By the end of this lesson students should be able to create a frequency tree from a written description. Frequency trees are also linked with two-way tables which are also another way of sorting data into different categories. Frequency trees should not be mistaken with tree diagrams. Frequency trees will usually appear in the foundation GCSE paper or at the start of a Higher paper, therefore this is a topic that is useful to both Higher and Foundation students.
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This class is suitable for students in Years 8-11 or S2-S5 who are working at/towards an Intermediate KS3 or equivalent level.