Hope you’re all settling back into school well after the summer holidays. I haven’t updated the site in a while but I’m pleased to say I’ve got a new set of notes available for you to download today. These notes are on the Data and Statistics strand of the General Mathematics course. This first note is for the Year 11 Preliminary course and I will be following it up with the Year 12 HSC course note within the next few weeks. Furthermore, I will be adding more notes to cover the rest of the General Mathematics course over the coming months so you will soon have a full set of concise easy to follow notes which you can use to study and revise for your exams.
The topics covered in this set of notes include:
- Statistics and Society
- Collecting of Data
- Classification of Data
- Organising and Displaying Data
- Stem-and-leaf plot
- Column graph
- Bar graph
- Sector graphs
- Line graphs
- Radar chart
- Dot plot
- Tabulation of Statistical Data
- Frequency distribution table
- Frequency Histograms and Frequency Polygons
- Tally and frequency charts
- Cumulative frequency histograms and polygons
- Grouped Data
As always, each topic includes easy to follow examples so you can quickly revise the theory and see it in action. There’s also a dedicated section at the end which summarises the main points from all the preceding topics. This should prove very useful as you do your exam revision.
The notes are provided in a convenient PDF file which will be available for you to download immediately after purchase and will also be instantly delivered to your inbox. The file should be viewable across all your connected devices without any need for special software and can be printed off too if you wish.
These notes are perfect for Year 11 and Year 12 students who are either currently tackling the Data and Statistics strand or are revising for exams and want a clear and concise set of notes that make the topics easy to understand and learn.
You can download the file now from the Notes page or by clicking the button below. Please also remember to leave some feedback so that I can improve these notes in the future and remember to check back for more notes that I will be adding to the site very soon!