Frequency Polygons | GCSE Maths Tutor

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Published on December 6, 2019 by

A video revising the techniques and strategies for drawing frequency polygons. (Higher & Foundation).

This video is part of the Statistics module in GCSE maths, see my other videos below to continue with the series.

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Part 2 - Scatter Graphs - Coming Soon!

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12 Comments

  • Gemma Khan 2 years ago

    thank u this was so helpful . Please if its possible can u make a vid on variation and direct nd inverse proportion

    • The GCSE Maths Tutor 2 years ago

      Here is the first one: Inverse Proportion in Context | GCSE Maths Tutor –

    • Gemma Khan 2 years ago

      @The GCSE Maths Tutor um i didnt mean that. I meant direct and inverse proportion in terms of k

    • The GCSE Maths Tutor 2 years ago

      Gemma Khan Uploading as we speak! πŸ˜πŸ™ŒπŸΌ

    • The GCSE Maths Tutor 2 years ago

      Here it is – 😁

  • UknownS 2 years ago

    Really helpful.if you could also do upper and lower bounds to🀣

    • The GCSE Maths Tutor 2 years ago

      Consider it done! 😁

  • Yay Khan 2 years ago

    is this coming in the test tmrw

    • The GCSE Maths Tutor 2 years ago

      Who knows!!! πŸ€·πŸ½β€β™‚οΈπŸ€·πŸ½β€β™‚οΈπŸ€·πŸ½β€β™‚οΈ

  • Yay Khan 2 years ago

    yr 10 one non calculator

  • LLS Xo 2 years ago

    I have a question which says
    β€œhow many miles could Lilia travel on the 30th day in September so that the class interval in which the median for September lies does not change? Explain how you worked out your answer” and I’m not sure on how to do it.

    Can you do more about interpretating frequency polygons please?

    • The GCSE Maths Tutor 2 years ago

      I would need to see the exact question but this video should be really helpful as this is in regards to averages from grouped frequency tables – in essence the median would not change if you added to value into a class interval above or below the median, this would depend how close the median is to being in a particular class. As I said though the video should help where I go over this πŸ˜πŸ™πŸΌ

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