1. (Below) Drawing and Reading Histograms

2. (Below) Pret Homework

3. (Below) Suite of activities by SuffolkMaths

4. (Below) Frequency Density Task

5. (Below) Exam Questions

5.(Below) More exam questions

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1. (Below) Drawing and Reading Histograms

2. (Below) Pret Homework

3. (Below) Suite of activities by SuffolkMaths

4. (Below) Frequency Density Task

5. (Below) Exam Questions

5.(Below) More exam questions

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I just had to look at the exam questions. AAAAAARGH!

10<= age <11

10< age <=11

Which means what?

Some with a discrete variable (marks), some with a continuous variable (height). So what does 20 mean?

Scale on one graph has 11 steps from 0 to 1 and 10 steps from 1 to 2

All very sloppy indeed.

Pearson had a hand in this ?

Exam qs 2 is pearson. Will take a look at the other in a bit

It says AQA for each question.