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E Book - Worksheets Vol. 1 - Information

# E Book - Worksheets Vol. 1 - Information

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An e-book of worksheets on the topic 'Information'(Statistics).
The work is 27 pages long containing 10 worksheets. The file size is 1.4 MB.
An e-book of worksheets on the topic 'Information'(Statistics).
The work is 27 pages long containing 10 worksheets. The file size is 1.4 MB.

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07/10/2013

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This book is under copyright to GCSE Maths Tutor. However, it may bedistributed freely provided it is not sold for profit.
Contents

line graphs3 - 5pie charts6, 7grouped data8, 9tree diagrams11 - 14simple probability15, 16histograms17 - 19mean, mode, median, range20, 21cumulative frequency22, 23outcome of two independent events24, 25outcome of mutually exclusive events 26, 27

Info. & Prob.
data
line graphs
question sheet IP-LG-01

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1. The graph is from an experiment studying the cooling of water.heat loss(joules) = 4200 x [mass of water - kg] x [temperature drop -
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C](a) What is the starting temperature of the water?(b) What is the final temperature of the water?(c) How long does it take for the water to reach the final temperature?(d) What is the temperature drop of the water in the first 10 minutes?(e) What is the total temperature drop over the period of the experiment?(f) What is the average temperature drop per second over the first 15 minutes. (2 d.p.)(g) What is the average temperature drop per second over the period of the experiment.(2 d.p.)(h) If the mass of the water is 500g, how much heat energy is lost in cooling down from32
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C to 12
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C ?(i) If the mass of the water is 2kg, how much heat energy is lost in cooling down in thefirst 10 minutes?(j) How much energy would be lost by 100g water in cooling down over the period of theexperiment? (2 .d.p.)