Statistics (Data)

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#### Level contents

- * Assessment for the whole of Level 4
- ** Assessment test answers
- *** Assessment test records
- 4:01 Labelling the axes of graphs
- Label the vertical and horizontal axes of a graph. Complete and interpret the graph.
- 4:01C From tally to graph
- Tally weather and complete the table. Transfer data to vertical column graph.
- 4:02 Graphing and tables
- Transfer given data to table and complete a horizontal column graph. Transfer given data from Vertical column graph to table and interpret.
- 4:02PT Progress test
- Test of Statistics (Data)
- 4:03 Data
- Read, tabulate and graph data from tally marks. Round off heights of towers.
- 4:04 Column and picture graphs
- Identify and critique types of graphs shown. Redraw a graph as a horizontal column graph and interpret.
- 4:05 From survey to graph
- Survey class, tally, tabulate and graph data about mini-beasts. Interpret and extend graph.
- 4:05PT Progress test
- Test of Statistics (Data)
- 4:06 Making two-way tables
- Survey class about fast food. Transfer data to two-way tables. Interpret data.
- 4:06E Tallies and two-way tables
- Extension page. Tally data from your class names. Make a two-way table. Interpret.
- 4:07 Making two-way tables
- Use information given to complete table about favourite Sydney landmarks. Interpret. Survey your class and compare the data.
- 4:07E Position and making tables
- Extension page. Identify students by ordinal position. Colour hair and graph by hair colour. Form a question.
- 4:08 Graphs and two-way tables
- Critique and interpret different types of column graphs. Interpret data in a table.
- 4:08E Two-way tables
- Extension page. Interpret data in two-way tables.
- 4:08PT Progress test
- Test of Statistics (Data)
- 4:09 Tables speed tests
- Record speed test results on a table and graph.
- 4:10 Speed tests
- Record speed test results on a table and graph.
- 4:11 Two-way tables
- A families spending is to be tabled, their activities put on a spreadsheet. A more complex two-way table shows likes and dislikes of two colours by several children.
- 4:AC New Maths Builder Texts
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- 4:ACC Year 4 Cover
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- 4:SP00C Contents: Year 4 Maths Builder text
- Contents
- 4:SP00D Answers: 4:SP01-4:SP15
- The answers to the Year 4 Maths Builder text 4:SP01-4:SP15
- 4:SP01 Labelling the axes of graphs
- Label the vertical and horizontal axes of a graph. Complete and interpret the graph.
- 4:SP01C From tally to graph
- Tally weather and complete the table. Transfer data to vertical column graph.
- 4:SP02 Graphing and tables
- Transfer given data to table and complete a horizontal column graph. Transfer given data from Vertical column graph to table and interpret.
- 4:SP03 Column and picture graphs
- Identify and critique types of graphs shown. Redraw a graph as a horizontal column graph and interpret.
- 4:SP07 From survey to graph
- Survey class, tally, tabulate and graph data about mini-beasts. Interpret and extend graph.
- 4:SP08 Making two-way tables
- Survey class about fast food. Transfer data to two-way tables. Interpret data.
- 4:SP08C Two-way tables
- A family's spending is to be tabled and their activities put on a spreadsheet. The more complex two-way table shows likes and dislikes of two colours by several children.
- 4:SP09 Graphs and two-way tables
- Critique and interpret different types of column graphs. Interpret data in a table.
- 4:SP10 Using keys
- Use the symbols in the teaching box (table/graph) to work out how many people attended each day and altogether. Use the key to work out the real number of objects in each instance and in the picture graph. Draw the pictures using the key where each face equals 4 students.
- 4:SP10C Picture graphs
- Interpret the picture graph. Answer the questions. Using the key, draw a picture graph for the information shown in the table. Answer the questions. Draw conclusions from the data.
- 4:SP11 Using the key of a picture graph
- Fill in the table/ graph, using keys given. Choose the best key and explain. Complete a picture graph using your chosen key and then draw a column graph. Work out a key for each set of data, so that 5 or 6 pictures will be the most that are drawn for any one category.
- 4:SP11C Picture graphs
- Write what the pictures in the picture graph key stand for. What does half a picture stand for? Compare and interpret the data shown in the graphs to answer the questions. Compare the scales of the graph keys.
- 4:SP14 Making two-way tables
- Use information given to complete table about favourite Sydney landmarks. Interpret. Survey your class and compare the data.
- 4:SP14C Position and making tables
- Extension page. Identify students by ordinal position. Colour hair and graph by hair colour. Form a question.
- 4:SP15 Speed tests
- Record speed test results on a table and graph.
- 4:SP16 Important things you should know
- Tables and facts that you should know