Comparing Data Distributions - TN

 teachMathematics: Comparing Data Distributions - TN

Use this fun, fictional set of results on a number of levels! Processing data, calculating averages, quartiles, ranges and more. Most importantly this resource is great for comparing distributions. The data is full of surprises and two sets might have some things in common and other things really quite different!In response to headlines that ‘Monkeys will do just as well in today’s multiple-choice maths tests, students...

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