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Intepreting Histograms: GCSE Maths Question of the Week

November 14, 2016 - Diagnostic Questions, Question of the Week
Intepreting Histograms: GCSE Maths Question of the Week

Will your students be able to interpret a histogram to work out how many people are in a group? There’s only one way to find out!

The latest edition of my GCSE Maths Question of the Week series is a lovely Histograms question provided exclusively for my Diagnostic Questions website by Edexcel. However, the content is suitable no matter which exam board you are following.

Here is one suggestion for using this resource:

 

All of this is free.

At our school we are using this once a week with our Year 11 classes. I really hope you and your students find it useful.

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For all the questions in this series, please visit my GCSE Maths Question of the Week page.

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