KEY STAGE 2: MATHS IS EASY – DATA AND STATISTICS
Revise KS2 Maths the Easy Way – Fun Guidance for KS2 Data and Statistics. Written by Maths Teachers and the UK’s Leading Careers Company. Our Comprehensive Revision Book Will Help Your Child Achieve 100% in their SATs.
The Revision Series: Key Stage 2 Maths – Sample Questions for Data and Statistics. As part of the National Curriculum, schools are required to assess their students in several core subjects. One of those core subjects is Maths. It is imperative that a child is equipped with great resources to aid them when preparing for their Maths exams.
Our child-friendly, fun and easy to use revision guide is the ULTIMATE guide for anyone who wishes to improve their KS2 Maths SATS exams. Our Maths is Easy testing book is a GREAT revision guide that teaches your child how to work with data and statistics.
BRINGING FUN TO LEARNING
Making learning fun and easy for your child!
Key Stage 2 Maths Is Easy (Data and Statistics) teaches your child how to interpret data, use graphs and charts, spot similarities and differences, and analyse information. Our guide uses an array of sample questions to help your child grasp the concepts of different charts and graphs, and understand how to read the information correctly.
We feel proud to supply this quick, easy and fun revision guide that GUARANTEES to bring fun to your child’s learning. Our sole intention is to provide a guide that is packed full of relevant information and examples that your child can use and apply to their real assessments.
Whilst we cannot stress enough that our guide is not an EXACT replica of the actual assessment, it does test your child’s knowledge and skills in the key areas which are required for the assessment. Therefore, this guide will prove invaluable in terms of performance, confidence, achievement and progression.
To make things more interesting for your child, throughout this guide are pictures of our fun-loving superhero characters. Our characters were created with the intention to keep your child engaged and interacted.
Within our guide, it contains the following key areas that your child should feel comfortable with in order to successfully pass their SATS.
|Tallies and Frequencies||Bar Charts||Line Graphs|
|Pie Charts||Pictograms||Venn and Carroll Diagrams|
THE GUIDE FOR KIDS!
This booklet is educational. This booklet is fun. This booklet is easy.
Our Key Stage 2 testing book will provide lots of questions for your child to learn and practice data and statistics.
Your child will be able to improve their knowledge in the following areas:
- How to interpret data;
- Understanding mean, mode, median and range;
- Tables, Tally Tables and Frequencies;
- Line Graphs and Bar Graphs;
- Pie Charts;
- Pictograms and more!
With the use of our guide, your child will learn everything they need to know regarding data and statistics!
SAMPLE KS2 MATHS QUESTIONS
Below is a set of numbers.
a) What is the mean of this set of data?
b) What is the mode of this set of data?
c) What is the range of this set of data?
d) What is the median of this set of data?
Below is a table of all the pets that each child has owned in their lifetime
a) Who has owned the most number of pets in their lifetime?
b) What is the mean number of total pets owned by everyone?
The pictogram below shows how many shooting stars Freddie saw across 12 months.
a) How many shooting stars did Freddie see between April and June?
b) On average, how many shooting stars did Freddie see per month, between January and March?
c) How many shooting stars did Freddie see altogether?
EXPLANATION = to work out the mean:
11 + 8 + 24 + 16 + 4 + 3 + 4 + 1 + 12 + 7 = 90 90 ÷ 10 = 9
EXPLANATION = to work out the mode, you need to work out what number occurs the most. The number ‘4’ occurs twice. No other number occurs more times, therefore this is the correct answer.
EXPLANATION = to work out the range: (Biggest number) – (Smallest number) = 24 – 1 = 23
EXPLANATION = to work out the median: The numbers in ascending order are: 1, 3, 4, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, 16 and 24. The numbers 7 and 8 are both in the middle. So, 7 + 8 = 15
EXPLANATION = to work out the number of total pets owned by each child, you need to add up each row. Gareth has owned a total of 17 pets. No other person has owned more pets, so Gareth is the correct answer.
EXPLANATION = to work out the mean number of pets owned by everyone, first add up the total number of pets, and then divide it by the number of people. 6 + 4 + 6 + 17 + 15 + 6 + 16 = 70. 70 ÷ 7 = 10. So the mean total is 10.
No maths question is too difficult; all it takes is a little bit of time and practice!
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