Justin P's Measure of Central Tendancy

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Mean
  • Put raw data into ascending numerical order.
  • Making a set of different numbers the same.
Median
  • Put raw data into ascending numerical order.
  • Is middle number in a set arrange from least to greatest.
  • If two numbers add up and divide by 3.
  • If there is an outlier the median is the best way to find the average.Mode
  • Put raw data into ascending numerical order.
  • The most common data.
  • You can have more than 1 mode.
  • You can have no mode.Range
  • Put raw data into ascending numerical order.
  • Largest data minus the smallest data.

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2 Responses to "Justin P's Measure of Central Tendancy"

melanie873 said :
October 8, 2008 at 9:27 PM
hello justin! good job! but in the mean section, in the bullets, it says divide by three, but its suppose to be divide by 2. and your mean, median, and mode links are all the same. mr.h told us that they're suppose to be different. :) but still, good job! :)
melanie873 said :
October 9, 2008 at 6:08 PM
heyy justin, you spelled "tendency" wrong. hurry and fix it :P

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