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Mean, Median, & Mode

An easy to understand explanation of how to find Mean, Median, and Mode
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Nisa Hasan

on 17 February 2011

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Mean, Median,
&
Mode Median Mean Mode Mean is really just an average- like the one on your report card! To find the mean, we'll zoom in just a bit more Instructions:
First, add up all of the data EX:12+14+17+18
Then, identify the number of data EX:4
Finally, divide the answer to 1st Step by 2nd Step EX:32/4
Your quotient is your mean! This time, we'll have visual instructions! Numbers 27 36 79 16 45 85 39 These numbers are all over the place!
Let's put them in a line! 27 45 79 16 85 36 39 Numbers Hey, now they're in a straight line!
Much easier to understand, right?
But something's still missing... 36 39 27 45 79 85 16 Numbers That's it! We have to put it in order from least to greatest! WHAT TO DO NEXT Now that you can find the mean and median, lets move on to Mode This is really easy!
Just order from least to greatest! 16 27 36 36 39 45 79 79 79 85 There are 2 36s 3 79s, and 1 of everything else. Since 79 appears most frequently, it's the MODE! CONGRATULATIONS! You now know how to find the
MEAN, MEDIAN, and MODE! That makes you smarter than the
average penguin! Yay! Why would I need this? Well, say you were having a birthday party in February. People are available on the 10th, 10th, 10th, 10th, 17th, 18th, 18th, 18th, and 25th. Since the mode is 10, your birthday party will be on the 10th!
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