1. Discrete vs continuous

2. Mean, Mode, Median, Range

3. Calculate the inter-quartile range of the set of data

4. Frequency tables, ungrouped to organize raw data

5. Calculate the mean, mode of the frequency table

6. Predict what will happen to the mean and range if

7. A constant is added to each term

8. Each term is multiplied by a constant

9. Calculate the median of the frequency table

10. Calculate the mean and modal class of grouped data

11. Design a questionnaire that has approax four questions that will give numerical data in their evaluation being free from bias, unambiguous, user friendly, easily analyzed.

12. Draw and interpret both manually and using IT the following charts

13. Pictograms

14. Histograms (equal class interval)

15. Frequency polygons

16. Cumulative frequency curves

17. Use cumulative frequency curves to estimate median and quartiles

18. Use tree diagrams to construct an exhaustive list of the mutually exclusive outcomes of a compound experiment

19. Distinguish between primary and secondary sources of information

20. Distinguish between the following types of sampling

21. Purpose sampling

22. Random sampling

23. Multi-stage sampling

24. Stratified sampling

25. Cluster sampling

26. Panel sampling

27. Make appropriate use of all these forms of sampling.

28. Draw a line graph to represent a trend

29. Interpret a conversion graph

30. Extrapolate and interpolate graphs

31. Recognize the limitations of interpolation and extrapolation

32. Draw a scatter graph for 2 sets of variables

33. Use the terms positive correlation, negative correlation and no correlation to correctly describe the relationship between 2 variables.

34. Distinguish between the following surveying methods

35. Personal interview

36. Telephone interview

37. Observation

38. Electronic Survey

39. Make appropriate use of these methods

40. Use databases and spreadsheets to collate and interrogate raw data

41. Identify...