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# gcse statistics 27th June, how did you find it watch

1. (Original post by EverythingGreen)
How did you work it out?
dnt remember
2. (Original post by ihatehannah)
dnt remember
I can barely remember what I wrote too haha
3. (Original post by EverythingGreen)
I can barely remember what I wrote too haha
xd, What do you think you got and what are your predictions for the grade boundaries.
4. (Original post by ihatehannah)
xd, What do you think you got and what are your predictions for the grade boundaries.
Hard to tell how it went for me imo. But I think an A* might be around 76-78 too
5. I got 105.6 minutes for the Histogram question

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6. (Original post by ihatehannah)
the histogram question where you had to estimate the time taken for the 21 runners, did you get 106 minutes?
Yes i got that
7. (Original post by harry_16)
I got 105.6 minutes for the Histogram question

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prob a range , so that is fine
8. am I only one who was baffed at the question that said are x and y exhaustive events
9. (Original post by ihatehannah)
am I only one who was baffed at the question that said are x and y exhaustive events
I was too, what did you write ? I wrote yes because one affects the other. Idk what i wrote i was confused
10. (Original post by ihatehannah)
am I only one who was baffed at the question that said are x and y exhaustive events
Yes, they are exhaustive because they contained all possible outcomes (if you added all probabilities in the Venn diagram you got 1)

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11. (Original post by nisha.sri)
I was too, what did you write ? I wrote yes because one affects the other. Idk what i wrote i was confused
I wrote probabilities are different
12. (Original post by ihatehannah)
the histogram question where you had to estimate the time taken for the 21 runners, did you get 106 minutes?
I got 106
13. (Original post by harry_16)
Yes, they are exhaustive because they contained all possible outcomes (if you added all probabilities in the Venn diagram you got 1)

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eee u clever thang, I don't know anyone who got that right in my school
14. what did you guys write for advantage of 10 random offices being chosen, I wrote equal chance of selection but not all opinions are considered from all offices.
15. (Original post by ihatehannah)
what did you guys write for advantage of 10 random offices being chosen, I wrote equal chance of selection but not all opinions are considered from all offices.
I just said it was quick cause it was cluster sampling (right?)

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16. (Original post by ihatehannah)
what did you guys write for advantage of 10 random offices being chosen, I wrote equal chance of selection but not all opinions are considered from all offices.
Yeh same for advantage
17. Anyone know the area of the sector question , i put that 100% is 360•, so 1 is 3.6
3.6 x the value in the table???
18. What did everyone get for the radius of 5 cm and it asked for the other one ?
19. (Original post by nisha.sri)
What did everyone get for the radius of 5 cm and it asked for the other one ?
6 cm
20. (Original post by ihatehannah)
gradient of line of best fit 133.3 ?
yes, i left it as 400/3

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