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It used a random sample of 1500 of the 340 475 people.

870 of this sample of 1500 people were male.

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(Total 3 marks)

Give two possible reasons why.

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(Total 2 marks)

Teddington School 1

3. Poppy wants to find out for how much time people use their computer.

(a) Write down two things that are wrong with this question.

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(2)

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(1)

(Total 3 marks)

Teddington School 2

4. (a) Explain what is meant by

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(2)

Teddington School 3

The table shows some information about the members of a golf club.

Under 18 29 10 39

18 to 30 82 21 103

31 to 50 147 45 192

Over 50 91 29 120

He chooses a sample, stratified both by age range and by gender, of 90 of the 454 members.

(b) Work out an estimate of the number of male members, in the age range 31 to 50, he

would have to sample.

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(2)

(Total 4 marks)

Teddington School 4

5. Hamid wants to find out what people in Melworth think about the sports facilities in the town.

Hamid plans to stand outside the Melworth sports centre one Monday morning.

He plans to ask people going into the sports centre to complete a questionnaire.

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(ii) Describe one change Hamid could make to the way in which he is going to carry out his

survey so that it will be less biased.

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(Total 2 marks)

Brian takes a random sample of 100 students.

He asks these 100 students which subject they like best.

They can choose English or Maths or Science.

Brian is going to use his results to work out an estimate of how many of the 970 students like

English best.

Explain how.

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(Total 2 marks)

Teddington School 5

7. The table shows some information about the pupils at Statson School.

Year 7 104 71 175

Year 8 94 98 192

Year 9 80 120 200

Total 278 289 567

She takes a sample of 80 pupils, stratified by both Year group and gender.

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(2)

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(ii) Describe a method that Kelly could use to take a random sample of Year 8 boys.

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(2)

(Total 4 marks)

Teddington School 6

8. The table gives information about the number of girls in each of four schools.

School A B C D Total

Number of girls 126 82 201 52 461

She used a stratified sample of exactly 80 girls according to school.

Work out the number of girls from each school that were in her sample of 80.

Complete the table.

School A B C D Total

Number of girls 80

(Total 3 marks)

Group A B C D Total

Number of boys 32 43 38 19 132

Calculate the number of boys from group B that should be in his sample.

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(Total 2 marks)

Teddington School 7

10. The two-way table shows information about the number of students in a school.

7 8 9 10 11

Girls 134 140 167 125 149 715

Total 260 282 307 260 276 1385

He uses a sample of 50 students stratified by gender and by year group.

Calculate the number of girls from year 9 that are in his sample.

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(Total 2 marks)

Teddington School 8

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