# Statistics Worksheets & Problems

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Page updated : 12 March 2018 Below are a number of worksheets covering statistics problems.

Statistics is the study of analysing data, particularly large quantities of data. By analysing data statisticians hope to be able to draw conclusions or make predictions.

High school math students can use these statistics problems for study purposes. High School Teachers - you're welcome to copy these worksheets for classroom use. Parents - if you'd like to help your child learn math we suggest you start with our math tutorial section before returning to use these worksheets.

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## Pink and Blue.

• Probability investigation.
• Year 10 or 11
• Write on? Yes
• Page 1

## Explain the Meaning.

• An overview of statistical terminology.
• Year 10 or 11
• Write on? Yes
• Page 1

## Displaying Statistical Data.

• Pictograph, pie chart, bar chart, histogram, composite bar graph, stem and leaf plot.
• Year 10 or 11
• Write on? No
• Page 1

## Pascal's Triangle.

• Using Pascal's Triangle to calculate probabilities.
• Year 10 or 11
• Write on? Yes
• Page 1
Page 2

## You won the prize!

• Students must complete an exercise in experimental probability.
• Year 9 or 10
• Write on? Yes
• Page 1 (PDF)

## Playing the Game.

• Probabilities of rolling dice, Roulette and cards.
• Year 11
• Write on? No
• Page 1

## Probability Lines

• For each event draw up a probability line and fill in where the event should be placed.
• Year 8 or 9
• Write on? No
• Page 1 (PDF)

## Probability Trees.

• Complete probability trees for equally likely events.
• Year 11
• Write on? Yes
• Page 1

## Statistics Update.

• Tally charts, stem and leaf, box and whisker, calculating averages.
• Year 9
• Write on? No
• Page 1

## Data Base.

• Tutorial and activity for creating an Access database.
• Year 11 to 13
• Write on? No
• Page 1
Page 2
Page 3

## Probability Lines.

• Plotting 50 events on a scale from 0 to 1.
• Year 8 or 9
• Write on? No
• Page 1

## You won the Prize.

• Experimental probability. A cereal company is giving out six different prizes. You get one prize per cereal box. Your goal is to obtain all of the six different prizes.
• The situation is modeled by using a six-sided die. Create a histogram to model their results.
• Year 9 or 10
• Write on? Yes
• Page 1

## The Great Potato Hunt 2000!

• Drawing cumulative frequency graphs and completing frequency tables.
• Year 9 to 11
• Write on? No
• Page 1
Page 2

## Statistics and Probability - Pop Quiz.

• 10 quick questions calculating the probabilities of selecting cards from a pack.
• Year 7 to 9
• Write on? Yes
• Page 1

## Television Timetable.

• Timetable applications with extensions of mean, median and mode.
• Year 9 to 10
• Write on? No
• Page 1

## Probability.

• Finding probabilities of equally likely events and placing fraction on probability scale.
• Also matching exercise of probabilities and events.
• Year 8 or 9
• Write on? Yes
• Page 1

## A note about year levels

Where appropriate each worksheet is given a year level that it is applicable to. As we're all in different countries the year level corresponds to the number of years at school. So, for example, a worksheet for Year 11 is for students in their 11th year of school.
Worksheets for earlier or later years may still be suitable for you.

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