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11-12.ACMEM110 estimate and compare quantities, materials and costs using actual measurements from scale drawings; for example, using measurements for packaging, clothes, painting, bricklaying and landscaping.
11-12. Creating scale drawings:
11-12.ACMEM111 understand and apply drawing conventions of scale drawings, such as scales in ratio, clear indications of dimensions, and clear labelling
11-12.ACMEM132 identify the target population to be surveyed
11-12.ACMEM133 investigate questionnaire design principles; for example, simple language, unambiguous questions, consideration of number of choices, issues of privacy and ethics, and freedom from bias.
11-12.ACMEM136 investigate the possible misrepresentation of the results of a survey due to misunderstanding the procedure, or misunderstanding the reliability of generalising the survey findings to the entire population