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S1-Linear Interpolation

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    Would someone be kind enough to give me and explain the linear interpolation formula used for s1 edexcel board?

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    Would someone be kind enough to give me and explain the linear interpolation formula used for s1 edexcel board?

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    use linear interpolation for group frequency table to find quartiles ( Q1 , Q2 , Q3 )

    DO u have any examples ? u can bring to here and we can solve it together ===> that'll be more understanding about it
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    (Original post by milan5baros)
    Would someone be kind enough to give me and explain the linear interpolation formula used for s1 edexcel board?

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    Hey im doing S1 Edexcel(im a2 retake). (IF youve got the S1 Heniemann modular book check page 34) Ive used the formula as below:
    SOmeting/something x Class Width + Lowest COmmon Boundary, its in that book mentioned, im just gonna go and check it.
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    (Original post by prettyboy_bn)
    use linear interpolation for group frequency table to find quartiles ( Q1 , Q2 , Q3 )

    DO u have any examples ? u can bring to here and we can solve it together ===> that'll be more understanding about it

    I havent really got any examples with me at the minute, could you quote the formula?

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    Alright , below are some pages all about quartiles , i think its be Ok for u
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    the new s1 book has a different method without using the formula, 3 dots on a line, fairly easier to learn.

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