# Further Statistics

 This set of notes covers lots of the further maths Stats topics. Graphic demonstration of the Central Limit Theorem. Use sliders to change shapes of graphs. Two tabs - one to demonstrate non-normal distributions, one to demonstrate standard deviation of estimations of normal distributions. Visual diagram highlighting key maths contributory ideas to the Poisson Distribution. Summary document highlighting key features, criteria, examples, notation and equations of the binomial, normal, poisson and geometric distributions. PDF here. Dynamic graphs of the binomial, normal and poisson distributions. Use sliders to change values and shapes. Notes on features to consider when deciding which distribution to use for hypothesis testing. Pdf version. Tree Diagram. A set of questions designed to assess students understanding of the chi-squared hypothesis test. These questions all involve 'single' sets of data, in preparation for contingency tables later on. Imagine rolling the die 40 times, what may the results be? Then carry out a chi-squared test to assess your randomness. How many ways to choose 0, 1, 2 or 3 from 3 cards. Or 0-4 from 4 cards, or even 5! (An introduction to Pascals). Crib sheet for Stats 1 - Permutations and Combinations (PDF here)