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Worksheets on Probability and Statistics

Provides practice in calculating the theoretical probability of simple events involving a single trial - e.g. tossing a coin, rolling a die, drawing a card from a standard deck.

Provides practice in drawing grids to show the possible outcomes when two trials are conducted simultaneously - e.g. two coins are thrown, a card is drawn and a die is rolled.

Provides practice in drawing tree diagrams to list the possible outcomes when two or more trials or choices are considered simultaneoulsy - e.g. tossing three coins, rolling a coin and a die, choosing a make and model of car.

This worksheet provides students with practice in compiling Venn Diagrams involving two intersecting groups, and determining the probability of events from those groups.

Looks at odds as used in gambling - e.g. horse racing. Requires students to calculate the amount returned for a winning bet at given odds.

Provides students with practice in calculating the mean, median, mode and range from data presented as lists of numbers.

Provides students with practice in constructing frequency tables from survey data.

3 worksheets to provide students with practice in completing frequency tables from survey data, using class intervals (e.g. 0-9, 10-19, 20-29 etc). Students also calculate the mean and mode of the data, and construct histograms and frequency polygons.

Provides students with practice in calculating the mean, median, mode and range from data presented in frequency tables.

Provides students with practice in constructing stemplots (stem and leaf plots) from given data.

Provides students with practice in constructing back to back stemplots (stem & leaf plots) given two sets of data which must be compared.

Students are required to construct contingency tables to display two related sets of data from a given sample (e.g. age and employment status). Students then calculate percentages and make predictions based on these percentages.

Students construct scatterplots, determine a line of best fit (by eye) and make predictions based on the line of best fit.

Provides students with practice in constructing vertical bar/column graphs from survey data.

Provides students with practice in constructing line graphs from survey data.

Provides students with practice in constructing pie/circle graphs from survey data.

Provides students with practice in determining the values represented by different sectors on a pie/circle graph.

Provides students with practice in presenting data using a range of graph types including horizontal and vertical bar graphs, line graph, pie graph and radar chart.

Given frequency table data, student calculate cumulative frequencies and use these to construct an ogive. Students are then required to answer questions based on the ogive.