Two Way Table Example  Resource (Free Download)

Suitable for Year groups: 5, 6, 7, 8

Two Way Table Example  resource description

A two way table is displayed in this example followed by five facts that can be read from the table. Use this example to discuss two way tables with your students.

Two-Way Table Example

This resource provides a worked example using a two-way table to organise and analyse categorical data.


Why are two-way tables important?

Two-way tables help us:

  • Organise data: Show relationships between two sets of categories.
  • Summarise information: Clearly present counts or frequencies.
  • Analyse relationships: Spot patterns and associations in data.


How can this resource help?

This resource offers a step-by-step solution:

  • Clear problem: Presents a scenario with two sets of categories.
  • Table construction: This shows how to set up the two-way table.
  • Finding totals: Demonstrates calculating row and column totals.
  • Interpreting results: Guides in analysing the data in the table.
  • Free PDF download: Offers an accessible reference tool.


Benefits for learners:

  • Improves understanding of using two-way tables.
  • Provides a model for solving similar problems.
  • Supports problem-solving and data analysis skills.

This resource is perfect for teachers introducing or reviewing two-way tables. It's also valuable for students needing extra practice or for parents helping with maths homework.



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