91266 Maths 2.11: Evaluating a Statistically-Based Report - 2 credits

Here's a statistical report: 4/4 people say Fox Glacier if f***ing cold.

Let’s warm ourselves up with some toasty statistical reports, stat. In the Evaluating Statistically-Based Reports internal, you will read a report that has statistics and evaluate the strengths, weaknesses and real-world applications. You will also write your own report discussing what you found.

For example, you might read a report on the amount of sport that young New Zealanders play. For your exam, you will need to answer three types of questions related to this scenario:

(1) What was in the report? (The purpose, a summary and what was found)
(2) How good were the statistics behind the report?
(3) How effective was the report?

Skills you'll learn:

Technology requirements:

You must use the Google Chrome browser. Free download here.
A desktop or laptop with a working camera and microphone.