Literacy Rates and 1 Variable Data

IB Maths Studies: Literacy Rates and 1 Variable Data

"How do Literacy Rates vary around the worldPage under constructionThis is the beginning of an activity that can be used to explore how 1 variable analysis can be applied in context. Taught as stand alone skills, 1 variable data analysis can be easily learned without thinking too deeply about how and why it might be applied. To do this we will be looking at literacy rates around the world and how they have changed. This...


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Grant Fossum 4 January 2017 - 13:40

I am thinking of how to use this as a great way not only to summarize 1 variable stats, but to help with IA. Could they group them, how would they group them, why. How would we handle gaps and various years. What would be great comparisons. Stratified and Simple Random Sampling....


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