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## LO4 Revision of Grade 10 and 11

1. The table below shows the marks out of 250 of the Grade 12 Mathematical Literacy class for their two September examination papers added together: 189 223 223 200 189 167 98 97 167 1.1 236 221 221 45 236 245 106 93 245 125 69 69 221 125 185 211 103 185 59 45 45 211 59 187 89 200 187 89 190 190 89 89 99 97 45 99 178 183 183 153 178 103 93 221 103 122 210 210 132 122 208 103 211 208

Draw up a frequency and tally table of the above information, using intervals of 50, starting with a class interval of 1 50. What is the average percentage of the class? What percentage of the class achieved less than 45%? What advice would you give the learners who achieved less than 45%?

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2. A group of Grade 1s were measured for their first pair of school shoes. The data for the boys and the girls is shown in the frequency table below: Shoe Size Number of girls Number of boys 12 8 1 1 3 3 2 1 12 3 2 9

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2.1

Show the information in the frequency table above in a multiple bar graph (Multiple bar graph: two or more bars each category).

2.2 Show the information in the frequency table above in a compound bar graph (Compound bar graph: only one bar per category, but each bar is divided in the ratio of the parts that make up the total frequency for the category). 3. The table below is a frequency table of the heights of the learners in the Grade 12 Mathematical Literacy class. Height Interval (cm) 150 159 160 169 170 179 180 - 189 3.1 3.2 Frequency 4 16 8 2

Determine the midpoints of each height interval. Draw a frequency polygon of the above information with the number of learners on the y-axis and the height intervals on the x-axis. Determine the cumulative frequency of each height interval. Draw an ogive to graphically represent the cumulative frequency as determined in 3.3 above.

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4. Conserving water in South Africa is a major issue. Below is a summary of the Matese familys water consumption over a two year period. Use the information in the table to answer the questions that follow. Matese Family water consumption over two years in kilolitres Year Month J F M A M J J A S O N D 2006 f 54 54 46 54 28 28 25 28 28 46 58 58 2007 f 59 59 51 51 26 26 26 20 34 26 26 34 4.1 What is the definition of a mean? 4.2 What is the definition of the median? 4.3 What is the definition of the mode? 4.4 How do you determine the range? 4.5 Calculate the mean for 2007. 4.6 Calculate the median for 2007. 4.7 Calculate the mode for 2007. 4.8 Determine the range for 2007.

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4.9 Compare the tabulated data in the incomplete frequency tables below with the raw data in the table above and complete the frequency tables. Water consumption in 2006 Kilolitres (x) Xx 25 28 46 54 58 = ( X x) = . .
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## Water consumption in 2007 Kilolitres (x) Xx 20 26 34 51 59 = ( X x) = . .

Assume that the mean for 2006 is 42 and complete the table below: Mean ( x ) 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 Difference ( x x) ( x x )

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2 =

## to determine the variance in the above table.

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Sumof ( x x )2 n

The standard deviation = = square root of the variance. Determine the standard deviation.

5. The percentage pass rate over the past four years at Livingston High School is given in the table below: Year Percentage Pass Rate 5.1 5.2 2003 74 2004 74,6 2005 75,2 2006 75,8

Draw a histogram graph to show the differences as very large differences. Draw a bar graph to show the differences as very small differences.

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6. The tree diagram below shows possible descriptions of a person working for Christina Storm Modelling Agency.

Find the probability that the agency will get: 6.1 6.2 6.3 a tall blond female model? a tall male model? A short model who is not blond?

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1.1 Class Intervals 1 50 51 100 101 150 151 200 201 - 250
150 ,54 100 = 60,216 250 1

Tally 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 11 1111 1111 1111 11

Frequency 4 15 10 17 17

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= 60,22% 1.3
45 250 = 112 ,5 100 1

All those who achieved less than 112,5 out of 250 have a percentage less than 45%. There are 24 learners who achieved less than 45%. 1.4 The learners should practice more Mathematical Literacy questions and ask more questions in class in order to improve their marks.

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2.1
Shoe sizes of children starting school
Number of girls and boys 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 12 1 Shoe size 2 3 Number of Girls Number of Boys

2.2
Number of girls and boys 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 12 1 Shoe size 2 3 Number of boys Number of Girls

3.1 Height Interval (cm) 150 159 160 169 170 179 180 - 189 Midpoints Frequency 154,5 4 164,5 16 174,5 8 184,5 2

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3.2
Frequency line graph of heights
18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 150 159 160 169 170 179 180 - 189 Height intervals

Number of learners

Frequency

3.3 Height Interval (cm) 150 159 160 169 170 179 180 - 189 3.4
Ogive of heights
35 Number of learners 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 150 159 160 169 170 179 180 - 189 Height intervals Ogive

## Midpoints 154,5 164,5 174,5 184,5

Frequency 4 16 8 2

Cumulative Frequency 4 20 28 30

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4.1 4.2

Mean: The sum of all the data values divided by the number of data values (average). Median: The value in the middle when all the data values have been arranged from smallest to biggest. (If there are two in the middle, add them together and divide by 2.) Mode: The data value that appears most frequently (can be more than one). Range: The difference between the largest and the smallest data values in a set (largest minus/subtract smallest). Mean:
438 = 36,5 12

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Median: 20; 26; 26; 26; 26; 26; 34; 34; 51; 51; 59; 59
( 26 + 34 ) = 30 2

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26 = appears 5 times. Range: 59 20 = 39 Water consumption in 2007 Kilolitres (x) Xx 20 1 20 26 5 130 34 2 68 51 2 102 59 2 118 ( X x) = = 12 438

4.9 Water consumption in 2006 Kilolitres (x) Xx 25 1 25 28 4 112 46 2 92 54 3 162 58 2 116 ( X x) = = 12 507 4.10
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## 2006s Water Consumption (x) 54 54 46 54 28 28 25 28 28 46 58 58 4.11

2 =

Mean ( x ) 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42
2177 12

## Difference ( x x) 12 12 4 12 -14 -14 -17 -14 -14 12 16 16

( x x ) 144 144 16 144 196 196 289 196 196 144 256 256

2 = 181 ,42

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= 181 ,42

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