### Darren's measures of central tendency

4:33 PM

• Put raw data into an ascending order.

• ADD all the data's up and divide by how much data there is.

• If you have an outlier it changes the mean alot , and screws it up .

• Put raw data into an ascending order.

• Then find the middle numbers add them then divide by 2.

• If you have an outlier it is easier to find the median.

• Put raw data into an ascending order.

• Most common data.
• you can have more than 1 mode.
• Put raw data into acsending numerical order.
• largest data minus the smallest data.

Here Is a video explaining mean, median, and mode

#### 2 Responses to "Darren's measures of central tendency"

October 12, 2008 at 10:51 AM
Good job Darren. The only little thing you should add in mode is *There can be no mode*. But the video is good so every thing else is fine.
October 12, 2008 at 6:08 PM
good job darren! but in the mean area, you dont have to put 's after data, "there is" is suppose to be there are, and "screws it up" might not be an appropriate way to explain the outlier. also, some people might not understnad the link you attached to the mean. :)