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These are the Transum resources related to the statement: "Pupils should be taught to {construct and interpret diagrams for grouped discrete data and continuous data, ie, histograms with equal and unequal class intervals and cumulative frequency graphs, and know their appropriate use}".

Here are some specific activities, investigations or visual aids we have picked out. Click anywhere in the grey area to access the resource.

- Cumulative Frequency Online exercises on cumulative frequency for discrete and grouped data with exam-style questions.
- Histograms Practise drawing and reading information from histograms displaying grouped data

Here are some exam-style questions on this statement:

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*This Cumulative Frequency graph shows the heights of 58 Scouts. Work out an estimate for the number of these Scouts with a height greater than 160cm.*" ... more - "
*The table shows the marks earned by 200 students taking a Maths exam.*" ... more - "
*The table shows the amount of time, in months, taken to sell houses on the Happyland housing estate.*" ... more - "
*This histogram shows information about the ages of 317 people attending a charity concert. The cost of tickets for children under 15 years of age are half price. If a full price ticket was £18, estimate the total income of all 317 ticket sales.*" ... more - "
*The following table shows the number of times people in a sample group visited the cinema in a six month period.*" ... more - "
*A TV company surveyed 88 of its employees to find out how much time they spend travelling to work on a given day. The results of the survey are shown in the following cumulative frequency diagram.*" ... more - "
*This cumulative frequency graph shows the speeds in kmh*" ... more^{-1}of cyclists passing a certain point on a race track.

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