# Large Data Set A level Maths

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I’m studying A level Edexcel Maths and I’m not quite sure what exactly we need to know? The book doesn’t explain it too well either.
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Anyone?
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Last edited by algoko; 2 years ago
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(Original post by Htn_02)
I’m studying A level Edexcel Maths and I’m not quite sure what exactly we need to know? The book doesn’t explain it too well either.
Taken from Resourceaholic:

Large Data Set Resources (Edexcel only)

• CrashMaths:

Also make sure you attempt every question related to the LDS in your textbook. When you revise, try using some of the statistical tests against the LDS data e.g. you could find the standard deviation of part of it and think about its limitations.

Finally make sure you try every question involving the LDS in all the specimen, mock, past and practice papers (your teacher should provide you with all of these).

I think if you do all of this then you'll be better prepared than most and should be able to tackle an LDS question in the real thing.
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(Original post by Notnek)
Taken from Resourceaholic:

Large Data Set Resources (Edexcel only)

• CrashMaths:

Also make sure you attempt every question related to the LDS in your textbook. When you revise, try using some of the statistical tests against the LDS data e.g. you could find the standard deviation of part of it and think about its limitations.

Finally make sure you try every question involving the LDS in all the specimen, mock, past and practice papers (your teacher should provide you with all of these).

I think if you do all of this then you'll be better prepared than most and should be able to tackle an LDS question in the real thing.
Thankyou so much!
Last edited by Htn_02; 2 years ago
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thanks Notnek, you're a life saver!!
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(Original post by Sir Cumference)
Taken from Resourceaholic:

Large Data Set Resources (Edexcel only)

• CrashMaths:

Also make sure you attempt every question related to the LDS in your textbook. When you revise, try using some of the statistical tests against the LDS data e.g. you could find the standard deviation of part of it and think about its limitations.

Finally make sure you try every question involving the LDS in all the specimen, mock, past and practice papers (your teacher should provide you with all of these).

I think if you do all of this then you'll be better prepared than most and should be able to tackle an LDS question in the real thing.
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(Original post by Sir Cumference)
Taken from Resourceaholic:

Large Data Set Resources (Edexcel only)

• CrashMaths:

Also make sure you attempt every question related to the LDS in your textbook. When you revise, try using some of the statistical tests against the LDS data e.g. you could find the standard deviation of part of it and think about its limitations.

Finally make sure you try every question involving the LDS in all the specimen, mock, past and practice papers (your teacher should provide you with all of these).

I think if you do all of this then you'll be better prepared than most and should be able to tackle an LDS question in the real thing.
Thank you so much!
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