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Overview

Framework:
Access to HE
Level:
Level 3
Unit No:
QU007486
Credits:
3
Guided learning hours:
Not available

Qualification Grading Type

Ungraded

Grade Descriptors

  • Ungraded

Unit Learning Outcomes

1

Know how to obtain and interpret mathematical and statistical information.

Assessment Criteria

  • 1.1
    Within a complex task, identify and evaluate possible sources of data, e.g. rate of change, trends, probabilities.
  • 1.2
    Justify the choice of data collection procedures giving reasons for choosing a particular sample and methods used.
  • 1.3
    Evaluate actual or possible sources of error in collecting and recording data.
  • 1.4
    Choose and justify the chosen methods of recording data.
  • 1.5
    Interpret the main characteristics of the data in relation to the task.

2

Be able to present mathematical and statistical data.

Assessment Criteria

  • 2.1
    Choose and use a range of appropriate and effective techniques to present accurately, e.g. the use of probability to describe situations, the presentation and interpretation of upper and lower boundaries of results; statistical diagrams.
  • 2.2
    Use correct axes, scales and conversions.
  • 2.3
    Justify choice and use of presentation techniques and methods for the original purpose of the task.

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