Vikram's Measure of Central Tendency

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Mean -

  • Add the set of data
  • Divide by how many numbers are in the set of data



Median - The numbers arranged in ascending order and cut off from each side till only one number from the set of data remains.
If there are 2 median you just add them up and divide them by 2.



Mode - The most Common number
  • There can be more then 1 mode
  • There can be no mode





Range
- The greatest number subtracted from the lowest number




Vikram 9-05

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3 Responses to "Vikram's Measure of Central Tendency"

melanie873 said :
October 12, 2008 at 5:58 PM
good job vikram! but your mean definition doesnt make sense, ur mean median mode links are the same, and in your median part, form is suppose to be from, and you didnt explain what you're suppose to do if theres two middle numbers. :) but otherwise good job!
Vikram 8-73 said :
October 14, 2008 at 9:36 PM
k it should be fixed :P
Leo-73 said :
October 23, 2008 at 10:18 PM
Good job Vikram, I think your supposed to put steps how to get your M,M,M. But good job anyways.

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