Pie Charts GCSE is a completely interactive lesson for learners taking GCSE (1-9).
In this lesson, learners will be able to:
understand that pie charts represent quantities as sectors of a circle and use this to illustrate data;
draw pie charts from the given information.
What is in the lesson:
- Drag and drop activities with instant learner feedback;
- Differentiated Pie Charts GCSE questions, as well as answers; and
- 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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Other topics in this category include:
- probabilities of mutually exclusive events
- probability of independent and dependent events
- Conditional probabilities with two-way tables
- Conditional probabilities with tree diagrams
- Conditional probabilities with Venn diagrams
- cumulative frequency graphs
- Box and whisker plots
- Measures of central tendency
- Quartiles and inter-quartile range
- Scatter graphs
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