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    (Original post by TheGreatImposter)
    lol neither do I. Gonna hit tesco before school. It's really really simple though, I think there's a paper that had it lemme find it for you.
    Have a go, you have to be prepared for whatever they throw at you.
    Thankyou! I'll have a go.. Let's just hope it doesn't come up
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    (Original post by Minnieh21)
    We haven't even been taught anything about this


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    No, I haven't the foggiest on what it is either. I wouldn't worry, surely it'd have been in guides or something if it was that important
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    (Original post by jaggles123)
    I don't either! My teacher only told us about pie charts TODAY. Hopefully my teacher will find me one
    It's so annoying, my teacher hasn't even mentioned it... I wouldn't have known if I didn't come on here!
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    (Original post by EmCrow)
    It's so annoying, my teacher hasn't even mentioned it... I wouldn't have known if I didn't come on here!
    Thank god for Student Room!! Don't panic though, there's 1% chance pie charts will come up we will find out in 18 hours if pie charts are there ..... getting nervous i dont feel ready! :eek:
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    (Original post by TheGreatImposter)
    Here (not sure if attachments work if not PM me your email)
    They work, thank you so much!
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    Do we need to know the Mann-Whitney test and Chi-squared? We've only learnt Spearman's Rank...
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    Are there any other graphs etc. that anyone can think of that could come up tomorrow?
    I have:
    Line graphs
    bar charts
    pie charts
    scatter graphs
    atlas maps
    sketch maps
    triangular graphs
    dispersion diagrams
    logarithmic scales
    choropleth maps
    dot maps
    proportional symbol maps
    flow line maps
    isoline maps
    town centre plans
    OS maps



    .... any more? Thought it could remind a few people!
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    (Original post by edwardsheeran)
    Do we need to know the Mann-Whitney test and Chi-squared? We've only learnt Spearman's Rank...
    That's only for A2.
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    (Original post by jaggles123)
    Thank god for Student Room!! Don't panic though, there's 1% chance pie charts will come up we will find out in 18 hours if pie charts are there ..... getting nervous i dont feel ready! :eek:
    Knowing my luck it will come up 😒
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    Also we get the formula for standard deviation don't we?
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    (Original post by sapphirehaze)
    Are there any other graphs etc. that anyone can think of that could come up tomorrow?
    I have:
    Line graphs
    bar charts
    pie charts
    scatter graphs
    atlas maps
    sketch maps
    triangular graphs
    dispersion diagrams
    logarithmic scales
    choropleth maps
    dot maps
    proportional symbol maps
    flow line maps
    isoline maps
    town centre plans
    OS maps



    .... any more? Thought it could remind a few people!
    Kite diagrams? I'm not even sure if they're on the syllabus...
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    I am retaking this exam tomorrow after getting a U last year (god knows how) but luckily my Unit 1 grade was an A
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    (Original post by lemxn)
    I am retaking this exam tomorrow after getting a U last year (god knows how) but luckily my Unit 1 grade was an A
    Best of luck! Well done on the A!
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    (Original post by edwardsheeran)
    Kite diagrams? I'm not even sure if they're on the syllabus...
    I've not seen them as of yet... I hope they're not!
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    Does anyone know what the justification for the use of a proportional symbols diagram in your fieldwork would be ?
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    When it asks about secondary data does it mean the other sites done by different pairs?
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    (Original post by Rabadon)
    Hey, what's the need to square root the values? Surely if you just make a constant such as 0.1 and multiply it all the values theyll be proportional still and you can use that as your radii?
    Basically you square root the answers to find the radii, then you can make a key e.g 1 cm = 1 million people, therefore if you had a square root value of 8.9, you would using your compass measure out to 8.9cm (the radii of your circle) and draw a circle, this would show the circle as 79.9 million people
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    I think pie charts could come up, that paper was 2010 when they came up. That's ages ago!
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    (Original post by MrKmas508)
    When it asks about secondary data does it mean the other sites done by different pairs?
    You can use the met office weather forecasts and maps for this
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    (Original post by Columbo97)
    I think pie charts could come up, that paper was 2010 when they came up. That's ages ago!
    They've tested each skill once and I think Spearman's rank has come up twice. Basically they could ask us ANYTHING.
 
 
 
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