# Tuesday 19/10/21 – Maths

Learning Goal: I can collect, represent, and interpret data.

First, watch the video below

Next,

• Create a table, to keep a tally of 5 different types of exercises
• Set a timer for 30 seconds. Start doing star jumps, counting how many you do in the 30 seconds. Write down a tally of how many you did into your table.
• Set a timer for 30 seconds. Start hopping on one leg, counting how many you do in the 30 seconds. Write down a tally of how many you did into your table.
• Set a timer for 30 seconds. Start doing squats, counting how many you do in the 30 seconds. Write down a tally of how many you did into your table into your table.
• Set a timer for 30 seconds. Start doing rocket jumps up and down, counting how many you do in the 30 seconds. Write down a tally of how many you did into your table.
• Set a timer for 30 seconds. Start doing push-ups, counting how many you do in the 30 seconds. Write down a tally of how many you did into your table.

EXAMPLE

table-converted

Then, draw a graph to represent your data.                                                       Include all of the features you need for other people to read your graph:

• X and Y axis
• Title
• Label

Example

Finally, write down what your graph shows you.  What did you notice ?

Don’t forget to check you have labelled your graph.

Challenge:  Could you draw a different type of graph to represent your results.

Work sample to upload to OneNote:  your tally, graph, and what you noticed.

1. 🤑🤑🤑 says:

So fun