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Oxford Big Ideas Humanities 7 Victorian Curriculum Teacher obook assess ISBN 9780190307363
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Student book questions
16.3 Analyse and interpret sources
Check your learning 16.3
Remember and understand
1 Why is there not always a right answer to economic questions?
2 What does it mean to ‘interpret’ data?
3 Why is it important to identify trends, patterns or relationships in the information you collect?
Apply and analyse
4 Look at the following dataset, in the table below, on visitors to a park during different seasons. What
relationship could you interpret from this data?
Average number of visitors per season