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Cumulative Frequency GCSE (1-9)

Cumulative Frequency is a completely interactive lesson for learners that will teach them how to construct and interpret cumulative frequency graphs.



This lesson is a completely interactive lesson for learners taking GCSE (1-9).

Learning Objectives:

  1. to calculate and complete the cumulative frequency table;

  2. construct and interpret cumulative frequency graphs;

  3. find an estimated value for the median;

  4. find the upper and lower bounds in order to calculate the interquartile range;

  5. solve problems using a cumulative frequency graph; and also

  6. interpret, analyse and compare the distributions of data sets through quartiles and inter-quartile range.

What is in the lesson:

  • Drag and drop activities with instant learner feedback;

  • Differentiated questions as well as answers

  • Printable interactive worksheets

Teachers can use this lesson for whole-class teaching. It can also be used for practice and revision by learners at home.

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