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Contents

Foundation level sample pages

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pages 2–4

Chapter 13, ‘Bivariate data and time series’ from Oxford GCSE Maths for OCR Foundation Practice Book

**Higher level sample pages ...........................pages 5–8
**

Chapter 17, ‘Percentages and proportional change’ from Oxford GCSE Maths for OCR Higher Practice Book

Ordering details ..................................................... Back cover

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Sample booklet page 1

**13 Bivariate data and time series 13 Bivariate data and time series
**

Scatter graphs Scatter graphs

1 Here are the heights and masses of 99people. 1 Here are the heights and masses of people. a Draw the axes shown and complete the a Draw the axes shown and complete the b Describe the correlation (if any) b Describe the correlation (if any)

Name Name Alan Alan Ben Ben Phil Phil Lucy Lucy Henry Henry Harry Harry Dick Dick Spike Spike Sam Sam

13a 13a

Mass Mass (kg) (kg) 45 45 60 60 65 65 55 55 75 75 75 75 65 65 85 85 52 52 Height Height (cm) (cm) 115 115 160 160 155 155 125 125 160 160 170 170 140 140 180 180 146 146

scatter graph. scatter graph.

which the diagram shows. which the diagram shows.

Height in cm 180 Height in cm 180

110 110 0 45 85 0 45 85 Mass in kg Mass in kg

2 Plot the points given on a scatter graph, with x across the page 2 Plot the points given on a scatter graph, with x across the page

and y up the page. Draw axes with values from 0 to 20. and y up the page. Draw axes with values from 0 to 20. Describe the correlation, if any, between the values of x and y. Describe the correlation, if any, between the values of x and y. (for example, ‘strong positive’, ‘weak negative’ etc.) (for example, ‘strong positive’, ‘weak negative’ etc.)

x x y y x x y y 4 4 14 14 10 10 12 12 14 14 8 8 10 10 14 14 10 10 6 6 4 4 4 4 20 20 2 2 6 6 6 6 18 18 4 4 8 8 10 10 8 8 16 16 14 14 18 18 8 4 8 20 10 20 10 14 12 9 14 12 9 16 14 10 16 14 10 4

a a

b b

c If there is correlation, draw a line of best fit through the points c If there is correlation, draw a line of best fit through the points

you have plotted. you have plotted.

69 69

13 Bivariate data and time series

13 Bivariate data and time series

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Sample booklet page 2

Correlation Correlation

1 at these diagrams. 1 Look Look at these diagrams.

13b 13b

A

A

B

B

C

C

D

D

E

E

F

F

Which diagrams show Which diagrams show a no correlation b positive correlation c negative correlation? a no correlation b positive correlation c negative correlation?

**Line of best ﬁt Line of best ﬁt
**

Weight (kg) Weight (kg) 30 Pulse (beats/min) Pulse (beats/min) 55 30 35 55 80 35 40 80 91 40 55 91 80 55 85 80 52 85 75 52 60 75 60 60 51 60 65 51 70

13c

13c

1 The table shows pulse rates and weights of an under 16s football team. 1 The table shows pulse rates and weights of an under 16s football team.

65 85 70 51 85 82 62 82 62 51 94 89 94 89

Line of best ﬁt 13c

70

Line of best ﬁt 13c

70

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100 100 100 show the graph the scatter data. to the scatter graph to 90 show the data. b show the data. Describe the 90 90 b Describe thein the b Describe the correlation 80 correlation in the correlation in the scatter graph. 80 80 Pulse rate scatter graph. scatter graph. 70 Pulse rate Pulse rate 70 70 60 60 60 50 50 50 40 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 40 20 40 20 20 30 30 40 40 50 50 60 (kg) 60 70 80 80 90 90 Weight 70 Weight (kg) Weight (kg)

the scatter graph to a Copy and complete a Copy and complete

2 The table shows the heights and weights of eight students. 2 The table shows the heights and weights of eight students. 2 The table shows the heights and weights of eight students. Weight (kg) 35 65 71 45 50 30 83 a Draw a scatter graph to show the a Draw a scatter graph to show the a Draw a scatter graph to show the b b b c c c d d d

Weight (kg) Weight (kg) Height (cm) Height (cm) Height (cm) 35 35 150 150 150

a Copy and complete

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_ +

8

5

2

75 65 65 71 71 45 45 50 50 30 30 83 83 75 75 170 178 160 167 155 180 177 170 170 178 178 160 160 167 167 155 155 180 180 177 177

data in the table. data in the table. data in the table. Describe the correlation. Describe the correlation. Describe the correlation. Draw a line of best fit. Draw a line of best fit. Draw a line of best fit. Another student is 166 cm tall. Another student is 166 cm tall. Another student is 166 cm tall. Use your line of best fit to estimate Use your line of best fit to estimate Use your line of best fit to estimate that student’s likely weight. that student’s likely weight. that student’s likely weight.

Height Height Height

**Weight Weight Weight
**

c

C 7 4 1 0

3 Describe the correlation in each diagram. 3 Describe the correlation in each diagram. 3 Describe the correlation in each diagram. a b a a b b

c c

EXP M+

_ +

8

5

2

71 71 71

13 Bivariate data and time series 13 Bivariate data and time series 13 Bivariate data and time series

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**17 Percentages and proportional changePercentages and propor 17
**

Percentage increase and decrease Correlation

Reminder at these diagrams. 1 Look

Sample booklet page 4

**17a Percentage increase and decrease
**

13b

Reminder

Percentage increase = A

actual increase 100 % · B original value 1

Percentage increase = C

actual increase 10 · original value 1

1 The price of a motor bike was increased fr 1 The price of a motor bike was increased from £2400 to £2496.

EXP M+ C 7 4 1 0 _ + 8 5 2 9 6 3 = M- MR X _ +

**Calculate the percentage increase in the price.
**

2 Calculate the percentage increase. Original price a b c

£850 D £14 600 £66.50

EXP M+ C 7 4 1 0 _ + 8 5 2

M- MR 9 6 3 = X _ +

**Calculate the percentage increase in the p
**

2 Calculate the percentage increase. Original price a F b c

£850 £14 600 £66.50

Final price

£901 £14 892 £73.15

Final price

£901 £14 892 £73.15

E

3 The the percentage 3 The population of a village went down from 880 to 836. Calculatepopulation of a village went down fro

decrease in the population.

decrease in the population.

4 After his last film a successful actor’s fee went up from £2 4 After to £3.25film a successful actor’s fee w million his last million.

What was the percentage increase in his f Which percentage increase in his fee? What was thediagrams show a no correlation b positive correlation c negative correlation? 5 Steve bought a car at an auction for £1600 and two weeks 5 Steve bought £1824. an auction for £1600 later sold it for a car at Calculate his percentage profit. Calculate his percentage profit. 13c Line of best ﬁt 6 Given that M = ab, find the percentage in 6 Given that M = ab, find the percentage increase in M when both a and b are increased by 8%. 1 The table increased by 8%.shows pulse rates and weights of an under 16s football team.

Weight (kg) 30 55 35 80 40 91 55 80 85 52 75 60

Reverse percentages Pulse (beats/min)

**Reverse percentages 17b
**

51 70 51 94

60

65

85

82

62 89

EXP M+ C 7 4 1 0 _ + 8 5 2

M- MR 9 6 3 = X _ +

**After an increase of 8%, the price of a boat is £7560. What was the price before the increase?
**

C 7 4 1

EXP M+ _ + 8 5 2 0

M- MR 9 6 3 = X _ +

After an increase of 8%, the price of a boa What was the price before the increase? 108% of old price = £7560 1% of old price = £(7560 4 108) 100% of old price = 7560 · 100 = £7000

108

108% of old price = £7560 1% of old price = £(7560 4 108) 100% of old price = 7560 · 100 = £7000

108

70

Reverse percentages 17b

70

Reverse percentages 17b Line of best ﬁt 13c

70

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%, the price of a printer1is After an increase of 5%, the price of a printer is £472.50. £472.50. What was the price before the increase? efore the increase? a Copy and complete 100 the scatter graph to 7% e salary of Mrs Everett 2 After adata.pay rise, the salary of Mrs Everett was £24 075. What was her salary was £24 075. What was her salary show the 90 before the b Describe the pay rise? correlation in the 80 % the price of a telephone is £58.50. Copy and complete 3 After a decrease of 10% the price of a telephone is £58.50. Copy and complete scatter graph. Pulse rate £58.50 = £58.50 90% of old price = 70 =£ 1% of old price = £ =£ 100% of old price = 60 £

alue of Mr Pert’s house4went down by year Its value 50 Mr Pert’s house went down by 6%. Its value was was During one 6%. the value of as its value before the decrease? 160. What was its value before the decrease? then £60 40 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 d the missing prices. 5 Copy the table and find the missing prices. Weight (kg)

New price Percentage change Old price Item New price £180.50 2 The table shows the heights and weights of eight 5% decrease i-Pod £180.50 a £391.60 11% decrease Weight (kg) 35 65 71 45 Computer £391.60 50 b

£103 090 22% increase Height (cm) 150 House

price

students.

Percentage change

5% decrease 30 83 11% decrease 75

a Draw a scatter graph to show the ball team works for 310 days per year. Of this he data in manager 6 The the table. of a football team works for 310 days per year. Of this he g at new players he b Describe the correlation. of might buy. What percentage spends 42 days looking at new players he might buy. What percentage of s? c Draw a line of best fit. this? Height his working days is d Another student is 166 cm tall. Use your line of best fit to estimate 17c that student’s likely weight. nd decay 17c Exponential growth and decay Weight

EXP M+ C 7 4 _ + 8 5 M- MR 9 X _ +

c

170

178

160 167 £103 090

155 180 22% increase 177

% compound interest. 3 Describe theis invested at 3% compound interest. £8000 correlation in each diagram. 8000 · 1.03 = £8240 After 1 year, amount =b8000 · 1.03 = £8240 a c = 8000 · 1.03 · 1.03 = £8487.20 After 2 years, amount = 8000 · 1.03 · 1.03 = £8487.20 = 8000 · 1.03n After n years, amount = 8000 · 1.03n

6 1 2 3 0 =

17 Percentages and proportional change

71

71

13 Bivariate data and time series

17 Percentages and proportional change

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1 A bank pays 5% compound interest per annum. Mrs Cameron puts 1 A bank pays 5% compound interest per a Correlation one year

2

3

4

5

£5000 in the bank. How muchA bank p 1 has she £5000 in b two years? b two years? a one y 1 Look at these diagrams. b two y C Nadia invested £3000 for 3 years at 4% 2 NadiaA invested £3000 for 3 years B 4% per annum compound interest. at How much money did she 2 Nadiathe have at inv How much money did she have at the end of three years? How mu 3 Tom Tom put £3000 in a savings account offering 6% per year compoundput £3000 in a savings account of have in put interest. How much did he have in the account after 3 years? interest. How much did he 3 Tom the interest. 4 Sasha saved £4000 at 4% simple interes Sasha saved £4000 at 4% simple interest per year. Sylvie saved £4000 at 3.5% 4 Sasha sav compound interest per year. Calculate how much each woman compound interest per year. Calculate h had D E F in her savings account after 5 years. compoun in her savings account after 5 years. in her sav 5 A tennis club has 250 members. The nu A tennis club has 250 members. The number of members Calculate th increases by 20% each year. Calculate the number of members increases by 20% each year. 5 A tennis after 3 years. increases after 3 years. after 3 ye

£5000 in the bank. How much has she after

13b a one year

**Which diagrams show
**

a no correlation b positive correlation c

negative correlation?

6 A tree increases in height by 12% per yea 6 A tree increases in height by 12% per year. It is 20 cm tall when it is one year old. 6 A tree inc

one year of best ﬁt 13c Line old. After how many years will the one year tree be 5 After how many years will the tree be 5 metres tall? After how 1 The table shows pulse rates and weights of an under 16s football team.

30 55 35 80 40 91 55 80 85 52 75 60

Weight (kg) Direct proportion Pulse (beats/min)

Direct proportion 60 17d 85 65 82

62

1

Given that y = 35 when z =1 y is prop 7, find when z = 10 Given th b the value of y when z = 3. the va a b the va 2 A is directly proportional to d2. If A = 1 2 2 A is directly proportional to d . If A = 12 when d = 2, find a the value of A when d2= A is direc 1 a the value of A when d = 1 b the value of A when d = a the va 4. b the value of A when d = 4. b the va 72 Direct proportion 17d 72 Direct proportion 17d Line of best ﬁt 13c 70 72 Direct pr

1 y is proportional to z so that y = kz, where k is a constant.

51 94 89 1 y is70 51 proportional to z so that y = kz, wh

Direct pro

Given that y = 35 when z = 7, find a the value of y when z = 10 b the value of y when z = 3.

a the value of y

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Sample booklet page 7

3 Given that y } x, copy and complete the x 2 3 y and complete thea Copy and complete table. x 2 3 22 100 22 y 8 the scatter graph to y 8 40 40 show the data. 90 2 4 Given that b Describe the P } u , copy and complete u 1 2 py and 1 complete 1 correlation1in the 2 the table. u 80 2 2 P 4 scatter graph. P 4 64 4 Pulse rate 70 5 The cost, C, of a carpet is proportional to its area, A. et is proportional to its area, A. 60 a Write a relationship between C and A and a constant k. ip between C and A and a constant k. 2 A carpet of area 12 m costs £240. 50 m2 costs £240. b How much is a carpet of area 19 m2? rpet of area 19 m2? c What is the area of a carpet which costs £500? 40 of a carpet which costs £500? 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Weight (kg)

2 The table shows the heights and weights of eight students.

22 40

1 2

64

90

Inverse proportion17e

17e

1 C (kg) Weightis inversely proportional to p. 35 65 71 45 50 30 83 75 tional to p. Write k. between C 167 155 180 k. ip between C and p and aaconstant a relationship 178 160 and p and a constant 177 Height (cm) 150 170 b Given that C = 2 when p = 12, find the value ofaC when p = 3. to when p = 12, find the value of C when p = 3. a Draw scatter graph show the

data in the table. 2 T = 2, find tional to z. If T = 18 when zis inversely proportional to z. If T = 18 when z = 2, find b Describe the correlation. a the value of T when z = 4 when z = 4 c Draw a line of best fit. Height b the value of z when T = 3.6. hen T = 3.6. d Another student is 166 cm tall. Use your line of best fit to estimate 3 Given that y = k find the d the value of k and that student’s likely ,weight. value of k and x5 x 2 x 2 20 20 then copy and complete the table. ete the table. y Weight 40 y 40 10

10

5 10

20

**py and complete
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432

**3 Describe the correlation in each diagram. 1 4 Given that s } 2 , copy and complete v v 3 4 a b the table.
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s 12 3 432

v s

c

3 12

4 3 432

3

5 The electrical to the nce, R, in a wire is inversely proportionalresistance, R, in a wire is inversely proportional to the square when the diameter er, d. The resistance is 0.36 ohmsof the diameter, d. The resistance is 0.36 ohms when the diameter eter is is mm. Find the resistance when the diameter is 3 mm. esistance when the diameter 10 3 mm.

nal change

73 71

1317 Percentagesand time series change Bivariate data and proportional

73

17 Percentages and proportional change

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