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1

what were the dates of the large data set?

may to october
2015 and 1987

2

how many uk locations are there in the large data set?

5

3

how many overseas locations are there in the large data set?

3

4

what are all the uk locations?

leuchars
leeming
heathrow
hurn
camborne

5

what are all the overseas locations?

beijing
jacksonville
perth

6

what is a test statistic?

what X represents-the thing being measured.

7

what does tr/trace mean?

less than 0.05 mm of rain

8

what is daily total sunshine measured to?

nearest 1/10th of an hour.

9

the Beaufort wind scale can only go up to...

12

10

what is the maximum humidity value?

100-it's a percentage.

11

what is the maximum mean cloud cover?

8-it's measured in eighths or oktas.

12

what are the typical values for gust in the uk?

10-50

13

normal pressure?

1000-1030 hPa

14

normal sunshine?

0-16hours

15

normal wind speed?

max is "fresh", or 5.

16

normal rainfall?

up to 60mm in uk
perth can have 100mm.

17

what is a population?

a complete collection of relevant individual people or items

18

in a probability tree use what on the branches

decimals not percentages honestly

19

in the conclusion...

context
state the significance level

20

IF U HAVENT PRACTISED VECTORS GO DO IT

NOW

21

What is a population?

A complete collection of relevant individual people or items that are of interest.

22

What do you put on the branches of tree diagrams ?

DECIMALS NOT PERCENTAGES

23

There is not enough evidence...

AT the significance level

24

Bearings are measured...

CLOCKISE from NORTH

25

Instead of saying a graph shifts, say it...

Is translated by a vector.

26

What is the test statistic ?

What you measure- what X stands for .

27

what are some limitations of samples?

too small
different samples can lead to different conclusions due to natural variation.

28

what are the effects of something being modelled as a particle?

allows the thing to be treated as a single mass and allows the effects pf rotational forces to be ignored.

29

what is a census?

measurements of every member of a population.

30

ALWAYS PUT IT INTO REAL LIFE

always