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    (Original post by AMELIA-x)
    Oops maybe I did it wrong :/ I used the a=y(mean)-b(xmean) was that right?


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    For find your a value? Or your b value?


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    (Original post by Son234)
    For find your a value? Or your b value?


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    A value sorry got a little confused


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    (Original post by AMELIA-x)
    A value sorry got a little confused


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    That's what I have been trying to say lol thats right


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    (Original post by Welbeck)
    Did everyone find that it was different to the past paper questions by far and they expected you do a lot more!
    Definitely, suppose they wanted you to use calculator less
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    (Original post by Zebrajess)
    If all data is multiplied, standard deviation is also multiplied by that same scale factor.
    If all data has a number added to it, standard deviation stays the same.
    So you're meant to just multiply the standard deviation, not take away 32.

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    Exactly what I did
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    (Original post by AMELIA-x)
    Oops maybe I did it wrong :/ I used the a=y(mean)-b(xmean) was that right?


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    yea, that's the right formula for a. Did you get 0.6?
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    Q)1
    Mean = 62.3
    σ = 16.8
    Mean = 16.8
    σ = 9.319
    rxy0.997
    /7
    Q)2
    0
    0.9452
    0.76986
    426.13
    416.98
    /13
    Q)3
    0.9701
    0.0769
    0.01597
    0.4506
    27
    /11
    Q)4
    r = 0.9107
    r = 0.6402
    r = 0.98196
    Estimated Weight = 124.5
    ‘a’ = 0.46085
    ‘b’ = 1.001
    /17
    Q)5
    0.855
    0.72
    0.684
    0
    P(neither go) = 0.00425
    /11
    Q)6
    98%CI = (19.714,20.086)
    0.01191
    0.88708
    /16


    These are the numerical answers that I got in order..
    There are probably many mistakes, so please feel free to re-post and correct!
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    Q)1
    Mean = 62.3
    σ = 16.8
    Mean = 16.8
    σ = 9.319
    rxy0.997
    /7
    Q)2
    0
    0.9452
    0.76986
    426.13
    416.98
    /13
    Q)3
    0.9701
    0.0769
    0.01597
    0.4506
    27
    /11
    Q)4
    r = 0.9107
    r = 0.6402
    r = 0.98196
    Estimated Weight = 124.5
    ‘a’ = 0.46085
    ‘b’ = 1.001
    /17
    Q)5
    0.855
    0.72
    0.684
    0
    P(neither go) = 0.00425
    /11
    Q)6
    98%CI = (19.714,20.086)
    0.01191
    0.88708
    /16


    These are the numerical answers that I got in order..
    There are probably many mistakes, so please feel free to re-post and correct!
    I got 14 for the last part of Q3, and for the last part of Q6, you had to put your value to the power of 10, as it asked for the probability of all 10 being greater than 25
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    Q)1
    Mean = 62.3
    σ = 16.8
    Mean = 16.8
    σ = 9.319
    rxy0.997
    /7
    Q)2
    0
    0.9452
    0.76986
    426.13
    416.98
    /13
    Q)3
    0.9701
    0.0769
    0.01597
    0.4506
    27
    /11
    Q)4
    r = 0.9107
    r = 0.6402
    r = 0.98196
    Estimated Weight = 124.5
    ‘a’ = 0.46085
    ‘b’ = 1.001
    /17
    Q)5
    0.855
    0.72
    0.684
    0
    P(neither go) = 0.00425
    /11
    Q)6
    98%CI = (19.714,20.086)
    0.01191
    0.88708
    /16


    These are the numerical answers that I got in order..
    There are probably many mistakes, so please feel free to re-post and correct!
    how-how do you remember!?
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    (Original post by MrJiggly)
    how-how do you remember!?
    I input all my numerical values on my Graphics Calculator..
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    is that edexcel?
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    (Original post by 002)
    I got 14 for the last part of Q3, and for the last part of Q6, you had to put your value to the power of 10, as it asked for the probability of all 10 being greater than 25
    Oh right, fair enough..I'm just hoping for at least 60/75, fingers crossed!
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    (Original post by RoseBrilliante)
    Haha, I see what you did there
    I'm glad you did thats for doing it to me lol


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    (Original post by Joe899)
    Oh right, fair enough..I'm just hoping for at least 60/75, fingers crossed!
    I wasn't saying you were wrong! I'm just saying what I did, no doubt knowing my luck 27 was correct!
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    (Original post by WanabePhysicist)
    Looks like I will be the first one to take a pop at the grade boundaries:

    A :: 54raw
    B :: 48raw
    C :: 42raw
    D :: 36raw
    E :: 31raw

    They are rather optimistic but I would say that was the hardest Stats 1b yet.
    haha i hope there the grade boundaries! i reckon theyll be higher though
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    (Original post by 002)
    I got 14 for the last part of Q3, and for the last part of Q6, you had to put your value to the power of 10, as it asked for the probability of all 10 being greater than 25
    I am so relieved you said to the power of 10




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    (Original post by 002)
    I wasn't saying you were wrong! I'm just saying what I did, no doubt knowing my luck 27 was correct!
    Ah well, no point dwelling over it..nothing you can do now! We shall see come results day..
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    Imagine if the grade boundaries were

    A:: 64
    B:: 57
    C:: 50
    D:: 43
    E:: 36

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    (Original post by Son234)
    Imagine if the grade boundaries were

    A:: 64
    B:: 57
    C:: 50
    D:: 43
    E:: 36

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    Think they'll be lower than that. I'd say about 59ish for an A.
 
 
 
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