# EDEXCEL STATISTICS S1 (6683

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SPECIMEN PAPER MARK SCHEME

Question Number 1. (a)

Scheme A statistical process devised to describe or make predictions about the expected behaviour of a real-world problem.

Marks B1 B1 B1 B1 (2) (4 marks) (2)

(b) (i) The number showing on the uppermost side of a die after it has been rolled. (ii) The height of adult males.

f(z)

2.

0.1%

5%
Z= T -m s

–3.0902

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1.6449

P(T > 55) = 0.05
55 - m ö æ \ Pç Z > ÷ = 0.05 s ø è

1.6449 B1 Standardising M1 Completely correct A1

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55 - m = 1.6449 s

P (T < 10) = 0.001
10 - m ö æ \ Pç Z < ÷ = 0.001 s ø è

-3.0902 B1 Standardising M1 Completely correct A1

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10 - m = -3.0902 s

\ 55 - m = 1.6449s 10 - m = -3.0902s \ m = 39.368 s = 9.5035 Attempt to solve M1 m = 39.4 A1 s = 9.50 A1 (9) (9 marks)

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4)= 4 Var (X) = Use of Var(aX) = a2Var(X) M1 A1 ft (6) 56 9 (14 marks) NS .ç ÷ è3ø 14 = 9 Var (2X .EDEXCEL STATISTICS S1 (6683) SPECIMEN PAPER MARK SCHEME Question Number 3. (a) k (1 + 2 + 3 + 4 +5) = 1 Þk= Scheme Use of Marks å P( X = x ) = 1 M1 A1 A1 (3) 1 15 * (b) E(X) = 1 {1 + 2 ´ 2 + … + 5 ´ 5 } 15 Use of E (X) = å xP( X = x ) M1 A1 A1 M1 A1 ft (5) = 15 \E(2X + 3) = 2E(X) + 3 = 31 3 (c) E(X2) = 1 {1 + 22 ´ 2 + … + 52 ´ 5} 15 = 15 2 Use of E X 2 = å x 2 P( X = x ) Use of Var (X) = E (X2) .[E(X)]2 ( ) M1 A1 M1 A1 æ 11 ö Var (X) = 15 .

6 AWRT 125 M1 A1 ft (2) (14 marks) 17 .09 A1 B1 B1 (10) (2) (a) = . Scheme b= 15 ´ 484 .0899 )ç ÷ 15 è 15 ø = 55.3.(.(143)2 Marks M1 A1 AWRT –3.09x \ h .5 A1 B1 ft M1 A1 ft AWRT 217.32 .52 . (c) s = 30 Þ h = 124.3.09s (b) For every extra revolution/minute the life of the drill is reduced by 3 hours.5237 \ y = 55.143 ´ 391 15 ´ 2413 .3.0899 a= 391 æ 143 ö .100 = 55.20) \ h = 217.09(s .EDEXCEL STATISTICS S1 (6683) SPECIMEN PAPER MARK SCHEME Question Number 4. 3.52 .3.09 A1 M1 A1 AWRT 55.3.

IQR/STQR Disadvantages: Not always a simple calculation.g.5(Q3 – Q1) = 52 Þ an outlier (55) above upper quartile B1 B1 B1 (3) B1 B1 School B 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Distance in kilometres Same scale and label B1 Q1.e.5(Q3 – Q1) = –4 Þ no outlier below lower quartile Q2 + 1. interpolation for a grouped frequency distribution Different measures of calculation – no single argued method Does not use all the data directly Any 4 sensible comments – at least one advantage and one disadvantage Marks (a) B1 B1 B1 B1 (4) (b) Indicates maximum/minimum observations and possible outliers Indicates relative positions of the quartiles Indicates skewness When plotted on the same scale enables comparisons of distributions Any 4 sensible comments (c) Q1 – 1. Scheme Advantages: Uses central 50% of the data Not affected by extreme values (outliers) Provide an alternative measure of spread to the variance/standard deviation. 52 B1 55 B1 (3) continued over… NU . Q2. 3. e.EDEXCEL STATISTICS S1 (6683) SPECIMEN PAPER MARK SCHEME Question Number 5. Q3. i.

EDEXCEL STATISTICS S1 (6683) SPECIMEN PAPER MARK SCHEME Question Number 5. Q2 – Q1 = 7 Þ symmetrical ü both distributions ý þ are symmetrical Marks (d) Median B (24) > Median A (22) Þ on average teachers in B travel slightly further to school than those in A Range of B is greater than that of A 25% of teachers in A travel 12 km or less compared with 25% of teachers in B who travel 17 km or less 50% of teachers in A travel between 12 km and 32 km as compared with 17 km and 31 km for B Any 4 sensible comments B1 B1 B1 B1 (4) (16 marks) 19 . Q2 – Q1 = 10 Þ symmetrical B: Q3 – Q2 = 7. Scheme A: Q3 – Q2 = 10.

Scheme P(H Ç W) = P(H | W )P(W ) = Marks M1 A1 (2) (a) 11 1 11 ´ = * 12 2 24 (b) H 17 120 11 24 1 24 W Diagram M1 H Ç W¢ 43 120 M1 A1 A1 B1 (5) H¢ Ç W HÇW (c) P (only one has a degree) = (d) P (neither has a degree) = 17 1 11 + = 120 24 60 ì 17 11 1 ü = 1. (HW )(H ¢W ¢) . (H ¢W )(HW ¢) .EDEXCEL STATISTICS S1 (6683) SPECIMEN PAPER MARK SCHEME Question Number 6.í + + ý î120 24 24 þ M1 A1 (2) M1 A1 A1 (3) 43 120 (e) Possibilities . (H ¢W ¢)(HW ) Any one B1 All correct B1 17 1 ö æ 11 43 ö æ \P (only 1 H or 1 W) = ç 2 ´ ´ ÷ + ç2´ ´ ÷ 120 24 ø è 24 120 ø è 2´ 2´ 17 1 ´ 120 24 11 43 ´ 24 120 49 144 B1 ft B1 ft = 49 144 Adding their probabilities M1 A1 (6) (18 marks) OM .(HW ¢)(H ¢W ) .