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the mark scheme says that when calculating the range you need to add one as well but is this necessary or would they deduct a mark if you don't do this
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would u be able to link the mark scheme? i've never seen this before, i thought it was just subtracting the lowest score from the highest score oops
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would u be able to link the mark scheme? i've never seen this before, i thought it was just subtracting the lowest score from the highest score oops
https://revisionworld.com/sites/revi...ch-methods.pdf It's question 27a it does say on it that you don't need to add one but I'm just worried that they might change that rule but wither way I feel like adding one may not be necessary
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the mark scheme says that when calculating the range you need to add one as well but is this necessary or would they deduct a mark if you don't do this
It depends on the data you're calculating the range for. Can you post the question?
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I have never seen anyone doing this method, But, this is an alternative way of calculating the range. So no, you would not lose marks if you don't do this method.
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It depends on the data you're calculating the range for. Can you post the question?
https://revisionworld.com/sites/revi...ch-methods.pdf
It's question 27a
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It's an alternative, you can't lose marks for doing it the normal way
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