Study Guide:    Using proportions in simple calculations

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Essential Mathematics and Statistics for Science, 2nd Edition
   Graham Currell and Antony Dowman, Wiley-Blackwell, 2009

This study unit aims to develop the skills for handling simple calculations in science involving proportions, ratios, fractions and percentages. This is achieved by a series of video tips and associated QVA tutorials - questions with video worked answers.

This new Study Guide is in the process of development - any comments, corrections or suggestions welcome - graham.currell@uwe.ac.uk

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Simple proportions 
QVA tutorial
Video tip

Inverse and power proportions
QVA tutorial
Video tip

Proportions and ratios
QVA tutorial
Video tip

Proportionality and calibration
QVA tutorial
Video tip - Constants of proportionality
Video tip - Interpolation in calibration

Fractions and percentages
QVA tutorial
Video tip- Fractions
Video tip - Percentages

Hypothesis testing for proportions
Using Minitab for One and Two Proportions