these statements is INCORRECT?
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A higher proportion of girls like soup than boys
Half of girls prefer pizza
Correct answer: More girls than boys like pizza, so girls prefer pizza to boys
Soup is the least popular of the 3 options