Key words for GCSE Maths

There are three types of average: mean, median, and mode.


A box plot is a visual way of representing the median and upper and lower quartiles of a data set.


A box plot is a visual way of representing the median and upper and lower quartiles of a data set.


Data that is grouped by common traits is called categorical data.


If the probability of something is certain, it will definitely happen.


Chance refers to how probable something is to happen.


Continuous data is quantitative and can be measured.


The relationship between two variables is known as the correlation.


The running total of frequencies is known as the cumulative frequency.


The running total of frequencies is known as the cumulative frequency.


Discrete data is data that can be counted.


An experiment is a test conducted in order to work out what will happen in a specific circumstance.


If something is fair, it means it is not biased.


The frequency of something is how often it happens.


Frequency density is represented on a histogram.

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