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1 NCEA Level 1 Mathematics and Statistics (91037) 2016 page 1 of 8 Assessment Schedule 2016 Mathematics and Statistics: Demonstrate understanding of chance and data (91037) Evidence Statement One Expected coverage Achievement (u) Merit (r) Excellence (t) (a)(i) 100 Accept values between about 80 and 180 (the number of medals won in the Olympic Games on either side). The (a)(ii) justification could support other values. Any sensible answer accepted. (ii) Examples: 1. I drew a line of best fit and 100 was on the line for Moscow, Any valid justification made. 2. I had the value dip for Moscow since the medal count dipped in 1928, Amsterdam, the Olympics prior to the 1932 LA Olympics. 3. I increased the value of the 1980 Moscow Olympics because from the previous 4 Olympics, the medal count for USA had been increasing. 4. I followed the pattern of the other countries for that year. (iii) Examples: 1. A large spike up in medals won for the USA at the 1904 St. Louis Olympics. 2. A large spike up in medals won for GBR at the 1908 Olympics. 3. A large spike down in medals for GBR at the 1904 St Louis Olympics. 4. A gap in medals won in the 1980 Moscow Olympics indicate that USA did not participate (boycotted). 1 valid unusual feature is identified 2 valid unusual feature are identified: For either TWO countries TWO different features 3 valid unusual feature are identified: For either TWO countries TWO different features 5. The upward spikes seem to occur when a country is a host nation.

3 NCEA Level 1 Mathematics and Statistics (91037) 2016 page 3 of 8 (b) 1. Even though USA won the most medals (104) in 2012, when looked at as medals per million of the population, this total became only 0.34, due to their large population, and thus became the least value. 2. GBR went from winning 65 medals to 1.05 medals per million of the population, which still ranked them in between the other two countries. 3. NZL went from 13 medals overall to 2.98 medals per population, which meant they were the most successful of these three countries when compared using this process. 1 simple comparative statement made about 1 of the countries. This could be: a comparison of two countries using one graph a comparison for one country using both graphs. Comparison explored in greater depth. The comparison would be supported with: (approximate) quantitative evidence - qualitative evidence. Clear statement which clearly compares the 3 countries with reasons. The comparison(s) would involve BOTH graphs and be supported with: (approximate) quantitative evidence - qualitative evidence. NØ N1 N2 A3 A4 M5 M6 E7 E8 No response; insufficient relevant evidence. 1 of u 2 of u 3 of u 4 of u 2 of r 3 of r 1 of t 2 of t

4 NCEA Level 1 Mathematics and Statistics (91037) 2016 page 4 of 8 Two Expected coverage Achievement (u) Merit (r) Excellence (t) (a)(i) Athletics had the most competitors, as most of its bars on the dot-plots are taller than those for Swimming, indicating a greater count at each particular age. Athletics mentioned with weak explanation. E.g. bigger bars or bigger graph Athletics mentioned with a very good explanation. E.g. most of the bars are taller there are more bars and they are taller (ii) Significant features of the GRAPHS stand out. These are expected to relate to: 1.Shape 2.Symmetry skew 3. Shift 4.Overlap 5.Centre 6.Spread e.g. 1. Shape similar because both dotplots are unimodal ONE valid comparison statement about ONE significant feature. TWO valid comparison statements about TWO significant features. THREE valid comparison statements about THREE significant features. 2. Symmetry both dotplots are reasonably symmetrical, but both have a few older competitors which skews the distributions slightly to the right 3. Shift the peak on the Athletics graph is located higher up the age scale than that for Swimmers. 4. Overlap the ages of the middle 50% of the competitors are much the same. 5. Centre The median age of swimmers is younger than the median age of Athletics competitors. 6. Spread The age range for Athletics is wider than that for Swimmers.

5 NCEA Level 1 Mathematics and Statistics (91037) 2016 page 5 of 8 (iii) I believe that there is likely to be a difference, and that the Athletes are taller than the Swimmers. It is too close to make a conclusive decision that there is a difference in heights of competitors from this sample. Reasoning: 1. The location of the medians / means the difference between is large enough to conclude that Athletic competitors are (on average) taller than Swimming competitors. 2. Overlap although the median for Swimming is the same as the LQ for Athletics, the median for Athletics is larger than the LQ for Swimming. 3. The overall visible spread = / 5 = 4, due to sample being 100. Difference between medians = 5.5. Since 5.5 > 4, we can conclude that it is likely that there is a difference. 4. Sampling variation may mean that the next time a sample is taken, the median may lie inside the IQR of the other sport. 5. The median of Swimming is the same as the LQ for Athletics, and there is not a significant difference between the median for Athletics and UQ for Swimming. Either first conclusion supported by 1. Second conclusion supported by 5. First conclusion supported by 2. Second conclusion supported by 4 By 3, using the 1/3 rule. First conclusion supported by 3 using the 1/5 rule. (b)(i) Athletes are more likely to weigh more than 100 kg. This is because more plots are above the 100 kg value for athletes than for swimmers (which only has about 4 above 100 kg). Correct statement with some justification involving numbers of data values above 100kg.

6 NCEA Level 1 Mathematics and Statistics (91037) 2016 page 6 of 8 (ii) Lines of best fit drawn. The linear model is appropriate for swimming, as their weights tend to increase as their height does in a linear fashion. The line is a good fit for the pattern of the data on the graph. The linear model is okay for Athletics, as weight does tend to increase as height does, but the fit of the line to the data gets worse as height increases it does not fit the pattern of the data on the graph well. Another model may be better. The linear model is okay for Athletics, as weight does tend to increase as height does. However, due to the increased variation as height increases with Athletics, a non-linear model may better represent the relationship between height and weight. Positive lines of best fit drawn for Swimming and Athletics. Accept appropriate curved lines. Comments on the appropriateness of the model drawn, for EITHER Swimming Athletics. Comments on the appropriateness of the model drawn, for both Swimming Athletics refers to the model becoming less appropriate as height increases, so maybe a nonlinear model may be more appropriate for Athletics. A curved line drawn on the graph is evidence of considering a non-linear model (iii) Swimming has the stronger relationship. This is because the dots are clustered together and closely follow the (linear) trend (or pattern of data on the graph). because there is very little scatter of the data away from the trend/pattern on the graph Athletics has a weaker relationship due to the dots being more scattered away from the general trend / pattern on the graph. The variation in weight increases as the athlete s height increases. Swimming stated as the one with the strongest relationship. One valid justification given for their statement. Two valid justifications given for the statements about the strength of both Swimming Athletics. the weakening nature of that relationship as height increases. NØ N1 N2 A3 A4 M5 M6 E7 E8 No response; insufficient relevant evidence. 1 of u 2of u 3 of u 4 of u 2 of r 3 of r 1 of t 2 of t

7 NCEA Level 1 Mathematics and Statistics (91037) 2016 page 7 of 8 Three Expected coverage Achievement (u) Merit (r) Excellence (t) (a)(i) = = Accept 0.11 and (ii) = = Accept 0.8. CAO acceptable (decimal answer must be at least 2 dp). CAO acceptable (decimal answer must be at least 1 dp). (iii) = = = CAO as a decimal answer (must be at least 2 dp). Either 0.24) or (0.23, (o.o1) or decimal stated. Decimal answers accepted with working. 746 Accept 3026 or equivalent fraction. (iv) = = = = Accept 0.21 Accept working with / without replacement being used. CAO At least one correct probability. At least one correct probability multiplied with another. Correct answer shown supported with working. Decimal must be at least 2 dp. (b)(i) 26% 489 = or 128 cyclists. CAO Finds Correctly rounds to a whole number. Includes an assumption that the numbers in Rio be similar to those from the 2012 Olympics. (ii) 1. The graph is about age so it is of no use for predicting. (Accommodation, Transport and heats / finals) as age has no effect on these things. 2. the numbers of competitors would be needed to make these any of these predictions. 3. Gender is also needed to predict accommodation needs. 4. Entries are needed to predict numbers of heats, etc. 1 valid comment. 2 valid comments. 3 valid comments. NØ N1 N2 A3 A4 M5 M6 E7 E8 No response; insufficient relevant evidence. 1 of u 2of u 3 of u 4 of u 2 of r 3 of r 1 of t 2 of t

8 NCEA Level 1 Mathematics and Statistics (91037) 2016 page 8 of 8 Cut Scores Not Achieved Achievement Achievement with Merit Achievement with Excellence

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