# STD-MA-T2C-Project-

STD-MA-T2C-Project-(v1.0 Feb 21)-Marking Sheet Page 1 of 2

MATHEMATICS ASSESSMENT ACTIVITY C – PROJECT

FAMILY NAME: GIVEN NAME:

STUDENT CODE: CLASS NAME:

ASSESSOR’S NAME: DATE:

PC

Relevant part of the

activity relating to the criteria.

Above Satisfactory Satisfactory Not Yet Satisfactory

2.6 5.1

Introduction

The student has clearly and correctly stated the aim of the investigation.

The student has stated an aim which is inconsistent with the parameters of the investigation.

The student has not stated the aim of the investigation.

2 marks 1 mark 0 marks

The student clearly identified the parameters of their investigation.

AND

The student has made a well explained prediction of the outcome.

The student clearly identified the parameters of their investigation.

OR

The student has made a well explained prediction of the outcome.

The student attempted to outline the parameters of their investigation.

OR

The student has made a poorly explained prediction of the outcome.

2 marks 1 mark 0 marks

2.6 Single

Probabilities

The student has clearly and correctly enumerated all required single roll possibilities.

The student has provided evidence of an attempt to enumerate all required single roll possibilities.

The student has not demonstrated they an attempted to enumerate all required single roll possibilities.

2 marks 1 mark 0 marks

The student has correctly calculated the required single probabilities for both roll combinations.

The student has correctly calculated some single probabilities for both roll combinations.

The student has failed to calculate any single probabilities correctly.

2 marks 1 mark 0 marks

The student has clearly explained how the probabilities were obtained and how they relate to their initial prediction.

The student has explained how the probabilities were obtained.

OR

How they relate to their initial prediction.

The student has not explained how the probabilities were obtained or how they relate to their initial prediction.

2 marks 1 mark 0 marks

5.2 Probability

Distributions

The student has sourced and included a Probability Distribution for both roll combinations.

The student has sourced and included a Probability Distribution for one roll combination.

The student has not sourced and included a Probability Distribution for either roll combination.

2 marks 1 mark 0 marks

The student has clearly and correctly explained how the Probability Distributions relate to their initial prediction.

The student has provided some relevant explanation as to how the Probability Distributions relate to their initial prediction.

The student has not explained how the Probability Distributions relate to their initial prediction.

2 marks 1 mark 0 marks

5.2

5.6

5.7

Obtaining Experimental

Data

The student has obtained the required experimental data for both roll combinations.

The student has obtained some experimental data for at least one roll combination.

There is no evidence the student has gathered enough experimental data for either roll combination.

2 marks 1 mark 0 marks

The student has provided clear and relevant explanation as to how the experimental data was obtained AND summarised.

The student has provided some relevant explanation as to how the experimental data was obtained OR summarised.

The student has not provided clear explanation as to how the experimental data was obtained and summarised.

2 marks 1 mark 0 marks

The student has included a correct histogram for both roll combinations in their report.

The student has included a histogram for at least one roll combination in their report.

The student has not included any histograms in their report.

2 marks 1 mark 0 marks

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Assessor’s Comments (Strengths/Areas of Improvement)

PC

Relevant part of the

activity relating to the criteria.

Above Satisfactory Satisfactory Not Yet Satisfactory

1.12 1.13 5.4 5.5

Calculated Statistics

The student has included all the required statistics in their report.

The student has included some of the required statistics in their report.

The student has included none of the required statistics in their report.

2 marks 1 mark 0 marks

The student has clearly and correctly explained how the Calculated Statistics relate to their initial prediction.

The student has provided some relevant explanation as to how the Calculated Statistics relate to their initial prediction.

The student has not explained how the Calculated Statistics relate to their initial prediction.

2 marks 1 mark 0 marks

1.12 1.13 5.4 5.5

Statistical Analysis

Spreadsheet

The student has used relevant and accurate spreadsheet calculations to obtain all the required statistics in their spreadsheet.

AND

The spreadsheet is clear and organised.

The student has used relevant spreadsheet calculations to obtain some of the required statistics in their spreadsheet.

OR

The spreadsheet is unclear and disorganised.

The student has not used appropriate spreadsheet calculations to obtain all of the required statistics in their spreadsheet.

OR

The spreadsheet is unclear and disorganised.

2 marks 1 mark 0 marks

2.6 5.6 5.7

Conclusion

The student has clearly and correctly used the evidence gathered in the investigation to correctly support or disprove their initial prediction.

The student has inconsistently used the evidence gathered in the investigation to support or disprove their initial prediction.

The student has not attempted to support or disprove their initial prediction.

2 marks 1 mark 0 marks

The student has clearly and correctly answered the aim of their investigation.

The student has not correctly answered the aim of their investigation.

The student has not answered the aim of their investigation.

2 marks 1 mark 0 marks

The student has used the evidence gathered in the investigation to draw relevant conclusions which have led to correct outcome.

The student has used the evidence gathered in the investigation to draw some conclusions which have led to an outcome.

The student has not identified any relevant conclusions.

2 marks 1 mark 0 marks

Total Marks / 32 marks