# Statistics (Handling Data) Maths Worksheets For Year 6 (age 10-11)

The language of probability, chance or likelihood will be used to describe and predict outcomes from data. Problems will be solved by collecting data, sorting, presenting and interpreting it. Grouped discrete data and line graphs are introduced.

### Probability: 0 to 1

Here are some simple experiments. Think about them carefully and then work out the probability of the event happening.

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3 pages

### Probability Experiments

Carry out surveys and experiments dealing with probability.

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5 pages

### Interpreting Pie Charts (1)

Starting to interpret and use pie charts; looking at percentages.

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3 pages

### Interpreting Pie Charts (2)

More on percentages and pie charts.

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6 pages

### Frequency Block Graphs

Frequency block graphs and tables are very tricky to use and interpret.

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2 pages

### Interpreting Conversion Graphs

Interpreting conversion graphs, where each point on the line has a value.

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3 pages

### Interpreting Line Graphs

More on interpreting line graphs.

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3 pages

### More on Graphs

Some ideas and data for using with graphs.

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14 pages

### 2014 Programme of Study: Year 6 Statistics

2014 Programme of Study: Year 6 Statistics

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