An investigation-style task for the NSW Mathematics Advanced Year 11 topic Discrete probability distributions (S1.2).
Student's investigate discrete probability distributions of the leading digits of datasets and compare to Benford's Law.
Includes: assignment booklet (to be edited before use) with submission, timing and task details. A detailed marking guideline is included.
For Part 4, the zip file includes 50 unique datasets (Set A and B) in each.
The Excel example file is not part of the assignment, but gives an example of using Excel to analyse the first 1000 terms in the Fibonacci sequence.
Updated 13 October 2020, some external resources:
4 November 2019 Edit: 13 October 2020
Shared by Simon Job Sydney, Australia
Attribution: Developed from an Investigation Task in "Mastering HSC Mathematics Year 11 Mathematics Advanced" by Anne Joshua and Jonathan Le.