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# Histograms on non calculator ? GCSE Edexcel Watch

1. Do they come on non calculator or calc ? Or possibility either. Do you know whether they appear more on the non calc or the calc?
2. It could be either. I'd if you need to find the frequency density or draw the graph it's more likely non calculator but using it to do calculations is more likely calculator. As I said earlier though, it could be either.

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3. (Original post by Matrix123)
It could be either. I'd if you need to find the frequency density or draw the graph it's more likely non calculator but using it to do calculations is more likely calculator. As I said earlier though, it could be either.

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Ugh great gotta know frequency poloygons, cumlative freuqenycy and histograms sigh
4. (Original post by junayd1998)
Ugh great gotta know frequency poloygons, cumlative freuqenycy and histograms sigh
Yup, not much to them to be fair. It's more remembering them properly for the exam I think. I thought I was confident on cumulative frequency graphs but made a really stupid mistake in the test.
It's best to go in prepared for them

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5. (Original post by Matrix123)
Yup, not much to them to be fair. It's more remembering them properly for the exam I think. I thought I was confident on cumulative frequency graphs but made a really stupid mistake in the test.
It's best to go in prepared for them

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Yeah I know, Frequency Polygon I'm fine with and same for cumulative frequency.
Just thought perhaps i could get away without learning histograms and do it for calculator. What did you get in your maths GCSE?
6. (Original post by junayd1998)
Yeah I know, Frequency Polygon I'm fine with and same for cumulative frequency.
Just thought perhaps i could get away without learning histograms and do it for calculator. What did you get in your maths GCSE?
Well if you want to risk it then you can but I personally wouldn't. I'm still at GCSE - but I'm doing Edexcel too.

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7. (Original post by Matrix123)
Well if you want to risk it then you can but I personally wouldn't. I'm still at GCSE - but I'm doing Edexcel too.

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Oh okay are you retaking or doing first time?
8. (Original post by junayd1998)
Oh okay are you retaking or doing first time?
My first time - same as you I presume

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9. (Original post by Matrix123)
My first time - same as you I presume

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Yeah, do you have skype ? We could help each other to revise, which could help. I could help you with topics and you could help me. We don't have to talk if you don't want, just type. Up to you.
10. (Original post by junayd1998)
Yeah, do you have skype ? We could help each other to revise, which could help. I could help you with topics and you could help me. We don't have to talk if you don't want, just type. Up to you.
I'm afraid I don't have Skype. PMs could work, if that's fine by you? What other subjects do you take?

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