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I just finished my Maths coursework on statistics last week, so I can help you. Firstly,you make a hypothesis, which you already have. To be honest, I would have expanded a bit e.g. people are better at guessing lengths as they get older, but girls will be consistently better than boys etc though that depends on the sort of data you have and what your teacher wants from you.

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This course provides an elementary introduction to probability and statistics with applications. Topics include: basic combinatorics, random variables, probability distributions, Bayesian inference, hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, and linear regression. The Spring 2014 version of this subject employed the residential MITx system, which enables on-campus subjects to provide MIT.

Maths and Statistics Personal Statement Mathematics and statistical data are fundamental to understanding the world. Being able to see how things as simple as numbers can be arranged into mathematical models that can describe everything from the stock market to the flight of a ball both excites and fascinates me.

GCSE Statistics (4310) This specification aims to attract students to study Statistics by offering an interesting and stimulating programme of study. It provides students with the opportunity to progress to A-level Maths, as well as supporting techniques used in a wide variety of other subjects such as A-level Psychology, Sociology, Business Studies, Economics, Sciences and Geography.

On the BSc Mathematics with Statistics course, you will specialise in Statistics in your third year, when you choose at least five modules from a variety of topics such as applied probability, stochastic simulation, and games, risks and decisions. You can choose your remaining optional modules from our extensive selection of topics in other areas of mathematics, many of which are linked to.

My propensity for Mathematics is derived from its systematic, yet far from simplistic nature. Problems can, in fact must, be solved through the use of logic and intellect; solutions can never be realised through the customary memorisation of facts and definitions associated with other disciplines, yet there is a distinct and logical order to all things Mathematical, which, to me, epitomises my.